Supermarket 101: just because there's a big sign suggesting a bargain doesn't mean there's actually a meaningful discount. Yes, little savings add up, but the difference between $10 and $9.88 hardly seems worth printing this particular poster. For more practical supermarket shopping tips, check out our top 10 ways to save on supermarket shopping. Thanks Wendy for the pic!
Woolworths Reminds Us That Specials Can Be Deceptive
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