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Too late for melons now but I got those yellow melons priced at £2 for 20p each yesterday afternoon, they were absolutely fine inside . Also got childrens fun set with a ball,ring and surfer set priced £3 for 19p.
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I was in there yesterday as I was passing their store. Wouldn't normally go as it is the other side of town. Picking up reductions anywhere depends on whether your timing is right. I didn't find anything, too early, but while I was there I found some offers. I noted however that most of the things I normally buy were a bit more expensive than other places I shop. It pays to shop around, call in when passing, and don't do all your shopping in one place.
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You need a good memory for the (unit) price you usually pay.
When I was first married I had them all memorised and if something was cheap I'd stock up. I even did a flit round 2 or 3 supermarkets while the children had a swimming lesson (I live 10 miles from 3 different towns).
Then we had horrid inflation, the 'oh, it's gone up, I'll wait' stopped working as it would only go dearer. And I couldn't cope remembering the ever changing prices.

Of course you can now compare prices online, though that gives offers but not yellow stickers. They even have a graph of how a price has changed, (scroll down). Oh look Tescos have McV choc digestives at half price. I wonder why that was the price I looked at
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