Supercool celebs David and Victoria Beckham are forking out £30,000 on their New Year’s Eve bash.
But you don’t have to spend it like the Beckhams to make your occasion extra special.
In fact you can party like it’s 1999 — that’s 19 POUNDS 99 — with our pick of bargain fizz and nibbles.
The supermarkets are stacked with party food and drink to keep your guests going into the early hours of the New Year, with the all-important bubbly to toast the start of 2019 available for less than £20.
Here are our top party food picks from the supermarkets.
If this is your local supermarket then you’re in for a treat. There’s some delicious party food to please every member of the family — especially Japanese-inspired skewers and moreish bites.
Buy two for £3 on a selection of party food including yakitori Chicken Sticky Skewers, £1.59 and BBQ Pulled Pork Bites, £1.99.
Wash them down with a drop of Cava Rosado Brut, reduced from £5.99 to £4.99.
There are real bargains to be had at Tesco this year, with three for two on a great selection, with the cheapest item free.
We think its Finest Chicken and Chorizo Paella Bites, at £4 for 12, will really impress your guests, and who doesn’t love profiteroles?
Tesco has a Profiterole Stack of 32 of the tasty treats for £4.50, down from £6.
And for a toast to 2019, it is offering Cava Freixenet for £8, down from £11.
Some classics here too, plus a temptingly tasty any-three-for-£6 deal on party food — ten Tempura King Prawns and Breaded Garlic Mushrooms are must-haves at any New Year’s Eve party, and are both £2.50.
And it’s worth raising a glass of its Campo Viejo Cava, down from £12 to £9.
Asda has reduced loads of party food this year, with amazing platters to feed a big family or lots of friends.
Treat them right with Asda’s huge chicken or dessert platters. An 80-piece Chicken Platter is down from £5 to £4, and a 50-piece Dessert Platter is also now £4.
Celebrate your savings with a nice bottle of Moet Imperial Brut, reduced from £29 to £26.
For an impressive party spread, try the store’s posh platter of cured meats and some veggie spring rolls at amazing prices.
Its Taste The Difference Perfect Pairing Platter is down from £10 to £8, and ten Vegetable Spring Rolls are reduced from £1.80 to £1.
Even tastier, Landric Champagne Brut is £20, down by a fiver.
The store’s four-for-three deal on party food means you won’t have to share.
Twelve Ham And Cheese Croquettes are £5, Satay Chicken Skewers are £7 and for more cheers, there’s a tempting £8 off Charles Lecouvey Champagne Brut, down from £23.99 to £15.99.
Mini pies are party perfect and Prosecco is always a winner.
M&S is offering a buy-one-get-one-half-price deal on party food, with 12 Mini Steak and Chicken Pie Selection or 12 Duck Spring Rolls for £5.50.
M&S Prosecco is £11.29, or two for £20.
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