Discussion in 'SMB' started by the walrus, Mar 19, 2017 at 8:13 PM.
Next to nowt 30 to 40 tops then I do an occasional biggy online
.......and I appreciate that £6 donation each week.
£100 per week.
Brexit and inflation is a nightmare, Tropicana now being sold in 1.6L cartons!
Exactly the same here.
Always plenty for the bairn in mind. I did go shopping and it was less but can't stand doing it. Rather let her go and spend the extra.
Between 80 and 100 for us..... but at least we have git load of Nectar points.....
Surprised its not all spent on cabbage, baked beans, sprouts, pease pudding given your fascination with flatulence
About £120 for the 2 of us including wine, toiletries, cleaning products etc
I wish our lass would let me get my booze in with the weekly shop. I have to use my pocket money.
I used to get that when I was 12.
So did I.
I still get it and so does the mrs, albeit at a grand a month it's a bit higher than when I was 12
Then we have a credit card purely for shopping, petrol at about 650 a month, everything else pays mortgage and bills etc, owt left over goes into savings
Grand a month each pocket money? Not bad, I wish I got it now.
About £70 on the big shop and probably another £30-40 in the local Co-op or Sainsburys. That's for four of us plus a dog.
Started shopping at Lidl. Can fill a trolley of goods for £3.59
A grand a month pocket money. Jesus!
Call it pocket money but really just our spending money after everything paid. We are both in our 40s, don't have kids and work full time
All essential outgoings go out of our lasses wages and mine is split 3 ways. A third each for spends and a third into savings. Works well for us.
I was just thinking of how much Despies I could buy mate
3 for £4 on offer, reckon I could drink myself into oblivion
Spend about £140 a week on just groceries family of 5. Massive Aldi fan not just the prices but a lot of the stuff is decent..
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