Buying Larger Quantities Doesn't Always save Money
People have been brainwashed into thinking that buying larger quantities saves money (especially near Christmas).
One example: last week in Aldi I noticed boxes containing 12 cans of Galahad Lager were on sale priced £6:49 I also noticed many shoppers had abandoned the four packs (price £2:15) at that display to take the boxes. I know it isn't much but why pay four pence extra then have to go to the trouble of getting rid of an empty box (fit for little else).
Any more you've noticed? I'll tell you of the worst example I found down below,
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