WHATEVER your team, we can all win big during the Euros with the great deals on food, drink, TVs and more.
Supermarkets, fast food chains and delivery apps are laying on offers to keep us fed and watered while watching games at home.
Here are some of the best deals, plus some top refreshments and more.
SAUSAGE ROLLS FOR GOALS: The day after a goal is scored in a match played over here, Greggs will offer free sausage rolls to Just Eat customers.
Order £5-plus of Greggs via Just Eat’s app and add a sausage roll or vegan sausage roll to your basket.
The discount will be applied automatically.
PIZZA DEAL AND MEET SHEARER: Order Pizza Hut’s Legend Bundle for the chance to win a meet-and-greet with Three Lions great Alan Shearer.
The £28.99 bundle includes two large pizzas, two classic sides, a dessert and a 1.5-litre drink, saving up to 48 per cent.
Plus, you could get to meet the legendary striker and top scorer of Euro ’96.
FREE VINDALOO: To mark the re-release of Nineties footie anthem Vindaloo (starring Danny Dyer), Deliveroo is giving away 15,000 codes, for £7.50 credit apiece.
From now until Euro 2020 ends, customers can use the code DELIVEROOYOURVINDALOO on a minimum £15 spend.
The offer is first come, first served — so act fast.
PIZZA MEAL FOR A FIVER: Feed the family for a fiver in time for Wales-Italy this afternoon.
Iceland’s Big Night In pizza bundle features two Goodfella’s pizzas, a bag of potato wedges, a Birds Eye side and a litre tub of Carte D’Or vanilla ice cream for £5, today only.
From tomorrow, get two Chicago Town stuffed-crust pizzas and four bottles of Budweiser or eight cans of Pepsi for £5.
MIX-AND-MATCH LARGE PACKS: Stock up on your favourite beer at Asda with deals on large packs.
Various ten to 15-packs including Stella Artois and Strongbow are on offer at three-for-£21.
You can also get ten-20 packs of lagers including Birra Moretti and Kronenbourg at two for £20.
For the most bang for your buck, grab two 18-packs of Carling, Strongbow, Bud Light or Carlsberg.
All the supermarkets have deals on multipacks, so flick through their ads in The Sun each morning to see who has the best price on your favourite.
£20 FREE BET: New Paddy Power customers can get a £20 risk-free first bet on any sportsbook market for the duration of the Euros.
Sign up and place your bet. If you don’t win, Paddy Power will refund your money.
Your first bet must be at least £20 — and that is the maximum refund you will get.
See the Sports section at thesun.co.uk for latest betting offers. And gamble responsibly.
WIN A TV: Upgrade your screen to experience the Euros in all their glory.
Currys PC World is giving football fans a one-in-20 chance to win their money back on any 55in-plus TV from brands including LG, Samsung and Sony.
The promo runs until June 29.
To be in with a chance, enter your details and the receipt number for your new TV at curryswinyourtv.co.uk between 32 and 42 days after your purchase.
Savvy Kemal is daddy of savers
A MONEY-smart dad says he will save his two young sons £320,000 by teaching them how to shop savvy.
Kemal Poleon is a seasoned bargain-hunter with a rule that he shops for uncomplicated products that are good value, saving more than £2,500 a year.
The 40-year-old, from Oxford, believes the knowledge is the best thing he can pass down to his boys, aged five and three, and on Father’s Day he is urging other dads to do similar.
In a survey by phone and broadband provider Plusnet, 77 per cent of dads said it is important to teach their kids the value of money, while 63 per cent said they plan to pass down savings tips.
Kemal saves £100 a year by shopping around for gas and electricity using Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’s automated switching service.
He also shops out of season, picking up Christmas goodies when at their cheapest.
When he spots a good deal on clothes, he buys multiple sizes for his growing children, saving £250 a year.
He also makes extra cash by bulk- buying deals and reselling on eBay.
He said: “Recently in Tesco I spotted printer cartridges for £2. I ended up spending £36 on 18 cartridges and put them all on eBay. I sold three packs at £18 each, so I’m already in profit.
“It comes down to effort – I don’t want to be spending my weekends on eBay to make £10 but if I can buy five and make £50, it’s worth it.”
Kemal also makes £150 a year from TopCashback, which allows you to claim a percentage of purchases back from retailers.
He saved £600 in a year by switching his mobile phone and broadband contracts.
By having his mobile SIM-only plan and broadband with Plusnet, he pays just £6 for unlimited calls and texts plus 6GB of mobile data, and £21.99 for unlimited fibre broadband, compared to the UK combined average of £75.
He said: “I’ve had Plusnet’s mobile package for four years but added my broadband in November because I was paying £3 per month more for slower speeds with TalkTalk. Now I’m getting ten times the speed for a lower price.”
Kemal saves a total of £2,500 a year on bills. If his sons followed his tips from age 18, they would save £160,000 each over their life. Kemal said: “Online price-comparison and deals sites put control in the hands of the consumer. Having kids also made me realise a couple of things. I’m not so able to fritter money and I want to set an example.”
Sam Calvert at Plusnet said: “We urge dads to follow Kemal’s lead and shop for simple, value products.”
FAMILIES who use food banks can get free internet and phone services with a new Vodafone scheme.
A million people will enjoy a year’s phone access plus a handset, 20GB of data and unlimited texts and calls.
The Trussell Trust, which provides emergency food to needy families, will use its 1,300 centres to distribute SIM cards.
Vodafone chief Ahmed Essam said: “Over the past year, people have realised how important connectivity is, and the role it plays in work, play, education, healthcare and keeping in touch with those closest to us. We are committing to helping one million more people get connected.”
Vodafone also unveiled a more flexible payment plan, Evo.
It lets customers decide up front how much they want to pay for a phone or watch and how long they want to pay off the rest, from a year to 36 months.
They can also opt to upgrade early, and trade-in prices are guaranteed after being agreed via an app.