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How much cheaper is Lidl than Asda?

How much cheaper is Lidl than Asda?

The Grocer says : “This made it [Lidl] 13.1% cheaper than the Leeds-based [Asda] supermarket and was a bigger winning margin than the 12.5% notched up by Aldi last week.” Morrisons came in third, with a shop there costing £9.75 more than in Lidl, although Morrisons was the cheapest for potatoes.

Which is cheaper Aldi or Lidl?

Aldi is officially UK’s cheapest supermarket – but only just beats cut-price rival Lidl. Shoppers can save money by shopping at Aldi, which studies show is officially the UK’s cheapest supermarket. The cost of the shopping basket in Asda was £21.99, Tesco £24.21 and Morrisons £24.40.

Is Asda cheaper than Tesco?

The latest research found that Asda is still the reigning champion – revealed as being the most affordable supermarket for shoppers throughout the month of April, with Tesco coming in second place for the first time, beating both Iceland and Morrisons with an average basket cost of just £115.38.

Is Lidl cheaper than Ocado?

And Waitrose was the most expensive supermarket in 2020. The average cost of the 45 items on Which’s shopping list was £68.69, around 60 per cent (£26.02) more than a similar shop at Lidl. Ocado was the second most expensive supermarket of 2020 (£66.83), while Sainsbury’s was the third-priciest retailer (£56.38).

Which is cheaper at Asda Lidl or Aldi?

Just 34p put Lidl ahead of its discount chain rival Aldi, with the latter’s basket of items costing £43.01 on average. Asda was the third-cheapest supermarket with the same basket of items costing £48.71 on average – a difference of more than £5 when compared with Aldi or Lidl.

Which is the most expensive Tesco or Lidl?

Lidl’s trolley was close – but came out at just £79.46. Asda was next at £88.29, followed by Tesco at £98.48 and Morrisons at £99.30. Sainsbury’s was the most expensive of the four main chains, with the same shop costing £103.26.

Why are Lidl and Aldi not included in the supermarket price study?

Aldi and Lidl aren’t included in this particular study due to the fact that they do not always have the items included in the trolley available to shoppers. Here’s how the bigger trolley costs break down by supermarket. Once again, it’s clear that you pay a significant premium if you shop at Ocado or Waitrose.

Which is the cheapest supermarket Morrisons or Lidl?

Out of the eight shops included in the comparison, Asda was the cheapest of the Big Four supermarkets – Asda, Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s – as the same trolley of goods cost £80.15. It was still £8.13 more expensive than at Lidl, but £8.13 less than the next cheapest Big Four supermarket, Tesco.