Morrisons halves the price of its cafe breakfast fry-ups for a month

One of the most popular supermarket breakfasts in the country is being slashed in price by a half for a month.

Morrisons is cutting the costs of its much-loved cooked breakfasts by 50 per cent for four weeks at all cafes across the UK from Bank Holiday Monday, reports the Daily Record.

This means you can treat yourself to a fry-up with sausage, bacon, fried egg, grilled tomato, baked beans and toast for £1.87.

For those looking for the full works including mushrooms, black pudding and hashbrowns as well as extra sausages and bacon then Morrisons Full English Breakfast is now £2.75 along with the Veggie or Vegan Breakfast options.

Morrisons breakfasts are available all day every day and the offer is valid in all 406 Morrisons cafes across the UK from Monday, August 30, until Sunday, September 26.

Ali Lyons, Head of Cafes at Morrisons, said: “A traditional cooked breakfast has long been a Great British treat. As the nation returns to work and school we wanted to offer our customers a hearty meal, at an unbeatable price, to ensure they are setting themselves up for the day.”

Ali added: “Many of our customers are key workers and don’t work traditional office hours, so we’ve made sure that the discount is valid all day so no matter what time you’re eating breakfast, customers can take advantage of the offer in our cafes.”

Morrisons recently introduced a brand new menu and has invested heavily in coronavirus safety measures including screens and a contactless ‘Order & Pay’ app. For more information and to see the cafe menu, visit the Morrisons website here.

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