Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s reduced aisle: Best time to shop for yellow sticker bargains

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Supermarkets including Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Aldi and Morrisons will reduce the price of some food items to avoid waste. This will be done at various times of the day and can lead to big savings.

During the current coronavirus lockdown, shoppers should only visit supermarkets for essential trips.

However, if doing an essential food shop at certain times of day, customers could save on products.

Food items are usually reduced because they are about to go out of date or won’t stay fresh.

Damaged goods and products that will soon no longer be sold can also be included in markdowns.

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Some retailers will begin adding yellow stickers during the day, with the prices going down periodically.

The price reductions can vary depending on the location of the supermarket and its opening hours.

However, reports have revealed when supermarkets are most likely to mark down their prices.

Asda

Bargain hunters can find reduced food between 7pm and closing, it has been reported.

However shoppers must act fast and most bargains will be snapped up by 9pm.

Tesco

Tesco does not have specific times that items will be reduced, with markdowns starting as early as 8am.

The retailer stated its yellow sticker discounts will increase throughout the day on the product’s last day of sale.

Sainsbury’s

Sainsbury’s yellow stickers will vary with the supermarket stating it is “completely store dependent”.

If looking for a bargain, however, some money-savers claimed the supermarket chain will reduce items by up to 25 percent at 1pm, 50 percent at 5pm and 75 percent at 8pm.

Morrisons

Like Sainsbury’s, the supermarket giant stated it is up to each individual store so the time can vary.

Some shoppers have claimed the reductions usually start late morning or at lunchtime.

Aldi

Those hoping to save could get the best deals by shopping early, some bargain hunters claimed.

Posting in a ‘Latest Deals’ Facebook group, one mum suggested hitting the shops early was the best time to go, reported The Mirror.

The woman wrote on Facebook: “Half price – 50 percent off discount stickers.

“Turns out going to Aldi at 8am is not only quiet, but a bargain fest too.”

However, MoneySavingExpert previously stated Aldi’s reduced stickers start at 8pm.

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