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smhaggle on SAT.1 breakfast television!

smhaggle on SAT.1 breakfast television!

SAT.1

Food prices are rising permanently. But now you can save an incredible amount of money when shopping at the supermarket. But how does that work? And what do apps have to do with it? SAT.1 savings detective Daniel Engelbarts explains it to us in a talk show.

The Savings Radar - Here's where your shopping will be cheaper today

The Savings Radar - Here's where your shopping will be cheaper today

BILD

Save every day with your BILD: Today, too, you will find the best discounts from the major supermarket chains and discounters in the savings radar: Save up to 56 percent with these tips!

The Savings Radar - The best supermarket discounts for today

The Savings Radar - The best supermarket discounts for today

BILD

Save every day with BILD: Today, too, you can find the best discounts from the major supermarket chains and discounters in the savings radar.

A defeat for EDEKA in the price dispute: Coca-Cola's supply stop is legal after all

A defeat for EDEKA in the price dispute: Coca-Cola's supply stop is legal after all

Handelsblatt

Every twentieth Edeka receipt contains a Coca-Cola product, according to a study by the price transparency app Smhaggle for the Lebensmittelzeitung based on around 960,000 receipts.

The Savings Radar - Save up to 51% on your shopping today

The Savings Radar - Save up to 51% on your shopping today

BILD

Pass by the expensive products again today! The best discounts from supermarkets and discounters - BILD knows where you can save up to 51 percent again today.

The Savings Radar - The Best Discounts on Shopping

The Savings Radar - The Best Discounts on Shopping

BILD

BILD has the highest discounts in the supermarkets for you again today. Save up to 55 percent when shopping.

The Savings Radar - The best discounts at the start of the week!

The Savings Radar - The best discounts at the start of the week!

BILD

New week, new discounts. And this Monday has it all: BILD has once again identified the best supermarket offers exclusively for you and tells you where you can save over 60 percent today:

How to really save money when buying food - tips

How to really save money when buying food - tips

Südwest Presse

An app helps with price comparison This app creates price transparency in stationary retail - digitally and quickly. By uploading till receipts via the app smhaggle, users share their stationary purchase information on product availability and price with other users and benefit from the purchase information of others at the same time. People can search for products and view prices at different retailers in the area.

High prices in the supermarket - who is to blame?

High prices in the supermarket - who is to blame?

SWR2

Higher fuel prices and increased costs for fertilisers, problems in the supply chains and then the Ukraine war: food prices have been rising for months, sometimes rapidly, and there is no end in sight. And often the price increases are not even apparent to consumers at first glance. Farmers, producers and supermarkets all claim that they cannot survive otherwise, and more and more often price beats quality.

The Savings Radar - These discounts make savers happy

The Savings Radar - These discounts make savers happy

BILD

Discounts of 10 or 20 per cent already help us with our daily shopping. But more would be better.

Save on shopping with smhaggle

Save on shopping with smhaggle

Android User

The name of the app, smhaggle, is made up of the English words "smart" and "haggle". This means something like smart bargaining. According to information, you can save up to 30 % on shopping with smhaggle.

As a new user, you first register by e-mail address. Then you define a shopping zone so that smhaggle can prioritise the prices of retailers in your area.

The savings radar - New XXL Discounts

The savings radar - New XXL Discounts

BILD

Do you regularly buy private labels in the supermarket? You're not doing anything wrong.

The savings radar - these are today's discount bangers

The savings radar - these are today's discount bangers

BILD

Everything is getting more expensive - who will help save? BILD is here for you, dear readers!

Kaufland, Rewe & Co: Everyday product now also more expensive

Kaufland, Rewe & Co: Everyday product now also more expensive

Karlsruher Insider

More money for less content

This is no longer a rarity. Manufacturers always resort to hidden price increases by reducing the filling quantities.

This is also the case with a product that everyone has at home. Namely soap. Every product has become more expensive. Low-cost offers are hard to find. This is shown by a price comparison of the comparison app "smhaggle". Experts compared specific brand-name products as of September 2021 with the practical app.

Rising prices in the supermarket - are they justified?

Rising prices in the supermarket - are they justified?

SWR

This year, the price of many groceries has already increased for the third time. But are the price increases justified at all? And what are the reasons for them?

The savings radar - save big every day with BILD

The savings radar - save big every day with BILD

BILD

Shopping is no longer fun for you because everything feels like it's getting more and more expensive? Fortunately, there are also mega discounts in the supermarkets every day.

Kaufland, Rewe and Co.: Unbelievable! That's how much more you have to pay for soap now

Kaufland, Rewe and Co.: Unbelievable! That's how much more you have to pay for soap now

DER WESTEN

A price comparison of specific branded products since September 2021 by the supermarket comparison app "smhaggle" only highlights the misery even more. Dove soap in particular stands out, as "Bild" reports.

The Shameless List of Supermarket Inflation

The Shameless List of Supermarket Inflation

BILD

BILD exclusively has a list of prices from the supermarket comparison app smhaggle, which reveals insane price increases of up to 74 percent for some products!

The savings radar - And this is where they save the most

The savings radar - And this is where they save the most

BILD

And fortunately, prices are also melting today ... BILD savings expert Frank Ochse has determined the biggest discounts from all the offers.

Price hammer in the supermarket: Significantly above inflation!

Price hammer in the supermarket: Significantly above inflation!

news.de

This was reported by the German newspaper Bild, referring to the supermarket comparison app smhaggle. It has identified the largest increases in specific branded products since September 2021.

The savings radar - Coke, cake & fish significantly cheaper

The savings radar - Coke, cake & fish significantly cheaper

BILD

Prices up - does it never end? Positive: Food retailers sometimes tempt you with XXL discounts. You just have to find them.

With three important rules you can save a lot of money on shopping every week

With three important rules you can save a lot of money on shopping every week

FOCUS online

Compared to last year, oatmeal, milk, butter or pasta cost almost 30 percent more. Due to the extremely high energy costs and the increased cost of living, many people in Germany have to cut back heavily. FOCUS online tells you how you can save on your weekly shopping.

The savings radar - the biggest discounts of the day are only available at BILD

The savings radar - the biggest discounts of the day are only available at BILD

BILD

Gas more expensive, electricity more expensive, even food is more expensive. But fortunately not all of them. There are mega discounts in the supermarkets every day.

The Savings Radar - These bargains make consumers happy

The Savings Radar - These bargains make consumers happy

BILD

BILD reveals the biggest discounts in our supermarkets every day: - 40% or even more.

