BAILEY’S is a firm favourite for many at Christmas – and one supermarket is selling a 1 litre bottle for £9.99 this week.
Morrison’s is selling the boozy beverage to customers online and in-store until December 4.
However, they’ll have to be signed up to the supermarket’s My Morrison’s loyalty scheme if they want it for £9.99.
If they’re not, they’ll have to pay £12.99.
Plus, customers are limited to three bottles each and the offer’s only available in England.
The high street retailer is also selling a 1 litre bottle of Bombay Sapphire gin to My Morrison’s card owners for £18.99 and £20.99 for customers who aren’t signed up to the loyalty scheme.
Of course, it’s always worth shopping around for the best deals as you might find something cheaper elsewhere.
Websites like trolley.co.uk let you compare tens of thousands of products across a range of high street supermarkets.
Plus, you can use the Latest Deals website which shares vouchers, freebies and competitions to its subscribers.
However, when we looked online we couldn’t find any other retailers selling the 1 litre bottle of Bailey’s cheaper than Morrison’s.
The next cheapest option was £13 from Asda, Sainsbury’s or Ocado.
Tesco was offering the bottle for £13 to Clubcard holders and £21 for those without a Clubcard.
What is the Morrison’s loyalty scheme and how do I sign up?
The My Morrison’s loyalty scheme offers customers exclusive prices, discounts and the chance to win cash bonuses after each shop.
You can download the My Morrison’s app onto an iPhone or Android mobile phone or register online.
You can get a physical card sent out to you as well.
You can sign up to the app on the Morrison’s website.
The supermarket chain changed its loyalty scheme in May last year.
Under the previous loyalty scheme, customers had to build up enough points to turn into vouchers.
How does My Morrison’s compare to other loyalty schemes?
Tesco offers one point for every £1 you spend in store or online, including F&F clothing, or one point for every £2 spent on fuel at the supermarket.
You can also get points for using Tesco Clubcard Pay+, Tesco Bank Credit card and Tesco Mobile.
Plus, shoppers can earn extra points by doing surveys and filling up on fuel at Esso.
Sainsbury’s shoppers can collect points through the supermarket’s Nectar Card scheme.
To collect the points, customers simply shop as usual through the year and scan their Nectar card at the check out either in-store or online.
For every £1 spent, they get one Nectar point – each point is usually worth 0.5p when redeemed in store.
In other news, Tesco shoppers have just days left to spend Clubcard vouchers.
Plus, Iceland’s bargain £35 air fryer is back in stock today.
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