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Best Ways To Save Money Supermarket Shopping

Updated on June 9, 2010

Saving tips on supermarket shopping

Many of us walk pass opportunities to save money in supermarkets without even noticing in stores, train stations and so on, below are 7 ways of saving money.


Always look for the discounts they are always there, if you’re unsure ask the assistant, ‘Hi, do you have any discounts on these?’ and they usually tell you the available discounts or offer you something special.

Also going to the store in the evening also has special discounts for items that are close to the expiry date, you can buy these items and use the same day or put them in the freezer which makes it last weeks or month more, the item will have freezing instructions.

Energy saving products

Buying energy saving products will save you money buying groceries and it will save you money on your energy bills that’s knocking to birds with one stone. It may feel like you’re saving little amounts but calculating yearly you will be saving hundreds.


Most products have vouchers, company do these so people can try their product so get on of top of this and get your vouchers. You can find vouchers online, usually with a simple search engine lookup type ‘vouchers’ or you can search specific products buy typing the name of the product and voucher e.g. Kellogg’s Vouchers.

Vouchers are sometimes given on the street with free newspapers, magazines and stores.

Compare the market

Are you getting the best deal? Compare shops there are plenty of websites to aid you in searching for the best deals, shops are always competing and have unique deals but shopping in multiple shops is a bit unpractical right? Well that takes us to our next point.

Online Shopping

Yes now you can do your groceries online, this is specifically useful in getting the best deals from different shops from the comfort of your house. However online shopping has a transport cost so make sure the discounts you get are worth more than the shipping cost.

Loyalty Cards

Most shops have loyalty card where you can store points and so on. If you haven’t got one think about the amount of points you could have raked if you joined months or years ago. So start now and keep using you’re loyalty card and it will pay big over time.

Take your time

Don’t rush shopping take your time to look for the best deals and items, you will be surprised what you can miss.

Extra Tips

*Consider store brands

*Plan your shopping

*Make a shopping list

*Buy less and use leftovers


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    • Xavier Izaguirre profile image

      Xavier Izaguirre 7 years ago from UK, London

      Plan your shopping definitey, but not to be confused with having strict recipes and lists to be done, which can get very expensive. It is important too being flexible so you can adapt to what is on offer...