Iceland unveil Christmas range for 2021 and you can save £8 off your shop with this code… – The Sun

FROZEN food specialist Iceland has unveiled its new Christmas food range for 2021 – and it all looks so tasty.
Savvy online shoppers can save on their festive food shop with this exclusive discount code from Sun Vouchers below.
Shoppers looking to stock up early can score £8 off their shop when spending £50 or more on the Iceland website.
The deal, which is running until October 22, is open to all new online customers via Sun Vouchers.
Brits will be able to sample over 200 Christmas products from Iceland this year, and for the first time the chain has created a dedicated Christmas food hub online.
The range, priced from £1.89, features plenty of crowd-pleasers for those who are hosting over the festive period.
Expect party food favourites like delicious Mini Lasagne Bites, tasty Luxury Mac & Cheese Tarts and King Prawns in Blankets – a twist on a a Christmas classic.
There are also lots of vegetarian and vegan options within the range too, including a delicious No Bull Beef Wellington made with seasoned soya topped with caramelised onions, which is encased in puff pastry.
It's the perfect hero item for your non-meat eating guests to enjoy tucking into on the big day.
Other highlights include the return of the chain's Luxury Extra Tasty Turkey Crown and Luxury Mac & Cheese Tart made with a creamy vintage cheddar cheese sauce.
Items from the Christmas range have already started to launch online and in stores as the chain aims to help shoppers get organised ahead of the peak festive season.
Shoppers can sign up for alerts when new products go on sale too, so you don't have to worry about missing out on key items to make your Christmas dinner complete.
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