Bubbles for everyone
Valentine's Day is here, every shop window is littered with hearts and you'll probably see your fair share of commuters with huge bunches of flowers on the way home tonight.
Some people will be heading to fancy restaurants, others will be picking up this equally as fancy M&S meal deal, and some of us will be on the sofa with a tub of Ben & Jerry's and no reason to share it (#grateful).
If you fall into the 'stay at home with a bottle of bubbly and Netflix' category, then you'll be pleased to know that you can pick up a bottle of Prosecco for less than a fiver to compliment your romantic/lazy plans.
Lidl is selling Prosecco Supmante Extra Dry for £4.99 today and today only to celebrate Valentine's Day.
It's described as 'an easy-drinking Prosecco with lovely fresh pear aromas and full of fizz'. Sounds pretty good to us.
As the deal is only available for one day, you might be tempted to stock up on the bargain bubbles - but be aware that customers will be limited to purchasing a maximum of six bottles.
If you want to get your hands on a bottle of Prosecco Supmante Extra Dry you'd better be quick - we have a feeling that these will be flying off the shelves today.
Happy Valentine's Day!
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