There is no snobbery here. I too shop at Lidl/Aldi every two or three weeks for specific products but my main shop is in Tesco as their product range and quality is better.
As long as you're happy dear! :)
Thats not really a good comparison, as firstly its part of the Christmas price wars on these, and secondly, certainly round here, aldi and lidl's veg is definitely not as good quality, or fresh, as Tesco. There's always specific items you can pick up on, like, I buy Capri Sun boxes of 10 when they are on offer in the main supermarkets, at the moment in Tesco you can get 4 boxes for £7.60, so £1.90 a box. The Aldi version are £1.80 a box, but taste like they forgot to put the flavour in, I get more flavour from the water out the tap. But the same applies to stuff I buy from Aldi. My opinion is, you can't do a full shop at Aldi or Lidl, the product range is too small, but you can certainly save money buying some stuff from them.
As you say, pure snobbery. And I’d add blind faith in Tesco and sheer ignorance of the facts to that. Most of the Tesco fanboys have no idea how much Aldi and Lidl have changed lately, how much cheaper their own label products are than Tesco’s, and that the quality’s every bit as good, if not better. It’s all coming from the same UK suppliers, to much the same specifications, so why wouldn’t it be?
I haven’t got a email unfortunately (annoyed)
Posted 4th Dec 2019Posted 4th Dec 2019
Border Dark Chocolate Gingers - £1 at Tesco, less 50p voucher in Tesco mag via Mysupermarket£1
If you can find a Tesco magazine, there's a voucher for 50p off these premium biscuits.
I got that screenshot from my Android app. It's there. Where it says cashback at the bottom, click on this should show you the comparison stores. Hope that helps!
This would be OK if the supermarket stocks the product don't be misled on prices though shampoo and conditioner was actually cheaper in superdrug although app stated asda was the cheapest. It doesn't compare like for like against all stores you can end up paying more for less product.
Oh I thought it was something new.. It's MySuperList which is a good app but very clunky to use just not got the best layout and navigation and doesn't look like that screenshot. I'm guessing that's iOS, I'm on Android. it does a good job just which it was easier to use!
I use their website everytime before I go out to do some shopping and since I have a tesco, sainsbury and asda not too far away from where I live, I can easily separate up which products I need to buy from which supermarket. Great little money saving tool!
Posted 26th Jun 2014Posted 26th Jun 2014
Strawberries £2 possible free (via cashback) @ mySupermarket£2
"Add your strawberries to your basket and we’ll refund the cost to the PayPal account connected to your mySupermarket account when you check out." Offer seems to be on for Asda, T… Read more