Save Money on Groceries with these Deals

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We have all noticed the rapidly rising cost of living over the past month or two. From energy bills rocketing, to NI rising by 1.25%, we are set to feel the squeeze in every aspect of our lives. Even the Netflix subscription fee is rising by £1 per month!

Several of these increased costs are sadly out of our control, and we will need to reshuffle our budgets to account for these changes.

Savvy grocery shopping however is one area where cuts and switches can make a noticeable difference to our budgets. Along with batch cooking, bulk buying and opting for own brand products, there are loads of deals we can take advantage of to reduce our monthly food bill.

I’ve compiled a list of the best offers and discounts going which could help to dramatically cut the price of your weekly food shop. Whether you want cheap weekday meals or would like to stock up on cupboard essentials, I hope there is at least one offer on this list that can help you save some cash!

Supermarket Cashback Offers

Websites such as Quidco and Topcashback are offering good cashback rates for supermarket spends, particularly if you are a new customer. Here are some of the best offers you can take advantage of via Quidco:

Tesco£5 for new customer orders over £60
Asda£6.50 for new customer orders over £40
Morrisons£4.60 cashback
Sainsbury’s£4 cashback for new customer orders £60 or over
Iceland£8% cashback for new customer purchases
Ocado8% cashback for new customer orders (placed for delivery on Wednesday, Saturday or Sunday)
Approved Food£4 cashback for new customer orders
Gorillas£25 cashback for new customers

If you are new to Quidco you can also bag an extra £5 for signing up and earning cashback via the link here.

Topcashback offer similar rates for new customers, so are worth a browse too. If you have a supermarket in mind, compare the rates at both Topcashback and Quidco to make sure you are getting the highest cashback rate.

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Bother Discount Code – £15 off a £50 spend  

This offer from Bother is fantastic for stocking up on cupboard staples and cleaning products. Essentials such as tinned fruit and veg, tubs of peanut butter and jars of coffee are often reduced or on promotion, and the discount can be applied on top. Make sure to price check items to ensure you are getting the best value for your money, but there are some really great bargains to be found with this offer. Delivery is quick and completely free too!

Click here for a webother discount code to receive your £15 off a £50 spend code.

Psst… Quidco are offering 24% off new customer orders with Bother too, so make sure to deal stack!

Gousto – Meals for £1.53

By applying a referral code, new customers can bag 8 meals (4 meals x 2 portions) for just £12.25. Gousto offer 60 different meal choices every week so there is something for everyone! Meat and seafood tend to be more expensive in supermarkets than veggie alternatives, so maybe something to keep in mind if you want to get the best possible value for your box. Click here to sign up and get 65% off your first box of recipes!

Quidco also offer £15 cashback for new Gousto customers, so it’s worth clicking through when placing an order to try to deal stack. You have nothing to lose by trying!

Hello Fresh – Meals for 83p

The referral offer for new Hello Fresh customers is also great value, working out at 83p per meal (6 meals = 3 meals x 2 portions). There are fewer recipes to choose from compared to Gousto, but still plenty and it can work out as a fab bargain for all the ingredients included, plus free delivery. Click here for £46 off your first box!

Quidco also offer a decent amount of cashback on all purchases depending on how much you spend, so it’s worth placing an order via their website to see if your cashback is tracked.

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Morrisons x Amazon Prime – £20 off a £60 spend

By using this promotion wisely to stock up and maybe buy some of your essential items in bulk, the savings could really make a difference to your monthly budget. Perhaps larger bags of pantry staples such as rice, oats, lentils and pasta could be a good choice, and all for a third off!

Add £60 of groceries to your basket, and then apply code FIRST20MOR at checkout to get £20 off.

Next day delivery is free too. Bonus!

Oddbox Discount – 99p fruit or veg box

Will I ever stop talking about how great Oddbox is? Probably not.

If you’d like a very affordable box of fruit or veg for just 99p, as well as helping to fight food waste, then this is offer is for you. The contents of the box are seasonal and change each week, but you do have the choice to opt out of up to three items.

Oddbox is a fun way to expand your horizons and try vegetables you might not necessarily buy yourself too. I recently tried Kohlrabi for the first time thanks to my latest box! Click here for an Oddbox referral code for £10 off your first box.

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Simply Cook – FREE box

This handy little box contains the sauces and spices to make four different meals of your choice. Simply Cook’s variety of recipes is almost overwhelming, there are so many delicious sounding options! The ingredients lists for each recipe tend to be very simple compared to recipes typically found in cookbooks, and usually only require total of 4-5 items on average. This helps to keep shopping lists short and meal prices very affordable, but still exciting.

The meals can also be adapted super easily to use up what you already have in. As a veggie household we often swap out ingredients for Quorn, which works really well with Simply Cook recipes. Boxes are delivered for free and can be posted straight through your letterbox.

If you’d like to try a Simply cook box for FREE, use the following link here.

I hope these offers help to reduce your grocery spend this week! Feel free to pop your referral codes or links in the comments below for others to use. If you’re interested in more ways to save money, click here.