One of the UK's leading supermarkets has increased the price of its meal deal this week.
As the cost-of-living crisis takes hold across the UK, spiralling costs continue to rise.
The deal, originally £3 but now £3.40, allows shoppers to purchase a main, drink and snack combination.
The meal deal remains more expensive for those who don't have one of Tesco's loyalty cards known as a Clubcard with a price tag of £3.90
Some are unhappy about the news: George tweeted to say "Seeing Tesco meal deals now cost £3.90 was my final straw…" and Joe Fairs added "Such highs and lows experienced today, Xmas sandwiches in stock which are the best….but then a double-digit percentage price increase of a Tescomealdeal to £3.40. A flurry of emotions for lunch"
Inflation is at its highest in over 40 years since last month, with every single type of food or drinks going up in price, and the worst affected items including milk, yoghurts and butter rising between 20 and 40 percent.
The change is effective in stores from today.