B&M is selling a three-course Valentine’s Day meal for just £3.88 – but it may get you dumped.
The bargain retailer’s budget dinner consists of a packet of Skips for starter, followed by a microwavable pot of Uncle Ben’s steamed rice dressed in sweet and sour sauce for main.
B&M is selling a Valentine’s meal deal for just £3.88
Prawn crackers are rustled up as a side dish, while you and your beau can tuck into Bird’s Strawberry Trifle for pudding.
Ringing in at less than £4, B&M claim it’s the cheapest meal deal ever – and you don’t even need a fridge to store it in.
A B&M spokesperson said: “We’re always being asked if we do a ‘dine in deal’ by our customers so this year we decided to create a deal that won’t break the bank.
“This isn’t any old ‘dine in deal’, this is a B&M dine in deal! No fuss or faffing about just proper good food for you and your lover.”
A packet of Skips is served for starter
Lovers can tuck into Uncle Ben’s sweet and sour rice for main
Shoppers can pick up the meal deal in store across the country now, although sadly, you can’t pre-order it online.
A clip of the romantic meal being dished up on paper plates racked up more than 2,000 views on Facebook.
Many customers posted crying laughter face emojis underneath the video.
“Honestly, I’d be super happy with this,” commented one amused fan, while another said: “Would love this!”
“If we’re too late for dinner reservations at Greggs what about this? #morethanabargain,” joked a social media user.
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“Just found the winning meal,” wrote a happy shopper, as another said: “Beats McDonald’s this one.”
One woman wrote: “Valentine’s isn’t about how much money you spend, it’s about love, respect and giving your time to someone special. If my hubby done this, I would be more than happy… it’s the laughs and those precious memories you make together which are important in this life.”
Meanwhile, McDonald’s is hosting a three-course £20 Valentine’s meal for two.
Alternatively Greggs is doing a four-course £15 Valentine’s meal for two and you can reserve a table.
McDonald’s is hosting a three-course £20 Valentine’s meal for two… but you’ll have to be quick