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Food shopping ??

posted 1 decade 6 years ago

pinknfluffy said:
online shopping = tesco's as i can always find a money off code online and i stock up on offers and think ive spent £80 but when it gets here ive only spent £65 lol

instore shopping = asda as its closest and has good offer on nappies/wipes/biscuits/treats lol

where do you find the codes about as my grocery bill is huge and i would love to save a bit money Embarassed

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
I shop at asda i love shopin in icelands when i can but i have no car so i only get to go there when my m8 gos Sad Face

posted 1 decade 6 years ago

hapydazy said:
ummm Stop and Shop, bet ya never heard of one of those before!

Im in the same boat lol we have in oz woolworths,coles,foodland i always shop at woolworths as its close to home there are more but these are the most
(just incase you guys come to Australia one day)he,he.

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
We have Woolworths in uk, but they sell electrical goods , toys and kids clothes as well as magazines and chocolate.

As far as I know they used to sell food, a long time ago from what I got told by my MIL, as she used to work there in her teens.

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
i do a huge frozen shop once a month at iceland (we not only got the fridge/freezer but we got a chest freezer aswell so got loadsa room for it) and we shop at tescos or our local co-op for other bits n bobs! toiletries and things like that has to be poundland or wilkinsons!!

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
we shop in asda, but if we want treat we use tesco as we tend to spend more in tesco.

i was gonna start doing my freezer shopping in iceland t we got some burgers from there a few weeks ago and they were digusting and set my oven alight.

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
asda it is for me

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
I really think it depends on what you buy personally as a family!

We use Morrisons as we buy lots of fresh fruits, salads and veggies - and all the other supermarkets seem much more expensive for these!

I picked up a pineapple and a honeydew melon in asdas once and those alone came to £4.00 - whereas i know i can get them in Morrisons for £2.50

We often try shopping somewhere else but end up putting everything

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
we shop at morrisons as its closer but if were takin kids to soft play theres an asda across the road so go there

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