Iceland is selling £5 pizza deal with free wine – but only if you shop online

Iceland shoppers who head online can pick up a pizza meal deal – and it includes free booze.

The £5 pizza meal deal is available on a selection of Dr. Oetker Ristorante pizzas and includes a freebie bottle of wine, or an alternative bottle of soft drink if you’re teetotal.

Shoppers simply choose two pizzas and a drink from the eligible items online at and in a few clicks dinner for one night this week will be sorted.

Among the wines featured in the offer is the Echo Falls Summer Berries for anyone who likes a fruity tipple and Kumala Cape’s classic white or red options.

The value for money offer is only running for a week and ends on 7 October but shoppers can only claim it by ordering online.

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There’s a £25 minimum order for online deliveries, but if you’re a new online Iceland customer you can get £5 off your first £40 spend using the ICE5OFF409VRGJM code at checkout on .

The low-cost supermarket chain was recently crowned ‘"online supermarket of the year" in the annual Retail Industry Awards but caused a stir when it recently launched ready made scrambled eggs – a UK supermarket first.

The pre-made scrambled eggs costs £1.50 per pack – around the same price as a standard pack of eggs.

Speaking about the new product, Iceland’s Head Chef Neil Nugent said: “Convenience and quality is fundamental to all of Iceland’s dishes, even simple ones likes scrambled egg. It’s really easy for our customers to cook at work with limited resources on offer, or those needing a speedy breakfast at home."

The dish is made using British free range eggs with a little seasoning and is cooked in just 90 seconds.

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