Where to Get the Cheapest Christmas Dinner in 2017
Christmas is here, and whether you love it or hate it there, are certain responsibilities that Christmas forces upon all of us. Getting a Christmas tree, decorating your house, having a mad dash around the shopping centre at 4PM on Christmas eve and laying out mince pies for Santa (dad).
But there is one task that, it could be argued, outstrips them all in terms of importance; a responsibility so large that many would say it is the cornerstone of a successful Christmas: The Christmas dinner.
There are so many different combinations that it would be impossible to work through them all, so we’ve put together a list of your Christmas staples for 4 people, and where you can get the best deal.
2 bags of Maris Piper Potatoes - £3.42
Turkey - £23
2 packs of baby top Carrots - £4
2 bags Brussel Sprouts - £2
8 pigs in blankets - £3.29
Waitrose champagne - £17.49
2 packs of Maris piper potatoes - £4
Turkey - £14
3 packs of baby carrots - £1
2 packs of brussels sprouts – 58p
10 Pigs in blankets - £2.50
Tesco finest champagne - £19
2 packs Maris piper potatoes - £4
Turkey - £19.50
2 packs of baby carrots - £2.60
2 packs of brussels sprouts - £2
12 pigs in blankets - £3
Sainsbury’s Blanc De Noirs champagne - £16
2 packs of roast potatoes in goose fat - £3.58
2 packs honey and roasted parsnips - £3.58
2 packs brussels sprouts £3.98
Pigs in blankets - £2.19
Champagne Cuvee Brut - £7.99
2 packs Oaklands mini roasts – 59p
2 packs Oaklands carrots – 59p
2 packs Oaklands brussels sprouts – 59p
12 pigs in blankets - £1.49
Comte de Senneval Champagne Brut - £10.99
As you can Lidl comes out the winner, so if your looking for a Christmas dinner on a budget, then there’s only one choice.