Getir rolls back prices to the 90s following cost of living crisis

Rapid delivery service Getir has launched a price promotion for the month of August that will see the prices of some grocery items rolled pack to the 1990s, in response to the cost of living crisis and the highest inflation rates in 27 years.

Customers can purchase a Cadbury Dairy Milk bar for 45p, a pack of spaghetti for £1.09, Salad Cream for £1.29p, a 800g white medium Kingsmill loaf for 65p via Getir’s app. The start-up said more more staples will be added every week.

Items in the August promotion will be delivered in minutes across London, Birmingham, Manchester, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Liverpool, Southampton, Portsmouth, Leeds, Cambridge, and Leicester.

A spokesperson for Getir, said: “The cost of living crisis is hitting the UK hard and prices are continuing to creep up on everyday items.

“We’re committed to providing value to our customers so we are rolling back the cost of a number of our staple products to their RRP in the 90s to highlight the huge increase but also give our consumers the opportunity to buy their favourite products at an affordable price and remind them of the good old days.

“We’ll be adding new products throughout the month of August for our customers to get their hands on and hopefully lessen the load of product price spikes.”

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