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Misspiggy wrote: »
I'm sure you're an angel in disguise Victory
HEISENBERG wrote: »
Don't start and get a life?
Missconduct wrote: »
Have you considered that you are on the wrong website?
OP, no, not a chance for us to do that, but we are trying to get more and more reduced stuff and are looking for ways to do it - might even just try doing the weekly shop at 8pm in case there are more bargains!
victory wrote: »
Do Tesco not offer you the yellow stickers reductions then?
victory wrote: »
It is about the money on this site or rather the lack of it to go out and pay full price for everything and as I have said before it tastes just the same bought on a yellow sticker than it does wasting money and paying full price for it, for the full price it stops me saving or spending money elsehwere where it is more useful:Dgailey has got it so right and has made me feel less of a failure because I had to cave in and buy full price cereals, thought I had let me down but no the fantastic posts gailey has put up is excellent advice and should serve us all:D
I know I am certainly going to be cannier thanks to them thank you:D
I have always hated waste of any kind, the bin should be for the wrappers the food came in not the food itself, I Always think I paid for that I am going to use it, otherwise would you just chuck ££ into the road because food wasage you may as well and I have no ££ to chuck away, they have to function each one ofthem not be throwm out:D
schtee wrote: »
I read on one of the posts that at Sainsbury's most reductions are only around 50p off. This is true for the first reduction, but the later reductions are almost certainly half price or less. I know this is common knowledge, and most people who shop for reduced items will by now know what time your local stores reduce items to clear, but I guess it may be news to some.
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