Supermarket wine offers & deals
You can get some amazing offers on wine in the supermarkets. Many supermarkets have 25% off 6 bottles of wine, and some have buy one get one free.
Let us show you how!
Which supermarkets offer deals on wine?
- Marks & Spencers
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Supermarket wine offers
If you’re someone who buys their wine in the supermarket, it makes sense to stock up when there are offers on.
These offers happen several times a year and in some supermarkets, every couple of months, so planning to buy when wines on offer is a good idea!
Read on for which supermarkets have wine on offer and when they hold their deals.
25% off wine supermarket deals
There is often a minimum buying requirement on these deals, usually six bottles, but this isn’t always the case.
Different offers and deals have different terms and so it’s best to check before you make a special trip to stock up. Sometimes particular bottles are excluded, or there’s a minimum bottle price spend, but in general, these deals offer pretty good value.
Tesco wine offers & deals
Tesco is well known for it’s offers on wine. Tesco offers 25% off wine roughly six times a year, with the times being spread throughout the year pretty evenly.
Tesco deals tend to drop before Christmas and then carry on throughout the year periodically.
Reduced wine is also included in this deal, so if you’re lucky enough to find your favourite wine on offer, the savings will be even better!
And you can use your Clubcard when you’re making the most of this offer, so you’ll be collecting reward points as well. What’s not to love!
Sainsburys wine offers
Sainsburys, like Tesco hold their wine offers regularly throughout the year. There is a minimum bottle spend of £5 or £7 in Wales, and you need to buy your wine in their regular supermarkets rather than the Sainsburys Locals. And bottles under 200ml are excluded too.
You can make this offer even better by saving your Nectar points and exchanging them for double up vouchers in November, see how to do that here.
Taste the Difference (Sainsburys own brand) wine is included in the double up deal.
Morrisons wine offers
Morrisons tend to have slightly better wine deals, with wine often being 2 bottles for £10 or 3 for £20 on more expensive wines, making the deals a bit better than the usual 25% off.
As always, check the prices of wine on offer carefully and make sure the deal you’re getting is the best it can be.
Morrisons also have wine on sale throughout the year on single bottles, as well as bulk buys. So if you don’t want to shell out and stock up on wine, or you fancy trying something new, this might be a good time to do so.
25% off wine at Asda
Rollback wine is included in the Asda wine deals and offers, as well as the minimum bottle price being lower than some of the other supermarkets with bottles starting at just £3.50, meaning more savings for you and I.
Asda hold wine offers throughout the year, with popular holidays and bank holiday times being prime wine deal times.
You can mix and match any bottles you like, or stock up on your favourites.
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Waitrose wine offers
Waitrose, although a bit more expensive on some things than other supermarkets, also offers some good deals and offers on wines.
Although there is a higher minimum bottle price of £5, there is no minimum bottle buy requirement, so it’s a good time to try something new. Waitrose hold their wine offers periodically through the year, with there generally being an offer around Christmas time.
Marks & Spencers wine offers
Marks & Spencers wines are on the more expensive side so although there is no 6 bottle minimum as with other supermarkets, their wine prices will add up, even on offer.
However, that said, as a present for someone or a treat to yourself, getting a pricier bottle of wine at a discounted price if it’s one you’ve been after is a bonus. Just make sure it’s not available cheaper in another supermarket!
Discounted supermarket wine offers
The wine deals the supermarkets offer are a good way to save money on wine you’d buy anyway, they’re not the only places you can buy discounted wine!
Traditional off licences like Majestic Wine and online wine sellers like Virgin Wines are other places you can find decent wine offers, and they generally have some sort of wine deal on all year round. Virgin Wines offers a pretty big discount on your first order too, so it’s worth checking online there first before making a bulk buy anywhere.
Cash-back when buying wine online
Buying wine online instead of in-store means you might be able to use a cash-back site to make the deal even better.
This goes for all online shopping though, so make sure you’ve signed up to the bigger cash-back sites before you buy. Have a read of this post and find the cash-back sites that may well earn you some extra cash!