I planned what to buy everytime before I went to the shop, but it is not planned precisely (e.g I will buy the cheapest milk, the cheapest fruits). I still look for nearly expired food in store, and shop for some daily bargains.
Today I went to buy a microwave rice cooker which I planned before, and I decided to go to reject shop, they have one similar to Sistema, but cheaper ($8). Then I saw a $3 pasta cooker, I bought it because the price and sooner posted the deal, but I got criticized it is not essential enough. I am not on ketogenic diet, I need carbohydrates and a cooker for cooking it.
I saw less in-store deals posted on OzB during COVID, what does everyone think about the browsing ban (essential shopping)? How often does everyone browse the shop in store, and does everyone browse everything? What does everyone think about in-store bargains? Should there a time limit shopping in store?
There is a related topic about ‘essential’ retail businesses