Aldi and Lidl have slashed Prosecco prices to give you change from a fiver

It seems to be war of the fizz in UK supermarkets at the moment, as stores fight it out to boast the cheapest bottle of Prosecco.

With a Bank Holiday coming up soon, it makes sense that they want to get you through their doors to stock up on treats. Iceland won out last time around, but it looks like we have some new contenders for top spot.

That’s why Aldi and Lidl have both dropped the price of their Prosecco to a miniscule £3.99.

Aldi’s Castellore Prosecco Frizzante and Lidl’s Allini Prosecco Treviso Frizzante usually cost £5.49, but have been reduced by £1.50 a pop.

The Frizzante style in both the drinks gives a gentler fizz than a lot of Proseccos, which makes it perfect for sipping with light bites like seafood.

Aldi’s version apparently has notes of lemons, limes, grapefruit, peach and a touch of melon, while Lidl’s ‘expresses a lovely freshness and fruitiness’.

The deals are only available in stores, and as with any good deal, you’ll likely have to be quick to make the most of them.

You can locate your nearest Aldi store here, or check the Lidl store locator here.

Both of the discount chains are also offering a range of special buys this week that include garden furniture and outdoor goods, so if the weather’s nice you can enjoy your fizz in beautiful al fresco surroundings.

If you don’t have and Aldi or Lidl near you, Tesco have their Bella Cucina Prosecco Frizzante on sale for £5.75 and Asda have an Extra Dry Prosecco for £6.

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