Asda makes major change to lunch deals – but there's a catch | The Sun

ASDA has made a major change to meal deals in selected stores.

The lunch deal, which is usually three items for the price of two, is now three for £3.

Asda's Food To Go meal deal includes a main lunch item, a drink and an extra snack – and you get the cheapest item for free.

You can find it at your nearest store, which you can search for here.

But shoppers have spotted some stores trialling a new three for £3 deal.

One fan posted the finding to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK.

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She wrote: "Okay, clearly it’s not every ASDA, and this is NOT 3 for 2!!! You can clearly see the amount in savings.

"Probably not common knowledge but you don’t have to get a main, snack and drink. You can get any 3 for £3!"

Commenters on the post had mixed opinions about the discovery, with one writing: "My boys like the pasta pots for lunch so 3 for 2 makes them a bit better value"

Another wrote: "Might try my Asda"

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And another asked: "Has it changed then?"

Asda is trialling this new deal in 18 stores across the country – although this number could change soon.

We've asked the supermarket which shops are running the trial and we'll update the story when we hear back.

But for now, the nationwide Asda meal deal remains three for two and will stay that way unless a decision is made for official change in 2023.

Other meal deals in Tesco are £3 for three items, while it costs £3.50 for three at Sainsbury's.

You also might want to browse Morrisons for its range, which charges £3.50 for a deal too.

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In other news, the supermarket has also launched a massive baby sale, lowering the price of items from Huggies to Tommee Tippee.

The sale is available online and instore, as well as on the George website.

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