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Andi Osho and Anna Richardson present the inside scoop on Britain's biggest brands and retailers, with money-saving revelations and tricks that companies use to try and avoid in the future.
The award-winning consumer show returns for a new series, providing the lowdown on favourite brands and retailers, and tips on how to get the best deals. In this episode, presenters Anna Richardson and Sabrina Grant look at supermarkets' own ranges and investigate whether cheap value-range products might be identical to pricier standard own-label lines. Plus: how to buy cheaper car insurance, and a face-off between cheap and pricy beauty wipes.
In this episode Anna and Sabrina examine whether supermarket vegetarian dishes are good for your wallet and your health. With gambling online now the most popular way to wager, the programme reveals the truth about free bets. Can you save money by ignoring use-by dates on your favourite foods? Plus: how the power of words can transform how you feel about a product.
Supershoppers Anna Richardson and Sabrina Grant examine the price of our most popular coffees in two of the biggest high street chains. The programme also investigates the difference between expensive branded phone chargers and cheaper alternatives, with some shocking results. And, as gin and tonic is revealed as the nation's favourite at-home cocktail, are trendy upmarket tonic waters - which can cost up to seven times as much as supermarket versions - really worth it? And can aficionados tell the difference?
Anna and Sabrina visit one of Britain's biggest supermarkets and find identical products under the same roof with very different prices. And popcorn is the fastest growing grocery product in Britain, but how healthy is it? Plus the car hire company inflicting serious damage on customer wallets. And a party season special: can you really make high-heeled shoes comfortable?
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