These are the price drivers in German supermarkets

These are the price drivers in German supermarkets

Wirtschaftswoche

Whether at Aldi, Lidl, Rewe or Edeka - prices are rising everywhere. An exclusive data analysis shows which branded products and own brands have seen particularly drastic price increases since the beginning of the year.

Aldi, Lidl, Rewe & Co. These are the biggest price drivers - "new increases every week".

Aldi, Lidl, Rewe & Co. These are the biggest price drivers - "new increases every week".

Kölner Express

But it is by no means only the branded products that are becoming more expensive at Aldi, Lidl, Rewe & Co. This is the result of an analysis by the price app smhaggle, which examined individual branded and own-brand products and was made available to the "Wirtschaftswoche".

The savings radar - yoghurt up to 58% cheaper today

The savings radar - yoghurt up to 58% cheaper today

BILD

Oh dear, prices have gone up again! But there are also extremely positive surprises.

The Savings Radar - Really big discounts

The Savings Radar - Really big discounts

BILD

Shopping is slowly becoming a luxury. Prices go up or package contents are reduced. But BILD always finds mega bargains for you, dear readers, in between.

The savings radar - These are the mega discounts for the weekend

The savings radar - These are the mega discounts for the weekend

BILD

Let's save money on weekend shopping. You should always read BILD first!

Good and greedy

Good and greedy

WirtschaftsWoche

Since the beginning of the year, entry-level products from Edeka (Gut & Günstig) and Rewe (ja!) have each become about 24 per cent more expensive on average; Aldi's own brands cost about 18 per cent more than in January. In the same period, branded products only increased in price by 11.8 per cent at Rewe, by 12.8 per cent at Edeka and by 9.2 per cent at Aldi. This is the result of an analysis by the price app smhaggle, whose data is based on users' till receipts. Surveys by GfK confirm the trend.

The Savings Radar - HERE YOU SAVE MASSIVE TODAY

The Savings Radar - HERE YOU SAVE MASSIVE TODAY

BILD

EVERYTHING is getting more expensive? No, not everything. The nationwide supermarket chains are cutting some prices drastically every week.

The Savings Radar - THE BIGGEST DISCOUNTS FOR TODAY

The Savings Radar - THE BIGGEST DISCOUNTS FOR TODAY

BILD

How can I still afford to live? BILD fights for you.

The Spar Radar - Today with these mega offers

The Spar Radar - Today with these mega offers

BILD

Supermarket offers have never been as important as they are now: often discounts of 20% or 25%. But there is more to come.

Aldi, Edeka & Co.: Prices for own brands rise significantly faster than for branded goods

Aldi, Edeka & Co.: Prices for own brands rise significantly faster than for branded goods

Münchner Merkur

Good and cheap, as if: this year, supermarkets and discounters have given their own brands substantial price increases. This is the result of a bond data analysis by the price comparison app Smhaggle. According to the analysis, the prices of own brands such as "Gut & Günstig" or "Ja" have risen more than those of branded products such as Coca-Cola or Barilla.

Up to 100 euros free: With these coupons you can get a big discount at Rewe, Edeka & Co.

Up to 100 euros free: With these coupons you can get a big discount at Rewe, Edeka & Co.

CHIP

Those who also use the free app smhaggle not only know where to find which product at the lowest price, but can save even more with additional offers. The app's creators promise up to 30 per cent savings on groceries.

Aldi, Edeka & Co.: Prices for own brands rise significantly faster than for branded goods

Aldi, Edeka & Co.: Prices for own brands rise significantly faster than for branded goods

Remscheider General-Anzeiger

Good and cheap, as if: this year, supermarkets and discounters have given their own brands substantial price increases. This is the result of a bond data analysis by the price comparison app Smhaggle. According to the analysis, the prices of own brands such as "Gut & Günstig" or "Ja" have risen more than those of branded products such as Coca-Cola or Barilla.

Refueling, shopping, electricity: these apps help you save money

Refueling, shopping, electricity: these apps help you save money

Berliner Morgenpost

Where can I get the cheapest pasta or coffee? With the app "smhaggle", users can create a digital shopping list. The app then shows the supermarket in the area where the products are cheapest. In addition, "smhaggle" offers a cashback service through which users are credited an amount to their user account after purchasing a certain product.

App evaluates thousands of receipts

App evaluates thousands of receipts

NTV

Crisis-driven inflation is showing up everywhere, including and especially in food prices. The supermarket app smhaggle examines hundreds of thousands of its users' receipts to determine the average additional expenditure in the supermarket - with a shocking result.

These mega discounts are valid today only

These mega discounts are valid today only

BILD

Are you also annoyed by rising food prices? The good news: There are still mega bargains! BILD knows them because Sparfochs Frank Ochse had all the advertising offers evaluated.

LIDL, REWE, ALDI: This app tells you where your products are cheapest

LIDL, REWE, ALDI: This app tells you where your products are cheapest

Fenix magazin

Prices have risen in almost all shops in Germany. If you still want to save money at the supermarket or discounter, you have to resort to certain tricks. With the free app "smhaggle" you can follow the prices of butter, oil and other groceries live.

Different price, but same taste

Different price, but same taste

Business Insider

This is how you can find out if the expensive brand product and the inexpensive private label come from the same manufacturer. "Most private labels are produced by the big brand manufacturers on behalf of the retailers," explains Sven Reuter, CEO of the price comparison app smhaggle.

These MEGA discounts you need to know

These MEGA discounts you need to know

BILD

Here are today's bargains, powered by the comparison app smhaggle.

Top 100 Shopping APPs of the Month

Top 100 Shopping APPs of the Month

CHIP

The smhaggle APP continues to rank #1 in downloads in the Shopping seqment of the CHIP charts.

CHIP conclusion on smhaggle: Saving money in the supermarket: Even without the scan function, smhaggle offers a good service that helps you save money without much effort.

"Best 'discount' I've ever seen": Butter offer at Lidl causes laughter

"Best 'discount' I've ever seen": Butter offer at Lidl causes laughter

TZ

The inflation rate in Germany remains high. The rising prices for energy and food are placing an enormous burden on consumers. Especially for people with lower incomes, Hartz IV recipients or pensioners with low incomes, this quickly becomes a test of endurance. Even simple basic foodstuffs are becoming almost unaffordable for some.

This app tells you which products are currently cheapest where

This app tells you which products are currently cheapest where

CHIP

Prices are currently rising almost everywhere. If you want to save money at the supermarket or discount store, you have to be smart. With the free app "smhaggle" you can cut out all the advertising brochures - and watch prices for butter, oil & Co. live. Version 2 of the app has now been released.

