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Coupon-mad wrote: »
I agree, Sainsburys is no longer noticeably more expensive than Tesco IMHO. I also noticed in Best magazine this week where they do a week-to-week price comparison of a shopping basket of basics, that Tesco was more expensive than Sainsburys this week (and Asda was pounds cheaper!).
Also don't ignore Waitrose thinking it may be a lot more expensive. They accept coupons off your shopping even if you've not bought the item on the coupon (like Tesco do, only they are much nicer about accepting them). And they have some offers that are cheaper than in Tesco.
Here are 2 current offers I bought this week in Waitys, cheaper than Tesco:
Heinz Tomato Ketchup 700g on offer at 2 for £3 (think Tesco had them at £1.89 each)
Robinson's squash on offer at 2 for £1.60 (Tesco puts these at 2 for £1.80 when on offer).
tescowhilstleblower wrote: »
Ive heard on good info Tesco are going to charge people on their new chip and pin forecourts who pay just for fuel in the kiosk.
This is bad if its true!
p00 wrote: »
I think the so called price cuts we are now seeing everywhere are really diminishing sizes of products.
And arent tesco hiking up prices so they can 'drop' them a few pence later?
Does anyone know if the tins of sweets we see now for £5 or £6 are smaller than when they were £8+?
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