Coles slashes grocery prices by up to 40 per cent with massive deal

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Inflation seems to be everyone’s worst enemy at the moment, but Coles shoppers can rest easy as it introduces a new program to save them money at the checkout.

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The supermarket giant has promised to drop prices of 150 products Australian shoppers can’t stop buying and keep the prices locked at the new affordable figure.

With the new ‘Dropped & Locked’ scheme, staple grocery items like meat, beverages and household essentials have had their prices slashed by up to 40 per cent.

Steggles Chicken Tenders were $10 for 400g and have now dropped to $6, while a 1.25L bottle of Pepsi is 40 per cent cheaper at $1.50 instead of $2.50.

Snack lovers will notice that Cadbury King Size Bars are almost dollar cheaper at $1.80 instead of the original price of $2.50 and Coles Beef Scotch Fillet will now set you back $16 for 400g rather than $19.

The supermarket giant has promised to drop prices of 150 products Australian shoppers love. (Credit: Supplied)

Other bargains include Kleenex tissue 18 packs, Golden Circle Juice 2L bottles, Kellogg’s Corn Flakes 725g and Masterfoods Tomato Sauce 500ml, with all of their prices dropping by more than $1.

And for once shoppers don’t have to get in quick to cash in on the savings, because they’re not going anywhere in 2022.

The whole point of the ‘Dropped & Locked’ scheme is to keep prices down despite the rising cost of living, so Aussie families can keep up.

Coles Chief Executive of Commercial and Express Leah Weckert said the new program is geared towards shoppers who have faced a tough year financially.

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“We know it’s been a really tough year for many of our customers and they are looking for prices they can rely on each time they shop to help their household budget go further,” Leah said.

“Our LOCKED campaign has been successful because customers can clearly identify products that won’t go up in price until at least the end of January 2023.

“With DROPPED&LOCKED, they’ll now be able to see where we can provide savings on products Aussies love and keep them locked. As we get closer to Christmas, we want our customers to know that they can depend on Coles to bring them reliable value and great prices during the festive season.”

Though the prices won’t be going up any time soon, now is the perfect time for Coles shoppers to stock up on the newly reduced grocery staples.

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