The savings radar - Only in BILD: The XXXL discounts of the supermarkets

The savings radar - Only in BILD: The XXXL discounts of the supermarkets

BILD

There are sooo many supermarket offers every day - sometimes 10, sometimes 20 % cheaper. But where are the real discount bargains?

BILD EXPOSES: WHY STILL PAY THE FULL PRICE?

BILD EXPOSES: WHY STILL PAY THE FULL PRICE?

BILD

BILD investigated the matter and had the supermarket comparison app Smhaggle analyze all the offers since the beginning of the year. The result was a surprising list: A number of brand-name items are almost always on sale. So why pay full price?

The Savings Radar - Save up to 58% on yoghurt today!

The Savings Radar - Save up to 58% on yoghurt today!

BILD

Almost everything is getting more expensive, more expensive, more expensive - BILD has an antidote! "Sparfoch's" Frank Ochse had all the supermarket price cuts analysed again.

Price increase at Aldi and Rewe - retail brands now really expensive

Price increase at Aldi and Rewe - retail brands now really expensive

Ruhr 24

The current times of crisis, marked by inflation and exploding energy prices, are also upsetting the food retail trade. As reported by the Lebensmittel Zeitung (LZ), private labels are now becoming more expensive faster than brand products.

This observation was made by LZ experts when they analysed the scanned receipts of the price app Smhaggle. According to the app's creators, customers should be able to find "the best prices" and "never pay too much again". This is to be achieved by customers creating a shopping list in the app and having the cheapest prices in the vicinity displayed.

The savings radar - Here you can find the biggest discounts

The savings radar - Here you can find the biggest discounts

BILD

At the start of the week, fresh discounts are waiting on the supermarket shelves. BILD knows which ones they are.

Aldi lowers its meat prices significantly and upsets customers: "Disrespectful"

Aldi lowers its meat prices significantly and upsets customers: "Disrespectful"

Ruhr 24

"I would never think of buying meat from a discounter," adds another user. They are not alone in their opinion. Several commentators describe the measure as "sad", "a completely wrong sign" or "disrespect for animals". However, it is unlikely that Aldi will suffer from a loss of customers in the future. This was only recently proven by the analysis of the shopping app smhaggle.

The savings radar - the cracker discounts for the weekend

The savings radar - the cracker discounts for the weekend

BILD

Last day of the shopping week! Want a few more super discounts?

The Savings Radar - Save up to 50% on juice

The Savings Radar - Save up to 50% on juice

BILD

BILD fights the price shock for you! Because: There are still great offers - you just have to find them.

Buyers are increasingly turning to cheap brands

Buyers are increasingly turning to cheap brands

SPIEGEL

The industry trade journal "Lebensmittel Zeitung" recently reported, based on the data pool of the price app Smhaggle, that the price increases for own brands of Rewe and Edeka from January to August were twice as high as for the brand products, which had also become more expensive. According to the data, the prices of private labels also increased significantly more than those of the branded products offered by the large discounters.

Tight budgets, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

Tight budgets, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

Lahrer Zeitung

They are called "Ja", "Gut & Günstig", "Milbona" or "Gut Bio": the private labels with which the retail chains compete with the brand manufacturers. What once began with a handful of cheap no-name products has now developed into an entire product world. In addition to the low-priced entry-level brands such as "Ja" from Rewe or "Gut & Günstig" from Edeka, with which the supermarket chains want to compete with the discounters, there are now also many own-brand offers for higher demands: organic products, veggie and vegan offers, regional products and premium offers for gourmets. What they all have in common is that their prices are usually lower than those of the well-known brand manufacturers. And that they are gaining in popularity at the moment.

Tight budgets, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

Tight budgets, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

Neue Westfälische

More and more people have to watch every cent in the face of high inflation. This is now having a strong impact on shopping behaviour. More and more often, consumers are reaching for the retailer's cheaper private labels and leaving the branded goods on the shelves.

 ROUNDUP: Shortage of cash, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

ROUNDUP: Shortage of cash, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

Investing

The industry trade journal "Lebensmittel Zeitung" recently reported, based on the data pool of the pricing app Smhaggle: "According to the analysed receipts of Smhaggle users, Edeka and Rewe increased the prices of their own-brand products in the entry-level price segment "Good & Cheap" and "Yes" respectively by almost 100 per cent more than the branded products, which also increased in price". According to the report, the prices of private label products at the large discounters also rose significantly more than those of the branded products on offer.

The savings radar - How to make your purchase significantly cheaper

The savings radar - How to make your purchase significantly cheaper

BILD

The shops are teeming with supposed special offers - but are they really the real deal?

Tight budgets, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

Tight budgets, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

Antenne Münster

The industry trade journal "Lebensmittel Zeitung" recently reported, based on the data pool of the pricing app Smhaggle: "According to the analysed receipts of Smhaggle users, Edeka and Rewe increased the prices of their own-brand products in the entry-level price segment "Gut & Günstig" (Good & Cheap) and "Ja" (Yes) by almost 100 per cent more than the brand products, which also increased in price. According to the report, the prices of private label products at the large discounters also rose significantly more than those of the branded products on offer.

Weekly shopping: Here the supermarkets especially turn up the prices

Weekly shopping: Here the supermarkets especially turn up the prices

Schwäbische

The "LZ" used the price comparison app "smhaggle" for its analysis. The result: Aldi increased its own-brand prices by 18 percent between January and August, while brand-name products only became 9.3 percent more expensive. At Rewe and Edeka and their respective own brands "ja!" and "Gut & Günstig" the price has even risen by 24 percent. Branded goods have only increased by about 12 per cent there.

Tight budgets, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

Tight budgets, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

Karlsruher News

The dramatic price increases have changed shopping behaviour. Customers are increasingly turning to the cheaper private labels of the retail chains. Premium articles have been left behind.

Tight budgets, high prices: That's why the low-cost brands are booming

Tight budgets, high prices: That's why the low-cost brands are booming

Aaachener Zeitung

The food industry trade journal "Lebensmittel Zeitung" recently reported, based on the data pool of the pricing app Smhaggle: "According to the evaluated receipts of Smhaggle users, Edeka and Rewe increased the prices of their own-brand products in the entry-level price segment "Gut & Günstig" and "Ja", respectively, by almost 100 percent more than was the case for the brand products, which also increased in price."

Tight budgets, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

Tight budgets, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

Aachener Zeitung

The dramatic price increases have changed shopping behaviour. Customers are increasingly turning to the cheaper private labels of the retail chains. Premium articles have been left behind.

Tight budgets, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

Tight budgets, high prices: Cheap brands are booming

Die Harke

The dramatic price increases have changed shopping behaviour. Customers are increasingly turning to the cheaper private labels of the retail chains. Premium articles have been left behind.

