I'm a supermarket expert & there's 7 types of customers we hate – & YES there's trolley etiquette you should know about | The Sun

WHEN it comes to a trip to the supermarket there are some unspoken rules you should follow.

From not walking too slow to never blocking the aisle with your trolley, it can all make or break not just your shopping trip but your entire day.

That's why the team at NetVoucherCodes.co.uk have identified the seven worst shopping habits.

We all know how annyoing it can be to rush around the supermarket, whether you're just grabbing a few bit or need to stock up.

So it's not surprising these annoying habits rub shoppers the wrong way.

But are you guilty of any of them?


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Slow walkers

When the supermarket is bustling and the isles are packed, don’t be one of the slow walkers making the build-up worse.

Of course, this doesn't mean you need to whizz around the shop in record time – if anything that'll be even more annyoing.

But getting in and out quickly will help everyone else get on with their day, not just you.

Trolley blockers

The person designated to push the trolley has a big responsibility during the food shop – one of them is to not block the aisles.

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Avoid having the trolley sticking out where other people can’t walk around, keep it on the side where you are looking for an item.

Staring at the shelves for too long

Everyone needs to get their items in the food shop, but one of the most frustrating things is when someone else blocks this from happening.

If you’re staring at the shelf, keep mindful of how long you’ve been standing there or at least be aware of your surroundings.

And if the aisle isn't too busy, stand back so other people can look as well!

Bringing the whole family

Bringing more than three people shopping can make queues appear longer and increase the likelihood of aisles being blocked for other customers to walk down.

If you can, try to avoid bringing the whole family along.

If childcare is an issue try popping to the shops while the kids are at school or on the way home from work.

Queue pushers

Every British person hates a queue pusher, but this can easily happen in supermarkets, especially in the self-service area.

Wait in line like everyone else or karma might land you in an even bigger queue on your next shopping trip.

Last minute shoppers

There’s always going to be the odd occasion when you quickly need to grab an item last minute, but going into the store 10 minutes before closing is a big no-no.

Not only will the workers have to wait until you finish, but it can also panic other customers and create chaos.

Not to mention the shop will probably need restocking at the end of the day, meaning you might not even find what you're looking for.

Shoppers without a list

Those who go to the supermarket without a list are more likely to act erratically, searching the shelves and bumping into other customers.

Create a list on your phone or have a visual mindset of what you need and for which meals.

Pro tip, organise your list into different sections of the shop to make it easy to follow and so you don't miss anything.

Rebecca Bebbington, online consumer expert at NetVoucherCodes.co.uk said: “We’ve all had a time where we’ve been shopping in the supermarket and encountered people with bad supermarket etiquette.

“Shopping is stressful enough for many Brits, who are walking in and noticing prices rising on their typical basket of goods.

“And to top it all off, they have to encounter the worst types of shoppers out there, from slow walkers to people blocking the aisles with their trolleys.

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“With prices on the rise, we should be making shopping as stress free as possible for each other so we’ve broken down seven behaviours that don’t align with the correct supermarket etiquette.”

For ways to save money over the year, please visit https://www.netvouchercodes.co.uk/blog/ways-to-save-money

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