BAILEYS fans will have noticed there’s a new flavour on the shelves, Red Velvet Baileys – and here’s how shoppers can get one for just £5.
Currently available in many UK supermarkets, the latest flavour is now available after a successful launch in the States.
Baileys says the drink tastes like “cake in a bottle” thanks to the blend of Baileys Original Irish Cream, and the flavours of red velvet – chocolate cake, cream cheese frosting, and a hint of cocoa powder.
The 700ml bottle is priced at £16, and is available online and in store at most major supermarkets now.
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But thanks to this great cashback deal shoppers will be able to bag a bottle for just £5 – although you may find this price differs from supermarket to supermarket.
Claiming is easy, simply buy your chosen beverage and then submit your receipt to TopCashback to get £11 cash back.
The deal is only available to those over 18, and is sadly not available in Scotland.
The cashback bonus will also only be available for new members or those with no previous purchases or cashback.
For the deal to work shoppers will need to spend a minimum of £11, and will be awarded for drink purchases from any UK stores. Shoppers have until March 22 to claim, or until the redemption limit of 2,500 has been hit.
For the snap and save deal to work the following details must be clearly visible on the photo of your receipt:
- The date and time of purchase
- The retailer name
- The item purchased that’s eligible for cashback
To see the full terms and conditions click here.
Baileys has launched other limited edition flavours in the past, such as strawberries and cream. And last October, it launched a new permanent salted caramel flavour in the UK.
Love a fruit twist? You can now get pineapple jaffa cakes in Morrisons.
In other snack news, Walkers have released giant Wotsits, which are twice the size of the original crisps, in two flavours.
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