Founded in 1970, Iceland have over 800 locations in the UK and have an additional 50 stores in Europe, Malta, Libya and (ironically enough) Iceland. The supermarket won the Best Online Supermarket award in the Gold Grocer Awards 2017. More and more customers are buying their frozen groceries from Iceland online, and if you’re thinking of giving it a go too, you’ll be happy to know we have some very special deals right here at Groupon to save money on your Iceland basket.
Any perks or deals on the Iceland site I should keep an eye out for? At Groupon we have a wide range of discount codes for Iceland including:
• free delivery on orders over a certain price
• savings on the chilled and fresh range
• discounts on the BBQ range
• great savings on drinks
• discounts on weekly essentials for the cupboard
What products should I be looking for at Iceland? Enjoy gourmet ready meals with a range including lasagne, paella and traditional British classics like cottage pie, beef and dumplings. There are takeaway ready meals including Indian classics like jalfrezi and garlic chilli chicken, chicken tikka saag and chicken bhuna. There are also Chinese classics like sweet and sour chicken, chicken in black bean and aromatic noodles. You can even choose from a host of frozen rice types to complete your takeaway meal.
In the BBQ range there is a host of sausages, meats and burgers made from beef and lamb as well as chicken breasts, ribs, skewers, kebabs, pork loins and shoulders. There is also a range of vegetarian sausages and burgers. Add fresh salad, sauces and dips to make sure you have everything you need for your barbecue.
Iceland's fish range includes fish fingers, cod fillets, Atlantic salmon, king prawns, scampi, whitebait, mussels, tuna steaks, mackerel fillets and mixes for fish casseroles with squid, prawns, clams and hake. It’s one of the hidden gems of the Iceland site and where you’ll find great cuts of fish at market prices that are as fresh as you can get when you cook it.
The chicken range includes chicken nuggets and dippers made from 100% chicken breast, flavoured chicken strips, chicken burgers and classic chicken kievs.
Kangaroo for dinner? Feeling a little more adventurous? Then you can browse the speciality meat and fish range consisting of exotic meat and seafood including ostrich burgers and mince, tiger prawns, lobster, lean kangaroo burgers, high quality marbled Wagyu beef burgers, buffalo steaks, venison burgers, Belgian blue steaks and goat meat. It’ll make for quite a surprising dinner indeed.
Fancy waking up to the smell of freshly baked breakfast treats every morning? The underrated bakery offers a full range of white, brown and wholemeal breads, focaccia, ciabatta, brioche rolls, flatbreads, pan au chocolat, pan au raisins, fruit loaves, teacakes and scones, crumpets pancakes and muffins, wraps pittas and bagels that you take from the freezer and just pop in the oven. There is also an extensive range of cakes, cookies, cupcakes, pies and tarts for those with a sweet tooth who need a little treat after dinner.
Greggs in your kitchen Iceland also stocks a range of Greggs products with all your familiar favourites from the nation’s biggest bakers including:
• steak and cheese rolls
• cheese and onion bakes
• bacon and cheese wraps
• vegetables pasties
• scotch pies
• sausage rolls
• sausage and bean melts
It’s just like in the shop, but in the comfort of your own home.
What are the benefits of shopping for frozen food? Since way back in 3000 BC, when the Chinese used iced cellars to store food over the winter, humans have realised the preservative qualities of ice to keep perishables as fresh as possible. Thankfully modern advances in freezing have shown to keep more nutrients in food and even hold more nutrients than fresh produce. Frozen food taste tests were carried out with 32 UK chefs and in a blind taste test chefs found no difference in quality between fresh and frozen foods and in some cases found the frozen food products actually tasted better!
Frozen food causes less waste – It is estimated that up to 19% of all food purchased in the UK is thrown out and wasted. Frozen food helps you cut down on waste by allowing you to use exactly the amount you need, keeping the rest fresh. Frozen food can help you save money. Research has found that serving exactly the same menu can cost up to 24% less by using frozen ingredients compared to using fresh.
Iceland has always had a strong emphasis on quality and became the first British supermarket to remove artificial colours, flavourings, preservatives and MSG from its own-brand products in 1986. In 1990 they became the first British supermarket to ban mechanically recovered meat in all their own brand products. In 1998 they became the first food retailer in the world to ban genetically modified ingredients form all their own brand products and in 2006 they removed all trans-fats from their own branded products. This ground-breaking emphasis on quality makes Iceland pioneers in food quality.
What Iceland voucher codes are popular at Groupon right now? Popular discount codes and offers at Iceland include deals on great prices to stock up your cupboards, great prices on household goods, and deals on pizzas. We update our discount codes every day with the latest deals from Iceland.
How do I redeem my preferred Iceland voucher code? At Groupon we make it as easy as possible for you to make use of our voucher codes. Simply click on the voucher code you wish to use and click on the “shop now” button. When the offer has loaded, click on it and you will be redirected right to Iceland's site, where you'll be able to make use of our range of great money off offers.
How do I know when a voucher will expire? If you browse our voucher codes you'll notice that there are expiry dates on some discount codes. If you scroll to the bottom of our offers you'll find our expired codes. These are sometime worth giving a try to see if Iceland are still accepting them. If you see a voucher code that takes your fancy though, make use of it today because it might not be there tomorrow!