The new Icelandic food menu is only £ 5 and you get a lot for your money. Prepare and store your freezer while it’s on sale.
Iceland has great food options that are only £ 5 – and you get a lot for your money.
With a choice of main courses, side dishes and a dessert, you can combine dishes to suit a vegetarian diet.
You can pick up the bundle listing online and buy it in the store for a cheap fakeaway treat.
Prepare Your Freezer!
Food offer for Iceland
Everyone loves a supermarket food menu as it can save you money and is usually a good family favorite.
If you’re looking to replenish your freezer, or if you’re looking for a simple, inexpensive meal for the family, check out these dining options.
It will also help you stop getting cheeky takeaways.
For just £ 5, you can get a take-away package that includes a pizza, chicken, fries and dessert.
Save more than 50% with this offer and it’s perfect for one night.
What can you choose?
You can mix and match the margherita or pepperoni pizzas from Goodgella.
Then add a chicken to the bundle.
You can choose either Birds Eye 12 Chicken Dippers or Birds Eye Green Cuisine 10 Veggie Fingers.
On step three of the deal, you’ll get McCain Waffle Fries or McCain Firecracker Wedges.
For pudding, there are some classic family favorites with a 6-pack of cornettos – choose either the classic cone or the strawberry.
For single prices you pay € 10.50 for this offer, so you save € 5.50
> Take a look at the Iceland £ 5 take away package.
Don’t forget to take a look at the Iceland discount codes to make your online shop even cheaper :)
And remember, if you spend £ 40 or more in Iceland, there is free shipping to you.
For more frozen food offers?
Take a look at the new £ 5 menu from B&M and the new £ 5 co-op frozen meal offer is available now. Get a free movie too with the £ 5 Asda Pizza deal!
Shop elsewhere? Check out all other current supermarket deals.
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