How to get cheap groceries from online marketplace Bundlfresh in Sydney: Best supermarket deals

How shoppers are scoring fresh veggies and fruit for as little as 99c each – but you better be quick if you want to nab them for yourself

  • Online marketplace Bundlfresh is slinging bananas and avocados for 99c
  • Also on special are croissants at half price from Sydney bakery Maggio’s
  • As well as a variety of meat and fresh produce from a range of small businesses 
  • The current offers are available for Sydneysiders until midnight 

Australian bargain hunters are slashing their grocery bills after learning how to nab fresh produce for under a dollar – but you better be quick if you want to get in on the action. 

Bundlfresh is a new online marketplace where shoppers can buy produce from a range of small businesses in one order and is now offering generous discounts on groceries; the current deals expire at midnight.  

Sydneysiders can currently order a kilo of bananas for 99c and avocados for 99c each from the North Shore Green Grocer. 

Australian bargain hunters are slashing their grocery bills after learning how to nab fresh produce for under a dollar

You better be quick if you want to get in on the action

Australian bargain hunters are slashing their grocery bills after learning how to nab fresh produce for under a dollar – but you better be quick if you want to get in on the action 

Bananas at major supermarkets like Coles and Woolworths are going for as much as $7.90 a kilo.

While the price of avocados have dropped recently due to an oversupply, shoppers are still paying as much as $3 for the fruit. 

Also included in the offers are half price croissants at just $2.40 each from Maggio’s Bakery as well as 100g of smoked ham from Quattro Formaggi deli for only $2.50. 

Northern Beaches Green Grocer has slashed the price of zucchinis from $6.99 to $3.99 and taken 50 cents off strawberries that are now $5.99 for an extra-large punnet. 

Some in-season citrus fruits are also on special from the grocer including mandarins for $5.99 a kilo down from $6.99 and grapefruits at $3.99 a kilo down from $4.49. 

Nutrition Australia dietitian Leanne Elliston told the ABC that produce that isn’t in season will cost more money because it’s transported from overseas.

‘Look for where the produce comes from, if it’s grown locally and is in season, then the price should match that,’ she said. 

Also included Bundlfresh's offers which end at midnight tonight are half price croissants at just $2.40 each from Maggio's Bakery

Also included Bundlfresh’s offers which end at midnight tonight are half price croissants at just $2.40 each from Maggio’s Bakery

In-season fruits and vegetables for winter: Your go-to guide

Fruit

Apple

Grapefruit

Kiwifruit 

Lemon

Limes

Mandarin

Oranges 

Papaya

Pears

Pineapple 

Pawpaw

Pomegranate 

Quince

Rhubarb 

 

Vegetables 

Artichoke 

Asian Greens

Avocado

Beetroot

Broccoli

Brussels sprouts

Cabbage

Carrots

Cauliflower

 Celeriac

Celery

Fennel

Garlic

Ginger

Kale

Leeks

Onions

Parsnip 

Peas

Potato

Pumpkin

Silverbeet

Spinach

Swede

Sweet potato

Turnip

Witlof 

Source: FrugalAndThriving.com.au

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Vumbuca Fruit Market has marked down broccoli to $2.99 a head and pears for $2.99 a kilo. 

Delivery to all north shore suburbs is free for Bundlfresh orders over $50 and next day delivery is available on shops made before 11pm. 

Australians are finding many ways to save money amid inflation and the skyrocketing cost of living. 

A Melbourne mum recently revealed she uses the My 7-Eleven app, which has been dubbed a ‘secret weapon’, to lock in the price of fuel for seven days – and she’s not alone.

‘It pays to have the 7-Eleven fuel app as fuel stations are going up – as you can see you can lock it in and use it at any one,’ she wrote in a budget Facebook group.

The woman also shared images of the rate of petrol on the day compared to her lock in price.

A Melbourne mum recently revealed she uses the My 7-Eleven app to lock in the price of fuel for seven days - and she's not alone

A Melbourne mum recently revealed she uses the My 7-Eleven app to lock in the price of fuel for seven days – and she’s not alone 

'It pays to have the 7-Eleven fuel app as fuel stations are going up - as you can see you can lock it in and use it at any one,' she wrote in a budget Facebook group

‘It pays to have the 7-Eleven fuel app as fuel stations are going up – as you can see you can lock it in and use it at any one,’ she wrote in a budget Facebook group 

In the comments others praised the app as they've been able to lock in rates as low as $1.50 per litre

In the comments others praised the app as they’ve been able to lock in rates as low as $1.50 per litre 

The day she visited the petrol station, the price per litre for Supreme+ 98 fuel was $2.15 but the mum’s lock in rate was $1.72. 

By using the app she managed to save $13.94 and her total cost was reduced from $70.02 to $56.08.

In the comments others praised the app as they’ve been able to lock in rates as low as $1.50 per litre. 

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‘Just filled up on 91 at $1.52,’ one person wrote, another added: ‘Around us has been down to $1.50 something so I locked in at $1.53 and they all started going up to $1.93.’ 

A third added: ‘I use this but also double check on Petrol Spy app as it shows all surrounding petrol stations not just 7Eleven.’ 

PetrolSpy Australia details cheap petrol prices in every city around the country, making it easier for customers to scope where the best deal is – the difference is drastic. 

Users can search via postcode or type of petrol needed before a map appears showing the best option and how recently it was updated.

PetrolSpy Australia details cheap petrol prices in every city in the country, making it easier for customers to scope where the best deal is (pictured: Sydney map)

PetrolSpy Australia details cheap petrol prices in every city in the country, making it easier for customers to scope where the best deal is (pictured: Sydney map)

Users can search via postcode or type of petrol needed and the prices will adjust based on the input requirements (pictured: Melbourne map)

Users can search via postcode or type of petrol needed and the prices will adjust based on the input requirements (pictured: Melbourne map)

The lowest petrol prices are highlighted in red while the more expensive locations are in green.  

The maps show various petrol locations including Ampol, Caltex, Costco, Coles Express, Woolworths, BP, 7-Eleven, Shell, United, Metro Petroleum and independent servos.

At the moment the cheapest for unleaded91 petrol in Sydney is in Leichhardt for $1.79 per litre, while in Melbourne the cheapest is in Alphington for $1.95 per litre. 

To make it even easier to use, the lowest petrol prices are highlighted in red while the more expensive locations are in green (pictured: Brisbane map)

To make it even easier to use, the lowest petrol prices are highlighted in red while the more expensive locations are in green (pictured: Brisbane map)

It comes as prices of groceries, rent and petrol soar around the country due to inflation, climate conditions damaging produce and international factors (pictured: Adelaide map)

It comes as prices of groceries, rent and petrol soar around the country due to inflation, climate conditions damaging produce and international factors (pictured: Adelaide map)

In Brisbane the cheapest is in both Norman Park and Bowen Hills for $1.879 per litre.  

Adelaide has all round cheaper prices compared to the eastern states with the lowest price listed as $1.65.

On Facebook the website has more than 5,200 fans where winners of the daily vouchers are announced. 

It comes as prices of groceries, rent and petrol soar around the country due to inflation, climate conditions damaging produce and international factors.

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