Grocery shopping: How much could Brits save with voucher codes?

The cost of living crisis continues to raise the price of our weekly food shops. But what if there was an easy way to save money and make grocery shopping more affordable?

Eco-friendly reusable shopping bag with multi-coloured fresh vegetables and groceries on the table at home
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As supermarket prices have remained sky high, many of us are still looking for ways to save on our weekly food shops. So, what about using voucher codes? Could they be applied to our grocery shopping to make it more affordable? 

To find out, we’ve taken a look at how much our voucher codes could help consumers save when it comes to their food shops. We’ve used internal historic data to work out the potential average savings, and have even looked at how much some of our team members could cut back by!

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Average Team Member Food Spend
Team HouseholdAvg. Cost per WeekAvg. Cost per Week With SavingsAvg. Cost per YearAvg. Cost per Year With Savings
Two Adults and a Child£90£64.43£4,680£3,350
Two Adults£72£51.54£3,744£2,680
One Adult£40£29.77£2,080£1,548
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ShopAverage Discount (£)Average Minimum SpendAverage Discount (%)
Sarah-Jane Outten

Hi, I’m SJ. I’m an editor and content executive here at MyVoucherCodes. I started my journey here as a deals expert which gave me the skills to become a money-saving expert. You can find my tips and recommendations in various publications including The Sun, The Mirror, and The Telegraph.