I always check for reductions when I go shopping, but yesterday, Mick was the one doing the shopping. I'm pleased to say that my habits have rubbed off on him as he came home with some bargains.
I absolutely love this tenderstem broccoli, but I refuse to pay £2 for a pack of it. This was reduced to 60p so it will go very nicely with the beef casserole I'm making for tea tonight.
These miniature potatoes should have been £1.50. They'd previously been reduced to £1.04 and then finally, down to 68p. Something else which we'll eat tonight.
I wouldn't usually buy things like these crispy potato slices. They should be £1.70 a pack, goodness me, it would only cost pence to make them yourself. We very rarely have a Sunday roast, preferring to have one usually on a Monday, but if not, midweek. Yesterday, we'd planned to have lamb chops and chips for tea, but as the crispy potatoes were reduced to 51p, Mick thought we might like them instead of the chips. They were very nice.
I haven't found any bargains for a while, I think I'll have to send Mick more often.