martinbuckley wrote: »
I've noticed that old folk suddenly develop the ability to shift themselves quickly when the prices get reduced.
Bacman wrote: »
I've not done this ... remove some of the discounted items from their trolley when they aren't looking
successful yellow-sticker shoppers need "storage and preparation and cooking and recipe knowledge."
Wizard_of_Id wrote: »
Do what I did and get an extra freezer, my YS hunting/savings paid for the new freezer in less than 5 months :T
Owain_Moneysaver wrote: »
I don't. I only buy stuff that comes with instructions on the packet. They're the expensive value-added product and so have the biggest discount.
Yes, I will buy a 25p pepper when there's one available, but the £5 pizza for £1.50 is a much better saving.
The_Miser wrote: »
when the ingredient cost of a £2.50 shop cheese sandwich comes to under a quid ---- 'nuff said?
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