The savings radar - The biggest supermarket discounts for today

The savings radar - The biggest supermarket discounts for today

BILD

A few cents here, a euro there - it feels like almost everything is getting more expensive every day. But BILD helps you save. Sparfoch's Frank Ochse had all the supermarket offers checked out.

Food price war sharpens

Food price war sharpens

Mitellhessen

Consumers are buying more sparingly in view of the rising burdens. Against this background, the food trade is attacking the brand manufacturers as price drivers. Rightly so?

Food price war sharpens

Food price war sharpens

Main-Spitze

Consumers are buying more sparingly in view of the rising burdens. Against this background, the food trade is attacking the brand manufacturers as price drivers. Rightly so?

Surprising evaluation at Aldi, Edeka, Rewe: which brands are now particularly expensive

Surprising evaluation at Aldi, Edeka, Rewe: which brands are now particularly expensive

Kreiszeitung

According to the industry, the prices would be created by retailers, as the LZ reports. To take a closer look at the issue, Lebensmittel Zeitung analysed the data pool of the pricing app smhaggle. This app aims to play out the cheapest price to customers.

Edeka also goes after Mars

Edeka also goes after Mars

Lebensmittelzeitung

Manufacturers, on the other hand, repeatedly criticise what they see as the excessive market power of the retailers in Germany. According to information from the LZ, the industry is considering taking action against the power of the four large retail groups. Meanwhile, the industry is reportedly preparing further press increases in view of rising costs.

Market data relativise the current picture in the dispute between industry and retail. Edeka, Rewe, Aldi and Co. are also raising the prices of their own brands significantly - especially at the price entry point. This is shown by an LZ analysis of the data pool of the price app smhaggle.

Supermarket: Where Aldi, Rewe and Edeka especially turn the price screw

Supermarket: Where Aldi, Rewe and Edeka especially turn the price screw

Watson

An analysis for the "LZ" via the price comparison app "smhaggle" confirms this. According to this analysis, the discounter Aldi has increased its own-brand prices by 18 per cent, but the price increase for brand-name articles is only 9.2 per cent.

The savings radar - BILD exclusive: The biggest discounts of the day

The savings radar - BILD exclusive: The biggest discounts of the day

BILD

The price shock continues - but there are actually still mega-discounts. BILD savings expert Frank Ochse had them tracked down again today. Here are the supermarket offers with the highest reductions.

The savings radar - great deals at the start of the week

The savings radar - great deals at the start of the week

BILD

Fridge and icebox empty at the start of the week? BILD offers an exclusive service so that shopping doesn't get too expensive. Sparfoch's Frank Ochse had all the supermarket offers analysed and lists the mega-discounts that apply today.

The minced meat curve...and 11 other food prices in a 9-month comparison

The minced meat curve...and 11 other food prices in a 9-month comparison

BILD

"smhaggle" has analysed the prices of private labels. These are products that can only be bought in the individual supermarket chains. For example: "ja!" products are only available at Rewe, "gut & güsntig" products at EDEKA and so on.

Up to 24 percent: Food prices rise rapidly - private labels in particular have become significantly

Up to 24 percent: Food prices rise rapidly - private labels in particular have become significantly

Business Insider

Inflation is causing prices to spike. The price increases are particularly noticeable in supermarkets. In particular, the actually inexpensive private brands have risen sharply in price. This is the result of a study by the price comparison app Smhaggle for the "Lebensmittelzeitung" (LZ).

Save 58% on yogurt today!

Save 58% on yogurt today!

BILD

No desire for weekend shopping because of the high prices? BILD-Sparfochs Frank Ochse helps! He let also for today all supermarket offers analyzed.

FOOD PRICE INCREASE How to effectively save money on shopping

FOOD PRICE INCREASE How to effectively save money on shopping

TRENDYONE

While many apps also refer to products other than food, the smhaggle application is more specifically geared to this. Users can easily find the products they want at a special price by entering the product name or searching for it using a photo scan.

Retailers increase own-brand prices

Retailers increase own-brand prices

Lebensmittelzeitung

Fierce price negotiations have been raging in the industry for months. The trade accuses the industry of raising prices excessively - and of driving up prices for the sake of their own profits. The manufacturers, on the other hand, say: "Retailers set the prices. And in the case of own brands, the retail trade raises prices, while in the case of branded products, it opposes them and sells them off in promotions. In order to shed light on this, the LZ took a look at the data pool of the price app smhaggle: What is the pricing strategy of the leading food retailers in this country?

Prices at Aldi and Lidl continue to rise - App shows cheap groceries

Prices at Aldi and Lidl continue to rise - App shows cheap groceries

Ruhr 24

The app that is supposed to compare prices for customers is called "smhaggle". The name of the app is said to be a combination of the two words "smart" and "haggle". According to the website, consumers should save an average of 30 per cent on grocery shopping.

Edeka, Rewe: Own brands in supermarkets up to 24 per cent more expensive

Edeka, Rewe: Own brands in supermarkets up to 24 per cent more expensive

Berliner Zeitung

It remains at a high level. The price increase is particularly noticeable for food. An analysis by the price comparison app smhaggle for the Lebensmittelzeitung shows that supermarkets' own brands are particularly affected. Record increases of up to 24 percent were recorded.

The Savings Radar - Here's where you can really save today!

The Savings Radar - Here's where you can really save today!

BILD

If you shop smart, you can really save! The BILD savings radar helps you to do so.

The savings radar - the biggest discounts only in BILD!

The savings radar - the biggest discounts only in BILD!

BILD

Unfortunately, many things are becoming more and more expensive. But there are also great bargains - you just have to find them. BILD knows them!

Where the low prices are hiding

Where the low prices are hiding

FAZ

Reuter is the founder of smhaggle, an app that compares the grocery prices of retailers - and not just those found in the brochures. To do this, the app accesses users' receipts, which they can upload. According to Reuter, those who shop with smhaggle can save an average of 30 per cent.

The Savings Radar You must know these MEGA-DISCOUNTS!

The Savings Radar You must know these MEGA-DISCOUNTS!

BILD

A savings list like this is only available in BILD! Sparfoch's Frank Ochse has all the supermarket offers analysed for you every day: Where are the biggest discounts? Here are the best bargains for today.

Where the low prices are hidden

Where the low prices are hidden

FAZ

But there are easier methods than laying out all the handouts on the kitchen table and marking them with a red pencil, Sven Reuter from smhaggle agrees. "There is a lack of comparability of prices across providers," he says. How is a customer supposed to know whether the coffee on offer is really the cheapest in his area? Reuter is the founder of smhaggle, an app that compares the product prices of retailers - and not just those found in the leaflets.

