The Government’s website shared the best offers available from businesses in the UK to help with the cost of living, including supermarkets Asda, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s.
Asda is offering children aged 16 and under a hot or cold meal for just £1 at any time of day.
They can be purchased at any Asda cafés across the UK, seven days a week, with no minimum adult spend until the end of 2022.
Morrisons offers families a free meal for one child under 16 at any in-store cafés.
It should be noted, however, that this deal is only available when buying an adult meal with a minimum value of £4.99.
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Sainsbury’s shared the best ways to feed a family of four for less than £5 in a series of budget-friendly recipes and meals which can be found on the Recipe Scrapbook at Sainsburys.co.uk.
Iceland has frozen prices and offers weekly discounts and deals available in-store every day of the week which can be found on www.iceland.co.uk/doing-it-right.
Some of the deals include £1 price freezes across hundreds of lines, 10 percent off on Tuesdays for over 60s and The Iceland Food club, a partnership launch with Fair For You, to help families manage rising costs.
Primark announced it will freeze the prices on more than 1,000 essential kids’ items.
Some of the retailer’s most popular items include underwear from £3.50 for a 10-pack of briefs, sweatshirts from £4, dresses from £4.50 and jeans from £6.
Scholastic is offering families an extra 20 percent off on children’s books when they buy through the School Book Clubs this September.
The retailer will also donate an additional 20 percent of the total order value to their local school in free Rewards for them to spend on books for their libraries and classrooms when spending over £10.
Shoe Zone has many available offers including £5 off when people join their email club, clearance deals and two for £10 multi-buy offers.
Prime Minister Liz Truss announced the Government “is taking action now to guarantee our long-term energy security and support people with their energy bills through this winter and the next”.
From October 1, 2022, the Energy Price Guarantee will reduce the unit cost of electricity and gas so that all households in Great Britain will pay, on average, around £2,500 a year on their energy bill, for the next two years.
This will save the average household at least £1,000 a year based on current energy prices from October and is in addition to the £400 energy bills discount for all households.