Why do some shops like home bargains and B and M bargains sell things so cheap compared with tescos ?

Not that I am complaining lol but just wondering its like tescos for example sells a bottle of coke for £1.10 and home bargains is like 50 pence how is it so cheap ?

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3 Responses to “Why do some shops like home bargains and B and M bargains sell things so cheap compared with tescos ?”

  1. Derek says:

    In a lot of cases these cheaper versions were made overseas. They were cheaper to produce and can therefore be sold cheaper. Check writing on bottle. Remember there is high profit in soft drinks.

  2. Jan409 says:

    To add to Derek’s answer
    They buy goods that are short dated, so be sure to always check the sell buy date on anything you buy there-sweets, drinks, crisps.foods etc
    They also don’t spend millions on advertising like Tesco do, so can offer their products at reduced prices compared to supermarkets and still make a profit

  3. Fairdo4all says:

    Short dated stock, many cheaper brands, less prestigious site (Home Bargains took over some of the now defunct ‘Focus’ diy store sites), minimal advertising, lower staff levels. The Home Bargains store near me as often as not only has 1 check out operator working and never more than 2 and there seems very very few other staff..

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