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    Which supermarket do you use the most?

    Which supermarket see's the most of your cash?

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    Asda.....nearest and cheapest....and it has George!:thumbsup:

    Asda, it's 5 minutes walk from the house

    Sainsbury's

    Asda - but only as we don't have a tesco's and morrisons here is really hard to get to by bus

    morrisons for me, im starting to find Tesco expensive, went shopping last week bill came up to a wopping £115 i was shocked and still am what did i buy, and if i went morrisons or asda half that i would say. but thats just me.

    marks and sainburys for me :thumbsup:

    sarbjeet_

    morrisons for me, im starting to find Tesco expensive, went shopping last … morrisons for me, im starting to find Tesco expensive, went shopping last week bill came up to a wopping £115 i was shocked and still am what did i buy, and if i went morrisons or asda half that i would say. but thats just me.



    Interesting to read that because I think you're dead right about Tesco's. They are becoming extremely expensive in my opinion, probably because in great areas of the country they have a near monopoly.

    I've also noticed that their promotions are becoming more and more rubbishy and more and more directed at "junk food" and booze, disturbing !?

    On the plus side though they when they reduce goods they do it properly and I can fill my small freezer compartment on a Sunday morning for the week ! My reason for shopping at Tesco's, lol !

    Wish we had an Asda nearby.................:-(

    Original Poster

    I have noticed that Tesco's have become very expensive over the last year, I used to shop there but now we are leaning more towards Asda & Morrisons.

    i shop at tescos and every shopping bill comes up to around 100 pounds. dnt know why its that much. when i got to asda the most its come up to is 70 and that is alot of thing for 70 pounds.

    Asda - easiest to get to :thumbsup:

    Banned

    Tesco, get it deliverd, the dot.com site is the best in the industry

    im not too keen on home deliveries, i shop at asda but online shopping i notice the dates on fridge food to be very short.
    so i dont use it now.
    \Christmas time i will as apparently you can reserve your slot in tesco so ive been told upto 3 weeks [email protected]??? does anyone know if this is correct

    Asda staff seem to be the most friendliest and have everything I need. My parents shop at tesco though.

    mainly tesco as oh has discount card but do go to asda's occasionally as they have some good offeres on

    Tesco - it's on my bus route, it has a great clothing section.

    Asda here.

    Its funny how these votes exactly reflect the market share of the top 4 supermarkets
    Tesco
    Asda
    Sainsburys
    Morrisons

    pcnutta

    im not too keen on home deliveries, i shop at asda but online shopping i … im not too keen on home deliveries, i shop at asda but online shopping i notice the dates on fridge food to be very short. so i dont use it now.\Christmas time i will as apparently you can reserve your slot in tesco so ive been told upto 3 weeks [email protected]??? does anyone know if this is correct



    You can always book 3 weeks in advance, not just at christmas. This is the same for all of the online grocery stores. Note: Ocado is the only place delivering on christmas eve

    Tesco, my mum works there so 10% staff discount.

    Asda for me. Wierd choice really as Iceland have some excellent deals AND deliver free but nobody shops there:?

    have you guys noticed that those tesco metro stores are a complete rip off. My local tesco sells almond/ chocolate croissants for 59p, while the metro by my uni is selling them for 89p

    Civic EG6

    have you guys noticed that those tesco metro stores are a complete rip … have you guys noticed that those tesco metro stores are a complete rip off. My local tesco sells almond/ chocolate croissants for 59p, while the metro by my uni is selling them for 89p


    I don't think they are a "ripoff" i think they just sell their best stuff and do not sell value products.....

    Mo786

    Asda staff seem to be the most friendliest and have everything I need. My … Asda staff seem to be the most friendliest and have everything I need. My parents shop at tesco though.



    We are! :thumbsup:

    have 6 tescos in bicester so not much choice!

    I have been doing my "big shop" at Tesco for the past few months as I had some brill health & beauty money off vouchers and saved a fortune, but I have started to notice their prices creeping up! might have to shop around in the new year! hate our local Asda, staff are lovely but the clientelle leaves a lot to be desired!

    Banned

    the Morrisons near me is a fantastic store. They have a really nice hot chicken counter, a good cafe place, and more importantly helpful staff. We dont have an Asda around here, so I can't comment on that, but we do have a tesco and i find it expensive in comparison.

    Morrissons in Coalville, it's been there for 10 years I think, so was one of the first in the Midlands, I remember having friends who travelled maybe 5-10 miles to shop there 'cos it was quite unique at the time, with the market street type layout of counters for the bakery, deli, hot chickens etc.

    We are used to it now and lots of other supermarkets have similar set ups :-D

    Shengis

    Asda for me. Wierd choice really as Iceland have some excellent deals AND … Asda for me. Wierd choice really as Iceland have some excellent deals AND deliver free but nobody shops there:?



    Cant order online for iceland though

    Asda because its the only one that delivers to my area

    Banned

    Seen the price of M&M's at Tesco now £1.67? at the metro stores they are £1.75. Even my the store in the village I work sells Babybell for 92p while Tesco sells them for £1.29

    kelly_o_fanatic

    Cant order online for iceland though


    Can't wih Asda where I live either:-(

    Icelands is good for people who want to go into town for a wander but are too lazy to carry their food home, or for those that don't own cars etc and can't actually get to the main supermarkets easily.
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