A Nectar card survey of 2,000 shoppers found that two-thirds check price before adding a product to their cart, half look at usage by date, and more than half look for quality.
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The weekly brick-and-mortar store is still doing well with three-quarters of Britons still doing big supermarket scan, a survey has revealed.
The figures show that they not only roam the aisles with jokes once a week, half also go to stores to “recharge” for items that have run out.
6 out of 10 adults write down a shopping list so they don’t forget any items, and the 5th person puts it on the list. smartphone and one in 20 people just have to try it and keep it in mind.
According to research, list writers are likely to save an average of £11 per store because sticking with their gun means they won’t go astray and be tempted to buy or be lured in by other items. Promotions.
And they assume having a list means they can walk around the store and get to the checkout within 24 minutes of choosing a cart or cart.
However, many people fall short of that goal, with 47% admitting that they sometimes forget to bring their list, while a third forget to buy things despite having a quick note.
Nectar card’s survey of 2,000 shoppers found that two-thirds check price before adding a product to their cart, half look at usage by date, and more than half look for quality.
A snapshot of shopping habits by countries shows that almost 4 out of 10 people always use the same food items while a quarter prefer to see what’s new on the shelves and try the products. creation.
However, taking the risk would result in a fifth of their budget breaking and overspending.
Young shoppers aged 25 to 34 were the best in total when they went and more than a quarter of all shoppers wished they were more savvy at the supermarket.
Research shows that 4 out of 10 people believe they are good at finding the best deals, but 1 in 10 often fail to take advantage of money-saving loyalty card deals. .
Sam Burston, Nectar’s director of customer relationship management at Sainsbury’s, said: “Ensuring that we are providing our customers with great value is something we really prioritize.
“But we also understand that a busy life often means there is little time left to plan a restaurant opening or take advantage of all the offers on offer.”
While online grocery shopping is on the rise, figures from market analyst NielsenIQ show it accounts for just 13% of the market.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/brits-writing-shopping-lists-save-26437491 Brits who write shopping lists save £11 on groceries at the supermarket