I do try, mainly because I love to see what the other store has.
Some things one will have the other doesn't.
I get sick of the same old thing....over and over again.
I find for us, it is well worth the effort, we love change.
Aldi have products the other two big ones don't, and that is part of my menu for the week.
No, I don't but I go to different places to buy various things eg Farmers' markets for fruit, veg, eggs and some meats and local butchers for my Scenic Rim 4REAL Milk. I go to Aldi for a lot of other things as their prices are pretty good across the board.
I have a lot of people to feed, so sometimes end up going to more than one shop, but my shops are in different directions, so generally I just head to whichever one is in the direction I need to do something else that day. I enjoy watching just how low they will go to outdo each other, but it doesn't really affect where I shop.
My dear kind neighbour helps me out by taking me shopping and we just swap around where we go each week according to what we need! some items can only be bought at Coles,and others from other supermarkets.So it tends to b e the items required rather than the specials!
I swap between 3 supermarkets/ Toilet rolls when on sale I will buy enough for maybe 3 months or more, same with yoghurt and tinned snack size tuna, for the same amount of months. Certainly saves me money.
I find that woolworths and coles have specails that met my requirements..
I go the super markets around 10 am in the mornings or 4 pm as that is the time bread and cakes are priced down...
This really helps with a large family.
there is a day for discount at Woolworths for pensioners
Not sure what day...May pay to go on their website..
I get 99% of my shopping from Aldi, but they donít sell TONIC water, but they do sell GIN!
I know Supa Barn have 10% off for seniors on Wednesdays, & 10% off, when you spend $100 or more, on the 1st (or is it the last?) Thursday of the month! And their are a couple of items I still need to buy from Woolworth's.