Sausages, steak and wings! Woolworths launches MASSIVE sale on meat prior to Father's Day – but you better be fast
- Supermarket giant Woolworths launches sale on fresh meat before Father's Day
- The sale offers everything you need to create the ultimate barbecue spread
- Shoppers can get a pack of sausages and hamburgers for $ 8
Supermarket giant Woolworths has launched a huge sale of fresh meat before Father's Day – but be quick.
The supermarket chain has released its weekly catalog and offers families everything they need to create the ultimate barbecue spread on Sunday, September 1.
Australian shoppers can get a pack of sausages and hamburgers for $ 8, marinated chicken wings for $ 7 kg, and leg of lamb for $ 20 kg.
Supermarket giant Woolworths has launched a sale on fresh meat for Father's Day
Buy Woolworth's best father's day
- Sausages and beef patties 1kg – $ 8
- Pork strips – $ 10 / kg
- Marinated chicken wings – $ 7 / kg
- Dull leg of lamb – $ 20 / kg
For half the price, home cooks can buy pork slices for $ 10 per kilo and marinate with a pot of $ 4.50 barbecue sauce from Sweet Baby Ray.
If you fancy seafood, there are marinated garlic shrimp for just $ 24 per kilo – and for just $ 6 you can buy two six-pack jumbo-sized sandwiches.
To add a fresh side to the table, you can get a & # 39; Kaleslaw & # 39; kit for $ 4.50 or a pre-made creamy pasta salad for just $ 6.50.
And to finish the weekend celebration, you can also get a mud cake decorated with Father's Day for $ 6.
If you want to surprise the man in your life, you can treat him to a rich breakfast in bed
If you want to surprise the man in your life, you can treat him to a rich breakfast in bed.
The sale includes short-cut bacon for $ 11, a pack of hash browns for $ 3.30, a dozen free-range eggs for $ 4.20, four-pack croissants for $ 2.50 and baked beans for $ 2.50.
Other items for sale are two liters of juice for $ 3, Swiss cheese slice for $ 4, a 400g Moccona coffee for $ 16, 1 kg of Nutella for $ 10 and White Wings pancake mix for $ 2.
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