The price drop is focused on items that are purchased regularly, as well as summer favourites. On average, prices have been slashed by an impressive 13 percent.
In a bid to provide even more savings, Tesco has further reduced the prices of some everyday essentials. Pasta, for instance, now has an additional 5p off, while milk sees a further 10p reduction. This marks the second round of price cuts for these staple products in recent weeks.
According to Tesco, customers will now pay 20p less for a 500g pack of pasta compared to May, and 20p less for a four-pint bottle of milk compared to April. These reductions are sure to make a noticeable difference in shoppers’ wallets.
Let’s take a look at some examples of the price reductions:
- Tesco Tinned Tuna (145g) – down 10p to 80p
- 3 pack of Peppers – down 15p to £1.65
- Tesco 400g Block Cheddar – down 20p to £3.20
- 4-Pint Milk – down a further 10p to £1.45
- Tesco Red Grapes – down 20p to £1.80
- Tesco Fusilli Pasta (500g) – down a further 5p to £0.75
- Tesco Free From Pasta (500g) – down 45p to £0.75
- Tesco Easy Cook Long Grain Rice (1kg) – down 35p to £1.25
- Tesco Strawberry/Raspberry Jam (454g) – down 16p to £0.99
- Tesco Tie Top Bin Bags (50L x 20pk) – down 25p to £2.50
- Tesco Frozen Blueberries, Raspberries, Strawberries & Mango – down 25p to £2.25
- Tesco Frozen Cod Fillets (360g) – down 25p to £3.75
- Tesco Orange Juice With Bits Not From Concentrate (1L) – down 20p to £1.50
Ashwin Prasad, Tesco’s Chief Product Officer, expressed the supermarket’s commitment to providing great value to customers.
He stated, “We know that more than ever our customers are looking for great value, and this huge round of price cuts on 500 key household essentials will help their budgets go a little further.”
Prasad also highlighted that the price reductions extend to healthy food options like grapes, peppers, rice, and tuna, making it even more affordable for customers to eat healthily this summer.
In addition to the price cuts, Tesco has announced the return of its Kids Eat Free scheme for the summer.
This means that when a paying adult uses their Clubcard and spends as little as 60p in Tesco cafes, they will receive a free children’s meal.
The offer is available in 310 Tesco cafes across the UK from July 24 to September 1 in England and Wales, from July 3 to September 1 in Northern Ireland, and from July 3 to August 11 in Scotland.
Tesco continues to prioritise its customers’ needs by working closely with suppliers to pass on price cuts whenever possible.
With these significant reductions and the Kids Eat Free scheme, Tesco is determined to make a positive impact on shoppers’ budgets and ensure that everyone can enjoy quality products at affordable prices.
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