By not using trolleys in supermarkets, shoppers can save hundreds of pounds on their shopping bills.
As buyers continue to grow, this advice is included in a series of helpful tips for keeping purchase prices low. food prices,
By using a basket instead of a trolley, you are more likely to buy fewer items.
Customers will be more aware of what they are buying as there is not much space in the basket.
Another tool to keep costs down is swapping out valuables for cheaper supermarket brands, Mirror informed of.
In a technique known as the ‘downshift’ challenge, it is recommended that you go for something more budget-friendly.
The savings are estimated to be around 30 percent, which means you can keep an extra £30 per £100 store which quickly adds up.
Those who want to cut down on spending are also urged to have a loyalty card.
Some stores offer big rewards for customers – and the loyalty plans are free to sign up for.
By buying items that are nearing their expiration at a lower rate, you are also helping to reduce food waste.
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