April 14, 2016

Best superfoods for women

So what is a superfood? There is no official definition of a “superfood” and the EU has banned health claims on packaging unless supported by scientific evidence. The closest you’ll get to an approved definition is from The Oxford Dictionary. Which states that a superfood is a “nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and wellbeing”. Ok so which superfoods are best for me? So far there’s been all kinds of weird and wacky superfoods from yuzi fruit and chai seeds to acacia berries and seaweed. With so […]
March 31, 2016

Healthy Eating on a Budget

Do you find yourself in a situation where you are looking to eat healthy, but your budget gets in the way? Well, mySupermarket has got you covered! Not only can you be able to enjoy dietary options at a low cost, but you will also take care of your wallet in the process. It’s a win-win situation for everyone. It’s not uncommon for people to use their budget as an excuse to buy cheap junk food items or products on sale that don’t benefit your waistline. On the mySupermarket homepage, […]
March 23, 2016

10 essential money saving apps chosen by UK money bloggers

There are hundreds of apps out there focusing on shopping, banking, budgeting and making some extra cash, so how do you choose the handful that will really help you with your money saving? Well, who better than the money savers and experts who use them every day? Some of the top UK Money Bloggers have joined together to share their essential money saving apps. The top 10 money saving apps you need to download are: mySupermarket – to save at the supermarket Money Dashboard – to manage your money VoucherCloud- […]
March 22, 2016

Top 3 Ways To Save On Your Grocery Trolley

Weekly grocery shopping can be exhausting, and not only for you, but for your wallet as well! Which is why we’d like to give you some tips to help save those valuable pennies. Here are mySupermarket’s top three tips for saving money this week: Only Buy What You Need For The Week Overstocking is not a good idea, especially when it comes to food. For example, fruits and vegetables, which have an average lifespan of a few days, are best purchased in limited supply so that you can plan on […]
March 14, 2016

7 things you didn’t know about going to the supermarket

Think you know your way round your local supermarket? You’ll never shop the same after reading these essential tips! If someone’s cleared the shelves of a special offer, you don’t need to worry If you go to a store and it’s sold out of something on a special offer, you might be able to get a ‘raincheck voucher’ to buy the same item at the reduced price on another day. This is an unpublished policy at most supermarkets, and it’s at the discretion of the member of staff you ask […]
March 1, 2016

Save Hundreds On Your Groceries By Shopping Around

Food shopping is something we all have to do, but have you ever wondered how some people manage to keep their grocery haul cheap? One secret could be shopping around. You don’t need to be supermarket or brand loyal to get the most out of your food. The Money Advice Service teamed up with mySupermarket to show you how spreading your shop among different supermarkets could make a real difference to how much money you’re spending on food every month. Using mySupermarket, you can save 30% from your food bill by […]
February 4, 2016

UK Money Bloggers to Watch in 2016

If you’re dedicated to being better with your money saving skills this year, then it’s worth taking a look at some of these top money bloggers. From tips for getting yourself out of debt, to help finding the latest deals, these finance fanatics are sharing their experiences and expertise every day. But with hundred to choose from how do you pick the ones to follow? Well, each year UK Money Bloggers run the SHOMO awards (short for Show Me The Money Bloggers), and the winners are a great starting point. So […]
January 21, 2016

Maximise Your Saving – Our Best Tips

Top tips for shoppers to maximise their grocery saving. Prepare a list Fail to plan and you plan to fail. Taking the time to organise your food shop before you get to the store protects you from unnecessary spending. Armed with a list you won’t be tempted or confused by offers you don’t need. Whether you’re a fan of pen and paper or you want to try the mySupermarket app, your shopping list is your number one ally in cutting costs and saving money.   Plan your Meals     So […]
November 28, 2015

The ideal Christmas dinner shopping list for the best price

Create the ideal Christmas dinner shopping list for the best price and cut down on costs, waste and hassle this Christmas Christmas dinner is an integral part of any Christmas day and for many the highlight of the festive season! It can be easy to get carried away however and a good Christmas shopping list with all the trimmings can soon add up to more than we budget for. Use mySupermarket to help you create the ideal shopping list for the best price and cut down on costs, waste and […]
November 26, 2015
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Can you really make a saving on Black Friday?

  Out of nowhere, Black Friday has become the big day for deals. Sales here, vouchers there, it can be easy to get caught up in the frenzy.   The truth is, the hype behind the day is the biggest thing we’re being sold. Many of the shops and websites will shout “BLACK FRIDAY ONLY!” and plaster huge price markdowns, but in my experience you should approach it all with caution.   The offers might look tempting, but more often that not, shops are trying to get you to buy […]