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    Woolworths. The Coles in my town is tiny and the layout is so confusing.

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    For those saying iga is your iga actually cheap? I'd love to use mine regularly as its just around the corner but its just so much more expensive than woolies

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstuilawa View Post
    For those saying iga is your iga actually cheap? I'd love to use mine regularly as its just around the corner but its just so much more expensive than woolies
    I only buy stuff I run out of & can't be bothered going to "the big shops" I don't really notice a great difference in price, but then may do if we did a fortnightly shop there

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstuilawa View Post
    For those saying iga is your iga actually cheap? I'd love to use mine regularly as its just around the corner but its just so much more expensive than woolies
    IGA varies. I used to live near a brilliant one (and it was open 6am-midnight seven days a week too, much better than the other supermarkets!) the IGA I live near now I have to be pretty desperate to shop at.

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    Wow I wish mine was open those hours, would be handy for pregnancy cravings lol
    Yeah mine is significantly more expensive. Eg a laundry liquid I got at woolies for around $4 was over $7 at my iga. Nothing can justify the price difference for me. The only stuff I get there is ice cream if I'm having a craving lol or things like ham for dh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstuilawa View Post
    For those saying iga is your iga actually cheap? I'd love to use mine regularly as its just around the corner but its just so much more expensive than woolies
    Yeah we lived near one (ExDP and I) but it was expensive and badly lit. I know that's a silly thing but I hate shopping in darker areas or ones with that wierd black floor concrete stuff. I'm strange lol.

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    Mines a "super IGA" open 7am-10 pm every day / pretty much the same size as Coles, I don't really notice a big price difference

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    We have a Coles at the end of the road, but I drive to foodland a couple of suburbs over. It is SA owned and has great product range, plus the fruit and veg are great. Coles fruit and veg are rubbish in comparison.
    Otherwise I will do small shops at Coles and get my fruit veg from the fruiterer and meat from local butcher.
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    I shop at Coles, aldi and flannerys (health food store). I alternate between Coles and aldi (Coles one week, aldi the next). Flannerys on a needs basis.


 

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