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Basically I'm pretty bored so was just wondering what everyone's favourite supermarket was in terms of quality and customer service? My personal favourite is Tesco since I work there and the quality is pretty good without being expensive, followed by Sainsbury's who are generally better quality but getting a bit pricy!
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I'm loyal to Tesco

They gave me lots of vouchers lately and I was allowed to use them all at once on petrol so I used them all in one go and got £22 worth of free petrol and that was enough for a day out the next day they also gave me a bottle of gin by accident one day with my food shopping delivery. I certainly wasn't complaining :laugh:
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Wooo! That's awesome! I just got a little 4.50 voucher the other day but meant I bought just over a fivers worth of shopping for 75p
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I think they get boring, so I shop at several and take the offers from all of them. Aldi have the best value imo. M&S and Waitrose best for quality, but soemtimes they are silly expensive. For what used to be big shops I just tended to use the closest big supermarket.
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Asda because it's closer
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Tesco because it's literally only a two minute walk from my house
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Lidl because it's the cheapest
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Poundland because you can buy £1.60 wafer biscuits for £1!!!!!
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Sainsburys! Because it's the only supermarket that the meat from the deli tastes like butcher's meat, rather than just watered down rubbish!


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must I say Tesco?



in all fairness it's right up the road so, prices are doable and food is good enough quality methinks, not bothered about people thinking it's chavvy, which we can say about ASDA
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Asda. It's like Tesco but slightly cheaper. :hand:

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Although I live a lot nearer to Tesco and convenience comes first ... :sad:
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