Asda or tesco for Christmas shop?
Crazyhouse123 · 24/12/2019 05:19
Sorry not AIBU but shameless posting for traffic!
I am up early to go get bits for Christmas. I have Asda is one direction, tesco in the other, both huge.
Which one should I go to? Which one is generally cheaper?
Crazyhouse123 · 24/12/2019 05:57
You have an Asda and Tesco at equal distance and don’t know which is cheaper? Have you just moved from the moon?
Umm no. There is a local asda just up the road from me so I do not tend to go to tesco too often unless I am passing. I also wasn't aware that I should know. Prices change all the time!
Thank you to everyone else who answered. Just off now!
KamikazeIdiot · 24/12/2019 07:35
Asda is marginally cheaper than Tesco but (a) has crap stock control and is more likely to have sold out of stuff and (b) doesn't sell ripe fruit.
I was at Sainsbury's yesterday and they'd sold out of Christmas puddings. Had to go to M&S and stand in another huge queue.
Loveislandaddict · 24/12/2019 07:42
Prefer a Tesco, but that’s partly because I’m more familiar with it.
I second the person who says which has got the best parking. We have a Sainsbury near us, where the parking always gets gridlocked at Christmas due it’s design and nearby retail park.
Tellmetruth4 · 24/12/2019 08:54
Ask the American staff in Walmart about how they have to claim food stamps which can only be spent in Walmart because pay is so low. Borderline indentured servitude. I believe there’s a documentary on the family. Also the family recently removed paid breaks for UK employees.
It’s only our current employment laws stopping the family from going full Walmart in their UK staff.
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