Gloria Hunniford, Angela Rippon and Julia Somerville investigate the truth about our food. The team investigate whether the products we buy offer good value for money.
Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville investigate whether the products we buy offer good value for money and reveal an often-neglected part of the supermarket where you can bag a tasty bargain.
A test explores the reliability of high-street food intolerance tests, and, after a huge response to his first appearance on Rip Off Britain last year, Jordon Cox the Coupon Kid returns, with more tips and advice on how to slash the cost of your shopping. Will he be able to pass on his expertise to single mum Lucy?
The team also find out which football clubs come out top in the league for the best value and tastiest pies.
Top Tips From The Coupon Kid if You Don't Have Regular Access Online or a Printer
- Be sure to check magazine front covers and newspapers for coupons and deals, especially in-store magazines as these often have coupons inside.
- Nearly every product you buy has a phone number to contact them with feedback, a simple phone call can result in coupons in the post for the feedback. Be truthful when offering feedback to brands but if you genuinely have a comment or complaint to make be sure to be heard
- Sign up to Supermarket Loyalty Schemes to take advantage of their coupons that are specialised to the things you normally buy. This doesn’t have to be online as many have forms you can fill in and post to claim your loyalty cards. It also means that deals and coupons that come directly through your letter box.
- Be sure to look out for coupons on products in store. They could be stickers, or etched into cardboard boxes so it can pay to be vigilant when shopping. Also, make sure to check the inside of packaging when you are at home too as there might be a sneaky discount hiding inside.
|Series Producer||Chris Walker|
|Executive Producer||Carla-Maria Lawson|
|Executive Producer||Rob Unsworth|