As the cost of living bites, here are some tips on how to save money on a weekly shop at the UK’s most popular budget retailers
The pandemic has changed the dynamics of supermarkets from the growth of click and collect, staff shortages and low-stock levels.
Both Brexit and the Ukraine war have also had knock-on effects on our retailers, pushing up prices.
Will Broome, founder and CEO of Ubamarket, a new shopping app, has provided some key tips and tricks to help you save money on your weekly shop at the biggest supermarkets.
What are some general tips to save money on shopping?
Mr Broome advises customers to find out what automatic membership and loyalty schemes your supermarket provides or are starting to launch, to save money.
Supermarkets are beginning to launch apps where at the end of the basket all the discount prices are taken into account.
Online supermarkets also commonly put introductory discount vouchers to ‘capture’ new customers.
He said it is a “good thing to look out for” and a “key way” to save money.
Mr Broome also said to look out for the yellow ‘reduced to’ sale stickers because they are the same product but just about to go past its sell-by date.
“If you go late in the day there will be a lot of those but if you go too late they will be gone,” he said.
Shoppers told MoneySavingExpert, Martin Lewis, that reductions in Morrisons tended to start late morning or lunchtime, but the retailer said it is up to individual store managers.
The site says that one customer tweeted to share that she goes to Lidl as soon as it opens to pick up ready meals for as little as 20p.
For Aldi, Its half-price stickers start appearing from 8pm, according to one MoneySaver writing to the site.
How to save money on a shop to Aldi
Mr Broome said Aldi is a “well-priced,…
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