Adding sparkle to bonfire night with Nisa
Nisa is helping its retailers deliver great value this autumn with a raft of latest offers launched this week in time for bonfire night celebrations.
With deals landing in stores tomorrow (Wednesday 2nd November), there is a focus on favourite foods popular for the occasion as well as top tipples and sweet treats.
And because the 5th of November falls on a Saturday this year, it is expected more people will host at home events leading to greater opportunities for retailers to benefit from increased sales.
With a full range of dedicated POS to help create instore theatre, the perfect food for the occasion is available at competitive prices with Baker Street Hot Dog Rolls (4pk) and Baker Street Burger Buns (6pk) at £1 each, Ballards Toffee Apple and Ballards Fruit Chocolate Apple £1, Co-op Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce 55p per tin and Ye Old Oak Jumbo Hotdogs (6s) for £1.50.
To give the occasion a bit of extra sparkle, there are also great deals on a range of spirits including Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold at £16, Gordon’s Mediterranean Orange Flavoured Gin £16 and Jack Daniels at £18.
Meanwhile there is a choice of deals on large packs of beers and ciders including Kopperberg Mixed Fruit (10pk) priced at £11, Brewdog Punk IPA (8pk) £11 and Budweiser (10 x 440ml) at £12.20.
There is also a choice of soft drinks on promotion including Fanta Orange Zero (8pk) for £3.50 and Coke Regular (12pk) £7.
Jayne Brown, Trade and Seasonal Planning Manager at Nisa, said: “Almost two-thirds of shoppers buy in store for autumn events and our wide range of deals on foods consumers will be looking to buy means Nisa retailers can step up and become the destination store for their customers.
“Whether shoppers are hosting a back garden firework display or looking for a winter warmer before heading out to an organised event, they will find everything they need in their local Nisa store – conveniently located in the community and great value.”
The deals are available in participating stores from tomorrow (Wednesday 2nd November).