Want to know when supermarkets reduce their prices? We've got you covered
Food shopping can be the most laborious task of the week for some people. The last thing you want to be doing is trapesing up and down the aisles of Asda or Tesco trying to find your meals for the next week or so.
And when money is tight, you end up taking the less expensive, less glamorous, own-brand products.
But hidden away in the corner is the 'reduced section', mostly full of things you wouldn't feed your dog, but sometimes they can have some real bargains.
You have to be vigilant if you want to find those yellow stickers, or you need to know when those shelves are going to be stacked.
Well now, thanks to the brains at MoneySavingExpert, you can know. They have found when the major supermarkets make reductions to their products so you can plan your trip accordingly to bag the best bargain.
We have previously given you some tips and tricks when shopping, go check them out here.
Below are the times:
Asda reduces goods by 25 per cent at noon, by 50 per cent at 5pm and by up to 75 percent at 9pm.
Morrisons make their first reductions at 5pm by 50 per cent, and again at 7pm by up to 75 percent.
Sainsbury's reduce items by up to 25 percent at 1pm, again by up to 50 percent at 5pm and reduce items again by 75 per cent at 8pm.
Tesco starts early at 8am with 25 percent reductions, they slash goods again by 50 per cent at 4pm and by 75 per cent at 8pm.
Co-op also starts early, with 25 percent reductions at 8am, 50 percent reductions at 5pm and 75 percent reductions at 7pm.
Now you can shop efficiently, and claim up to 75% savings!
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