Look at this little lot then, a fantastic haul from tes&co, and that's not all of it. Missing off the pic is salmon fillets and cheese and onion slices. When I saw the low prices I rang Sue to ask if she wanted anything, so I got extra for her as well. My bill came to £12.04. There was milk and cream which was the only two items that weren't reduced, so less the £2.40 for Sue's shopping, mine cost me £9.64.
Again I was hassling the ladies with the price ticket machines, hovering, watching, and getting ready to grab as soon as the sticker had gone on. I couldn't believe my luck, it helps being in the right place at the right time. I finally came out the shop at 6.30pm, it only took an hour and a half.
I was craving fresh veg and I have got plenty here. In my stash I have, 8 green peppers at 20p each, lettuce, mushrooms, tomatoes, spinach, carrots, potatoes, broccoli, oatcakes, sliced wholemeal bread, and grainy bread rolls. Fantastic. That's enough veg to last for well over a week, and the bread in the freezer will last for several weeks.
From the discount stores I got Coffee Mate, Iceland are doing a 1kg pack for £3, and So Good Soya milk, 39p in Home Bargains, and well in date. Normally this is £1.27 in the supermarkets. Buy it cheap while it is there.
So the money saving continues, but far from it being a bore to watch every penny, it's fun. I must add some more stores to my list to check out prices. I don't normally go in Iceland, or that other frozen food shop, Farm something or other, I must cast my net further afield to bag the best bargains.
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