Savvy shoppers rave about new way to get groceries for 25% less than supermarket prices | The Sun
SAVVY shoppers are flocking to the Boxsaver website after learning they can save 25% on the price of their groceries.
Lara posted on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook raving about the site, writing: "Good bargains to be had on boxsaver.
"They sell individual store cupboard food items and also value bargain boxes and all items are 25% cheaper than supermarkets.
"Offering Free Delivery to mainland Great Britain."
In her post, Lara posted screenshots of some of the offers on the website, including the £27.85 Monthly Must-Haves box.
The box includes products such as Nutella, squeezy honey, ketchup, stock cubes and a four-pack of tinned plum tomatoes.
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According to the website, the box will save you £9.29 compared to if you were to buy the products in a supermarket.
"I’ve received my first box and was very happy with all my items," Lara added.
"Worth checking out!"
"Is this stuff that’s going out of date quickly or do they have a good sell by date?" one person commented on the post.
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To which Lara replied: "No it’s all normal stuff with good shelf life!
"It’s products you would see in supermarkets! Such good deals!"
She also shared a picture of the Staples Stockup box, which sells for £42.69 and saves you £14.20.
The Boxsaver website was set up by retail gurus Paul Daniels and Peter Bohn.
On their website they reveal that "having a lean operating system with low overheads" and "only stocking the most popular products" is how they can beat the major four supermarkets by at least 20%.
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