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Where do you clothes shop?

Tesco
Sainsbury's
Asda
Lidl
Aldi
Waitrose/Budgens.
Morrison's.

I shop at all except for the last 3 because they're they do not operate in Northern Ireland.

Part 2
Primark
M&S
Next
Dunnes Stores
H&M
Matalan
Pull&Bear
Tk Max
Sports Direct
Harrods (if you're lucky)

I adore Primark..
(edited 1 year ago)

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Reply 2
Original post by 5hyl33n
M&S


Ah yes, they do have a food branch.
Original post by Amb/conf
Tesco
Sainsbury's
Asda
Lidl
Aldi
Waitrose/Budgens.
Morrison's.

I shop at all except for the last 3 because they're they do not operate in Northern Ireland.


I shop in tesco.
Its only next door to where i work so its handy.

I didnt know they had sainsburys in ireland.
Reply 4
Original post by Emma:-)
I shop in tesco.
Its only next door to where i work so its handy.

I didnt know they had sainsburys in ireland.

They have Sainsbury's in Northern Ireland and the Republic Of Ireland. I was just there today, they have amazing pastries.
Waitrose have just restarted their free coffee scheme... it is a powerful incentive to shop there ( from the bargain shelf :colondollar: )
Asda coz it’s down the road from me
Original post by Amb/conf
Tesco
Sainsbury's
Asda
Lidl
Aldi
Waitrose/Budgens.
Morrison's.

I shop at all except for the last 3 because they're they do not operate in Northern Ireland.

Sainsbury’s always.
Original post by Amb/conf
They have Sainsbury's in Northern Ireland and the Republic Of Ireland. I was just there today, they have amazing pastries.


I work at a mcvities warehouse, and we regularly have loads go out to Tesco, Asda, Lidl, Henderson's (who does smaller shops) etc etc. I'd never seen a load go to Sainsbury's in Ireland though so I'd assumed they didn't have Sainsbury's over there. Obviously I was wrong.
Reply 9
Original post by Mohammed_80
Sainsbury’s always.

I just go where's closest/convenient.
Original post by Emma:-)
I work at a mcvities warehouse, and we regularly have loads go out to Tesco, Asda, Lidl, Henderson's (who does smaller shops) etc etc. I'd never seen a load go to Sainsbury's in Ireland though so I'd assumed they didn't have Sainsbury's over there. Obviously I was wrong.

Strange..
(edited 1 year ago)
Reply 10
Original post by the bear
Waitrose have just restarted their free coffee scheme... it is a powerful incentive to shop there ( from the bargain shelf :colondollar: )


I wouldn't know, would I? No shame in bargain shopping.
Tesco coop sainsburys lidl
Reply 12
Original post by Laurence010401
Tesco coop sainsburys lidl


First person for Lidl. Ah yes, The Co-op.
Original post by Laurence010401
Tesco coop sainsburys lidl

I don't know why this made me laugh. But same. Literally whichever one is the most convenient at the time.
Original post by Amb/conf
Tesco
Sainsbury's
Asda
Lidl
Aldi
Waitrose/Budgens.
Morrison's.

I shop at all except for the last 3 because they're they do not operate in Northern Ireland.

waitrose, tesco, saisburys
Reply 15
I've never been to an Aldi or Waitrose 😔 I've been to Morrison's on holiday.
Primarily Tesco
Occasionally Morrison's
Once in a while Lidl
Reply 17
Original post by PinkMobilePhone
Primarily Tesco
Occasionally Morrison's
Once in a while Lidl


How many boxes of cereal do you buy a week?
Original post by Amb/conf
How many boxes of cereal do you buy a week?


Not that many these days, maybe 1 box a week.
Why?
Reply 19
Original post by PinkMobilePhone
Not that many these days, maybe 1 box a week.
Why?


My family is also 6, was seeing if we eat a normal amount.

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