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One Stop introduce a price lock campaign on everyday essentials

Retail convenience chain One Stop have announced a new price lock on over 80 products as a part of their Low Everyday Prices campaign. The initiative… View Article

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One Stop introduce a price lock campaign on everyday essentials

Retail convenience chain One Stop have announced a new price lock on over 80 products as a part of their Low Everyday Prices campaign.

The initiative underlines the retailer’s “unwavering commitment” to great value for its customers and delivering low prices on everyday items across their stores.

One Stop’s previous Low Everyday Prices campaign was extremely well received by customers confirming One Stops market leading position in value for money amongst convenience retailers.

There are a wide range of products across fresh food, store cupboard, snacking and household included from both One Stop’s own label range to well-known and popular brands.

One Stop’s Head of Product, Marianne Aitken spoke of the campaign and said: “We continuously review the range of products that make-up our campaign, this allows us to give our convenience customers guaranteed locked, low prices on everyday products.”

One Stop’s Head Customer and Business Support Nigel Prendergast, added: “We know our customers want value more than ever and we are committed to delivering consistently low prices across our stores to help our customer’s budgets go further.”

These products and prices will stay locked within the campaign until the 17th July.

The move comes as more supermarkets are focused on supporting consumers with the cost of living through price locking to provide stability, build customer trust, and gain a competitive advantage.

 

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