Less content, same price These food manufacturers trick with their pack sizes

Less content, same price These food manufacturers trick with their pack sizes

Tagesspiegel

"Shrinkflation" in the supermarket: many companies are getting creative when it comes to passing on higher costs to customers unnoticed. Some brands stand out in particular.

The Savings Radar - Save over 50% on ice cream

The Savings Radar - Save over 50% on ice cream

BILD

BILD also has an eye on the supermarkets for you at the start of the week. The best bargains, exclusively determined by the comparison app smhaggle.

Savings round-up series: How smart apps help you save at the supermarket

Savings round-up series: How smart apps help you save at the supermarket

Kölnische Rundschau

Many consumers have their "regular supermarket". However, it is worth comparing the prices there with another supermarket or discounter in the vicinity from time to time. The best-known app for this is currently "smhaggle", whose developers promise savings of up to 30 per cent on grocery shopping. The desired products can be entered in the app. "smhaggle" then automatically looks to see which supermarket in the nearest are offers the lowest prices.

The Savings Radar - The best discounts for the weekend

The Savings Radar - The best discounts for the weekend

BILD

Weekend shopping coming up? BILD once again provides you with the best bargains - with up to 50 percent discount!

Ice cream bars, red wine, water - BILD knows where you can save today

Ice cream bars, red wine, water - BILD knows where you can save today

BILD

Here are today's bargains, determined by the comparison app smhaggle.

That way you can also get organic food cheaper!

That way you can also get organic food cheaper!

BILD

Whether Bioland from Lidl, Naturgut from Penny or K-Bio from Kaufland - almost every supermarket advertises its own organic brands now. For BILD, the comparison app smhaggle compared the prices of a total of 87 products across seven supermarket chains and discounters.

Organic food in comparison: Opportunity to save or expensive shock?

Organic food in comparison: Opportunity to save or expensive shock?

news.de

Using a price comparison with the app smhaggle, "Bild" compared 87 organic products from discounters such as Lidl and seven supermarket chains. The comparison showed that customers pay more than 60 per cent less for own brands than for branded products.

Save while shopping - today with these bargains

Save while shopping - today with these bargains

BILD

BILD's savings radar has once again uncovered bargains for you to buy cheaper today.

This is how much you really save on organic own brands

This is how much you really save on organic own brands

BILD

Organic products have a reputation for being particularly expensive. But the markets have adapted to this. Whether Bioland from Lidl, Naturgut from Penny or K-Bio from Kaufland - almost every supermarket now has its own organic brands.

For BILDplus, the comparison app smhaggle compared the prices of a total of 87 organic products across seven supermarket chains and discounters.

Food manufacturers cheat with the filling quantities

Food manufacturers cheat with the filling quantities

Handelsblatt

An example: Vernel brand fabric softener. The 900-millilitre bottle for 36 wash loads was replaced by an 850-millilitre bottle for two wash loads less. The shelf price, however, rose - in Rewe shops, for example, from 1.79 to 1.99 euros. This was determined by the price comparison app smhaggle exclusively for Handelsblatt.

First Inflation, Now " Shrinkflation ": How Food Manufacturers Cheat on Prices and Packages

First Inflation, Now " Shrinkflation ": How Food Manufacturers Cheat on Prices and Packages

Handelsblatt

In times of inflation, manufacturers shrink the filling quantity to conceal higher prices. Consumer advocates say the big wave is yet to come.

smhaggle identifies affected products for Handelsblatt.

Super bargains for your weekend shopping

Super bargains for your weekend shopping

BILD

BILD has compiled the best offers for today's shopping for you, determined by the comparison apps kaufDA (belonging to Axel Springer like BILD) and smhaggle.

Crazy! Branded products are cheaper than private label

Crazy! Branded products are cheaper than private label

BILD

BILD savings expert Frank Ochse checks the prices for all readers: Which supermarket offers are real bargains? Here are some surprising current examples (source: price comparison app smhaggle).

DISCOUNT ALARM! Save up to 53% today

DISCOUNT ALARM! Save up to 53% today

BILD

There is still good news in the expensive summer! BILD-Sparfochs Frank Ochse again had all supermarket offers analyzed.

Today again mega discounts for your purchase

Today again mega discounts for your purchase

BILD

BILD's savings expert Frank Ochse has again compared all supermarket offers today.

We love!

We love!

FÜR SIE

CLEVER SAVINGS AT THE SUPERMARKET
Keeping an eye on the offers of all stores, discounters and drugstores in the vicinity without having to
brochures? The "smhaggle" app (available in the App Store and on Google Play) makes it possible. 

Save up to 50% with BILD today!

Save up to 50% with BILD today!

BILD

EVERYTHING more and more expensive? NO! BILD savings chef Frank Ochse has again determined the highest discounts among the supermarket offers for the weekend shopping today.

Wow! Save up to 52 percent for the weekend

Wow! Save up to 52 percent for the weekend

BILD

More and more BILD readers are turning to private labels in the supermarket.
That's right! But in rare cases, brand-name products are even
cheaper. Frank Ochse, BILD's savings expert, has had exclusive examples investigated.

These supermarket discounts are valid today!

These supermarket discounts are valid today!

BILD

With this list, shopping is fun despite mega inflation: BILD savings expert Frank Ochse again had the biggest discounts today determined exclusively among all supermarket offers.

The biggest discounts at the start of the week

The biggest discounts at the start of the week

BILD

This shopping service is only available at BILD: Save big at the start of the week!
BILD savings expert Frank Ochse has all the supermarket offers of nationwide retailers.

Today's weekend shopping becomes completely free with the receipt cashback method

Today's weekend shopping becomes completely free with the receipt cashback method

Focus

We have searched for the best offers at the moment and want to share them with you. Take a look at the following tables - we have compiled the most exciting promotions for you.
New app "smhaggle": How you can still save money on your purchases despite price increases.

Exclusive listing in BILD

Exclusive listing in BILD

BILD

Save up to 57%! Today's biggest shopping discounts!

Powered by: KAUFDA PROSPECT APP (AXEL SPRINGER) AND SMHAGGLE PRICE COMPARISON APP.

Germany in crisis - Save up to 60% today!

Germany in crisis - Save up to 60% today!

BILD

Exclusive list: The biggest discounts of the day.

The best top offers for today

The best top offers for today

BILD

BILD has promotional offers compared and publishes the ones with the biggest discounts.

