How to save money at the grocery store without using coupons

The weekly shop is one of the week’s biggest bills, particularly if you’re shopping for the family. We’ll tell you how to save money at the grocery store, but you will have to be prepared to compromise in order to get the best deals.
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Pepsi or Coke

If you’re willing to chase the promotions on offer, you can save money each week. If you’re not bothered whether you drink Pepsi or Coke or if the brand of other products doesn’t matter to you, you’ll save a lot of cash thanks to the supermarket promotions. Some of these end of aisle offers ask you to buy in bulk so having a good amount of storage space, including freezer and fridge space, will allow you to purchase some great bargains each week.


Remaining loyal to a supermarket is a good idea nowadays thanks to initiatives like Tesco Clubcard and Nectar points which you can collect at Sainsbury’s. In addition to this, these cards often lead to other money off promotions that are posted out to all cardholders or given to you at the till. Taking advantage of these money off or additional point bonuses will save you money on your weekly shop.

Shopping around

If you’re planning for a big event, perhaps catering for a wedding or having a large gathering of any sort, you may wish to forget the shop loyalty and look for the supermarket offering the best deals on the products you want. Although supermarkets normally shows the prices of their rivals when they advertise on TV, you should check out mysupermarket.co.uk if you’re interested in comparing certain high value products as you’ll be able to compare prices across Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Asda, Waitrose, Aldi, Boots, Ocadoand Superdrug.

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