Iceland Valentine's Meal Deal for 2 £10
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Iceland Valentine's Meal Deal for 2 £10

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LocalFound 1st Feb
Iceland Valentine's meal deal for two. Two mains, one side and one dessert for £10.

Not a bad deal and a nice selection to choose from.
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Only £2 off normal price so not a massive saving.
Show that woman in your life that shes really special, get her a meal she'll never forget. From Iceland. For ten pounds...
tek-monkey9 m ago

Only £2 off normal price so not a massive saving.


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Hmmmm..wrong supermarket
Not much of a deal...
Only £2 total saving so not such a great deal, but as they say every little helps
For a tenner grab a Chinese, much nicer.
Jerec1st Feb

Show that woman in your life that shes really special, get her a meal …Show that woman in your life that shes really special, get her a meal she'll never forget. From Iceland. For ten pounds...


Yeah, you're right, I'm going to treat the little lady for once, but she can pay half!
Online only, not available instore. Poor offer from Iceland this time.
Jerec1st Feb

Show that woman in your life that shes really special, get her a meal …Show that woman in your life that shes really special, get her a meal she'll never forget. From Iceland. For ten pounds...


And what's wrong with that? Not all couples/families have enough spare cash they can use to go to expensive restaurants to celebrate. What makes you think it's ok to make anybody feel that treating their loved one to a meal, however cheap or expensive it is, is showing them less love or affection than other people if it's a store bought meal deal? People will buy what they can afford.
Mathew.Ryan17 h, 56 m ago

And what's wrong with that? Not all couples/families have enough spare …And what's wrong with that? Not all couples/families have enough spare cash they can use to go to expensive restaurants to celebrate. What makes you think it's ok to make anybody feel that treating their loved one to a meal, however cheap or expensive it is, is showing them less love or affection than other people if it's a store bought meal deal? People will buy what they can afford.


Apologies if I upset you, I know money is tight for a lot of people, but for £10 you could buy some ingredients and cook for your Love and it would mean more than this tripe.

But perhaps it is the gesture that gives the feeling rather than the product?

It was a jest, no offence meant.
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