Supermarket and shopping offers for the Euro 2020 final
The Euro 2020 final is just around the corner, and while football may not return to this side of the border, you can still snag a bargain or two.
Retailers across the UK are getting into the spirit of the beautiful game and offering shoppers a plethora of football-inspired discounts and offers.
Although the final itself is contested by Italy and England, buyers in South Wales will be able to save a penny or two – even if they don’t watch the game with great enthusiasm.
Of course, it would be next to impossible to round each offer offered – but here at Argus, we’ve put together a list of the most interesting ones, which you can check out below.
The supermarket giant Asda, which is present in the Pill district of the city, has several offers running this weekend, in its “Love the Game” range.
The big deal is a mix of cases of beer and cider, with two available for £ 20, or three or £ 21 – though some brands aren’t available in both deals.
If the game whets you an appetite, there are also two meal plans available.
One is a packet of curry – with onion bhajis, Chicken Tikka Masala, Chicken Jalfrezi, and rice, all for £ 6.
The other is perhaps more aimed at fans of Italy, with two medium pizzas, a side and a drink for £ 6.
There are a number of other offers on drinks, snacks and barbecue food, all suitable for match day.
You can consult these offers here.
Marks and Spencer
If Aldi’s latest offer was slightly focused on Italy, then M&S is pulling out all the stops.
The retailer, which has a Simply Food branch in the city center, offers “A Taste of Italy”.
This deal serves four – with four main courses and four sides offered for £ 15.
Additionally, the retailer has long had a three-for-£ 7 deal on its range of Italian ready meals.
These offers can be found here.
Even though England eliminated their country from the competition, German retailer Aldi has avoided choosing sides, at least from a culinary point of view.
The popular supermarket chain has a section on its online store called “Big night in – the Ultimate Matchday Fete”.
Here you can find all kinds of meals, snacks and drinks that are perfect for a night out watching the big game – no matter who you are supporting.
The complete list of products can be viewed online here.
Perhaps aptly, Tesco is keeping well away from the hustle and bustle of football.
Instead, they got into the Wimbledon spirit, with a tennis-inspired lineup.
That being said, they also sell a 50-pack party poppers – so if Sunday night’s outcome is in your favor, the retailer is selling the tools needed to celebrate properly.
As Pringles once said, once you jump you can’t stop, and this product can be found right here.
Currys PC World
Moving away from supermarkets, and even electronics giant Currys PC World is lining up behind the Three Lions, it seems.
Currently, their website has a section that reads: “Bring home the stadium experience in time for Sunday. ”
They are offering up to £ 300 off a selection of TVs before Sunday.
More information is available online here.
This is not specifically covered by a match day deal, but if you purchased your drinks for the game from any of the previous deals, you will need a place to store them.
After all, you don’t want to miss a second of the action by running to the fridge.
Here Homebase has you covered – selling a 39 liter beverage cooler for £ 32, which is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
This practical product is available for purchase here.
Technically, it’s not related to football per se, but it could elevate your viewing experience to the highest level.
Back in stock, B&M is selling Lay-Z-Spa inflatable hot tubs for £ 450.
Is there anything more decadent than watching the game from inside a hot tub? If there is, we can’t think about it.
While stocks last, this can be found here.
The last item on our list is arguably the most controversial of all.
Poundland currently sells a variety of England flags – from car flags and balcony flags to the good old pennants.
It should be noted that it is not known whether their Welsh stores will stock these items.
Unsurprisingly, they don’t sell any Italian flags.
The Poundland Flag Range can be found here.