AS the cost of living crisis continues to put a strain on many families up and down the country, more and more people are looking for money-saving tips in an attempt to cut costs where possible.
Whether that’s buying dupe clothing products or stocking up on food in bulk, the more money people can save, the better.
A bargain hunter has revealed the simple way you can save £25 on your shopping at AsdaCredit: TikTok/@chloesdealclub
Thanks to Uber Eats, you can save £25 every time you buy from Asda, but you’ll have to be quickCredit: TikTok/@chloesdealclub
If you want to save money on your food shopping and get food for free, you’ve come to the right place.
Thanks to one savvy shopper, she has found a simple way that you can save £25, every time you shop at Asda.
Known on TikTok as ‘Chloe’s Deal Club’, the bargain whizz found a very simple way that can save thousands of people a tonne of money.
Chloe uploaded her money-saving tip to the video sharing platform with the caption ‘This is too good a deal for you to miss’.
She said: “On Uber Eats you can currently get £25 off when you spend £50 at Asda.
“That is a huge saving.
“And you don’t need to enter any discount codes.
“Just put your postcode in and the offer will come up at your local Asda.
“I checked multiple postcodes across the UK and it seems to be nationwide.
“It’s available until 30th September.
“And, it seems to be unlimited use, so go enjoy your half price food shop”.
So if you are fed up with spending a fortune on your weekly shop, why not give this a try?
Chloe’s video has clearly impressed many, as it has racked up a whopping 520.8k views.
It has 28.3k likes, 483 comments and 4,834 shares.
Social media fans were grateful for the tip and many revealed that they had done this too.
One person said: “I did this yesterday and saved £12.28, even with delivery costs. Went on the Asda app and priced up the same basket”.
Another added: “I’ve just done this for Friday. My partner is low on cash this month and has his kids this weekend so I treated him to a shop”.
A third commented: “I work at Asda and I do this. It’s still better than my 10% employee discount”.
Someone else stated: “This is amazing”.
However, one user said: “Trouble is most things are £1 over what they are in store”, to which Chloe replied “Yeah it’s definitely inflated so make sure you price match the items before adding to your basket so you’re shopping smart”.
She later revealed: “I stocked up on washing powders, dishwasher tabs etc so it was a good saving.
“Meats & household cleaning/laundry items work out good value with £25 off”.
One TikToker said: “The prices are actually not too bad either. They haven’t been increased as much as I thought”.
Another user confirmed: “There is a price lock section on Asda so there are some items that aren’t inflated”.