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SHOPPERS still hungry for love will be pleased to hear one supermarket has slashed the price of its Valentine’s Day meal deal.

M&S has reduced the cost of its Valentine’s Day menu items by half, giving romantics the chance to indulge on a budget.

M&S fans should check stores as Valentine's Day menu items are on offer for up to 50% spento

M&S fans should check stores as Valentine’s Day menu items are on offer for up to 50% spentoCredito: Getty – Collaboratore

The full meal deal consisted of a starter, main, lato, dessert, and bottle of fizz, wine or box of chocolates to serve two.

It was available to purchase from February 9 in the run up to the special day, and ended when stores closed February 14.

This year’s menu included items like the punny “pie love you” chicken pie, and “I’m bananas for you” dessert.

E adesso, marchi & Spencer is selling the remaining Valentine’s Day menu items at up to half price.

The banana dessert has been spotted in store for £2.25 down from £4.50, love heart churros at £2 down from £4, and the chicken pie for £4.50 down from £9.

There are lots more discounted menu items up for grabs depending on what’s available in your nearest store.

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But note, the offers aren’t guaranteed to be in every branch, and they are only available while stocks last.

So if you fancy a romantic round two this weekend, head to stores now to see what you can grab.

M&S wasn’t the only supermarket offering customers a romantic spread.

The likes of Asda, Morrisons, Tesco and Sainbury’s all joined in with different meal deal choices.

But M&S scored joint first with Morrisons and Asda in a taste test conducted by The Sun.

In terms of price, M&S’ deal was £5 more expensive than the other food giants, charging £20 for its package.

Complessivamente, era ranked 5th in The Sun’s value for money comparison.

Shoppers were able to save £13.79 by choosing the most expensive combination of items from the M&S menu as opposed to buying them separately, whereas Morrisons shoppers could save £19.50.

If you’re looking to cut your food bill, try these four tips as supermarket prices soar by 8%.

All'inizio di questo mese, Tesco shoppers were warned the worst is yet to come for rocketing food prices.

While earlier in the year, un altro supermarket pledged to keep costs low as consumers battle a cost of living crisis.

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