WITH under 40 days to go until Christmas, people are starting to stock up on their festive essentials in time for the holidays.
A bottle of Baileys will usually set you back £22 though some supermarkets have made their own versions if you’re looking for a dupe.
Shoppers looking for the cheapest bottle of the original creamy liquor should head to Costco this week, if they’re members.
The warehouse chain is selling the bottles for just £9.49 until the end of today, November 15.
Asda has slashed the price of the bottle by more than 40%. Instead of paying £22, you can get a whole bottle for just £13.
However, Asda isn’t the only one with a bargain Baileys deal at the moment.
Morrisons also have the creamy liqueur down to £13 online and in-store.
However, you’ll want to be fast with this one as the deal expires on December 17.
Tesco’s £22 Baileys is now down to £13 with a Clubcard but you will need to be even faster with this one as the deal expires on December 11.
Ocado is also selling the bottles for £13, instead of £22.
Some supermarkets are selling bottles of Baileys at the standard retail price.
In Waitrose, for example, a 700ml litre bottle will still set you back £17.
Whereas Co-op has the same size bottle for a little cheaper at £13.50.
Iceland has the 700ml currently priced at £15.
Bear in mind prices can vary from one day to the next and items can go on a deal at any point, especially during the festive season.
There might be a chance to get a bottle of Baileys even cheaper before Christmas although there is no guarantee.
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