Lidl is known for its great quality food at affordable prices but shoppers can also make more savings on its discounted fresh groceries this week. The supermarket has slashed the price of some its most popular food items.
Customers took to the comments to share how they were heading to the supermarket as soon as they could.
One person said: “Love going to Lidl.”
Another wrote: “You can’t get better than this.”
“I love their raspberries,” a third commented.
These offers are only available for shoppers who have the app downloaded onto their mobile devices.
The app is available on the App Store as well as the Google Play store.
Customers will be given rewards and discounts every time they make a valid purchase.
When using the app, shoppers will regularly unlock virtual scratch cards where they can win money off their next shop.
Lidl isn’t the only supermarket to have slashed the price of some of its essential groceries.
Asda has reduced the cost of various essential items, promising “everyday low prices” for its shoppers in store and online.
During the pandemic, Asda dropped the price of more than 1,000 essential items such as meats, cheeses and cupboard staples.
Most recently, it permanently lowered the cost of 62 essential items.
This focuses on making its Free From range more affordable for customers with allergies.
It involved discounts of up to 78 percent on key items such as Free From flour, cereal and bread.