The Co-op joins a list of supermarkets that have increased the price of their meal deals.
However, some customers will still be able to buy a bargain meal at a bargain price – you just need to know how.
The co-op has increased the price of its meal deals, which usually include a sandwich or wrap, snack and drink.
This has increased from £3.75 to £4 for non-members.
But if you are a member of loyalty scheme The price has come down to just £3.50.
student With a valid Totem card you can still get 10% off, making this even more of a bargain.
To get a cheap and enjoyable lunch, you’ll need to sign-up to the Co-op’s free loyalty plan online.
There is a £1 joining fee to cover the cost of holding a share in the company to the co-op states as it is owned by its members.
Members receive benefits including a personal discount as well as earning 2p back for every £1 spent on Co-op branded products.
Once it’s added, you can spend your hard earned money in the store.
cooperative Isn’t the only store that has increased its meal deal prices in recent weeks.
Feather TescoNon-Clubcard members pay £3.50 for a sandwich, snack and drink combo – but if you have a Clubcard it’s only £3 for the deal.
bootsThe deal for food in London increased to £3.59 or £4.19. This has gone up 20p from its previous prices of £3.39 and £3.99 respectively.
food deal prices
- boots: £3.59 or £4.19 in London.
- cooperative: £3.50 for loyalty scheme members/non-members £4
- Morrison: £3.50
- Tesco: £3 with Clubcard / £3.50 without Clubcard.
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