Sheffield news Shoppers told not to use trolleys in Tesco, Asda, Aldi and more PremierLeague-News.Com
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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! We all know things are tight financially at the minute. So, in collaboration with our colleagues at The Mirror, we are bringing you some hacks to save you some cash. In one move, those who shop at supermarkets such as Aldi, Tesco, ASDA, Lidl, M&S, Sainsbury's and Morrisons are being urged not to use trolleys. It is a small move but it is estimated you could save hundreds by not using a trolley. There’s a simple reason experts suggest we should downsize to baskets. Read more: Rules on semi-naked shopping during heatwaves Basically, if you have a basket instead of a trolley you can carry much less so in essence spend significantly less. The logic also suggests you are more conscious of what you actually put in your basket. As well as using a basket instead of a trolley below you’ll find some more suggestions of how to save cash on the big shop. Hopefully, some of these tips might be helpful. Take the 'downshift' challenge Try swapping more expensive branded goods for cheaper supermarket-own labels - also known as the “downshift” challenge. It is estimated you could save around 30%. This means if you spend £100 each week on food, you could save £30 - over four weeks, you'll have pocketed £120. Stick with the cheaper brands, and your total savings over a year could add up to over £1,500. Always look down different aisles Customers are being told not to use trolleys when visiting our major supermarkets Don’t just stick to one aisle in the supermarket. You can often find cheaper versions of the same products in the world foods and baby sections. For example, previous research from MoneySavingExpert found cotton buds can be 20 per cent cheaper in the baby aisle.
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. Don’t forget your loyalty card Loyalty schemes for the big supermarkets are free to sign up to. They give you money back, normally in the form of points, each time you shop. So if you’re spending money at that particular grocer anyway, it doesn’t make sense not to have a loyalty card. Tesco now offers cheaper prices for shoppers who are signed up to its Clubcard scheme. Avoid spending in convenience stores Shopping at your local convenience store is more expensive than going to a big shop - so avoid them if you can. Which? says shopping in smaller shops could be costing you an extra £300 each year. The consumer champion said households spend up to £10.20 more each week at a Sainsbury’s Local rather than a regular Sainsbury’s supermarket. Meanwhile, a basket of groceries from Tesco Express cost on average £279 more over 12 months. Hunt out yellow stickers Yellow stickers are a great way to save cash and cut down on food waste. The exact time each supermarket starts reducing its products does vary - get familiar with your favourite store’s routine so you know when to visit. You could even ask staff for the best time for yellow stickers. Don’t shop on an empty stomach If your tummy is rumbling, you're more likely to pick up unwanted snacks that you don’t really need. Always make sure you visit the supermarket on a full stomach if you can. Try to shop alone as well, to avoid other people influencing your food buying decision. Read next: Sainsbury's send clear pricing message to Aldi Boots make Advantage Card warning to customers Tips to save thousands selling your house
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