Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Getting cheap food cheaper

Having been ordering an assortment of bulk food products from Approved Food, I decided to check out another site to see how it compared.

http://www.foodbargains.co.uk/ has now been added to my list of handly links on the Frugaldom website and the guys there have been in contact to offer us an exclusive discount code. If you or anyone you know would like to take advantage of an extra 10% discount when ordering, use promotional code 'Frugaldom10'.

Thanks guys! Just tried it and the code works. That should be me stocked up on Heinz Spaghetti Hoops and enough muesli to bake quite a few frugal cereal bars. Son will be happy with his Snickers at 20p, too!

Code only valid for the next 7 days, so make the most of it while you can. P&P was only £4.99 for us, so cheaper than a trip into town for us.

http://www.frugaldom.co.uk/

2 comments:

  1. well done on your blog and website! I've only just discovered you, i've been looking for some inspiration to get self sufficient from real people who are actually doing it and not just writing about it, keep up the good work! Have just signed up to cash back too, i never knew it existed. Thanks x

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  2. Thanks for that! Glad all this blogging can be of help to someone. It can be hardwork following the 21st Century method of self-sufficiency, I don't know how we'd manage in these temepratures if we'd to rely on collecting, cutting and drying our own wood and selling enough from the garden to pay taxes etc.

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