How do I find out which supermarket has offers on washing powder, dishwasher tabs etc

(10 Posts)
Coveredinweetabix Tue 29-Oct-13 11:55:10

I'm sure I have seen people refer to some sort of supermarket comparison tool. What is it? One of the major supermarkets is bound to have both of the above on offer and, as we all have of them near us, I may as well go to one of them rather than waste money paying full price.

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LadyKooKoo Tue 29-Oct-13 14:37:12

handcream Tue 29-Oct-13 14:54:46

I NEVER pay full price for washing powder or tablets, like you there are tons of supermarkets around here. When I first spotted Fairy Platimum for half price I brought 10 packs (!!). Now of course they are almost always on offer somewhere. I always have a few packs so never run out.

Littleredsquirrel Tue 29-Oct-13 16:51:54

mysupermarket as ladykookoo has said.

If you sign up to supersavvyme they always have vouchers for this sort of thing. You can only print off a certain number a week but makes a difference

SparklyFucker Thu 31-Oct-13 22:22:03

My golden rule is to never, ever, ever pay full price for any branded product I buy. And they are few and far between anyway. Another useful thing on mysupermarket is that the previous price history graph at the bottom of the product page shows you how frequently offers come up - they're usually very, very regular patterns. And even if you didn't have all of the supermarkets near you, you can use mysupermarket to plan and split your shopping into different batches at one single supermarket to best take advantage of the price matching/moneyback guarantees the big three all have.

BlackberrySeason Mon 04-Nov-13 21:14:45

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Bluecarrot Mon 04-Nov-13 23:05:30

I hate the app! It's ok for checking stuff on the go, but the website is far better.


didireallysaythat Mon 04-Nov-13 23:07:18

Agree - the app is hard work, the website much better. Half price nappies, dishwasher tablets and cat food are my favourites to search for.

BlackberrySeason Tue 05-Nov-13 15:44:26

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Allthingsprettyreturns Sun 02-Feb-14 21:20:12

If you are.looking at offers for washing powder\liquid M and S has a three for two. In my case it meant that it was cheaper than Aldi and I got the same number of washes.

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