Sainsbury's is selling 15 cans of Heineken for just £10 – that's 30% off
PUB gardens might be out of the question, thanks to the downpours of rain, but you can still pick up a mega deal on beer at Sainbury's this week.
The supermarket is selling 15 cans of Heineken for just £10 – a 29 per cent saving on the usual £14 price.
The 440ml cans are available online but customers are limited to ordering 10 crates each.
WThe deal is also available in stores, but the offer ends Wednesday, so you need to be quick.
The same packs are on offer for £12 at Asda reduced from £15, although again, it's unclear if this offer is online-only.
They also cost more at Tesco and Morrisons where they're £14.
If Heineken isn't your thing, there are lots of other delicious tipples in the Sainsbury's sale though.
For instance you can get ten cans of Old Mout Kiwi & Lime cider for just £10 – a 20 per cent saving from the usual £12.50 price.
That's the same price as at Asda, but 10 per cent cheaper than at Ocado and Tesco where they cost £11 and 12 per cent cheaper than at Morrisons or Waitrose, which charge £11.65.
Also on offer at Sainsbury's is 12 bottles of Desperados Tequila Lager for £10 – saving 17 per cent on the £12 price.
You can get the same price at Morrisons, but we couldn't find the beer any cheaper elsewhere.
Like with the Heineken, Sainsbury's customers are limited to buying ten packs each.
Morrisons customers can buy a maximum of 20 promotional items each.
All in all, there are 164 deals in the Sainsbury's drinks promotion, so there's something for everyone.
That includes discounted bottles of wine, beers and cider crates, spirits, mixers and soft drinks.
There are some restrictions on what you can order, but you can read all the rules online at Sainsbury's and you can browse the full sale here.
In other booze news, Aldi has a new tutti frutti gin liqueur – and it sounds delicious.
And Kopparberg now does rosé cider and you can buy it in Asda and Tesco.
Finally, here are 16 tips to slash your supermarket shopping bill by HUNDREDS of pounds a year.
Please be Drinkaware.
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