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One woman is sharing how you can save up to £30 on your weekly supermarket shop thanks to eight simple tips.
Kat, 27, from Manchester has been able to accumulate over around 31,000 followers on TikTok (@katsaves) thanks to her savings advice.
In a recent video, the young woman broke down the savings hack she uses when going to the supermarket.
According to the 27-year-old, she and her boyfriend are a fan of shopping at Tesco out of all the stores.
However, she believes her advice on reducing grocery bills can be applied to any other supermarket.
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Speaking to Needtoknow.co.uk, the savvy shopper explained: “When I actively use all of these tips I notice my weekly shop is at least £30 cheaper than when I didn’t use it.
“[I first started using them] probably over the last year, since food inflation has risen so drastically I’ve made more of a conscious effort to save money on food.
“My usual go-to shop is Tesco as I find it to actually be the cheapest but still good quality.
“[But] shop around if you live somewhere with multiple shops close together, as Aldi isn’t always the cheapest for everything and Waitrose isn’t always the most expensive. Surprisingly even M&S food does cheaper products than Aldi sometimes.”
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The young woman revealed eight simple tips people should introduce to their weekly shop to reduce their supermarket bills.
- Using a scan-and-go as it helps shoppers stick to their budget.
- Making a shopping list to avoid impulse purchases
- Buying loose items instead of bulk buys as products often do not get used
- Aldi price match at Sainsbury’s and Tesco mean people can get budget prices for high-quality
- Searching the reduced to clear sections is useful for bargain-hunting
- Utilizing loyalty cards
- Buying long-shelf life items in bulk
- Purchasing own-brand items.
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The savings expert encouraged shoppers to download supermarket apps to get access to loyalty schemes and deals.
She added: “Getting the app for every shop is also a good idea because it often tells you about offers that day and some of them give out coupons for you based on your own spending habits.
“This is probably the easiest way to save money in the supermarket.”
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