AS New Year quickly approaches, many of us will be thinking about what to toast 2023 with.
Prosecco is a classic way to start a new year, so we've rounded up the cheapest shops to stock up ahead of tomorrow (December 31).
Of course, keep in mind that prices can change in the run-up to New Year's Eve as retailers battle it out for our cash.
Prices can also vary from store to store so it might be worth checking online first and then heading in if that's cheaper for you.
Last year, supermarkets went head to head in the Christmas run-up to provide the cheapest boozy deals and this year is no different.
You should always shop around to see where you can find the best deals as prices can change at the last minute.
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And of course, some stores will sell their own premium brand of prosecco compared to others who won't.
Below we round up the cheapest bottles of prosecco at all of the major supermarkets.
The below prices are accurate at the time of writing and based on what each supermarket has available online.
Just keep in mind that price comparison doesn’t take into account the quality or taste of the alcohol.
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As always, if you're enjoying a glass or two, remember to drink responsibly.
Morrisons – £4.99
Perhaps surprisingly, Morrisons is actually selling the cheapest bottle of prosecco that we could find (at the time of writing).
Shoppers can get a 75Cl bottle of Sorso Prosecco Spumante from the store, down from £5.49.
According to the website, you can only order two bottles with the discount, any more will be £5.49.
It looks like the deal is available until January 1.
This comes with an ABV of 11%.
Aldi – £4.99
Unsurprisingly, Aldi is selling among the cheapest bubbly.
This is a brand of prosecco well known to the retailer.
In selected stores only, and online, customers can grab a 75cl bottle of Costellone Prosecco Spumante for £4.99.
This comes with an ABV of 11%.
Tesco – £5.49
Following the top two is Tesco which charges just £7 for a 75CL bottle of its Plaza Centro Prosecco.
If you have a Clubcard however, you can get it for £6.
It comes with an ABV of 11%.
The offer was valid from Boxing Day (December 26) and until New Year's Day (January 1).
Lidl – £6.49
The discounter is selling 75cl bottles of Allini Prosecco Spumante for £6.49.
It has an ABV of 10.5% and is said to "match perfectly" with mozzarella bruschetta.
Lidl doesn't offer online shopping though, so you'll have to check in your nearest store.
Asda – £6
Asda is selling a 75cl bottle of Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry for £6 on its website.
It's also a "star product" which means shoppers signed up to Asda Rewards will earn points.
The bubbly has an ABV of 10.5.%.
Sainsbury's – £7.50
Sainsbury's is offering I Heart Prosecco for £7.50, down from £9.50.
The ABV is 11%
It's had a mixed bag of reviews though – some say it tastes awful while others say it's good if you mix it with something.
Iceland – £7.50
Iceland isn't offering among the cheapest bottles, with 75cl of Dandelione Prosecco setting you back £7.50.
It has an ABV of 11%.
It's had some good reviews though.
One said: "An excellent product."
While another added: "Reckon this prosecco is really really good.
"Without paying a fortune you get a fantastic drink – I add a little orange juice and who'd know it wasn't a proper Bucks Fizz?"
In other Christmas news, we've tried supermarket own-brand Irish liqueur including Baileys.
Plus, we tested 11 alternative sandwiches including Aldi and Starbucks.
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