Mum shares simple trick which helped her bag £65 of Morrison’s food for just £3

THE weekly shop is usually one of the biggest expenses – but one mum has found a clever way to slash her bill to just a few quid. 

She shared the easy trick she used to bag £65 worth of shopping for just over £3. 

The savvy mum shared her money-saving hack to Facebook group Money Sing Hints, Tips and Ideas, alongside a snap of her haul. 

She showed her counters piled high with mountains of food – all with a yellow sticker. 

She said: “Saw a post a while back, not sure if it was on here. I downloaded the Too Good To Go app because of it and got all this for £3.09 originally worth just over £65 from Morrisons.”

She explained she wouldn’t eat it in one go, but would save some food for later in the month. 

She added: "I'll be able to freeze some and store others and I use Olio to get rid of unwanted food that can be used by someone else. 

“Never know what you're going to get in the magic bag but for that price it's a steal!

“And it helps reduce food waste!”

And she revealed exactly what was in the shop, writing: “Included in this bundle are a couple summer berries packs, hot lamb burgers, mangoes, salads, ready meals, chicken, chips, different cuts of hams… Loads.”

Never know what you're going to get in the magic bag

The Too Good To Go App, which is free to download on Apple or Google, explains: “Every day, delicious, fresh food goes to waste at cafes, restaurants, hotels, shops and supermarkets – just because it hasn’t sold in time. 

“Too Good To Go lets you find and rescue this food so it gets eaten instead of thrown away. 

“You won’t know exactly what’s in your order until you pick it up – it’s all part of the surprise.”

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