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Which do folks think are the BEST ! Asda ?? Tesco ??? Morrisons ???? Sainsburys ? or do we try them all ? Read More
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
Which do folks think are the BEST !
Asda ?? Tesco ??? Morrisons ???? Sainsburys ?
or do we try them all ?
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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#1
i try them all but think sainsburys is the best
#2
Asda.
#3
Used to use Tesco a lot but then changed to Asda. Shop in most of them really - depends where the bargains are!
#4
whatsThePoint
Lidl or Aldi


You have got to be joking !
banned#5
Asda for me, mainly because it's round the corner for me, cheap and as it's a particularly large one it has plenty of choice.

As I'm generally a brand buyer, all the supermarkets sell the same stuff to me. I like to vary it up every two or three weeks with a trip to any of the other supermarkets.
#6
Waitrose.
#7
We use Tesco as it local and we like the store in general but the prices are not as good as Asda
#8
sainsburys for the food quality but asda for the price my family shop at asda only came to £23 last week
#9
Asda are the best on prices for me, plus I like the store lay out

Lidl, Aldi and Netto are good but have a limited stock
#10
Asda for prices.

Morrisons for random deals.

Tesco and Sainsburys are crap.
#11
dcx_badass
M & S or Tesco (I do my shopping 60/40 between the two), then after that Sainsburys (only been twice ever though) or Asda.

Basically I just hate morrisons.


Trolley bay smells like ****...
#12
Tesco - has all the variety you could need, cheap prices and clubcard points which are actually worth value when converted, unlike Nectar! Lots of stores local, very decent online service and (in my experience) excelent customer service.
#13
asda for prices but i find their own brand stuff poor quality / taste

tescos as a mid range all rounder - moderate on price and quality , but has decent reductions if you go at the right time .

sainsburys - slightly more expensive than tescos , but good quality own brand for a local supermarket at a decent price .

waitrose - v good quality but expensive in genral

morrisons - quite expensive and same quality as tescos so not great

M+s - v good quality but expensive

lidls / aldi - good , but diffucult for me to get to
#14
03bintls
Tesco - has all the variety you could need, cheap prices and clubcard points which are actually worth value when converted, unlike Nectar! Lots of stores local, very decent online service and (in my experience) excelent customer service.


Are you TESCOS manager or some thing !!!?? bigging them up just a bit , must at least work for them !!:thinking:
#15
03bintls
Tesco - has all the variety you could need, cheap prices and clubcard points which are actually worth value when converted, unlike Nectar! Lots of stores local, very decent online service and (in my experience) excelent customer service.


The stupid thing I hate about TESCO is that their Tesco Metro stores actually have higher prices than my local newsagents... Work that one out... :roll:

PS: most local stores are metro and overpriced!
#16
> Lidl or Aldi

aw08

You have got to be joking !


I have an Aldi near me and use it now and again.

Food quality is excellent and far cheaper than the big stores.

I bet most people could not tell the difference between food bought at Aldi or bought at Tesco, Asda etc.

I am sure many people could save 30% on their shopping bill if they went to Aldi (range is not huge but it is great for basics).

Most people who are anti-Aldi have either never been in one or have a snobbish view of them.
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#17
I use Tesco for most of my shopping, but always fill my freezer from Farm Foods, in all fairness they have the branded stuff well cheap!

People need to watch Tesco to be honest, they buy so much fresh fruit etc I think they hold it back and this is why a lot of the dates are so short.

Isnt it funny how the likes of Sainsburys / M&S always have longer dates on the fresh produce . . . .
#18
waitrose :thumbsup: closely followed by M&S Simply Food, and then Sainsburys.
#19
ViperKeith
sainsburys for the food quality but asda for the price my family shop at asda only came to £23 last week


I'm a right cheap skate and regularly do a family weekly shop (2 adults, 1 7 yo, 1 baby) for £30-35 ... the quality of Asda value stuff is surprisingly good!
banned#20
I used to work for Morrisons 114.

so definitely not morrisons.