How Janine collected 3800 euros while shopping

How Janine collected 3800 euros while shopping

BILD

Tip 9: Comparison app "smhaggle". The start-up compares the offers in supermarkets. The data comes from the chains' advertising and the till receipts that users send in. So smhaggle knows the promotional price AND the undiscounted shelf price. You can save your favourite products: The app notifies you when something is on sale.

Save up to 50% - the best of the top offers

Save up to 50% - the best of the top offers

BILD

On behalf of BILD, the prospectus app Kaufda and the comparison app smhaggle determined the biggest discounts compared to the normal shelf price.

The best bargains for weekend shopping

The best bargains for weekend shopping

BILD

Time for weekend shopping - luckily there are mega bargains again!

Edeka observes slight change in the purchasing behaviour of Saarlanders

Edeka observes slight change in the purchasing behaviour of Saarlanders

Saarbrücker Zeitung

The price comparison portal smhaggle recently came to the conclusion after evaluating 600,000 till receipts of grocery shoppers: In June 2022, the average expenditure on groceries was 103 euros above the budget set by the statistics for grocery purchases. According to smhaggle boss Sven Reuter, consumers in the lower income brackets were particularly affected.

Today's best supermarket deals

Today's best supermarket deals

BILD

Everything is getting more expensive, but there are still bargains to be had. You just have to find them. BILD has compared exactly where you can really save. Here are the best supermarket offers of today - determined by the comparison app "smhaggle".

Germany in crisis

Germany in crisis

BILD

The savings radar

Aldi reacts to price pain threshold - around 50 products cheaper

Aldi reacts to price pain threshold - around 50 products cheaper

Watson

In the previous year, retailers had benefited from the lockdown effects and made large additional sales, but these will cease in 2022. Now the weights are shifting in the grocery trade. As the operator of the shopping app Smhaggle discovered when analysing more than 200,000 scanned shopping receipts, many customers are shifting part of their shopping budget to discounters such as Aldi and Lidl.

Market turbulence, supply crisis, gas overflow: the vice editor-in-chief's weekly review

Market turbulence, supply crisis, gas overflow: the vice editor-in-chief's weekly review

Handelsblatt

7. Many consumers in Germany are already noticing the significant price increases in supermarkets - and can hardly afford to buy groceries. This is shown by a study of more than 600,000 till receipts, which the market researcher smhaggle analysed exclusively for the Handelsblatt. Even switching to discounters does not bring any relief.

103 euros: The first indicator of noticeable inflation

103 euros: The first indicator of noticeable inflation

Investing.com

103 Euro: The inflation indicator Let's start with the context of this indicator. The analysis company Smhaggle has exclusively analysed 600,000 cash register receipts on behalf of the Handelsblatt. Without a doubt, this is a large amount of data. Within this evaluation, Handelsblatt comes to the conclusion that consumers are being hit hard in their daily shopping.

Tight budgetary constraints

Tight budgetary constraints

Handelsblatt

But how hard the burden really is for many households is now shown for the first time by the figures from smhaggle. The study is based on receipts that consumers have photographed and thus maps the prices actually paid.

Aldi explores price thresholds

Aldi explores price thresholds

Lebensmittelzeitung

The operator of the shopping app smhaggle has also noticed this. The evaluation of more than 200,000 scanned shopping receipts showed that many customers shift part of their shopping budget from the supermarket to the discount store. The big discounters Aldi and Lidl profited most from this. According to smhaggle, discounters and supermarkets are almost equal in terms of average receipts this year.

Expensive food burdens German households

Expensive food burdens German households

Lebensmittelpraxis

A study of more than 600,000 till receipts by the market research company smhaggle for the Handelsblatt shows that the food budget of many households was exceeded by more than 100 euros in June due to increased prices. In April, the amount was only about half that.

600,000 receipts show: This is how much consumers pay more due to inflation

600,000 receipts show: This is how much consumers pay more due to inflation

Utopia

Inflation is causing the budget that consumers have to plan for food to grow. According to the Federal Statistical Office, the average inflation rate in June was 7.6 per cent higher than a year earlier - and many products have become correspondingly more expensive.

In order to find out how much of a burden this is for consumers, the Handelsblatt, together with the market research company smhaggle, analysed 600,000 receipts.

Analysis of 600,000 receipts This is how much expensive food burdens German households

Analysis of 600,000 receipts This is how much expensive food burdens German households

Tagesspiegel

In view of the significantly increased prices in supermarkets, many consumers in Germany can hardly afford to buy groceries. This is shown by a study of more than 600,000 till receipts, which the market research company smhaggle evaluated exclusively for the "Handelsblatt".

Cheaper shopping at Aldi, Lidl & Co.: With these five apps, you can really save money

Cheaper shopping at Aldi, Lidl & Co.: With these five apps, you can really save money

CHIP

Studying offer brochures is part of everyday life in many households. With the app smhaggle, this is no longer necessary, it does it for you automatically. The makers promise savings of up to 30 per cent on groceries, which is supposed to be an average of 1,200 euros per household per year.

Basically, the app is a shopping list with a price comparison function for groceries. You can see where the products you want are cheapest in your area and plan your shopping trip. In addition, there are cashback offers.

Bargains at the supermarket

Bargains at the supermarket

Weser Kurier

The app "smhaggle" can help looking for bargains: If you enter your location and the products you want to buy, the app shows you where these products are currently cheapest.

Digital shopping list saves money

Digital shopping list saves money

Idsteiner Zeitung

"Interactive app as shopping list - an Idstein company has developed "smhaggle", also for grocery ordering and home delivery". Under this headline, this newspaper reported in April 2020 on an innovative offer by my-valueshopping Germany GmbH, based in the Idstein district of Wörsdorf. The company's board member is Sven Reuter. What was still in its infancy then has become a real success today - and the app is more topical than ever because persistent inflation and rising food prices are putting consumers under increasing pressure.

After analysis of 600,00 receipts: This is how much expensive food burdens Germans

After analysis of 600,00 receipts: This is how much expensive food burdens Germans

Handelsblatt

In view of the significantly increased prices in supermarkets, many consumers in Germany can hardly afford to buy groceries. This is shown by a study of more than 600,000 till receipts, which the market research company smhaggle analysed exclusively for the Handelsblatt.

Save up to 71 percent with own brands

Save up to 71 percent with own brands

Neue Woche

The creators of the price comparison app "smhaggle" compared 20 branded products with five corresponding own brand products each. The savings ranged from 25.9 to 70.6 per cent, depending on the product.

G-spart: same chain, but more expensive? - "Galileo" checks

G-spart: same chain, but more expensive? - "Galileo" checks

Pro7

The smhaggle APP in review at Pro7 Galileo.

