ALDI is selling huge packs of chicken breasts that costs £3.99 for one kilogram of meat.
The discounter reckons the meat packs serve a family of six, making each portion worth 67p.
Each bag contains four to six chicken breasts depending on how much each of them weigh.
The British Ash Valley Chicken Breast Portions has the Red Tractor stamp of approval too which means that they're sustainably sourced.
The same size pack of chicken from Sainsbury's will set you back £5.30 so you'll be saving £1.31 by switching to Aldi.
But if you're not fussed by fresh poultry, you can save another 49p on a pack of frozen fillets from Tesco which costs £3.50.
The chicken is being stocked as an Aldi Specialbuy which means they won't be restocked once they're gone.
It's not the first time the supermarket has sold the bargain breasts – they last stocked them for £3.99 in June.
Shoppers can pick up a pack in stores from today although they're not available to buy online.
You can find your nearest store by using the shop locator here.
Shoppers have also praised Aldi for it's fish burgers which they claim taste like McDonald's'filet-o-fish.
YouTube star Sopherina pitted Aldi food against big brands in a blind taste test and the budget one often came out on top.
If you're looking for ways to cut down your supermarket shopping bill then check out our guide.
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