This is the best value supermarket shopping basket in Portsmouth this week

The News has compared prices across Portsmouth’s major supermarkets this week to help our readers save money.

Friday, 21st May 2021, 3:35 pm
Scroll down for this week's table of supermarket comparisons. Picture: Piqsels (labelled for reuse)

Shoppers across the city are spoiled for choice with a number of major stores to choose from.

Every week we compare prices across a range of items found in a typical weekly shopping basket to help you decide where you’ll get the best value.

How did Portsmouth’s supermarkets compare?

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There are some great deals to be had this week wherever you choose to shop.

Tesco, Aldi and Sainsbury’s have the best price for five bananas, at 69p. That’s 6p cheaper than the next competitor, Morrisons.

Meanwhile, Aldi is the most affordable for five apples by 69p, at just 79p, whereas M&S, Tesco and Sainsbury’s were the priciest at £160.

Our star buy also comes from Aldi, which is currently offering a 500g pack of Cornflakes for 50p.

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As our table shows, overall, the most affordable place to buy our typical weekly shopping basket is Aldi.

Aldi has stores in Gamble Road and Southampton Road in Portsmouth, Mumby Road in Gosport, Central Retail Park in Havant, and West Street, in Fareham.

All in, our price comparison basket from Aldi comes in at just £18.41 this week.

At £27.10, the most expensive basket is from M&S, ranking priciest for salted butter, free range eggs, a large chicken and a 1kg bag of frozen peas.

Prices are correct as of May 20, 2021. Asda, Iceland and Lidl were unable to participate in our price comparison exercise this week.