Hungry Britons can get a fry for as little as £ 1.87 at 406 Morrisons cafes across the country.
The deal begins August 30 (bank holiday Monday) and ends September 26.
Four options are offered under the agreement.
The cheapest option is a breakfast for £ 1.87, down from £ 3.75, and includes a sausage, bacon, fried egg, grilled tomato, baked beans and toast.
A full English breakfast will set you back £ 2.75, up from £ 5.50, and you’ll get extra bacon and sausage along with mushrooms, black pudding and hash browns.
You can get a full vegetarian breakfast for £ 2.75, for £ 5.50, which includes two vegan sausages, avocado, fried egg, mushrooms, grilled tomato, hash browns, broad beans. with bacon and toast.
For the same price, you can get a vegan breakfast, which doesn’t include the fried egg.
The offer is available all day, and not just at breakfast.
You can find out where your nearest Morrisons cafe is by using the supermarket’s store locator.
Cafe opening hours may vary, but most open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Morrisons isn’t the only store with inexpensive food deals right now.
Tesco supermarkets in Asda have deals where kids can eat for free during summer vacation in cafes.
But you’ll have to act quickly because some of these offers expire on September 1st.
Here’s what time Morrisons opens on this statutory holiday Monday.
The supermarket is also giving its staff the day after Christmas this year to thank their hard work.
The Sun also tested the supermarket’s pizza against its main competitors.