Aldi launch £4 Valentine’s Day meal deal for couples on a budget

Aldi has unveiled a first look at its Valentine's Day meal deal options, which are perfect for lovebirds on a tight budget.

The meals will be available to shop from February 10 and shoppers can indulge in the tasty menu options for less than £4 per person. What's not to love about that?

Don't be mistaken, the budget meal options by no means compromise on quality, with sumptuous steak and chips or oysters (well known for being aphrodisiacs) for seafood lovers all included.

We love the sound of the £5.99 heart-shaped Scottish Salmon Encroute made with Chardonnay Dill and West Country Cheddar.

For couples with a sweet tooth, the Specially Selected White Chocolate and Raspberry Cheesecake Slices (£1.99 for two slices) will be hard to resist.

It doesn't feel like a Valentine's Day without bubbles, so Aldi shoppers can also pick up a bottle of Prosecco Frizzante for a wallet-friendly £3.99 too.

The cheapest meal combination from the Aldi selection comes in at just £7.47, which is less than £3.73 per person.

The affordable food deals come at a great time and as strong contenders against rival supermarket offers, including Sainsbury's £20 Valentine's Meals and Morrisons £15 offer.

We've listed a few combinations to go for below and you can check the full by visiting the Aldi website.

Aldi Valentine’s Day Menu options

Steak and Chips

  • Wet aged Sirloin Steaks with Pink Peppercorn Butter 2 pack – £6.49

  • Triple Cooked Chips with Beef Dripping – £1.99

  • Mini Pancakes – £1.49

Total for two – £9.97

Seafood Lovers

  • 6 Scottish Oysters – £3.99

  • Scottish Salmon Encroute Chardonnay, Dill & West Country Cheddar – £5.99

  • Vegetable Medley – £1.99

Total for two – £11.97

Lovers on a budget

  • Duck Breast with Plum Sauce 2 pack – £3.49
  • Potato Dauphinoise – £1.99
  • White Chocolate and Raspberry Cheesecake 2 pack – £1.99

Total for two – £7.47

Looking for more meal suggestions for Valentine's Day? Check out some of the available offerings at top supermarkets including Marks and Spencer, Morrisons and Sainsbury's.

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