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Where to buy bottles of champagne

If you are planning on splashing out on some bubbly, then it is worthwhile doing your research first. Depending on how many bottles of wine and champagne you need, it is a good idea to contact a local supermarket or an off-license to make an inquiry about a bulk order. Many stores will offer you a discount if you are buying a decent quantity.This article details out where to buy bottles of champagne.

Champagne as gifts

If you are planning a wedding or a christening and you would like to give mini bottles of wine and champagne to your guests to mark the occasion, it is possible to have a small note and the date of the occasion printed on the bottle. Luxurious gifts As wedding favours, small bottles of champagne are popular and somewhat a luxurious choice of gift for your guests. If you are planning on doing this, then you can check out websites like Dinkydrinksminatures.co.uk and Justminiatures.co.uk. These websites offer competitive prices for bulk orders. High Street shops However, if you are planning to buy champagne for a wedding or other celebrations, and you would like to stock up on it, then High Street stores like Tesco.co.uk and Marksandspencer.co.uk offer decent deals, providing you are buying at least six bottles or more.

Other places to check out

Champagneuk.com Websites such as Champagneuk.com offer a next day delivery service within the UK, provided that the champagne of your choice is currently in stock. Their champagne delivery service ensures that all orders received before 3.30 pm will be delivered the next day. Variety of different sizes The website also stocks a variety of different sizes ranging from mini, half bottles, bottles, Magnums, Jeroboams, Methuselah and Nebuchadnezzar. The website also stocks a wide variety of champagne-based gifts which come in pleasant gift boxes, and they also have a section for special offers in which it is possible to snap up a few bargains. Saturday delivery rate Their Saturday delivery rate comes in at £35 ( price seen on Champagneuk.com as of 01.08.11). However, if you are available to take in your order on a weekday, then you will save yourself a lot of money as just the delivery costs £7.95 (price seen on Champagneuk.com as of 01.08.11). The website stocks every variety of champagne in every available size and is a definite port of call if you are looking to buy a lot of champagne, either for gifts or for your guests at a party.

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