SHOPPERS can pick up some plonk for pennies at Asda as it has brought back its wine deal giving customers 25 per cent off – as long as you buy six bottles.
We've worked out the best bottles to snap up that will cost you just £3 each.
The 25 per cent off is available from tomorrow until July 7 in stores only so you'll have to be pretty quick to take part.
The only catch is that you have to buy six or more bottles at a time to bag the 25 per cent discount – and buy wine worth £4 or more.
And you'll be spoilt for choice with over 500 bottles of red, white, sparkling and rosé included.
But you don't have to spend a lot.
The best value wines to buy in Asda's deal
HERE are the cheapest wines you can pick up until the offer ends on July 7:
- Ponte Guglie Garganega 75 cl – Was: £4. Now: £3 (£18 for six) – buy now
- Echo Falls Fruit Fusion Rose Wine with Pear & Raspberry 75cl – Was: £4. Now: £3 (£18 for six) – buy now
- Echo Falls Fruit Fusion Rose Wine 75cl – Was: £4. Now: £3 (£18 for six) – buy now
- Echo Falls Fruit Fusion White Wine with White Peach and Mango 75cl – Was: £4. Now: £3 (£18 for six) – buy now
- Echo Falls Fruit Fusion Red Wine Raspberry and Cassis 75cl – Was: £4. Now: £3 (£18 for six) – buy now
The Ponte Guglie wine contains the most alcohol at an alcohol by volume (ABV) of 11.5 per cent.
This compares to just 9 per cent for Echo Falls' rose and whites, while the red contains 10.5 per cent.
There are a handful of bottles that only cost £4 now, which work out at £18 for six with the 25 per cent discount, or £3 each. We've listed them in the box below.
You can mix and match 750ml bottles of wine from the huge range on offer, although the deal excludes minis and boxed wine.
There's no maximum on how many bottles you can buy.
There are around 640 Asda stores throughout the UK, and you can find your nearest one here.
April Shiels, wine buyer at Asda, said: "We understand summer can get expensive with the ever-growing list of soirées.
"So to ensure Brits don’t feel the need to hide bottles around the BBQ, our promotion aims to make it easier than ever to buy-up bottles everyone can enjoy, at an affordable price."
Five easy ways to cut your booze costs
Wine doesn't have to break the bank, here are some quick tips to slash the cost every time:
- Be aware of marketing tricks: A supermarket’s job is to make us spend, so don't fall for the tricks. Often great bargains are hidden on the bottom shelves so make sure your hunt high and low for a deal.
- Don't be a supermarket snob: Aldi and Lidl have decent, award-winning wine at really good prices. Try taste testing various supermarkets and make a note of the bargains you love so you can find them again.
- Be wary of duty free: You might think you’re getting a bargain in duty free but you may find the same wine cheaper elsewhere.
- Buy in bulk: Buying wine in cases will often give you the best value for your money. Look out for deals in supermarkets which give you 25 per cent off when buying six bottles.
- Download the wine app Vivino: You can take a photo of any wine label and it will compare prices for you.
Earlier this year, Tesco also had a 25 per cent discount on bottles of wine, but its prices started at a higher £3.50.
Sparkling wine sales in the UK have dropped for the first time in five years as the nation passed "peak prosecco".
Meanwhile, No Deal Brexit tariffs mean more expensive imported cars, steak and cheese – but could lead to cheaper wine.
As always, if you're enjoying a drink or two, please be Drinkaware.
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