Hey guys, I found a website which sells out of date, but still safe to eat foods. Since they are out of date, their prices are really cheap. I'd recommend it to uni student's on food budgets, you actually can save hundreds of pounds. I'm not a university student yet but I'll definitely be using this site. Just google approved foods.
For example you can get a box of 36 roundtree sweets for £1.80 which is 5p per pack 0:
Note; I'm not trying to promote the website, but it does seem helpful in saving money with groceries and basic needs which I bet would help every student.
Do share me how much you save if you use it (:
Cheap food! Watch
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Last edited by eggfriedrice; 18-05-2013 at 16:04.
- 18-05-2013 16:03
- 18-05-2013 17:41
Oh! This is fab Thank you so much!!
- 19-05-2013 01:46
I've used them before, and they are good. One of my best finds was £15 olive oil for 99p. It's lovely for dipping bread in
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- 22-05-2013 20:10
Tbh asda is cheep enough for me, unless your a food snob you can get a full weeks worth of shopping for about £10.