Sale extended: Get cracking with this Maine lobster tail deal—$42 off a dozen for a limited time

Sale extended: Get cracking with this Maine lobster tail deal—$42 off a dozen for a limited time

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Maine lobster tails are what’s for dinner. (Photo: QVC)

Can you think of anything more summery than a lobster bake? And we found a deal that gets you lobster tails straight from the sea. Rather than heading to the fish store, picking out your own lobster, cooking it and then having to deal with cracking the shells, these babies from Greenhead Lobster in Stonington, Maine arrive flash-frozen right to your doorstep in two days flat and basically all you have to do is grab a bib. For a limited time, snag 12 lobster tails for $199 with free shipping (was $241).

Greenhead Lobster is a family-owned company since 1997 that focuses on wild-caught Maine lobster and only wild-caught Maine lobster.

You’ll get 12 4-oz lobster tails with 8 ounces of Kate’s Purely Maine Butter. Yum. The lobsters are high-pressure processed (HPP), meaning water has been shot inside the tails so the meat simply pops out with a fork—no crackers needed, and no meat wasted. Keep them in the freezer and use whenever a seafood craving strikes.

The tails are perfect for steaming, boiling or grilling, and you can do just about anything with them: From surf and turf to lobster bisque and even lobster tacos.

These easy-to-cook lobster tails come from Stonington, Maine. (Photo: QVC)

But hurry—this deal won’t last long, so claw your way to checkout and order these delicacies stat!

Shop it: 12 four-ounce Greenhead Lobster HPP Maine Lobster Tails with Butter, $199 (was $241), qvc.com

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