Deeside based supermarket Iceland launches 1p vegetable sale for Christmas
Deeside-based supermarket chain Iceland has reintroduced its 1p sale on a selection of fresh and frozen vegetables to help shoppers save money on essential Christmas dinner items.
Beginning today (December 21), shoppers will have the opportunity to buy three packs of vegetables for just 1p each, which is normally priced at £1. The sale will be available exclusively online
Customers can put three packs of vegetables in their online basket when doing their weekly shop, entering the code THREEVEG at the checkout to receive the discount.
Shoppers that spend £40 or over online are eligible to receive free next day delivery for their order.
All fresh vegetables included in Iceland’s offer will have ‘Best Before’ dates that fall after Christmas Day to ensure they’re fresh and ready for the big day.
Richard Walker, Managing Director at Iceland, said: “Christmas is a special time for families across the UK and given the pressure that the cost-of-living crisis is having on households this year, we’re delighted to support our customers by cutting costs on their festive feasts.”
Full list of fresh and frozen vegetables included in Iceland’s offer:
Iceland 300g Closed Cup Mushrooms
Iceland 800g Garden Peas
Iceland 600g Carrots
Iceland 600g Baby Salad Potato
Iceland 900g Button Sprouts
Iceland 700g Onions
Iceland 400g Broccoli
Iceland 800g Cauliflower Floret
Iceland 725g Mixed Vegetables
Iceland 400g Mash Potato
Iceland 3pk White Onions
Iceland 3pk Red Onions
Iceland 780g Very Fine Whole Green Beans
Iceland 900g Stew Pack
Iceland 600g Petit Pois Peas
Iceland Savoy Green Cabbage
Iceland 125g Button Mushrooms
Iceland 500g Mini Corn Cobs
Iceland 600g Super sweet Sweetcorn
Iceland 900g Sliced Green Beans
Iceland 160g Green Beans
Iceland 250g Chestnut Mushroom
Iceland 160g Kale
Iceland 800g Casserole Vegetables
Iceland 250g Large Flat Mushrooms
Iceland 650g Sliced Mixed Pepper
Iceland 500g Diced Onions
Iceland 550g Fresh Parsnips
For more information, please visit www.iceland.co.uk.
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