Sainsbury's - at it again?

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  • maman
    maman Posts: 28,673 Forumite
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    No, we don't need Dispatches to tell us individually but it's good to bring the sharp practice into the public arena and raise awareness.

    Kippers today have jumped from £1.50 to £1.75. Hardly a Brexit increase although it is a long journey from Scotland!;)
  • dlusman
    dlusman Posts: 2,711 Forumite
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    A._Badger wrote: »
    And again you are avoiding all the other examples posted suggesting a recent policy shift at Sainsbury's.

    Why the tribal loyalty to one particular supermarket chain?

    I have no loyalty to Sainsburys or any other supermarket ( you will note all my posts saying ALL the supermarkets and brands are at it )

    You however are obviously anti-Sainsburys - and using very selective quotes from the original article ( which if you read it shows that Sainsburys are not the worst example found ) to try and back up your views
  • A._Badger
    A._Badger Posts: 5,855 Forumite
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    dlusman wrote: »
    I have no loyalty to Sainsburys or any other supermarket ( you will note all my posts saying ALL the supermarkets and brands are at it )

    You however are obviously anti-Sainsburys - and using very selective quotes from the original article ( which if you read it shows that Sainsburys are not the worst example found ) to try and back up your views

    Thus demonstrating that you aren't even reading the comments on this and the other relevant threads.
  • bjo_2
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    Famous Grouse Whiskey
    £15 a litre
    Anazed if you can it cheaper elsewhere
  • robin58
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    bjo wrote: »
    Famous Grouse Whiskey
    £15 a litre
    Anazed if you can it cheaper elsewhere

    To be honest Whisky is not high on many people's shopping lists.

    But being able to afford the basics foods for life is.

    Enjoy the empty food value of your tipple. :cool:
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  • VfM4meplse
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    Watching this thread and will venture back into Sainsbury's when prices come down.

    Which will be the 12th of never :rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:
    Value-for-money-for-me-puhleeze!

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  • A._Badger
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    VfM4meplse wrote: »
    Watching this thread and will venture back into Sainsbury's when prices come down.

    Which will be the 12th of never :rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:

    The irony is that I actually do shop at Sainsbury's! I use one for a small top-up shop every week, which is why I am aware of their price increases compared with my other haunts!
  • maman
    maman Posts: 28,673 Forumite
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    A._Badger wrote: »
    The irony is that I actually do shop at Sainsbury's! I use one for a small top-up shop every week, which is why I am aware of their price increases compared with my other haunts!


    Same here. I use it for convenience as I'd have to drive a distance to other SMs.
    maman wrote: »
    No, we don't need Dispatches to tell us individually but it's good to bring the sharp practice into the public arena and raise awareness.

    Kippers today have jumped from £1.50 to £1.75. Hardly a Brexit increase although it is a long journey from Scotland!;)


    I make that a 16% increase (or 16.66 to be precise)but mysupermarket thinks it's 10%????
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