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Iceland to launch over-60s discount as cost of living soars

Iceland to launch over-60s discount as cost of living soars
24.05.2022
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ICELAND is to launch a new discount for shoppers who are over 60, as soaring prices hit household budgets.

The supermarket chain said it would offer over-60s 10% off every Tuesday to support its older customers through the cost of living crisis.

The move comes as supermarkets battle for customers, with prices rising at their fastest rate for 40 years.

Morrisons and Asda, which have been losing shoppers to discounters Aldi and Lidl, have already cut prices.

Grocery prices were 5.9% higher in April than a year ago, according to research company Kantar.

That figure was the biggest increase since December 2011, with supply chain issues, increased raw material costs and the war in Ukraine all contributing to rising food prices.

Iceland’s new discount will be launched from 24 May, with anyone aged 60 or over able to use it every Tuesday in-store at branches of Iceland and The Food Warehouse.

Shoppers will need to show proof of age, such as a driving licence or senior bus or rail pass, and the discount will cover all products, with no minimum spend.

Iceland said it was the first UK supermarket to introduce such a discount and decided to do so after research by Age UK found three-quarters of older people in the UK were worried about the rising cost of living.

Last Christmas, Iceland also ran a regional trial offering £30 vouchers to those receiving state pension and the company said it was now exploring a national rollout ready for this summer.

 

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