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Isnt morrisons dear?

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
they have opened a new morrisons near me so i thought big shop sorted, man isnt it expensive or am i just used to netto and asdas prices.you can safely say it was my first and last time ,i usually pay about a fiver for a nice piece of fillet stake it was nearly 6 notes there,shocking :)
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
I like Morrisons but only for certain items, if I had a car I'd go round all the supermarkets getting the best deals lol.
banned#2
LOL over £1
whatever you do don't enter sainsburys!! lol and do i dare mention waitrose
#3
yeah it can be expensive for some items, worse with morrisons is they have offers on, advertise in papers / on tv then dont get the stock in while the offer is on, Shocking !!!!
#4
Go to Netto for your usuals and pop in Morrisons if they got a good deal on something,they do have a lot of good offers,see them posted up all time. Sometimes they compettive for comp games aswell.
#5
Yeah i think its a rip off!

All the decent offers BOGOF's are on the end of the isles so they are the only things i buy.
#6
AshleyRFC
I like Morrisons but only for certain items, if I had a car I'd go round all the supermarkets getting the best deals lol.


i do this, when we do our shop we go to tesco, morrisons, asda and sainsburys, end up spending a fortune though !!!!
#7
steak vaires in price from how big it is.
i'd sooner get meat from a decent english supermarket than from netto/aldi etc.
better still get it from your butcher.
banned#8
starsparkle2311
Our town has Morrisons, Iceland, Co-Op and Sainsbury's, think yourself lucky you live where you do:thumbsup:

I don't do a big shop in any of them tho'.


where do you do a big shop?
#9
starsparkle2311
Our town has Morrisons, Iceland, Co-Op and Sainsbury's, think yourself lucky you live where you do:thumbsup:

I don't do a big shop in any of them tho'.


Offs Co-Op surely has to be the dearest, had a wee wander round our local Co-Op the other day, nearly died when I seen how much they wanted for a 10 pack of Capri Sun.
#10
kapows
where do you do a big shop?


She doesn't she "borrows" the things she wants from Co-Op, Sainsburys and Iceland.
#11
Morrisons and Asda are the cheapest.

By far Tescos is the more expensive then Sainsburys. Advertisement is so clever.
#12
vikkiwathall
yeah it can be expensive for some items, worse with morrisons is they have offers on, advertise in papers / on tv then dont get the stock in while the offer is on, Shocking !!!!


the all do this to get you into the shop, i remember when the last harry potter boook came out, asda were selling it at less than they bought it for as it got you into the shop so you would buy more of their crap
#13
fillet steak may have been expensive but right next to it would be rib eye or rump at half price or reduced....thats how they work

also you havnt said the weight of the picec of steak....were they the same?or how much per kg difference

i find morrisons to be cheap in general and they usualyy have offers on whatever i want even if it meand changing brands occasopnally or even varying the cut of meat i eat


netto lmao
#14
You can not class the Co-op in the same bracket as the other Supermarkets, as they are very much local convenience shops located in the high street and small villages and there prices have to reflect the cost of being there and the hours they open, ie all day sundays.
banned#15
we use sainsburys for a big shop or marks and spencers for food
what i want to know is how people shop in places like aldi or lidl etc. i would be too embarrassed to walk through the doors
#16
rm13_hammer
we use sainsburys for a big shop or marks and spencers for food
what i want to know is how people shop in places like aldi etc. id be too embarassed to walk through the doors


Why??? Do heinz baked beans taste different in Sainsburys than they do in Aldi?
#17
rm13_hammer
we use sainsburys for a big shop or marks and spencers for food
what i want to know is how people shop in places like aldi etc. id be too embarassed to walk through the doors


I love Aldis diluting orange juice and the maple hams they sell.
#18
i stock up on stuff in lidl's with things like tinned food, rice, noodles and if theres any decent special offers on.
get nice stuff from waitroses and sainsburys,
and get meat from either the butchers, farm shops or waitroses.
#19
AshleyRFC
I love Aldis diluting orange juice and the maple hams they sell.


We also get Aldi's dilute juice to for the kids, also get the veg & fruit there, some great bargains !!!!
#20
I seen a woman once come out of Aldi with a trolley full and fill up her fancy Marks and Spencers carrier bags.
#21
starsparkle2311
I missed that one, you cheeky so and so:x:-D


me? :whistling:
#22
AshleyRFC
I seen a woman once come out of Aldi with a trolley full and fill up her fancy Marks and Spencers carrier bags.


lol
banned#23
AshleyRFC
I seen a woman once come out of Aldi with a trolley full and fill up her fancy Marks and Spencers carrier bags.


i heard one of the mums waiting in the school playground admit to this lol
#24
the porter
dont laugh at netto its beltin for wine cheap warbys bread other branded stuff fruit shoots :thumbsup: regarding the steak i cant remember but it looked smaller didnt feel as heavy didnt look as thick but was deffo dearer :thumbsup:


depends on what wine you drink, personally i cant drink cheap cask wines and no brand cheap labels with sub standard grapes and god knows what else in them.....fish bones n stuff believe it or not

same as bread i only eat fresh bread not packed up stuff...... as for the steak i had a decent rib eye for around a fiver last week from morrisons 3-400 grams you dont seem to have choisen a like for like by the sounds of it or at least give us price per kg how u compared it to get it defintly dearer

no food snobbery but i like to eat decent food , my days of choosing food because its sub quality cheap or about to go off are long gone
#25
I shop online mainly,got Ocado coming this Saturday night, £30 off too,sometimes I use Waitrose,mainly when vouchers about for £10-15. Previous 2 online shops in last mth or so I had £10 twice for Tesco. Occasionly use Sainsburys,they send vouchers out when you not used them for a while.
Tried Asda once,they were good too,used free delivery code.
Locally we got a Aldi,Iceland,Netto and Farmfoods,I use all them for a few bits here and there,don't care about going in them,partner will drop by M&S for certain items too,we got Somerfield too but they not very good I don't think.
banned#26
i find it expensive also.
#27
sainburys jam doughnuts from their instore bakery - nuff said
#28
wish we had a netto!!

I do my main shop asdas home delivery then somerfield for there offers .
#29
I must be the only 1 that likes morrisons if you go half hour b4 closing they reduce all pies bread /chickens etc that are freshly baked that day so are ok 2 freeze or have the day after .
you can usually get 4 pies for under a pd and have had 24 baps for less than 50p i usually share with my dad as he is now on his own :oops:
#30
agreed....very expensive

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