Tesco slashes Baileys 1litre bottles to £9.50 – and it's the cheapest price ever

TESCO has slashed the price of 1litre bottles of Bailey's to its cheapest price ever of £9.50 as supermarkets ramp up the boozy price war.

Shoppers will be able to bag the bottle of plonk from tomorrow and you'll be saving £10.50 – more than 50% – as it is usually costs £20.

However, the deal won't be around forever, and it's not available to all customers.

You'll only be able to get the discounted booze for a week as the deal ends on December 13.

The offer is also only available to Tesco Clubcard members, which means if you haven't signed up to the grocer's loyalty scheme, you can't get the deal.

The scheme means that you can get offers, discounts and vouchers to get your shopping for less.

You get one point for every £1 you spend in store or online, including F&F clothing, and one point for every £2 spent on fuel at the supermarket.

That means 150 points gets you a £1.50 voucher – you can sign up for the scheme on Tesco's website or in stores.

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To get the booze for less, Clubcard members need to tap their card or scan the QR code in the app at the checkout if they're shopping in stores.

If you're ordering online, the discount will be applied automatically.

Tesco is the latest supermarket to launch a massive offer on Baileys that challenges rival supermarket prices – and so far, its the best deal we've seen.

Over the weekend, Sainsbury's slashed the price of 1litre bottles of Bailey's to £10 – which means the cheaper deal, if you're a Clubcard member, is with Tesco.

While Morrisons also had a deal on in November where you could get the same bottle for £9.99 – but the offer ended on November 21.

When we compared prices, we saw that Asda was selling the same bottle for £12, while Aldi was selling its own version of the popular booze for £9.99.

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