We teamed up with Mirror Money to talk about tea and how to stir up a saving. As we looked intothe best and worst deals we discovered that the average price of shopper favourite Lapsang Souchong has doubled over the past year! Read all about it, and how you can brew up a saving, here.
To save or not to save. That is the question. Well, actually that’s not the question at all because given the chance most of us would choose to save on our supermarket shop! Follow these 5 tips and you could make a saving on your very next shop. Whether you prefer shopping online, in store, all at once or bit by bit; test out the following tips and tools and start saving on your supermarket shop right now. Start with Savvy Buys Exclusive to mySupermarket, a Savvy Buy is any item […]
Last week consumer champions Which? announced they are lodging a ‘super complaint’ to the Competitions and Marketing Authority (CMA) regarding confusing supermarket prices. A super complaint is made on behalf of consumers to help highlight and end practices which are deemed unfair or damaging in the long run. But what does that mean for you, the shopper? With the help of mySupermarket Which? has identified a number of dodgy deals and unfair pricing tactics to encourage shoppers to spend more. Which?’s super complaint highlights 3 pricing practices we’re all too familiar with: […]
Happy Easter from mySupermarket! Last year mySupermarket helped shoppers save £9,799 on Easter goodies. This year we’ve teamed up with CouponShop to help you save even more. So as you munch your way through your Easter feast find out who’s been poaching all the Creme Eggs, spending the most on Easter treats and where to find the best value in 2015!
Food shopping can be far from fun. Just the thought of big, busy stores, wonky trolley wheels and the never ending beeps from the checkout can darken any mood! Self-serve supermarkets became popular in the 1950s because they were cheaper and more convenient. So why is it now such a hassle when stocking up our cupboards? As for being cheaper, have you noticed that no matter how many ‘offers’ you put in your trolley the overall cost just goes up and up? Luckily, things are changing. mySupermarket are placing the […]
Many of us compare larger, more significant purchases before we make them. But what could be more significant than the food you put on the table every day? Simply saving 50p on a daily shop adds up to an annual saving of over £180, but it can be harder than you think to save even this on a spontaneous trip down the aisles. The secret to supermarket saving is comparison. You may be wondering why we can’t just grab the deals and follow the special promotions and save that way. […]
A new month means a new opportunity to save money! This March we’re looking at Spring Cleaning your finances with the award winning blogger: Frugal Queen. This thrifty blogger loves to live happily and comfortably without breaking the bank. She can be found blogging at www.frugalqueen.co.uk. Here she shares her top money saving tips and advice with mySupermarket to help you make your spring a savvy one! Frugal Queen’s Top Tips to Spring Clean your Finances Feed your family the thrifty way! Always check what you have in your house first. Can you […]
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, but rather than flashing your cash this year spend some quality time with your loved-ones for less with mySupermarket and Couponshop.co.uk. Like most holidays, Valentine’s Day means big bucks for retailers. According to research from eHarmony.co.uk, this year Brits will spent a collective £1.9bn – equating to an average per person spend of £53.38. This huge spend isn’t surprising due to encouragement everywhere, urging us to spend more. Money-saving sites Couponshop and mySupermarket fight back against the ‘spend-trend’ and uncover how to show your other […]
Our guest blog post comes from Lesley Cooper, the author of the much loved Thrifty Lesley blog. She is dedicated to creating money-saving menus – 3 meals and snacks – for only £1 a day. Lesley was featured in the news recently after she devised a seven-day menu plan for the Christmas period –which cost just £7.59 per person for the entire week. Happy New Year! How was Christmas? Expensive? January is typically a month that leads to reflection on our lives and, often, a desire (and maybe a need) to trim the budget, […]