VALENTINE’S Day is just around the corner, and Asda shoppers are getting ready to celebrate in style.
Asda has now released its upcoming Valentine’s Day meal – complete with a bottle of wine and a steak.
The supermarket giant is offering lovebirds a three-course meal for two for £15.
It’s made up of a starter, main meal, two sides, a dessert and either a bottle of wine or a box of chocolates.
Asda is also offering lovebirds signed up to its rewards app Sky Movies voucher worth £5.49 as part of the deal.
Customers can sign up for the free Asda Rewards loyalty scheme, which allows you to earn points and cash rewards known as Asda Pounds to spend at the retailer.
Asda’s romantic meal will be available in store and online from February 9 to 14.
Starters include a truffle mac ‘n’ cheese, chicken liver parfait or vegan mushroom arancini hearts.
For the main, shoppers can chose from five options, such as an Aberdeen Angus beef burger, cold fillet or a plant-based wellington.
Couples can finish off their meal with an Italian espresso tiramisu cups washed down with a class of Malbec or Sauvignon Blanc.
We compared how much the meal would cost you now, to see if you will make a saving with the deal.
All starters are priced at £3, all mains are £7, sides are priced at £2.50, desserts are £3 and wine and chocolates are £7.
This means, the meal would cost you a total of £25 outside of the deal, excluding the Sky Movies voucher – a saving of £10.
Here’s a full list of starters on offer and their price outside of the deal:
- Extra Special truffle mac n cheese with pulled beef, £3.00
- Extra Special tempura prawns, £3.00
- Pate bon bons – chicken liver parfait with raspberry, £3.00
- Porcini and truffle hearts, £3.00
Here’s all the mains on offer and their price outside of the deal:
- Duck breast portions with a morello cherry and balsamic, £7.00
- Extra special chicken nduja parcel, £7.00
- Extra Special 30 day aged sirloin steak, £7.00
- Extra Special slow cooked British beef cheek wellington, £7.00
- Extra Special Aberdeen Angus beef burgers with extra Special Bacon, cheddar heart melts, £7.00
- Extra Special cod Fillets with samphire and lemon herb butter, £7.00
- Extra Special wild and roast garlic stuffed crumbed pork cutlets with a Sicilian lemon garlic and herb crumb, £7.00
- Vegan wellington, £7.00
Here’s a full list of all the sides on offer and their price outside of the deal:
- Extra Special classic Mash, £2.50
- Extra Special triple cooked chips, £2.50
- Extra Special potato wedges, £2.50
- Extra Special roasting rainbow carrots, £2.50
- Extra Special mac cheese, £2.50
- Extra Special cauliflower cheese, £2.50
- Extra Special potato dauphinoise, £2.50
- Extra Special green vegetable medley, £2.50
- Extra Special red cabbage, £2.50
Here’s all the desserts on offer and their base price outside of the deal:
- Extra Special Valentines cheesecake slice, £3.00
- Twin pack Extra Special smoked billionaires sponge pudding, £3.00
- Extra Special barista tiramisu , £3.00
- Extra Special cherry panna cotta, £3.00
- Vegan hearts, £3.00
Here’s a full list of all drinks on offer and their price outside of the deal:
- Extra Special Malbec Merlot, £7.00
- Extra Special French Rose, £7.00
- Extra Special Sauvignon Blanc, £7.00
- Extra Special Sparkling Pinot Grigio, £7.00
- Fillipo Sansovino prosecco, £7.00
- Fillipo Sansovino prosecco – Rose, £7.00
- Extra Special chocolates, £7.00
- Belvoir Twin pack, £7.00
How do I claim my Sky Movie rental?
Sky Movie rentals can be made online or via the Sky Store app – but not for purchases through a Sky HD box or Sky Q.
If you own an LG Smart TV, NOW TV box or Chromecast device, you can also stream your rented movie to your TV.
Asda isn’t the only supermarket to have launched it’s Valentine’s Day offerings.
Co-op’s £12 Valentine’s Day meal deal includes steak and strawberry cheesecake – but you’ll pay extra for booze
While Sainsbury’s has launched a £15 Valentine’s Day deal including wine and pork belly.
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Source: The Sun