IF you’re planning to cook your dad a fry-up on Father’s Day then you might want to pop by Morrisons first for a meaty deal.
The “Mighty Meat Feast” costs £5, and it includes 620g of British meat (80p per 100g).
The deal includes 122g rump steak, 90g of lamb chops, 125g of pork chops, three sausages weighing 200g and two pieces of black pudding at 83g.
Morrisons says it’s been designed to be either a blowout breakfast or the daddy of all dinners.
The deal is available from Morrisons’ butcher counters across the country from today until Father’s Day on Sunday – June 16.
The supermarket has 493 stores across the UK. You can find your nearest one using its store locator tool.
Just be aware that it’s not the best meat deal for your money, if you’re counting the pennies.
The Sun has calculated the prices of all the items across the big four supermarkets and you don’t actually save money by picking up the deal, if calculated across the kg prices of packs similar in size.
For example, if you instead had bought the exact items individually at Sainsbury’s, you’d only have to pay £4.42 while you’d have to fork out £4.65 at Tesco, £4.73 at Asda and £4.99 at Morrisons.
Just keep in mind that that’s based on the exact pack sizes, and as you’re not able to buy the same ones, you’d have to pay £12.10 in total at Sainsbury’s.
That’d give you 225g rump steak, 190g of lamp chops, 240g of pork chops, 454g sausages and 230g of black pudding, but you could freeze the extra bits and save them for later.
None of the other major supermarkets are currently selling similar Father’s Day deals, although you can pick up a meat box weighing 2.3kg for £12 (52p per 100g) at Morrisons.
Marks & Spencer is also selling a box weighing 2.2kg for £40 (£1.82 per 100g).
Meanwhile, Aldi’s launched a massive 28oz rump steak for Father’s Day for £7.99, and it’s a bigger piece of meat than any other supermarket (£1.01 per 100g).
The 794g pieces of British meat have been matured for 21 days, and each one is big enough for four people.
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Earlier this year, Morrisons brought back its deal with enough meat for fourteen people for £10.
Iceland also sold FOUR meat joints for £10.
And last week, Aldi’s buns and veggie burgers came out on top of BBC Good Food’s taste test.
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