What's on offer this weekend
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With the cost of groceries seemingly always on the rise, we need to do all we can to keep grocery costs to a minimum.
So before you head off to the shops this weekend, take a look at the best deals and discounts available from the main supermarkets, all neatly summed up for you in the article below.
As always, remember that the key to cutting costs is never to buy more than you need just because it's on special. If you don't use it in time you're basically throwing money in the bin.
- Seriously Strong vintage cheddar (350g): buy 2 for £5
- Sainsbury's boneless lamb shoulder roast (400g): buy 3 for £10
- Sainsbury's wafer thin honey-cured ham slices (450g): was £3, now £2
- McCain Home chips chunky cut (1kg): was £2.60, now £1.30
- Bird's Eye mini potato waffles (456g): was £1.99, now £1
- Alpro Soya UHT original sweetened milk (1l): was £1.25, now £1
- Levi Roots Reggae Reggae jerk BBQ sauce (310g): was £1.69, now £1
- McCain Gorgeous chips (550g): was £2.75, now £2
- Jordan's Country Crisp flame raisin clusters (500g): was £2.69, now £2
- Etienne Dumont Brut NV champagne (750ml): was £31.99, now £15.99
- Tesco bramley apple lattice pie (500g): was £2.70, now £1.35
- Cheestrings Original (8x20g): was £3, now £1.50
- Bernard Matthews wafer thin turkey ham (250g): was £2, now £1
- Riverway Foods Cumberland sausages (12): was £5, now £2.50
- Tesco Mexican lasagne (400g): was £1.50, now 75p
- Tesco thin cut beef sirloin steak (250g): was £5, now £4
- Tesco lamb steaks (424g): was £7, now £5
- Tesco fresh pork chops (1kg): was £6, now £5
- Aunt Bessie's Midweek Mini roasties (700g): was £1.99, now £1
- Pukka pies (226 - 238g): was £1.35, now £1
- Onken Biopot cherry/raspberry strawberry yogurt (450g): buy 2 for £2
- ASDA pears (600g): now £1
- Flora Light spread (1kg): was £2.98, now £2
- Young's 100% fillet fish fingers (10): was £1.75, now £1
- Ben & Jerry's Core ice-cream tubs (500ml): was £4.45, now £3
- Patak's jarred curry pastes (450g): was £1.76, now £1
- ASDA Butcher's Selection lamb mince (600g): buy 2 for £7
- ASDA Butcher's Selection Extra Tasty whole chicken (1.37kg): buy 2 for £8
- PG Tips Pyramid decaffeinated tea bags (80): was £2.38, now £2
- Coca Cola (1.5l): buy 2 for £2
- Smoked cod loin: was £18.99/kg, now £9.49/kg
- British pork chops (630g): was £4, now £2
- Pepsi/Pepsi Max cans (8 x 330ml): was £4, now £2
- Kellogg's Crunchy Nut cornflakes (500g): was £2.68, now £1.34
- Kellogg's variety pack (8 boxes): was £2.09, now £1.04
- Cathedral City mature cheddar (350g): was £4.287, now £2.14
- Morrison's Signature ice-cream (180ml each): was £1.50, now £50p
- Young's fish fingers (20): was £3.99, now
- John West smoked salmon (170g): was £5.99, now £2.99
- Oral B Professional Care 1000 Power Brush: was £60, now £30
Phew! Nearly forgot my Salmon Fillets and a nice drop of the old Ashgrove Reserve.
What a load of crap, why not reduce the prices of everyday items that people buy, like milk, sugar, bread and cleaning products.
Supermarkets sell run of the mill cuts of meat for top dollar prices. Visit a real butcher if you want decent meat
What`s up with people--JUST GO TO ALDI AND BUY PRODUCTS THAT ARE AS GOOD IF NOT BETTER THAT SO CALLED BIG BRANDS AND AT A FRACTION OF THE PRICE
Don't believe any of them. Everything is smaller and more expensive. Yorkie is 5 chunks instead of 7. Innocent smoothie 750ml instead of 1L and 2 for £6 instead of £5. Johnsons Baby Wipes have shrunk to 56 instead of 64 etc. I could go on and on. I don't buy anything which has been shrunk. Savvy shoppers aren't stupid you know!!!!
What i hate is buy one get one free..90% of these offers are for products that make you overweight.
alot of folk out there are eating them self to an early grave. and there kids are brought up on cheap unhealthly food., WHO CARES NOT THE SUPERMARKET ££££££££££S
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