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Choose 1 starter was £1.69 now £1
choose 1 side was upto £2.29 now £1
choose 1 main was upto £3.99 now £2
choose 1 dessert was £1.99 now £1

and WINE was £7.99 now £3.00
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#1
Fantastic, she's going to feel so special...;-)
#2
Do you get 2 of everything or do you have to share each item?
#3
Papa Lazarou
Fantastic, she's going to feel so special...;-)


Come on, knickers off love, I've just spent £8 on you!
#4
Great, hope she doesnt mind cooking for me while the football is on.
#5
Mmmmmmmm... Fish pie

Actually I might go for this deal. Just not for valentines...!
#6
NICE...once finished, she can nip 'round and do the shopping whilst you have a brew and read the sundays, 2 birds with one stone. :)
#7
Ah, a romantic meal in Morrissons, doesnt get more romantic than that... sigh! ..... maybe a smoochy walk around the local council estate afterwards .....be still my beating heart! ...lol :-D
#8
Trickyjabs
Come on, knickers off love, I've just spent £8 on you!

:p:p
#9
Trickyjabs
Come on, knickers off love, I've just spent £8 on you!


You need to buy your dates?
#10
Just as good as the M&S deal - actually some of the products are possibly made by the same supplier anyway.
I used to work for a company supplying M&S and we used to change only the labelling for products to Tesco,M&S, Sainsburys etc
#11
alanino64
Just as good as the M&S deal - actually some of the products are possibly made by the same supplier anyway.
I used to work for a company supplying M&S and we used to change only the labelling for products to Tesco,M&S, Sainsburys etc


There's the makings of one of those whistle blower programs, fancy the job? :thumbsup:
#12
Usually you can buy items in a meal deal separately, but this deal you MUST be one of each to get the discount. It says so on the advertising
#13
Checked these out this morning and all side,starter and sweets are price marked at a pound and all main courses marked £2
#14
Trickyjabs
Come on, knickers off love, I've just spent £8 on you!


Exactly. And she should be grateful for it too.:)
#15
Is this going to be one of their deals that you check you receipt at the end and still can't fathom if it was a deal at all.
#16
wantthatone
Is this going to be one of their deals that you check you receipt at the end and still can't fathom if it was a deal at all.


All items are marked and go through the till at either £1 or £2 so no ambiguity when checking your receipt.
#17
wantthatone
Is this going to be one of their deals that you check you receipt at the end and still can't fathom if it was a deal at all.


only if you're educationally lacking.
#18
You could call me an insider on this deal... :whistling:

Yes, you can buy all the elements separately.

Morrisons normally doesn't discount Best more than 25% - the Fish Pie is a smidgin off Half Price, the other meals 40+% off.

The Best Green Veg Medley is £2.29 to £1 - fantastic saving.

The deal is giving people what they bought last Valentines - there is a reason Morrisons is trouncing the other supermarkets and have been for a couple of years - people just don't buy a lot of oysters at Valentines....

And the quality... try yourself ! In the fortunate position of sampling food week in and week out the results are : Asda - you get what you pay for; JS some good, some bad; Tesco the same; Morrisons massively improved and all ranges have been revamped over the last 12 months; the surprise is M&S whose quality has plummeted and is trading off the name; the new Italian range is, frankly poor - if you can do a blind tasting. Yeah, I'm biased but I have no axe to grind with M&S, they were the benchmark, now they are walking a tightrope.
#19
jacksonminx
You could call me an insider on this deal... :whistling:

Yes, you can buy all the elements separately.

Morrisons normally doesn't discount Best more than 25% - the Fish Pie is a smidgin off Half Price, the other meals 40+% off.

The Best Green Veg Medley is £2.29 to £1 - fantastic saving.

The deal is giving people what they bought last Valentines - there is a reason Morrisons is trouncing the other supermarkets and have been for a couple of years - people just don't buy a lot of oysters at Valentines....

And the quality... try yourself ! In the fortunate position of sampling food week in and week out the results are : Asda - you get what you pay for; JS some good, some bad; Tesco the same; Morrisons massively improved and all ranges have been revamped over the last 12 months; the surprise is M&S whose quality has plummeted and is trading off the name; the new Italian range is, frankly poor - if you can do a blind tasting. Yeah, I'm biased but I have no axe to grind with M&S, they were the benchmark, now they are walking a tightrope.


