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Snappy Shopper’s 1966 Price Roll Back Deal

LET’S face it. Us Wales fans have had to listen to a certain neighbour reminisce about their 1966 football success for quite some time – 56 long years, to be precise. 

So long in fact, that Snappy Shopper has decided, as a tongue-in-cheek gesture, to partner with Welsh retailers in a ‘1966 price roll back’ for the World Cup.

The offer from Snappy Shopper runs from November 15 to 17 and will help football fans enjoy the home delights of a World Cup despite the rising cost-of-living. The deal will see prices of five of the nation’s best loved products roll all the way back to the price they were in the year 1966.

The three-day event will see these football-accompanying favourites transported back to: 

  • Doritos 180g Share Bag: 7p (Normally £2.19)
  • Pepsi Max/ Coke Zero 2L: 8p (Normally £1.99)
  • Cadbury Share Bar: 6p (Normally £1.25)
  • Maynards Sports Mix: 5p (Normally £1)
  • Club Biscuits 6 pack: 6p (Normally £1.25)

So, as we settle in for another year of watching football not coming home, we can do so with the luxury of Snappy Shopper bringing it home for us!

Both Snappy Shopper and participating retailers will pick up the cost of the promotion, while Snappy Shopper is also investing heavily in marketing to raise awareness and support local retailers.

As many families are struggling to make money stretch, along with Christmas around the corner, Snappy Shopper wants to ease the pressure and add some celebration ahead of the tournament.  

The promotion is the latest in a long line of Snappy Shopper campaigns aimed at supporting local communities.

The offer will be available from the following Welsh stores via the Snappy Shopper app:

  • Megasave Sophie’s Nisa
  • Sanghera Food & Wine Premier Gold
  • Pentre Convenience Store
  • Premeir Pisgah
  • Premier Aberbargoed

Snappy Shopper Operations Controller, David Stewart said: “In the face of a cost-of-living crisis, we don’t want our loyal customers to miss out on the joys of a World Cup. Supporting local retailers and the communities they serve is what Snappy Shopper is all about. 

“We’re proud to work with retailers to support people as they get together this winter, making memories watching the World Cup unfold.”

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