Sainsbury's Bank launches cheapest-ever standard personal loan at just 2.8% APR
The low rate is available on loans of £7,500 to £20,000, provided you have a Nectar card and repay within three years
29 December 2016
Tesco Bank launches longest-ever 0% spending card
Tesco Bank has launched the longest-ever 0% purchases card, offering 28 months of interest-free spending
20 September 2016
Supermarkets vie to cut fuel prices
Motorists will pay less for fuel at many supermarket forecourts as a string of stores have cut petrol and diesel costs
2 August 2016
Sainsbury's £2.60 prosecco trick suddenly pulled – what you need to know
Sainsbury's has outrageously reneged on its £2.60 prosecco trick, after sending a mass email to customers
31 May 2016
Asda promises to change its pricing strategy after investigation into 'misleading' offers
Asda is so far the only supermarket to confirm it will change its price promotions in light of a CMA investigation
27 April 2016
MSE users vote Primark 'most loathed' retailer as Aldi tops list for 'most loved'
Budget supermarket Aldi has been crowned Britain's 'most loved' retailer by users of MoneySavingExpert.com
18 April 2016
Tesco steps into the breach as Sainsbury’s bins Brand Match vouchers
The decision by Sainsbury's to scrap its Brand Match scheme has been seized upon by Tesco
11 April 2016
Sainsbury's shoppers can double Nectar points from today in time for Christmas
Nectar customers can double their points' value to spend on items including toys, Christmas decorations and homeware
18 November 2015
Sainsbury's to axe its mobile service: What it means for you
Supermarket Sainsbury's is axing its mobile phone service in a move affecting around 150,000 customers
14 October 2015
Tesco launches instant price match guarantee
Tesco shoppers will get money off their bills instantly if their grocery shop would have been cheaper elsewhere
12 October 2015
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