WITH family budgets under pressure in these unprecedented times, it’s now more important than ever to look after the pennies.
To help you out, Morrisons are Making Price Cuts, and, in a world where we need to squeeze as much as we can out of every pound, they’re focused on keeping the cost of your shopping basket low, week in week out.
They’re cutting prices on the things you buy every week, and have already slashed the prices of over 800 of your favourite items and held them low. And this week, they’ve cut the price of over 400 more, and these prices will be staying low too.
As well as being low in price, their basics are high in quality, ensuring you’re feeding your family tasty and nutritious food within your budget constraints.
Just look out for the yellow scissors in store and online to discover how much less your shopping could cost.
Here are some of our top price cut picks.
The big brekkie
However you start your day, Morrisons are making it cheaper.
If you’re of the “but first, coffee…” persuasion, then your morning brew is now even more appealing, with a jar of Morrison’s Gold coffee now costing just £1.99.
Who doesn’t like toast? For just £1.08 you can pick up a loaf of bread and a jar of jam and you’ve got breakfast for the whole family.
And if you’re feeling a little fancy, you can get 6 croissants for just 99p – perfect for a lazy weekend brekkie in bed.
Back to school or out and about
Whether you’re sending the kids back to school or embracing the last of the summer sunshine with a picnic, you’re gonna need a sarnie.
Your lunch box just got cheaper, with over £2.50 off the ingredients for 8 tuna rolls.
Morrisons’ price cuts don’t just apply to own brand products either. You can also enjoy brand names like Warburtons and John West for less.
Get your five a day
Fresh fruit and veg is the key to a healthy diet and they’re always a good price at Morrisons.
From staple ingredients, to healthy snacks and everything in between there’s so much variety available too.
Bulk out family dinners with onions for 65p or savoy cabbage for 55p, or keep hunger at bay with conference pairs at £1.25 for 4 or sweet clementines for £1.65 for 800g.
Hands up if the most frequent topic of conversation in your family is “what’s for dinner”?
Not only is it expensive cooking a family meal every night, it’s also tiring thinking of something different to make.
Spag Bol is a hit in any household, and will delight hungry tummies after a long day at school or work and you can get everything you need at Morrisons for just £3.69. It’ll comfortably feed a family of four, and you may even have leftovers!
For more price cuts keep an eye out for the yellow scissors in store and online at Morrisons to discover how much less your shopping could cost.