Poundland’s £3 meal deal – Is it worth it?

Poundland’s £3 meal deal – Is it worth it?

Poundland’s new meal deal is available across its 850 stores, offering an economical lunchtime option at just £3. This positions Poundland as the provider of the cheapest meal deal currently available, undercutting rivals such as Tesco, whose meal deal is now priced at £3.90, or £3.40 with a Clubcard.

The meal deal includes a main course, a drink, and a side, with over 400 items to choose from. Main course options include sandwiches, wraps, salads, sushi, and rolls. Sides range from pastries, chocolate, crisps, and fruit to meat trays. To complete the meal, customers can select from around 200 different drinks.

Poundland assures customers of high-quality food, sourced from well-known suppliers who also serve retailers like M&S. The meal deal range has been developed in collaboration with Greencore and On A Roll, a reputable sandwich supplier from the North East of England.

Head of chilled and frozen Kyle Storey told the Daily Mirror:

“Our mission here at Poundland has always been to provide our customers with the best possible value, without compromising on taste or quality. With our new meal deal, we’re not only offering an unbeatable price, but also ensuring that everyone can access a delicious and satisfying meal without the need for a plastic loyalty card.”

With this new offering, Poundland aims to provide a budget-friendly yet high-quality lunch option, setting itself apart from other high street choices with its competitive pricing and wide selection.

Is it worth it?

The snacks seem quite sizeable for a lunch and it seemed very popular as stock levels were quite low just before midday. Like most of these sort of deals it depends on if you have a local store within your travels and of course generally it’s still vastly cheaper to make your own lunches at home. What do you think? Have you tried it?

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