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  • Edizione 789 Di Mondelli Prosecco is £6.25 in store (find your nearest) and online at Sainsbury's

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  • If you shop online at Sainsbury's and enter the code DENTALIFE24 at the checkout, you can get a free pack of Dentalife dog dental chew sticks (normally £1.65).

    There are 5,000 codes available for shops delivered BEFORE Tuesday 12 March but the offer will expire sooner if all the codes are used. Sainsbury's 'freebie' codes like this one are only valid once per account, though multiple different codes can be used on the same delivery. 

    Note: In order to use this code, you'll need to have met the minimum order of £25 for delivery (which costs £7 for orders under £40, £1-£5.50 for orders £40+).

  • If you go online to Sainsbury's or visit a store that stocks the Tu clothing range (find your nearest), you can get school uniform items (ages 2-16) from £3.50. Delivery's £3.95 and click and collect is free on orders over £15. 

    What can you get?

    Prices change depending on size. Some sizes are currently out of stock online, so it's worth looking in store if you can't find the size you want online.

  • If you're visiting a Sainsbury's Café (find your nearest), you can get a kids' meal for £1 (normally £3.25) when purchasing an adult main meal for £5.20 or more. The offer is valid from 11.30am until café closing time. 

    There's no voucher needed, this will be automatically applied to your bill. Both the adult main and kids' meal must be purchased in the same transaction, and café meals can be purchased to eat in or takeaway.

    All kids' meals come with a drink and a piece of fruit. Little ones will be able to choose between a hot meal which comes with three sides (dishes include chicken nuggets, sausage and fish fingers) or a children's lunch bag (a choice of sandwich, crisps and a jelly pot). 

    See our Restaurant deals and vouchers page for other dining out deals.

  • If you head into selected Sainsbury's stores (find your nearest), you can pick up a 'Taste Me, Don’t Waste Me’ box of surplus fruit and veg for £2, while stock lasts. The boxes contain fresh fruit and vegetables that would have otherwise gone to waste.

    Sainsbury's says the boxes are a permanent feature, though they will be subject to availability. Look out for them in larger stores, rather than Locals (you can't get them online). 

    If boxes are available, they'll be in the fresh produce aisle. What you'll actually get is completely random, though Sainsbury's did say typical contents could include: apples, bananas, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, courgettes, oranges, peppers, plums, red cabbage, and swede. 

    To give you a rough idea of how much of a saving you could make, we've made some calculations based on the products mentioned above:

    • One pack Imperfectly Tasty Gala apples (six in pack) – normally 90p (15p each)
    • One pack Fairtrade bananas (five in a pack) – normally 71p (14p each)
    • One loose broccoli – normally £1.92
    • One loose cauliflower – normally 95p
    • One pack courgettes (500g) – normally £1.29
    • Loose orange – normally 30p
    • Loose red pepper – normally 50p
    • One punnet of plums (400g) – normally 95p
    • Loose red cabbage – normally 65p
    • Loose swede – normally 65p

    Based on the price of each individual item in the box, we've calculated that it would cost about £9 to buy it all separately – so we reckon buying a box for £2 is a good deal.

    Don't live near a Sainsbury's? Try Lidl's similar fruit and veg box.

    MSE Georgia-May says:

    I managed to get my hands on a Sainsbury's veg box back in February and it had:

    • One pack of spinach (260g) – normally £1.50
    • Five loose easy peelers  – normally 30p each
    • Two loose peppers – normally 50p each
    • Two loose bananas (five in a pack) – normally 79p (16p each)
    • One loose avocado – normally 75p each
    • One loose broccoli – normally £1.92
    • Three loose plums – normally 30p each
    • Nine loose potatoes – normally £1.25 for one pack pack (2.5kg)


    Based on what these items would usually roughly cost to buy individually, the total value came to £9.92. The side of the box advised it should be displayed until Sunday 26 February (I bought it on Monday 20 February), so with a shelf life of six days I think this is great value.

  • Pol Guyot Selection Champagne Brut is currently £19 in store and online at Sainsbury's*

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  • There are always ways to save money at Sainsbury's* so even if there isn't a cracking deal out there that works for you, don't assume you can't cut your costs further.

    Ways to save include:

    • Supermarket coupons. Make sure you check out our supermarket coupons page to save on your shopping.

