A MONEY-SAVING shopper has listed the nine products to always buy only at Sainsbury's – and none are more expensive than 50p.

Sainsbury's isn't necessarily the first store you'd head to for nabbing food on a budget- but according to one expert, Kathryn Leech, the popular retailer offers quite a few products for bargain prices.

Kathryn, better known to her 21.2k fans on TikTok as @katsaves, chatted exclusively to Fabulous and revealed some of her favourite buys from Sainsbury's under 50p.

Spaghetti rings

''A full size tin of spaghetti rings in Sainsburys will only set you back 16p!'' said the guru.

''It’s so affordable you could even buy 3 of them for less than Waitrose’ version which they sell at 50p per tin.''

Rice pudding

Sometimes, nothing hits the spot quite like a creamy rice pudding – and if you have a sweet tooth, best get racing to your local Sainsbury's where it's a mere 25p.

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Kathryn added: ''Morrisons’ rice pudding comes in at 89p each and Waitrose don’t even stock their own brand, but you can pick up the Ambrosia branded rice pudding for a staggering £1.95 for the same size tin!''

Baked beans

''At only 26p, Sainsburys baked beans are a classic addition to any meal!'' noted the whizz.

''Aldi and Tesco both sell theirs for 27p and you can get the same product in M&S for double the price at 50p.''

Garlic baguette

According to Kathryn, Sainsburys’ single garlic baguette sells for 37p, which price matches Tesco, Asda, Aldi and Morrisons.

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However, if you opt for shopping at Waitrose, you’ll be paying £1.


By now, avid foodies will know that Aldi sell their cheapest loaf of bread for 39p – but did you know Sainsbury's also offer the 39p loaf?

''Available in white or wholemeal, it’s a basic we all pick up in our weekly shop,'' Kathryn reckoned.


Running low on jam? A jaw of strawberry jam retails for just 39p at Sainsbury's, beating the competition as Morrisons’ cheapest jar is £1.15 and at Waitrose it comes in at a whopping £1.20, Kathryn revealed. 


''A six pack of crumpets is an absolute bargain at 42p, beating Asda’s 50p packet, and I hate to even mention the M&S version at £1.40!'' the expert said.

Tortilla chips

The money supersaver revealed that just like Tesco and Aldi, Sainsbury's too offers the salty snack for a mere 48p.

But the bargain deal far outweighs Morrisons yet again, where their 99p bag even has 20g less inside.

Yorkshire puddings

The guru said: ''For a pack of 15 (or 220g,) you could be paying as little as 48p in Sainsbury's!''

She went on to add: ''You won’t find any for less than £1 per packet in Asda, and if you want to pay triple the price for half the amount, go to M&S where they have 120g packets for £1.60.''

Kathryn’s toptips to save even more money in Sainsbury’s

  • They are now offering ‘taste me, don’t waste me’ produce boxes for only £2 in store. These contain fruit and veg that are going out of date but will cost you a fraction of the price. 
  • Make sure to scan your Nectar card to build up points and get money off your next shop. 
  • Be mindful of when Sainsburys do their reductions. It’s said that 7pm is the peak time and you could bag some great bargains!
  • Use the scan and go option in store. This helps you to keep track of your spending as you go, and you can remove items if you realise you’re spending too much. 

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