Martin Lewis explains how to get £90 off at Sainsbury's, Morrisons and Iceland
Mr Lewis gave the tips in his latest edition of the MoneySavingExpert newsletter
Martin Lewis has revealed how shoppers can get £90 off their shops at Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Iceland.
Millions of households are attempting to save as much money as possible as the cost-of-living crisis continues to bite.
And now several supermarkets are helping you do just that with a simple trick.
Speaking in his latest edition of the MoneySavingExpert newsletter, Mr Lewis explained just how people can claim the money off.
The newsletter said: "Online grocery delivery has gone into overdrive and delivery services (including the traditional supermarkets) are all trying to sign you up with tasty new-customer offers such as 40 percent off or £5-£20 off – though which you can get depends on where you live. Use as many as you can, and you'll make BIG savings."
Sainsbury’s are currently offering new customers £15 off their first shop, which comes that reaches £60 in value.
All customers have to do is enter SPPC22MAY15 at checkout, with the offer available for deliveries by May 31.
Iceland are offering a similar deal, with new customers receiving £5 off for new orders over £45 if you enter the code ICEFIVEOFF.
Shoppers should also note that delivery is free for any orders over the value of £40.
While Morrisons are giving new customer £20 off their first online shop through Amazon using SPRINGMOR20, but only if you are an Amazon Prime member.
The order has to come to £60, while the code is available until May 31.
The Co-op is also offering Amazon Prime members £15 off their first £50 shop online.
Customers should use the code HELLOCOOP15, with the code available until June 30.
People who have never done their grocery shopping online before are being incentivised to buy online with discount codes totalling £90 overall.
While those who have shopped online can still get in on the discount, but returning customers may also receive other codes to get money off.