For cheapness, asda. For chavviness, asda. For general OKness... tesco or sainsburys.
#21
i mainly shop online i use tescos for the packet foods and buy my fresh food from ocado.i wont use tesco for fresh foods as i find they have poor use by dates and have even had yoghurts 10 days out of date from them but i will still use them for offers on the packet food as works out cheaper especially when there is a voucher code or i have my clubcard vouchers. i dont think you can beat the food from ocado its fab.
#22
whatsThePoint
Tesco probably buy a larger amount for a bigger bulk discount and it doesn't sell as well as they hoped


Yer I think they buy a mass of produce, then hold it back until the dates are close and then release it into the stores. I think this is a big part of their business plan to be honest.

I will still say, lowest prices and record profits dont go together, they are really screwing us over. I shop there purely for convenience. And dont get me started on the buy one get one free's
#23
Waitrose or M&S. The people in ASDA scare me.
#24
whatsThePoint
The peaple in Asda scare you :?
Have you not heard who started work in M&S :w00t:


loooool

I quite like shopping in Tesco, not a big fan of Sainsburys some reason the layouts and colours arent my thing. ASDA have only been to a couple of times and its not too bad.
#25
i work for tesco on the customer service desk, and can tell you its a riot. Very badly organised shop where we have a ratio of staff to customers of about 1:3000 :| and with regards the fresh fruit etc thats a very difficult one to get right, we get fresh orders in every night and the nightshift put them out as soon as they can, problem is everyone goes for the long dates so you need to search through the batch to get the best
#26
TUSSFC
I'm a right cheap skate and regularly do a family weekly shop (2 adults, 1 7 yo, 1 baby) for £30-35 ... the quality of Asda value stuff is surprisingly good!


how'dya manage that??!! i shop at asda for me, my 13 yr old and my 10 yr old (and my cat! lol ) i usually spend anywhere between £35 and £50 a week!!
i think i must need some shopping tips!
#27
aw08
Are you TESCOS manager or some thing !!!?? bigging them up just a bit , must at least work for them !!:thinking:


Haha noooo...well I did stack bread on their shelves but that was many many moons ago! I've just never had any problems with them.

krazie2004
The stupid thing I hate about TESCO is that their Tesco Metro stores actually have higher prices than my local newsagents... Work that one out... :roll:

PS: most local stores are metro and overpriced!


You'd only spend that extra money travelling to a bigger store. And I guess the city centre ones do have higher overheads?
#28
Asda is fantastic! Love it.

Morrisons deals can be great, Tesco is too expensive.Sainsburys is brilliant but too far.

I do tend to get 50% from Iceland rest from asda. Then take a trip to farmfoods for milk 2 x 4pints for £1.50 and its £1.53 for 1 in Tesco.
banned#29
M&S > Waitrose/Ocado > Sainsburys > Tesco > Morrisons > Asda > Lidl > Aldi
#30
I shop at all of them each month to get the best deals.
asda - once a week - their own brands are a bit bland but at the moment their 4 for £3 on frozen food and toiletries, juice £2 for 2 litres etc. is unbeatable.
tescos - for basics ok (10p sparkling water for 2 litres) but is expensive generally apart from special offers.
sainsburys - slightly more expensive offers than tescos, but better quality own brands. Veg has longer sell-by dates than tescos.
M+s - bit pricey but v good quality, nice for the odd treat etc
waitrose - don't have one near us
morrisons - not enough choice and poor organic selection
lidls - don't like the layout
aldi - I'm a new convert - they are surprisingly good for things like cheese and pesto
suspended#31
Tesco because they usually have good DVD deals.
#32
dont know about best supermarket but morrisons has won best retailer of the year for the last 2 years

http://www.retail-week.com/morrisons-wins-retailer-of-the-year-for-second-year-running/2013826.article
#33
whatsThePoint
Oracle Retail Week Awards aren't they the ones organised by walmart


not as far as im aware and considering walmart own asda what is your point?
#34
90% morrissons 8% sainsburys 2% asda if they have a specific deal

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