ASDA has won Britain’s supermarket battle for the cheapest Christmas shopping basket, according to a new report.
Trade mag The Grocer found that Asda came up trumps for the seventh year in a row.
Asda has won Britain’s supermarket battle for the cheapest Christmas shopping basket, according to a new report[/caption]
The supermarket chain’s basket of 33 festive goodies costs £6.44 less than its closest rival Morrisons, the magazine found.
The Grocer’s festive basket includes a turkey crown, pigs in blankets, Brussels sprouts, Christmas pud plus plenty of alcohol and party food.
The survey found that Asda’s total of £91.22 was £6.44 cheaper than runner-up Morrisons on £97.66.
Asda offered the lowest price for 19 items.
The supermarket’s turkey crown costing £12 was £3 cheaper than Tesco, a fiver less than Morrisons and Waitrose and undercut Sainsbury’s by £5.50.
The Grocer said that Morrisons offered the cheapest price for 15 lines.
Morrisons beat all its rivals on their pork chipolatas, profiteroles, red cabbage and breadsticks.
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Third place went to Tesco on £97.93, £6.71 pricier than Asda.
But Sainsbury’s was a hefty £13.54 more expensive than Asda at £104.76.
And Waitrose was a long way at £122.24 a whopping £31.01 more expensive than Asda.
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