Dominika Bien regularly uses the nifty Too Good To Go app and recently got £60 worth of groceries for just £19 by making the most of the food-saving product
This means that now more than ever, it pays to limit where you can.
If you need inspiration on how to save money, a mother-of-two explained a nifty app trick that’ll get you discounted groceries.
Dominika Bien, 33, a business mentor from London, regularly uses the Too Good To Go app.
Too good to take away works with retailers and smaller, independent shops to sell “magic bags” of groceries that would otherwise be thrown away at the end of the day.
So not only do you keep more money in your pocket, you also help save the planet.
Prices start at around £2 for a bag. The only downside is that you don’t get to choose what food you get – it depends on what’s available that day.
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Some of the larger companies that Too Good To Go works with are Morrisons, Greggs, Costa and Marks and Spencer.
Recently Dominika got £60 worth of groceries for just £19.
This included £20 worth of sushi for £6.78 and £8 Greggs products for £2.59.
Dominica tells LatestDeals.co.uk : “When I found out about the Too Good To Go app from my sister a few months ago, I immediately decided to check it out.
“After downloading it and entering my location, I found out that there are a few businesses in my area that work with Too Good To Go.
“The app is very easy to use and allows you to select the distance within 30 km with all the shops that offer the bags.
“The great thing is that the app offers magic bags at different times, from morning to late at night, so there is something for everyone.
“Once you have reserved and paid for the magic bags of your choice, you will be informed of the pick-up time.
“You go to the store within the allotted time slot and swipe on the bag’s app collection.”
In her latest haul, Dominika collected two magic bags from Starbucks, two magic bags from a local sushi joint, Hunnu, a magic bag from Greggs, and a bag from Co-op.
“I paid £19 for over £60 worth of food,” she said.
“Apart from the amazing savings and helping to avoid food waste, we get to try some new foods that we may not have tried before.
“My kids loved the element of surprise of not knowing what’s in the bags.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/mum-explains-app-trick-60-26558350 Mum explains the app trick she used to get £60 worth of groceries including Greggs for just £19