Consumer advice centre criticises increase in "deceptives" among private labels

Consumer advice centre criticises increase in "deceptives" among private labels

Lebensmittelzeitung

However, in recent weeks it has also been observed that retailers have increased the prices of own brands more than branded products.
prices for own brands than for branded products. According to a sample of the value shopping app Smhaggle shows that the volume of private label shopping baskets increased by up to 20 per cent, depending on the company, while 2 to 3 per cent for manufacturer brands.

Prices make barbecue a luxury evening!

Prices make barbecue a luxury evening!

BILD

The galloping inflation is not only driving up the prices of fuel and energy: summer parties are also becoming more and more expensive. The supermarket comparison app smhaggle has analysed the price development of the last twelve months for BILD.

Many are running out of money

Many are running out of money

Südwest Presse

Among economists, producer prices are considered an important leading indicator for the development of consumer prices. But many people are already running out of money well before the end of the month. This is shown by an analysis of the price transparency app smhaggle.

Shop with discount at the supermarket

Shop with discount at the supermarket

SUPERillu

Before going to the supermarket, it is always advisable to make a shopping list. This prevents superfluous purchases and unnecessary additional expenditure. A digital shopping list with your favourite products in the free app smhaggle (Android, iOS) is advantageous. The app then checks the prices of the respective products in the nearby markets and automatically displays special offers.

Save cash on shopping

Save cash on shopping

Münchner Merkur

We have listed the groceries that are on sale today and in some cases until Wednesday in the table on the right - determined by the price transparency app smhaggle. If you want to be on the safe side
buy as early as possible today - because some bargains could already be sold out in the afternoon.

Here you can save with the tz

Here you can save with the tz

TZ

In front of the shelves in the supermarket, you can currently get heavily pondered. The prices for bread,
butter, flour & Co. are rising and rising. There's only one thing to do: watch out for special offers. The tz helps! In the table on the right, we have listed the foods that are on sale today and in some cases until Wednesday - as determined by the price transparency app smhaggle.

Edeka and Rewe attack discounters

Edeka and Rewe attack discounters

Idsteiner Zeitung

However, the focus on own brands has a bitter aftertaste. According to an analysis by the price comparison app Smhaggle, food retailers are raising prices especially in the low-priced own-brand segment.

Edeka and Rewe attack discounters

Edeka and Rewe attack discounters

Wiesbadener Kurier

However, the focus on own brands has a bitter aftertaste. According to an analysis by the price comparison app Smhaggle, food retailers are raising prices especially in the low-priced own-brand segment.

Aldi, Edeka and Co: More products will become more expensive

Aldi, Edeka and Co: More products will become more expensive

Utopia

Sven Reuter, head of shmaggle, reported that the prices of the brands increased by two to three percent depending on the company. For private labels it was up to 20 per cent. Retailers had increased the prices of their own brands "almost synchronously to almost the same price", said Reuter. For water and beer, this was an increase of 32 and 34 per cent.

Extra Special: Can we save ourselves rich?

Extra Special: Can we save ourselves rich?

RTL

It's only the beginning of the month and the bank account is empty: electricity, food and fuel - everything is getting more expensive! The whole of Germany is suffering from constantly rising prices. But this does not have to be. EXTRA reporters have spent months researching, conducting experiments with people from all over Germany and talking to top experts. All with one goal: to show the best money-saving tips for living, shopping and filling up with petrol.

High food prices: "The worst is yet to come"

High food prices: "The worst is yet to come"

Mittelhessen

However, the extent to which retailers, especially supermarkets and discounters, pass on the higher costs is
passed on, however, is apparently not as clear as Allianz Trade assumes. An analysis of the
price comparison app smhaggle for the trade magazine Lebensmittelzeitung comes to a
surprising result.

Aldi, Rewe and Co. raise prices sharply - especially for own brands

Aldi, Rewe and Co. raise prices sharply - especially for own brands

Watson

In recent weeks, the German population has had to dig deeper into their pockets at the supermarket. Many products have become more expensive. An analysis by the price comparison app Smhaggle now shows that the grocers' own private labels in particular have been affected by the price increases.

Retailers hardly allow price increases for brands

Retailers hardly allow price increases for brands

Lebensmittelzeitung

"Many retailers have increased the prices of their private labels - almost synchronously to almost the same price," says Reuter. For water and beer the increases were 32 and 34 per cent respectively, for minced meat it was 40 per cent, according to the Smhaggle analysis of shopping receipts scanned by mobile phone. For branded products, on the other hand, prices remained "very stable" in the retailer comparison. Of course, it is clear that the results "are not set in stone", says Reuter, who is also CEO and founder of My-Valueshopping Germany, the parent company of Smhaggle. Shopping basket comparisons are difficult on this basis because not every retailer carries all brands in its assortment.

Retailers hardly allow price increases for brands

Retailers hardly allow price increases for brands

Lebensmittelzeitung

In price negotiations with the industry, retailers make sure that the curve is not stretched too imaginatively. But when it comes to the prices of their own brands, Aldi, Edeka, Rewe and Co. are less restrained. This is shown by a study conducted by the comparison app smhaggle exclusively for this newspaper.

LZ on Friday: Newsletter

LZ on Friday: Newsletter

Lebensmittelzeitung

According to the study, between mid-March and the end of April in the 10th and 17th calendar week - contrary to public perception - there were virtually no price increases for 15 selected brands from different product groups. In contrast, there were some considerable price jumps for private labels. According to smhaggel boss Sven Reuter, the price of the branded goods basket increased by 2 to 3 percent. For the private label basket, on the other hand, prices rose by up to 20 percent.

Aldi, Lidl and Co: More and more customers go shopping at the weekend - but is it really worth it?

Aldi, Lidl and Co: More and more customers go shopping at the weekend - but is it really worth it?

inFranken

However, you should not blindly trust the weekend offers, as a price comparison shows. For example, the half pound of butter, brand Kerrygold the original, is offered at Lidl from Friday, 27.5.2022, in the brochure instead of the normal price of 3.29 euros with a discount of 24 percent and thus for 2.49 euros. In the same week (i.e. not only at the weekend), the price at Aldi was 2.29 euros and at Globus 1.99 euros (own price comparison at smhaggle for Berlin).

RTL explosiv: The tricks of the food retail traders with price tags

RTL explosiv: The tricks of the food retail traders with price tags

RTL

RTL reveals whether products whose price tags promise a good price are really sold at good prices and how you can immediately recognise what is a good offer and what is not with the APP smhaggle.

RTL extra: Sales tricks in the food retail industry

RTL extra: Sales tricks in the food retail industry

RTL

RTL extra discovers the sales tricks in food retail and shows how you can save up to 50% with APPs like smhaggle.

