IF you’re staying in for Valentine’s Day, a bottle of fizz is sure to go down well with your significant other - and there's a way to impress your date without breaking the bank.
Retailers usually reduce the prices twice a year – at Christmas and around Valentine’s Day - so now’s the best time to stock up.
Want to pop some fizz? Here's a run-down of the top bubbly deals available right now
But with loads offers out there, it can easily get confusing.
The Sun Online looked at prices of Cava, Prosecco and Champagne (branded and non branded) using MySupermarket.com to find out who is selling the cheapest bubbly.
We also asked Tesco, Sainsbury's, Waitrose, Asda M&S, Morrisons, Co-op as well as Lidl and Aldi to send us what they thought were their best deals.
Of course, our data doesn’t take into account the quality of the alcohol so that may be reflected in the price.
It's also worth noting that prices change rapidly in the run-up to February 14 - so the best offer today might change by tomorrow.
We will continue updating the article as we get closer to Valentine's Day.
The cheapest non branded champagne - Aldi Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut - and Lidl Champagne AOP Brut Comte de Senneval - £10.99 each
Aldi and Lidl have gained popularity for selling quality fizz at a bargain price.
The award-winning champagne from Aldi, which is available in stores and online now, costs slightly more than a tenner.
It is blended from a complex and elegant mix of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes, before being carefully aged in cellars to create its unique and beautiful taste.
The bargain supermarket claims a chilled glass of this fizz is ideal to celebrate precious memories with a loved one.
For the same price, you can also pick up Lidl's Champagne AOP Brut Comte de Senneva.
Pour a glass and enjoy a sweet, floral nose and clean fruit taste.
It's worth noting, that if you're willing to spend a little more Marks and Spencer is running 20 per cent off discount several sparklings and a half price off Champagne.
So you could get the retailer's Abel Charlot Brut, with creamy lemon shortbread aromas and smooth, lush caramelised hazelnut flavours, for £17 down from £34.
The cheapest branded champagne - Lanson Black Label Brut Champagne - Tesco and Waitrose - £24
If you're looking for a more established brand, you can get a bottle of Lanson Black Label for £24 at Tesco or Waitrose down from £32.
Both retailers are running discounts on booze in the run-up to Valentine's Day.
It's worth noting that Tesco's offer is available until February 14 only, while Waitrose's deal will continue until the 20th.
The next cheapest bottle we found was at Sainsbury's for £30.
Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial Non Vintage Champagne - £27 at Sainsbury's
If you want to impress your date on Valentine's date, a posh bottle of Moët & Chandon should do the trick.
Created from more than 100 different wines, the Moët Imperial style is distinguished by a bright fruitiness with notes of green apple and white flowers
And you can now get it for a discount price at Sainsbury's, which is selling a 75cl bottle for £27 down from £35.
The retailer's offer will be available until February 14.
Veuve Cliquot Label NV Champagne, £34 at Tesco
The leading champagne house of Veuve Clicquot sees constant popularity for its famous bubbly.
And you can now get a small discount at Tesco, which is selling the tipple for £34 down from £39 right until Valentine's Day.
The luxurious champagne is also available at Morrisons and Asda for £39.
Tattinger Brut Reserve NV Champagne - £35 at Morrisons and Asda
Taittinger is one of the few Champagne houses still owned and managed by the family whose name appears on the label.
Unfortunately, we haven't spotted any discount on the cult bottle just yet.
So the cheapest you can get comes from Asda and Morrisons with both retailers selling it for £35.
Bollinger Special Cuvée Brut - £31.50 at Waitrose
Bollinger is famous for its consistency of style, structure and aromatic complexity.
You can now get the posh bottle for a discounted £31.50, down from a heftier £42 from Waitrose.
In case you missed it higher up, the posh retailer is running up to 25 per cent discount on bubbly until February 20.
The next cheapest is sold at Tesco for a discounted £32 until Valentine's Day.
The cheapest Prosecco - Lidl Prosecco Treviso DOC Frizzante £5.25
Often regarded as Champagne’s younger, cheaper cousin, Prosecco has gained in popularity over the last few years.
Recent figure from The Grocer revealed that the average price of a bottle has fallen by 23p to £6.76 this year boosted by falling prices from bargain retailers Lidl and Aldi.
And, according to our research, Lidl still has the cheapest fizz on offer, with its bottle of Treviso Doc Frizzante selling for £5.25.
Frizzante means that this is not quite as fizzy as Prosecco Spumante, but it is still lively and moreish.
Aldi is close behind it rival with its bottle of Belletti Prosecco Spumante DOC available for £5.99.
It's worth noting that you can't get them online so you'll have to make a trip to the store.
Surprisingly, the next cheapest comes from posh supermarket Waitrose.
Its Balliamo Italia Prosecco Brut NV is now available online and in stores for a discounted £7.99 down from £11.99 (until February 20).
Cava is a lot more affordable than prosecco or champagne, and can sometimes be a delight, like these ones from budget stores Aldi and Lidl that cost just £4.95.
It is followed closedly by the Montcadi Cava Brut from Morrisons, which the retailer describes as fresh and zesty - it costs £5.50.
Last but not least, Waitrose is also offering its own Cava Brut, Castillo Perelada for £6.99 instead of £9.49 until February 20.
How to get the best deal on your prosecco
BEFORE buying your fizz, make sure you’re getting the best deal possible with these tips.
- Look for vouchers on money saving websites like Vouchercloud and HotUKDeals who list deals you can hand over to retailers.
- Check sites like MySupermarket to check if you can get the same bottle cheaper in any other supermarket. You can also see when products were on offer to see if you’re getting the best deal.
- Keep an eye out for discounts, offers and reduced prices.
- Check online and in stores to see if the supermarket is offering a special deal if you shop at one or the other.