A MUM has shared the huge haul of food she got for just £10 using a clever trick.
Savvy shopper Victoria Amy shared her giant haul of food that would last a whole week on the Facebook group Family lowdown Tips & Ideas.
The giant haul cost the mum just £10.29 and it left people stunned with the amount she bagged.
Victoria revealed she used the app Too Good to Go to bag her goodies.
And it comes just in time as many of us are looking for ways to cut down our food shop as the prices continually increase.
Her goodies included two pizzas, two packets of chicken breasts, half a roast chicken, two packs of Pilgrims choice cheese, and sausage rolls.
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But that wasn't all of it, Victoria also bagged milk, mushrooms, broccoli, beef burgers, mini chicken kievs, Muller Corners, two camembert's, ready meals and even some fresh victoria sponge cakes.
The mum revealed that she bought two Too Good to Go bags from Co-op and one from her local Spar.
She wrote: "For those of you that haven't heard of, or use, the "Too good to go" app. Do it.
"If you're not sure what it is, then it's basically local shops, supermarket, independent and food outlets (pubs), that sell off the stock that is at the sell by date of the day.
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"You pay a rough fee of £3.50 per bag and in that bag you get a mixture of all sorts.
"I bought 2x bags from the co-op at £3.50 a bag and then 1 bag from the spar for £3.29.
"So for £10.29 this is what I got today."
Victoria's clever tip went down well with members of the group and received over two thousand likes and hundreds of comments.
Many thanked the mum for sharing her clever trick, one wrote: "This is interesting…"
Another person commented: "Stop telling everyone! There will be none left!"
"Need to do it more often! I always forget we have the app," penned a third.
Meanwhile, a fourth added: "This looks good I'm going to give it a go."
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"I've got the app but yet to do it, that's brilliant," a fifth said.
Another wrote: "that's really good, thank you for sharing."
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