What’s the cheapest and best supermarket to get a meal deal?

Whether you’re a daily meal deal fan or a once-a-week lunchtime treat sort of person, we can all agree that a meal deal takes the stress of bringing food from home to work. 

With the option of pre-made sandwiches, pasta, wraps and even a hot pie you get the added extra of a drink and snack for typically less than £5. 

But the daily or even weekly meal deal spent can quickly stack up a hefty cost, seeing those that use Tesco meal deals without a Clubcard for five days spend nearly £20 a week on their lunches. 

Plus, with the cost of living crisis seeing many purse strings tighten you wouldn’t be the only one if you feel like it’s becoming harder and more costly to grab a meal deal. 

But, don’t worry, you won’t have to give up meal deals altogether as a handy breakdown of all supermarket meal deal prices is at hand. 

Created by Which? the round-up shows the cost of the UK’s most popular lunchtime deals and how you could save some extra cash whilst having a yummy lunch. 

What is the cheapest meal deal? 

Broken down alphabetically, you can see the most popular deals which include a main item, snack and drink. 

To grab the cheapest meal deal, you can head to Tesco’s if you have a Clubcard, but if you don’t your best options are Sainsbury’s and Morrisons for £3.50. 

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