FESTIVE sarnies are almost as much of Christmas as meat dough, John Lewis ad and advent calendars – but the amount of meat you get varies greatly.
We have found Gregg's Christmas sandwich consists of only 18 percent meat, which made it the stingiest festive sarnia on the high street.
A Sun Money survey looked at turkey Christmas sandwiches from leading supermarkets and retailers after a Tesco shopper discovered just two tiny pieces of turkey in her festive cover.  There are no specific rules that determine exactly how much meat should be in your sandwich – but more meat means better value for money.
In our snapshot check, we weighed the sausage, turkey and bacon that are in festive sandwiches sold on the main street from Aldi, Asda, Boots, Co-op, Greggs, Lidl, M&S, Morrisons, Pret, Sainsbury's & # 39; Tesco.
Then we compared it to the total weight of the sarnia which comes up with a percentage that showed how much of it consists of meat.
Lidls Festive Turkey with sausage and bacon sarnie came out on top, with huge 41 per cent meat, and for £ 1.69 and it was the cheapest by far.