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Where do you do your shopping?

Help me out what's best savings?

I fancy a change from tesco I find there quite expensive for some things

AliceBaker
12 months ago
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Johnny
Johnny12 months ago

Last year Aldi was the cheapest, more than 20 percent cheaper than any of the big four chains.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/shopping/7070521/aldi-cheapest-supermarket-uk/

They don't have such a big range, though. That's the downside.

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arussell322
arussell32212 months ago

I alternate between Aldi and Lidl, Tesco are a good bit more expensive but bigger range so go there once a month for hard to find bits

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jmsonl
jmsonl12 months ago

Aldi with a couple of extras from Homebargains and Iceland. There are all next door to each other for me which is lucky.

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CathSho13
CathSho1312 months ago

Aldi, iceland, asda and lidl. I like to shop around and prefer different things from different stores.

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Yaboiyas
Yaboiyas12 months ago

I have a shop near me called food warehouse that sells a lot of iceland products... everything is cheap there

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AliceBaker
AliceBaker
Original Poster
12 months ago

Oh I've seen this shop but it's about 40mins away from me I've heard good things away bout it!

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Yaboiyas
Yaboiyas12 months ago

Although the deals are good i think a 40 min journey makes it not worth it 😂@AliceBaker

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc12 months ago

They're, there, their. 😜

Aldi and LIDL.

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Pjran
Pjran12 months ago

I like Waitrose but not loyal to any supermarket. In fact this week I’ve placed an online order with Ocado because they sent me a £15 off voucher code. I often get vouchers from Waitrose, currently for this month it’s £8 off a £40 spend.

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Ceebers
Ceebers
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12 months ago

I shop at Ocado for convenience. Not the cheapest, but I have been impressed with their website, products and service deliveries.

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi12 months ago

The best to shop around.... I use the local Coop and Tesco Express...sometimes do bigger shopping in Waitrose or Sainsburys....I think it is better to shop alone because when I go with husband and daughter things landing in the trolley what we do not need

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Ceebers
Ceebers
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12 months ago

You need to speak with a cheeky lass of yours!!! I can imagine it's chaos. 😍

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KirsteyJames
KirsteyJames12 months ago

Aldi i do most of my shopping but we have a lidl a few hundred yards away so will pop in there during the week inbetween food shops.

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Letgetfreestuff
Letgetfreestuff12 months ago

I go for Lidl as its cheap and good. Aldi is great too but far from what I live so I don't go often. I like Tesco extra as they have everything and new things every now and then. Not cheap though.

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BonzoBanana
BonzoBanana12 months ago

I'm not very loyal tending to shop where I have a voucher to use. I prefer the Tesco Extra store locally as it is a very large store with a huge range and they have a lot of half price offers and do various discount brands that have replaced their 'everyday value' range. It seems cheapest to me if you can resist the high price stuff not on offer and don't mind trying out the stuff that is currently half price especially if you have a voucher to use.

We don't currently have a Aldi but probably by the end of the year there will be one within walking distance from my house so expect to make good use of it. I'm not super keen on the processed food from Lidl and Aldi though and don't like parbaked bread. Closest food shop to me is a Coop and if you time it right you can get some very good deductions I also like to support the store for ethical reasons. I also make use of Waitrose often only buying a couple of items just to get the free coffee which is my favourite coffee of any shop. Don't wind waitrose competitive at all but there are one or two items that are good value.

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RegularComper90
RegularComper9012 months ago

At a shop or a supermarket.

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ACR
ACR12 months ago

I like to mix things up. I alternate between Tesco, Sainsbury's, Waitrose and M&S. Plus I'll get some other items from other local shops.

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AliceBaker
AliceBaker
Original Poster
12 months ago

At the minute I shop in waitrose and tesco metro as that's all that local to me, I think asda deliver to my area would you recommend shopping there? I'm clueless on these things

Is there an app I can compare prices?

Thanks for all your comments much help reading all of these it looks like tesco/aldi is very popular

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ivenailedit
ivenailedit12 months ago

AliceBaker I shop in all of them, as all in commutable distance. Whichever one has best price I will visit. Try using mysupermarket.co.uk app to compare prices

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Wifimoneyuk
Wifimoneyuk12 months ago

For meat I usually go the local butchers and the rest of the shopping is usually done in m&s or the local Tesco for bits and Bob's

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KatieRobertson
KatieRobertson12 months ago

I do an online shop with Iceland once a month then shop at Lidl,Aldi and Tesco weekly.

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angelabrown1
angelabrown112 months ago

Between Tesco and the co-op I work for them so it’s handy and convenient

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KarenBeavington
KarenBeavington12 months ago

Aldi for my main shop.

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TezClark
TezClark12 months ago

I have a mixture but mainly Tesco as I get better points there, then sometimes Morrison's.

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StellaCorner
StellaCorner12 months ago

Mainly Aldi

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LizzyConboy
LizzyConboy12 months ago

Asda because its the closest to me

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BethHaydon
BethHaydon12 months ago

Asda for basics, M&S for plant based treats and Tesco for veggie range.

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supersaverfay
supersaverfay12 months ago

Aldi or Lidl. So much cheaper and most of the stuff tastes like branded stuff

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KirstyHague
KirstyHague12 months ago

I’ve found ASDA to be a lot cheaper

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PaulineThwaites
PaulineThwaites12 months ago

Aldi Lidi & Iceland

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Becca2580
Becca258012 months ago

Wilkos for decorating stuff and wish. Iceland, herands, asda, b&m for food shop, pound land, poundstores for cleaning stuff and bits and bobs. Charity shops and wish for clothes, curtains, cushions. Amazon if any good deals for me

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AnnetteMcbain
AnnetteMcbain12 months ago

Aldi and asda

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lorraine46x
lorraine46x12 months ago

Asda n icelands and somtimes sainsburys

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irenemkillie
irenemkillie12 months ago

Aldi and Iceland for me and my little one , Iceland for my freezer and Aldi for everything else

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KirstyW
KirstyW12 months ago

Aldi, if ive earned vouchers through survey sites i use tesco and there are some things i get from home bargains

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kittenchips01
kittenchips0112 months ago

I normaly use iceland spend 35 for free next day dilivery, or spend 40 and get 5 off lol same thing. Asda its spend 40 and get delivery slot which u pay for still.

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CarlPate
CarlPate12 months ago

Lidl without a doubt the best even on the big brand names.

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CarlPate
CarlPate12 months ago

I think Lidl is the best value without a doubt even on the big brand names, apart from Pepsi which I alternate between shops for whoever has it on promotion.

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sophieenglish
sophieenglish12 months ago

Lidl

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BrandonWaterton
BrandonWaterton12 months ago

Wherever is cheaper at the time needed.

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HelenCoxon
HelenCoxon12 months ago

Tesco delivery nearly every week , lidl and Morrison’s for certain things and coop as nearest for run out of things

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HelenCoxon
HelenCoxon12 months ago

Oh and m&s for my gf bread

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tracywearmouth
tracywearmouth12 months ago

Morrisons, aldi, homebargsins

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SiobhanTJ
SiobhanTJ12 months ago

Mainly Aldi but also shop at farm foods, asda, morrisons and tescos 😊

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CarolPhillips
CarolPhillips12 months ago

Tesco then Aldi

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loopyjade06
loopyjade0612 months ago

Aldi my shopping costs £60 and in asda , tesco or big shops i spent nearly £500 which was a joke but it comes less so much better

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