Valentine’s Day 2019 alcohol deals – where to buy the cheapest Champagne, Prosecco and Cava

Valentine’s Day 2019 alcohol deals – where to buy the cheapest Champagne, Prosecco and Cava

THERE is no better way to celebrate your love on Valentine’s Day than by popping the cork on a bottle of bubbly – and we reveal how you

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THERE is no better way to celebrate your love on Valentine’s Day than by popping the cork on a bottle of bubbly – and we reveal how you can impress on February 14 without breaking the bank.

We’ve found the best deals on Champagne, Prosecco and Cava at the major supermarkets so that you can save some money while giving your other half a taste of luxury.

These are the best deals on branded and non-branded Champagne, Prosecco and Cava at major supermarkets right now
These are the best deals on branded and non-branded Champagne, Prosecco and Cava at major supermarkets right now

There are lots of offers around so it’s hard to know what’s really a good deal.

We compared prices of Cava, Prosecco and Champagne (branded and non branded) on supermarket websites to find out which is really selling the cheapest bubbly.

We just looked at the lowest prices and didn’t take into account the quality of alcohol – which is sometimes reflected in the price.

It’s also worth warning that prices will change in the run-up to the celebration of love and romance – and the best offers may still be to come.

We will continue updating the article as we get closer to Valentine’s Day.

The cheapest non-branded Champagne – Aldi Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut – and Lidl Champagne AOP Brut Comte de Senneval – £11.49 each

Aldi's award-winning Champagne is joint cheapest with Lidl
Aldi’s award-winning Champagne is joint cheapest with Lidl
Aldi

Aldi and Lidl have become famous for selling high-quality fizz at a bargain price.

The award-winning Champagne from Aldi, available in stores and online now, is just under £12 for a 75cl bottle.

It is blended from a complex and elegant mix of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes, before being carefully aged in cellars to create its unique and beautiful taste.

For the same price, you can also pick up Lidl’s Champagne AOP Brut Comte de Senneva.

Pour a glass and enjoy a sweet, floral nose and clean fruit taste.

It’s also worth noting that Asda has a good deal on its own-brand Henri Cachet Champagne Brut which is £12 down from £18.

The cheapest branded Champagne – Lanson Black Label Brut Champagne – Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Waitrose – £24

Several supermarkets are selling this well-known brand of Champagne for just £24 in the run-up to Valentine's Day
Several supermarkets are selling this well-known brand of Champagne for just £24 in the run-up to Valentine’s Day
Tesco

You can get a bottle of Lanson Black Label for £24 at Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons or Waitrose down from £32.

The retailers are running discounts on the booze in the run-up to Valentine’s Day.

It’s worth noting that Tesco’s offer is available until February 14 only, while Waitrose’s deal will continue until the 19th.

Morrisons’ expires much quicker on February 3, while Sainsbury’s deal only lasts until February 5.

Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial Non Vintage Champagne – Morrisons and Tesco – £28

Tesco has the best deal on a bottle of Moet at the moment
Tesco has the best deal on a bottle of Moet at the moment
Tesco

To really make your other half swoon, buy them a posh bottle of Moët & Chandon.

Created from more than 100 different wines, the Moët Imperial style is distinguished by a bright fruitiness with notes of green apple and white flowers.

Morrisons and Tesco both have offers on the booze in the run-up to Valentine’s Day with bottles for £28 down from £34.

Morrisons’ is currently out of stock of the fizz though and the offer only runs until February 5.

Meanwhile Tesco’s deal runs until February 14.

Bollinger Special Cuvée Brut – Waitrose– £33.50

Waitrose is selling a bottle of Bolly for the cheapest currently
Waitrose is selling a bottle of Bolly for the cheapest currently
Tesco

Bollinger is famous for its consistency of style, structure and aromatic complexity, apparently.

Surprisingly, the best deal on a bottle of Bolly is at Waitrose, where you can pick it up for £33.50 down from £45 – a saving of 25 per cent.

It’s part of a wider sale on bubbly and wine for Valentine’s Day which is on until February 19.

The next cheapest bottle is sold at Asda for a discounted £34 down from £44 as part of a rollback deal.

Taittinger Brut Reserve NV Champagne – Tesco – £35

Tesco has the best price on a bottle of Taittinger at the moment
Tesco has the best price on a bottle of Taittinger at the moment
Tesco

Taittinger is one of the few Champagne houses still owned and managed by the family whose name appears on the label.

Unfortunately, we can’t find any discounts on the famous bottle at supermarkets yet.

The cheapest you can pick it up for is £35 at Tesco.

The next lowest price for the fizz is £36 at Morrisons and Waitrose.

Veuve Cliquot Label NV Champagne – Tesco – £39

Tesco is selling a bottle of Veuve Clicquot for the cheapest, though there isn't a deal
Tesco is selling a bottle of Veuve Clicquot for the cheapest, though there isn’t a deal
Tesco

The leading Champagne house of Veuve Clicquot is one of the best known brands and would really impress your love this Valentine’s.

Unfortunately, there aren’t any deals around for the posh fizz at the moment – though that may change in the run-up to February 14.

The cheapest bottle is at Tesco, which is selling the Champagne for £39.

The next cheapest price is £40 at Sainsbury’s and Waitrose.

The cheapest Prosecco – Lidl Allini Prosecco Frizzante – £5.25

Lidl has the joint cheapest Prosecco of any supermarket with Aldi
Lidl has the cheapest Prosecco of any supermarket with a bottle for sale for £5.25
Lidl

Prosecco is the nation’s favourite fizz and it’s not hard to see why as it’s so much cheaper than its loftier cousin, Champagne.

According to accountancy firm UHY Hacker Young, Brits drank their way through 35.8 million gallons of the stuff in 2017.

You can pick up a bottle for just over a fiver too at Lidl, which has the cheapest bottle of any supermarket that we could find.

Its Allini Prosecco Frizzante – which means it’s only lightly sparkling compared to fizzier “spumante” – costs just £5.25.

The discount supermarket describes this bottle as “simple and uncomplicated” with a “lovely freshness and fruitiness”.

It’s only available in stores though.

The next cheapest own-brand Prosecco we could find was Aldi’s £5.49 Castellore Prosecco Frizzante.

How to get the best deal on your prosecco

BEFORE buying your fizz, make sure you’re getting the best deal possible with these tips.

  • Look for vouchers on money saving websites like Vouchercloud and HotUKDeals who list deals you can hand over to retailers.
  • Check sites like MySupermarket to check if you can get the same bottle cheaper in any other supermarket. You can also see when products were on offer to see if you’re getting the best deal.
  • Keep an eye out for discounts, offers and reduced prices.
  • Check online and in stores to see if the supermarket is offering a special deal if you shop at one or the other.

The cheapest cava – Lidl’s Arestel Cava Brut and Aldi Contevedo Cava Brut Gold – £4.99

Lidl has the joint cheapest bottle of Cava of any supermarket with Aldi
Lidl has the joint cheapest bottle of Cava of any supermarket with Aldi
Lidl

Cava is even more affordable than Prosecco or Champagne and both Aldi and Lidl are selling theirs for under £5.

It is followed closely by a bottle of Casa Luis Cava Brut from Asda, which the retailer describes as light and crisp – it costs £5.50.

Meanwhile Tesco and Sainsbury’s both have bottles for £6.


We’ve also rounded up the best deals on Valentine’s flowers.

Meanwhile, all the supermarkets have now announced details of their romantic meal deals.

Morrisons announced theirs this week: it’s a deal for £15 and includes a three course meal and a bottle of wine.

Meanwhile Sainsbury’s said it’s got two deals on this year and they’re set menus.

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