Supermarket deals, including discounted gift cards, free choc, new online supermarket customer offers
There are so many supermarket specific deals I’ve moved this section away from my Food and drink deals page. I’ll keep adding to the page as new offers appear.
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Lidl 99p event
From Thursday 16th January Lidl is selling a range of products at 99p, from Chicago Town pizzas to Branston pickle to Ritter chocolate. You can see all the offers here. It’s while stock lasts.
Waitrose January sale
There are some decent discounts at Waitrose right now so it’s worth a look online or in your nearby shop. We tend to buy Sensodyne toothpaste and that’s currently 50% off, and there are savings on plenty of other things too like a range of Alpro dairy-free milks for 90p.
Tesco Clubcard Prices
This offer with special prices for Clubcard customers has returned, though nothing really stood out for me this time around as a particularly good discount. Still, everyone buys different things so there could be something for you. You’ll need a Clubcard to claim the extra money off.
Free Ben & Jerry’s tub for new Shopmium users
You can often save a little extra on your groceries using supermarket cashback apps (read my review). One – Shopmium – offers a freebie to get you started. Right now you can get a free tub of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. It’s been a snack jar of Nutella for a while and it used to be a bar of Lindt chocolate, and has at times been a box of cornettos. It should say when you download the app.
Use the code KHMYEEFW to activate the offer. Once you have signed up you’ll need to buy the item and then scan your receipt to get the money paid back. There are always lots of other discounts and freebies on the app, so it’s worth browsing to see what else you can buy.
Deals to save at M&S food
I’ve written a separate article on all the ways you can cut the cost of food at Marks & Spencer.
Cheap out of date / close to expiry bargains from Approved Food
It’s worth checking out Approved Food’s website to see if there’s anything that takes your fancy. It sells safe to eat food that’s either just out of date or part of a warehouse clearance. When I tried it I managed to buy things that had years left before they expired.