Asda Is Selling Huge Indian And Chinese Takeaway Boxes For Under A Fiver
As we edge towards Friday you will no doubt be starting to think about which takeaway you're going to chow down on as you ring in the weekend.
The supermarket giant has slashed the price on its range of dine-in dinners for two - which usually cost £7 - meaning you can pick on up for less than a fiver.
So what do you get?
Customers can choose from two Indian dishes - chicken tikka or korma- which come complete with pilau rice, naan and onion bhajis.
Or if it's something a bit sweeter you're after, the Chinese boxes offer a choice between chicken curry and sweet and sour chicken, both of which come with servings of egg fried rice, prawn crackers and spring rolls.
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The offer was spotted by deals website Hot UK Deals, and though there isn't currently a vegetarian option - or even lamb or beef - it has gone down pretty well with those who've bought one already.
One customer wrote: "These are very nice. Excellent value at £4.75. My only issue is they don't offer a veggie option as one of the meals, but probably not enough demand."
Another said: "Great roll back. Had this before its great for the money at £7 but at this price is a stonking deal."
A third shopper added: "Excellent value for money. I personally think they taste delicious, we've had them a few times and never had any problems with them."
If that's not for you however, earlier today Nando's announced a competition offering participants the chance to win 10 free meals.
All you have to do is keep your eye out for one of their new billboards, which feature an absolutely massive loyalty card you need to rip off and present in your local Nando's restaurant.
Measuring 3x2m, the cards will be placed in the centre of a normal-looking advertising board and have the words: 'Pick nine mates and get ready to nab our giant Nando's Card'. You don't need to tell me twice, giant advertising board.
The billboards are coming to Bethnal Green in London and Manchester's Printworks between 29 and 31 March, from 11.30am to 7pm. They'll also appear in London's White City between 4 and 6 April.
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