‘Cut cost of Christmas shop by 30%’ in Tesco, Morrisons and Aldi – best time to shop

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‘Cut cost of Christmas shop by 30%’ in Tesco, Morrisons and Aldi – best time to shop


Online supermarket Britsuperstore has analyzed the UK’s top 10 supermarket chains to find the best time to complete Christmas shopping this year. For example, Aldi customers should go to the store early in the morning for the quietest time or on Wednesdays to find special “Aldi finds”. Tesco shoppers should go in the afternoon or 30 minutes before closing to find the best reduction.

Aldi

Busiest Hours: Monday – Friday 17:00-18:00, Saturday 12:00 and Sunday 15:00

Quietest hours: Monday – Friday 8am-9am and 9-10pm, Saturday 8am-9am and 9pm/12am, Sunday 11am

Restock times: Before the store opens and 3pm, with special Aldi Finds sales every Wednesday

Reduction times: Before 08:00 and before closing time

Lidl

Busiest Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00-13:00 and 17:00-18:00, Saturday 12:00-15:00 and Sunday 12:00

Quietest hours: Monday – Friday 8am and 10pm-11pm, Saturday 8am and 10pm-11pm, Sunday 4pm-5pm

Restock times: Late at night and overnight

Reduction times: Morning and before closing time

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Morrisons

Busiest Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00-13:00, Saturday 13:00 and Sunday 12:00

Quietest hours: Monday – Friday 7am-9am and 9pm-11pm, Saturday 7am-8am and 9pm-11pm, Sunday 4pm

Restock times: 17:00/18:00

Reduction times: 17:00

Tesco

Busiest Hours: Monday – Friday 15:00-18:00, Saturday 12:00-14:00 and Sunday 12:00

Quietest hours: Monday – Friday 7am and 8pm-11pm, Saturday 7am-9am and 9pm-11pm, Sunday 7am-8am and 10pm-11pm

Restock times: 6:30 am

Reduction times: 30 minutes before closing time

DON’T MISS:

Sainsbury’s

Busiest Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00-16:00, Saturday 12:00 and Sunday 15:00

Quietest hours: Monday – Friday 7:00-9:00 and 19:00-22:00, Saturday 8:00-9:00 and 21:00, Sunday 23:00 and 16:00

Restock times: When closed and during the day

Reduction times: 17:00

Asda

Busiest hours: Monday – Friday 17:00-18:00, Saturday 13:00 and Sunday 12:00

Quietest hours: Monday 06:00-08:00 and 22:00-14:00, Tuesday – Friday 22:00 – 07:00, Saturday 12:00-07:00, Sunday 11:00 and 16:00

Restock times: 22:00

Reduction times: Early in the day and 7 p.m

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M&S

Busiest hours: Monday – Friday 17:00-18:00, Saturday 16:00 and Sunday 13:00-15:00

Quietest hours: Monday – Friday 8am and 8pm-9pm, Saturday 8am-9am and 6pm-7pm, Sunday 5pm-6pm

Restock times: 07:00

Reduction times: Lunch and 30 minutes before closing time

Iceland

Busiest hours: Monday – Friday 17:00, Saturday 13:00 and Sunday 13:00

Quietest hours: Monday – Friday 8am-9am, Saturday 8am-9am, Sunday 10am

Restock times: Before opening

Reduction times: Discounts are added to deliveries

Britsuperstore director Richard Price has shared his top tips when buying food this Christmas, including “online shopping”. By shopping online “you can skip the queues and also see what the supermarkets are offering and what’s in stock as they have delivery slots and click and collect available,” he explained.

Substituting national brands for the lower priced store brands is also key this winter. “Buying own-brand products can often reduce the cost of your supermarket store by 30 per cent, according to a MoneySavingExpert,” revealed Richard.

He also recommended using discount stores, such as Home Bargains, Poundland and B&M, which are “excellent for good value branded food”. He said: “Go to Lidl and Aldi for own brand budget spirits – no one will notice if it’s in a punch or a cocktail! Also ask guests to bring a drink of their choice too to help save at all costs.”

This Christmas it’s essential to buy in bulk as “bulk bags and bulk products usually always work out cheaper, so stocking up on certain items will help you save money in the long run”. Warehouse clubs or wholesale clubs like Costco or Food Warehouse are usually good options for bulk purchases.

Finally, he warned: “Don’t just shop at eye level! It sounds silly, but you can often find similar items for much less if you look at the shelves above and below you. This is because marketers tend to charge full price and more place. expensive items right in front of you. Some items will be marked down, especially for Christmas, so make sure you do some digging to find the right deals.”



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