Shoppers Are Raving Over App That Lets You Buy Massive Supermarket Hauls For Just £3
This is why shoppers are loving new food app which got one shopper an incredible Morrison's haul for just £3.09.
TooGoodToGo is the pap aiming to combat food waste by allowing food retailers to get sell food that would otherwise be thrown in the bin for discount prices.
It's great for consumers too, who get incredible food deals for a fraction of what they'd normally pay, all the while stopping food waste. (Which we all know is the number one reason we're doing this, the amazing discounts are secondary - obvs!)
The catch is, you don't know what you're going to get in your 'Magic Bag' - but that's all part of the excitement.
And now, Morrisons has signed up to the app for a trial period and they're offering one of the best discounts of all. One lucky shopper nabbed the supermarket's Magic Bag this week and what she got will astound you.
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Opening up her lucky bag, the happy customer was thrilled to see she'd picked up a Morrisons Shining Star Madeira Cake, Mr Kipling Apple Pear and Crumble Tarts, a loaf of bread, five apples, a punnet of strawberries, three passion fruits, a piece of ginger, 200g of Grana Padano Italian Cheese, 1.9kg of carrots, six pears, a cabbage, a bag of roasting chestnuts, and a punnet of grapes.
All for - wait for it - £3.09. We did the maths and that's worth over £25, making it an incredible £22 saving. Wow!
A quick glance at the app shows several (but not all) Morrisons branches are participating, and each supermarket only gives out a few bags each day - so you'll have to be quick.
And if you don't have a Morrisons near you, there are a ton of other food outlets signed up to the app, offering amazing food for new to nothing, from independents to bakeries, to street food and market eateries.
Team Tyla has been using the app for a little while now and we can confirm it is the BEST.
Delicious food and a good conscience? Win win.
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