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Morrisons And Asda Are Selling Bottles Of Baileys At Half Price

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Morrisons And Asda Are Selling Bottles Of Baileys At Half Price

Morrisons and Asda are putting themselves in the running for the role of high street hero in the run-up to Christmas, after offering a litre of Baileys for half price.

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The classic festive beverage usually sells for around £20, but the Irish liqueur has been massively reduced to £10 for this weekend only.

Asda will be selling it online and in stores, whereas Morrisons will only be selling it in the shops so you'll have to move quickly to get your hands on it.

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You only have until 2 December in both supermarkets to sniff out the bargain, but luckily Asda has over 600 stores nationwide to parade round until they're gone, and Morrisons has over 400.

Credit: Baileys
Credit: Baileys

While you're at it, Asda is also charging only 83p per bottle of Corona, slashing the price of a 12-pack of the beer from £14 to £10.

Selling both online and in stores, you can also pick up 18 bottles for just £2 more, but if you are going for one of these don't forget the limes!

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If you're not looking to get yourself plastered in front of your Nan and Grandad, Morrisons is also selling its 750ml bottle of Shloer for only £1, the festive treat for those driving home.

A lot of hype has been spreading recently due to Gordon's new pink distilled gin, due to an ostentatious advertising campaign - whether that's grabbed your attention or annoyed the hell out of you, the booze itself can also be found on sale at Morrisons at 700ml for £14.

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For the young ones, or the old ones, Morrisons has decreased the price of J2O, with four 275ml bottles of their Orange and Passion-fruit flavour juice for £2.50 while stocks last.

Asda is getting further into the Christmas spirit by selling ten 440ml cans of every student's favourite 'pres' ammunition, Strongbow Dark Fruits, for only £10. Even better is the fact you can pick up three of these crates for a mere £21!

And the supermarket's team have also attempted something new, trying to throw a new taste into your holiday drinks by releasing an Extra Special Gingerbread Gin Liqueur.

Five hundred millilitres of this sparkly tipple will only set you back £12 and will really help to bring the taste of Christmas home with every seasonal sip, without having to delve into next month's budget.

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Looks like this Christmas could be a boozey one. Pour me another.

Words: Tom Court

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Food, Christmas, UK News, Booze

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