Mirror Money readers can get £10 off at Iceland all week – get your voucher

For anyone that's planning on heading out for the weekly shop this weekend, you may want to pop to Iceland, as the popular supermarket has just unveiled a very easy way for all customers to get a discount on their next visit.

Over the next four days, Daily Mirror readers will be able to get £10 off a £40 shop from their local Iceland store .

To get the discount, you'll just need to pick up a copy of the Daily Mirror at some point over the next four days, which will include a £10 off voucher.

The money off coupon will be in the Daily Mirror tomorrow on Thursday (27th), as well as on Friday (28th), Saturday (29th), Sunday (1st) and Monday (2nd).

The only catch is that you'll need to use your voucher in store by the time Iceland stores close on Monday March 2. The money off coupon will work on absolutely everything in store.


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In store shoppers will find some great options for a classic Sunday roast, including a range of great value roasting joints at four for £10, Luxury Beef Dripping Yorkshire Puddings only £1 for four.

There's also an range of delicious award winning trimmings such as their Rustic Chunky Roasting Vegetables and Perfect Beef Dripping Roast Potatoes.


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This offer is also perfect for stocking up on some of Iceland’s new and exclusive Slimming World products such as their new Sweet Potato Chips and quick and delicious layered Lunch Pots.

Plus, when you buy three selected meals or meats from the Slimming World Free Food range you can get one of their new, limited edition vegetable sides totally free – while stocks last.

So go on, don’t miss out and make sure you pick up your copy of the Mirror to get your hands on this great offer.

Disclaimer: Offer excludes purchase of alcohol in Scotland

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