B&M is selling bottles of TGI Fridays passion fruit martini mix so you can enjoy the tipple from the comfort of your own home.
The fruity pre-mixed cocktail can be drunk straight after being poured into your glass as all of the hard work has been done for you.
In fact, the instructions on the bottle say that it's best served chilled in a martini glass.
The 500ml bottles contain 500ml of the mix which serves four glasses of the tipple.
The gin and vermouth-based drink also contains 10 per cent ABV and a whole bottle is five alcohol units. Men and women are advised not to drink more than 14 units a week.
The drink is also made with a lower ABV than you'd get in a bottle of straight gin, which is around 37.5 per cent, because it's already been mixed with 11 per cent juice.
The cocktail is free from artificial colours and flavouring.
The bottle of plonk was spotted by an Extreme Couponing & Bargains UK deals hunter at B&M who saw it for sale for £5.
You'll be getting a decent deal on the drink too, considering cocktails can cost around the £8.25 mark at TGI Fridays restaurants.
The drink isn't new, it actually launched in supermarkets two years ago, but a fiver is the cheapest price we've seen it being sold for yet.
Tesco currently sells the tipple for £6 so you'll be saving £1 by heading to B&M. You can find your nearest store by using the locator tool here.
You can actually save money by ditching the TGI Friday brand and opting for the All Shook Up passion fruit Martini box from Tesco instead.
It contains 2.25 litres of the cocktail and is currently on offer for £10 down from £12.
Even though you'l have to spend more upfront, it works out £2.23 per 500ml, or £2.77 cheaper than the bottle from B&M.
Of course, before buying alcohol you should remember to be DrinkAware.
You can also pick up cocktails in a can from Tesco and they only cost £1.25 each.
In fact, pornstar martinis have been voted the nation's favourite cocktail – and you can even get them delivered to your door.
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