You eat for a living, I'm jelous! ;)

Top knowledge. I recently started shopping at a Morrisons regularly, when they opened up near us, and they are really good. Just a shame they don't have a rewards card, a la Nectar/Clubcard.
#20
infowight
Usually you can buy items in a meal deal separately, but this deal you MUST be one of each to get the discount. It says so on the advertising


bzzzt! wrong!. I just bought a soup, chocolate puddings and the veg for £3 - they are all marked up individually at the prices stated.
#21
Trickyjabs
You eat for a living, I'm jelous! ;)

Top knowledge. I recently started shopping at a Morrisons regularly, when they opened up near us, and they are really good. Just a shame they don't have a rewards card, a la Nectar/Clubcard.


Morrisons do a similar card which you use whenn buying fuel, it then gives you a £5 voucher to use in store when you have saved enough points. But, I agree, it would be good if it could be used in store too
#22
Thanks for posting, I notice a couple of people are scoffing (ha!) at this. But for some people £8 is a lot of money and this could be a rare special treat for them.
#23
Combine the £2 bunch of red roses from Asda, the £2 box of Black Magic from Asda and the £8 meal deal from Morrisons and you have Valentines all wrapped up for £12 :thumbsup:

Blimey, why not go the whole hog and buy a new Iron from Sainsburys for £3.49 to show how much you love her

Trouble is the subsequent divorce could cost a bit more:whistling:
#24
Ahhh just got back and if my bf wasn't shoving me around the store huffing and puffing I would of had a chance to look at this properly! They had it all on one shelf at the end so easy to get all the items. Nice that you can buy the stuff separately.
#25
robot1
Thanks for posting, I notice a couple of people are scoffing (ha!) at this. But for some people £8 is a lot of money and this could be a rare special treat for them.


hahahaha Brilliant :thumbsup:
#26
a special morrisons valentine meal. niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice.

what next - a valentines mcdonalds £1 menu choice?
#27
So I try and impress the missus with four quids worth of Morrisons grub and then you pitch up and whisk her off to some swanky restaurant. I'm not falling for that one mate!
#28
Trickyjabs
Come on, knickers off love, I've just spent £8 on you!


...actually you've only spent £4 on her...as...you're...sharing...lol

in all seriousness, went out and got some of these earlier as was doing a shop anyway, the plonk, fish pie and green veg medley is top stuff - the value is ace - will pop in again for the lasagne and chicken main in a few days too and the mash side - more than enough for 2 imo...didn't go for the starters ( soups ) or puds but am sure the quality would also be right up there...agree with the 'insider / whistleblower' / previous post...Morrison's do seem to have upped their game in the supermarket competition / quality / value game etc
#29
hot deal is one thing, being tight on your partner is another.....
banned#30
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banned 1 Like #31
bemad
Combine the £2 bunch of red roses from Asda, the £2 box of Black Magic from Asda and the £8 meal deal from Morrisons and you have Valentines all wrapped up for £12 :thumbsup:

Blimey, why not go the whole hog and buy a new Iron from Sainsburys for £3.49 to show how much you love her

Trouble is the subsequent divorce could cost a bit more:whistling:


Why spend that much, argos have an iron for £2.49
#32
lottysdad08
Why spend that much, argos have an iron for £2.49


HA HA Nice One !!!
#33
usetheforceluke
hot deal is one thing, being tight on your partner is another.....


...No big 'deal' in my case, as my 'one' 'hot' 'partner' is quite a 'tight' 'thing' bless her, much to my pleasure...if you catch my drift lmao !!!!!!!!!!! ;-[]
#34
Papa Lazarou
Fantastic, she's going to feel so special...;-)



lolol
#35
No vegetarian option, shame I would have got this. Not for Valentines day mind!
#36
Trickyjabs
only if you're educationally lacking.


Definitely one of my favourite threads on here in a long time!:p
#37
Kahlon
No vegetarian option, shame I would have got this. Not for Valentines day mind!


...actually that's a fair point unless the fish pie counts as 'vegetarian' I know a lot of vegetarians eat fish but not all...
#38
Thanks for this great deal ianshona! This has been featured in Bitterwallet's daily deals!

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#39
sinjin_smythe
Great, hope she doesnt mind cooking for me while the football is on.


Er, what a spammer - there are no Morrisons in Ireland :roll:
#40
williham
bzzzt! wrong!. I just bought a soup, chocolate puddings and the veg for £3 - they are all marked up individually at the prices stated.



Well I'm glad I'm wrong because I hate the meal deals where you have to buy 1 of each item, but I'm pretty sure when I put the advertising up on Sunday night it said you had to buy 1 of each for the offer to be activated at the till!

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