GROCERY shopping for Christmas Day can be a hassle, but Asda has made it a bit easier with a food bundle.
For just £14.55, you'll get everything you need to serve up a tasty Christmas dinner for the whole family.
The frozen bundle includes a ready to roast turkey with pork, sage and onion stuffing and a bacon lattice.
You'll also get roast potatoes, parsnips, mixed cabbage and pork sage and onion stuffing balls. You can find the full list in the box below.
Asda says the bundle is big enough for eight people, working out as roughly £1.82 per person.
The "Christmate Day" bundle is available online only until December 25.
What's included in the Christmas Day bundle at Asda
THE bundle is big enough to serve eight people.
- Ready to Roast Parsnips, 680g – £1.20
- Shredded Mixed Cabbage, 750g – £1
- Ready to Roast Turkey Breast Joint with Pork, Sage & Onion Stuffing and a Bacon Lattice, 1.5kg – £10
- Crispy Roast Potatoes, 800g – 70p
- 16 Pork Sage & Onion Stuffing Ball, 400g – £1.65
You don't get a discount by picking up all the items as a bundle, but it could make the Christmas shopping a bit easier to get done.
It also works out the cheapest among the big four supermarkets – Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury's and Tesco.
The equivalent of the products at Tesco cost £14.80 if snapped up individually – just 25p extra – making it the second cheapest.
Keen to nab the Asda bundle? Keep in mind that Asda charges between £1.50 to £6.50 to deliver the items to your home.
You also have to pay a £3 minimum basket charge if your order amounts to less than £40.
Alternatively, you can click and collect for free but you still have to pay the £3 charge if your shop costs less than £25.
If you'd like to choose what goes in your Christmas dinner yourself, then you should head to Aldi as it's been named the cheapest supermarket.
The discounter is also offering the Christmas turkey with a £9 bird.
Meanwhile, the Christmas dinner is set to be more expensive this year as gravy and stuffing prices have jumped by 30 per cent.
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