The supermarket is selling a whopping 19-piece full English breakfast for £5 in celebration of Black Friday, or as Morrisons have aptly called it - Black Fry-day.
The 19-piece list includes: three sausages, three rashers of bacon, three hash browns, baked beans, mushrooms, two halves of tomato, two fried eggs, two slices of black pudding and two half slices of fried bread.
Not bad, not bad at all.
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Morrisons’ stores will be partaking in Black Friday in a bigger way than just a fry-up (although we’re all in agreement that that’s a great place to start).
The supermarket is expected to slash prices throughout the store on 29 November, which is the UK’s “official” Black Friday.
Many brands have already dropped the discounts, namely Amazon, which launched its biggest ever Black Friday sale on 22 November.
The online retail giant’s sale extravaganza will reach fever pitch tomorrow, along with a whole host of other well-known brands.
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Black Friday might be a US import, but it’s gathering momentum year-on-year. It’s no longer just one day of deals but rather an entire week.
Morrisons is sticking to the one day for it’s Black Fry-Day breakfast deal. If you’re not keen on shopping the sales from anywhere else but your bed (we hear you), you can still go and grab a full English in store without buying anything.
As far as the rest of Morrisons deals go, we know the supermarket chain has already slashed a third off of some champagne prices as well as offering savings on fuel, Christmas decorations, food and prosecco.
There’s already £2 off its award-winning own-brand prosecco which is down from £10 to £8. Earlier in the year the prosecco was £8, though, so this deal probably isn’t exclusive to Black Friday.
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If it’s Christmas booze you’re looking to stock up on, perhaps one of the best offers Morrisons is running at the moment is its magnum of prosecco for £10. Shoppers are only allowed one per person at this price and it’ll run throughout the store’s Black Friday sale only.
You’re going to need the extra strength from the fry-up to carry that magnum of prosecco to the car.
There are plenty of other deals to take advantage of if a vat of prosecco isn’t your thing. There’s 30% off all Christmas decorations and new deals being added to the website daily.
Speaking about the full-English, Helen Tordoff, head of cafes at Morrisons, said: “We know Black Friday shopping can take a lot out of customers and hope that this Black Fry-Day Breakfast will keep hangry-ness at bay and fuel them through the highs and lows of the big day,”
“We’re proud to offer deals our customers want and bid them happy bargain-hunting this Black Friday.”