    • Take the Downshift Challenge. The phrasing and language used hypnotises us into thinking the most costly is best. While the packaging looks more opulent, look beneath it and sometimes you won't be able to tell the difference (often it's even made in the same factory). Take our Downshift Challenge.

    • Track if it's really a bargain. Most of us know just because a supermarket lists an item as "on offer", that doesn't mean it's cheap. The trouble has been sorting awesome offers from poor promos. 

    • Time trips right to bag huge yellow sticker discounts. If you spot a yellow sticker discount - fantastic. Grab it and use it quickly as it's a saving on perfectly good nosh. See when Sainsbury's normally reduces its produce in our Cheap Supermarket Shopping guide.

    • Check out similar retailers, eg, Asda, Tesco and the other major supermarkets. If you're not committed to buying from Sainsbury's, check out our deals from AsdaAldiTesco, MorrisonsLidl and Waitrose, where they may have a better offer.

    • Try haggling. We polled 1,400 MoneySavers to find out in which shops hagglers have most success. Supermarkets did feature, so it's worth a go. Find out more in our Haggle on the High Street guide.

    • Had a problem with Sainsbury's? There’s a free online tool you can use to complain – it helps draft, manage and if necessary escalate your complaint. It’s offered by a firm called Resolver, which we like so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to Sainsbury's*.
       

    If you spot any hot deals out there we have missed (we are human after all!), please let us know in the MSE forum, email us at msedeals@moneysavingexpert.com or via Twitter @MSE_Deals.

Latest Expired Deals

  • A dozen red roses from £4

    A dozen red roses from £4

    Our round-up of prices at major supermarkets

    Expired

    Over-commercialised spending is one of our bugbears – you should never feel the pressure to buy stuff just because the calendar tells you it's Valentine's Day. But if you are planning to mark it with red roses, make sure you're not paying over the odds. Bunches of 12 start from £4 at supermarkets, but in the past stores have engaged in the 'war of the roses' and cut prices even further on the day itself.

    Below are the prices supermarkets have confirmed to us for a dozen red roses:

    SUPERMARKET PRICE FOR 12 RED ROSES
    Aldi
    (find your nearest)
    £4.49
    Lidl
    (find your nearest)
    £4.99
    Morrisons
    (find your nearest*)
    £5
    £4 for More card holders
    Tesco
    (find your nearest*)
    £5
    Sainsbury's
    (find your nearest)
    £5
    Asda
    (find your nearest*)
    £5
    Co-op
    (find your nearest)
    £10
    £9 for Co-op members
    M&S
    (find your nearest)
    £25
    Waitrose
    (find your nearest)
    £15


    Expect short-stemmed standard roses unless we've specified otherwise – we've not included any premium ranges. The cost of roses can shoot up if they are long-stemmed, or ethically/locally sourced. If you want more bang for your buck, consider alternatives such as tulips.

    How to jazz up a £4/£5 bunch

    With a bit of creative flair, you can make a £4/£5 bunch of supermarket roses look a lot more expensive for next to nothing. Wrap them in some attractive paper (no need to spend more than £1), attach a self-penned poem (get some inspiration from Google or ChatGPT) and you're sure to be in your loved one's good books.

  • Sainsbury's £15 Valentine's dine-in meal deal

    Sainsbury's £15 Valentine's dine-in meal deal

    Includes a starter, main, side, dessert and drink

    Expired

    From Wednesday 7 February, if you go online to Sainsbury's or into a store (find your nearest), you can pick up its £15 Valentine's dine-in for two meal deal until 11.59pm or store closing time on Wednesday 14 February. The deal includes a starter, a main, a side, a dessert and a drink.

    A few highlights we spotted on the menu include:

    Starters 🥗

    • Vegan vegetable bao buns
    • Scallop gratin
    • Leek and cheddar tart 

    Mains 🥘

    • Sirloin steak served with butter
    • Scottish salmon en croute
    • Plant-based Wellington

    Sides 🥦

    • Dauphinoise potatoes
    • Vegan triple cooked chips
    • Green vegetable medley

    Desserts 🍨

    • Vegan raspberry and chocolate torte
    • Lemon tarts 
    • Chocolate melt in the middle pudding

    Drinks 🍷

    • Pinot Grigio 
    • Shloer Celebration Pink Fizz 
    • Stella Artois Unfiltered bottles (4x330ml) 

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    Visit our Supermarket coupons page for ways to save on the weekly shop.