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July's minimal spending month has freed up some space in the freezers, which has pleased me a little. It gives me some wiggle room and means that I can move things around more easily. It won't last long, though! I am going to invest in £10 of frozen food sometime soon, as the next Clubcard Double up coupon exchange has just started, today, I believe.
Frozen food is included on this occasion, for the first time, and I am going to have a good rummage through the freezers next time I am in the shop, and investigate just what I could get for my vouchers. I don't buy ready meals, nor chicken nuggets/burgers, etc, but I do buy frozen veggies sometimes, especially things like frozen sliced peppers which are so expensive to purchase fresh at the moment. I occasionally buy frozen desserts, and ice cream, so if all of that is included, I think I could probably spend £10, which would be only a £5 voucher.
Pet food is also included this time. This will mean that I can stock up on the cat's canned food, which is already one of the cheaper brands, but I will be getting it at half price, so to speak, and not for real cash!