Sainsbury’s shoppers are rushing to buy popular cleaning product scanning at the tills for just 25p

SAINSBURY’S customers have been rushing out to get their hands on a popular cleaning product which is scanning at the tills for just pennies.

A shopper with an eye for a bargain spotted the deal for Method glass cleaner in her local branch in Livingston, West Lothian.

A woman in Livingston, West Lothian picked up a bottle of Method glass cleaner for just 25p


A woman in Livingston, West Lothian picked up a bottle of Method glass cleaner for just 25pCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

She shared the news to the popular Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, where members share information on the latest cheap deals.

They posted a picture of the eco-friendly cleaning product along with the caption: “Scanning at 25p in Sainsbury’s Livingston.”

Other members were suitably impressed.

One wrote: “I like Method stuff. I just got the bathroom cleaner, thought about buying the glass one lol.”

While another added in Polish: “If I could just have Sainsbury’s with me that would be great,” and added a laughing emoji.

Many others simply just tagged in their friends to the post.

According to the supermarket price comparison site Trolley, Tesco is currently selling the 828ml bottle for £2.75, as long as you have a Clubcard, otherwise it is £3.75.

Similarly, the Method glass cleaner can be bought on Amazon for £3.75.

Waitrose is selling it for £4 while Ocado is currently the most expensive at £4.50 for a bottle.

However, Ocado is selling its own label window and glass cleaner for just £1.10.

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Tesco is currently charging £1.80 for the popular Mr Muscle glass cleaner for a 750ml spray.

It comes after another Sainsbury’s shopper showed off their ”amazing” grocery haul, with chunks of lamb slashed to just 10p.

With prices skyrocketing, it’s no wonder that many of us are keeping an eye out for yellow stickers and reduced bargains – and shopper Dong Lai is no exception.

Supermarket loyalty schemes – which has one?

MOST UK supermarkets have loyalty schemes so customers can build up points and save money while they shop.

Here we round up what saving programmes you’ll find at the big brands.

  • Iceland: Unlike other stores, you don’t collect points with the Iceland Bonus Card. Instead, you load it up with money and Iceland will give you £1 for every £20 you save.
  • Lidl Plus: Lidl customers don’t collect points when they shop, and are instead rewarded with personalised vouchers that gives them money off at the till.
  • Morrisons: The My Morrisons: Make Good Things Happen replaces the More Card and rewards customers with personalised money off vouchers via the app.
  • Sainsbury’s: While Sainsbury’s doesn’t have a personal scheme, it does own the Nectar card which can also be used in Argos, eBay and other shops. You need 200 Nectar points to save up £1 to spend on your card. You need to spend at least £1 to get one Nectar point.
  • Tesco: Tesco Clubcard has over 17million members in the UK alone. You use it each time you shop and build up points that can be turned into vouchers – 150 points gets you a £1.50 voucher. Here you need to spend £1 in Tesco to get one point.
  • Waitrose: myWaitrose also doesn’t allow you to collect points but instead you’ll get access to free hot drinks, and discounts off certain brands in store.

According to the lucky customer, who’d uploaded the photos to the popular Yellow sticker shopping tips, tricks and hauls group on Facebook, they had popped into the local supermarket in the evening, before the closing time.

Meanwhile, the supermarket chain is now selling a range of garden solar lights that cost less than £3.

Elsewhere, Asda is currently selling moon chairs which are scanning for just £14.

In April, Sainsbury’s launched Nectar Prices, offering customers exclusive discounts in a bid to rival Tesco’s Clubcard.

The Method glass cleaner is usually much more expensive


The Method glass cleaner is usually much more expensiveCredit: Getty


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