I went food shopping in M&S & only paid £17 for 16 items – it's so much cheaper than Aldi if you know an easy hack | The Sun

MARKS & Spencer is often considered one of the pricier places to do your weekly food shop.

But one mum-of-three was left shocked after managing to buy £16 items for just £17.48 during her latest trip to the supermarket – and claimed it's even cheaper than Aldi.

Emma (@emmalouise1981) took to TikTok and shared a video of the food items she bought from Marks & Spencer – including two lots of of £1.20 chicken legs, five packets of £2 beef mince and a £4 rump steak.

She also paid 50p each for tomato soup, cream of chicken soup and a bag of carrots, and £1 each for a bag of white potatoes and punnet of mushrooms.

Emma, who claimed the comparison was made on the same weight/quality of food, captioned the post: "All this cheaper than Aldi with some savings on my Sparks Card too.

"£17.48 for 16 items."


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She then shared an image of her receipt, revealing she'd saved herself an additional £4.32 by using up the offers on her Sparks card.

Among the offers was 15% off meat and fish, 15% off vegetables, £1.50 off fresh meat and 15% off fruit.

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The video has since gone viral, garnering over 150,000 views and endless comments.

"And it doesn't go off as quick," wrote one.

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A second penned: "I need to go! Currently 15% off fruit and fish on my app."

A third commented: "It was heaving in my local today!"

Meanwhile, a fourth claimed: "M&S are cheaper than most other supermarkets for specific items.

"Just remember it’s better to shop around than just go to one place."

And one more noted: "I normally do £120 every 2 wks.

"In Lidl last week I went to M&S spent less money but got so much more and saved using the app."

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