// Morrisons are helping families dine out on a budget this Mother’s Day with its ‘Pocket Money Menu’
// Every item on the menu is priced at 99p or less, meaning kids can spoil their mum without having to break the piggy bank
Morrisons has launched a special Mother’s Day menu with all items priced at less than 99p so that this year kids can treat mum with their pocket money.
The supermarket chain has launched its ‘Pocket Money Menu’ in all cafes across Scotland and the UK.
Included on the menu is a variety of mum’s favourite dishes including tea, coffee, toasted teacakes and crumpets.
- Watchdog warns Morrisons takeover could push up petrol prices
- Morrisons hires advisers to consider options for McColl’s
- Morrisons joins Aldi to offer Ukrainian refugees jobs
The special menu will be running up until this Mothering Sunday, March 27 and according to RoosterMoney, the average pocket money for 4-10 year olds is £4.12 per week, making the new pocket friendly café menu budget friendly for little shoppers to spoil their mum.
Morrisons’ Head of Café, Ali Lyons, adds, “Mums are always finding ways to brighten our day. We hope that our 99p Pocket Money Menu will help sons and daughters to show mum their appreciation and spend some quality time together.”
In addition to the new pocket money menu, Morrison’s has also relaunched its ‘Feed the Family’ deal for just £10 across all cafes in Scotland and the UK.