Iceland has cut the price of its whole leg of lamb by a third to just £10 from £15 for Easter.
What’s the deal exactly?
Iceland has slashed the price of its whole leg of lamb (1.8kg) to just £10 for Easter, saving shoppers a third on the usual price of £15.
Why should I care?
As people continue to have their wallets squeezed, this is a great way of saving money for Easter dinner.
At a bargain £10 you will be feed up to eight people for as little as £1.25 per head.
Iceland’s lamb can be cooked to perfection from frozen, helping to simplify things and save bags of time on preparation.
What are my other options?
You can pick up a 1kg leg of lamb for £11.50 at Tesco’s, while Sainsbury’s has a whole leg of lamb for £9 for 1kg and Waitrose has a 1.85kg leg of lamb for £16.
What’s the catch?
The offer starts on 8 April and will last until stocks run out, although Iceland could extend it depending on demand.
Where can I find out more?
You can find out more on the Iceland website.