These are the vouchers you should be aware of when shopping at the supermarket now

These are the vouchers you should be aware of when shopping at the supermarket now

Focus

smhaggle


With this app you can continuously view and compare current offers at Aldi Süd, Aldi Nord, Lidl, Rewe, Edeka, Hit, Kaufland, Netto Marken-Discount, Penny, Tegut, Familia or Globus. If special offers are available in your area for items you have marked as "Favourites", the app will tell you the lowest price.

In addition, you can search for products and mark them as favourites.

What is particularly practical about this app is that you always see the cheapest, the most current and the most expensive price. So you quickly develop a feeling whether a product is currently cheap or expensive.

Smart savings with own brands!

Smart savings with own brands!

BILD

For BILD, the price comparator smhaggle did the big check. For this purpose, 20 different brand-name products were compared with the own-brand counterparts of five different supermarket chains - a total of 120 groceries. The result: those who buy own brands instead of branded products pay around 45 percent less at the checkout - almost half the price!

The price spiral continues

The price spiral continues

Handelsblatt

But this is not the end of the price spiral. "We are experiencing an inflationary shock in food retailing," observes Chehab Wahby, consumer expert at the consultancy EY-Parthenon. Not all of the producers' higher costs have reached the supermarket by a long shot, he says. "Only part of the price increases have reached consumers," says Eckhard Heuser, CEO of the Dairy Industry Association. The price comparison Smhaggle has evaluated shelf prices exclusively for the Handelsblatt(...)

How to save 45 per cent at the supermarket - The best apps for shopping

How to save 45 per cent at the supermarket - The best apps for shopping

BILD

For BILD, the price comparator smhaggle did the big check. For this, 20 different brand products were compared with the own-brand counterparts of five different supermarket chains - a total of 120 groceries.

Inflation over seven percent Why food prices will continue to rise

Inflation over seven percent Why food prices will continue to rise

Der Tagesspiegel

"Only part of the price increases have reached consumers," says Eckhard Heuser, Chief Executive of the Dairy Industry Association. The price comparison Smhaggle has evaluated shelf prices for the "Handelsblatt": A litre of fresh whole milk (3.5 per cent) currently costs almost eleven percent more as a private label than at the beginning of the year. Half a pound of butter (private label) is 40 percent more expensive, a kilo of branded wheat flour 20 percent.

Experts: Supermarket price hike is just the beginning

Experts: Supermarket price hike is just the beginning

ntv

Prices for German consumers are rising more strongly than they have in decades. In April, inflation increases yet again. Butter, for example, costs up to 40 percent more than at the beginning of the year. And: experts believe this is just the beginning in supermarkets.

Expensive fertiliser, Ukraine war, drought - food is about to jump in price

Expensive fertiliser, Ukraine war, drought - food is about to jump in price

Handelsblatt

The price comparison Smhaggle has evaluated shelf prices exclusively for Handelsblatt: A litre of fresh whole milk (3.5 per cent) currently costs almost eleven per cent more as a private label than at the beginning of the year. Half a pound of butter (private label) is 40 per cent more expensive, a kilo of branded wheat flour 20 per cent.

 

Saving tips for the weekly shopping

Saving tips for the weekly shopping

SR1

Food prices have been rising for months. Reasons for this include war in Ukraine, high energy prices and problems in the supply chains. Yet there are many ways to save money when shopping: 

For example, offers can be checked via the apps Youpickit, Smhaggle or the supermarkets' apps.

Butter more and more expensive: First branded products over 3 euros

Butter more and more expensive: First branded products over 3 euros

Münchner Merkur

At Edeka, Rewe and Kaufland, Weihenstephan butter already costs 3.39 euros, as data from the price comparison app smhaggle shows. The price for the Meggle product at Edeka and Rewe is 3.09 euros. 

Price increases continue: Why is butter so expensive?

Price increases continue: Why is butter so expensive?

Augsburger Allgemeine

Butter prices have reached unprecedented heights: At Rewe, Edeka and Kaufland, one Weihenstephan butter costs only 3.39 euros. This is according to data from the price comparison app smhaggle. Meggle butter has also cracked the three euro mark.

PRICES RISE, BUT ... Up to 42 % off! Here you can still get beer at mega-cheap prices

PRICES RISE, BUT ... Up to 42 % off! Here you can still get beer at mega-cheap prices

BILD

What a shock! BILD reported: "The price of beer could rise by up to 30 % by the end of the year," warns Stefan Fritsche (55), vice-chairman of the Berlin Brandenburg Brewery Association. But fortunately there is a discount battle going on on the other side by the big supermarket chains, BILD knows.  Beer in special offers is sensationally cheap at the moment. Up to 42 percent cheaper than usual.

ARD Buffet programme from 04.05.2022

ARD Buffet programme from 04.05.2022

ARD

We all notice it, everything is getting more expensive. But you can save money. With the tips we are giving you now: for example, with a brand new app. In our case, we were able to save 600 euros per year.

This Hessian app helps save money

This Hessian app helps save money

HR3

When shopping, we naturally want to save as much money as possible. To do this better, Sven from Idstein has invented the free app "smhaggle". It shows you exactly where in your area which product is currently the cheapest.

"The app takes its info from the fact that users upload their cash register receipts. smhaggle processes the purchase information and in turn makes it available to other users," Sven explains in an hr3 interview, adding, "Every day, smhaggle processes many thousands of cash register receipts and can thus ensure high coverage and up-to-dateness."

The Afternoon YOU FM

The Afternoon YOU FM

YOU FM

Interview with Sven Reuter, CEO smhaggle.

Increased food prices: Will an app help save money in Cuxhaven?

Increased food prices: Will an app help save money in Cuxhaven?

Cuxhavener Nachrichten

Food is getting more expensive, Aldi has just increased its prices - Corona, Ukraine, inflation, in the end the consumer notices it in his wallet. The app Smhaggle now promises to help. With the help of the application, the user is supposed to be able to save significantly when shopping for the week. Is that really the case? A self-experiment.

Tackling inflation

Tackling inflation

Frankfurter Rundschau

Consumers are finding it harder than ever: with 7.3 per cent inflation, Germany has the highest price increase in 40 years. Many are finding it increasingly difficult to finance their purchases and everyday life. But an Idstein-based company wants to help consumers with a new idea. The app "smhaggle" allows consumers to save money while shopping with a variety of options.

Buy cheaper using apps

Buy cheaper using apps

FAS

Apps that are supposed to help save money when shopping therefore sound particularly attractive at this time. Coupies, scondoo and smhaggle are designed to make this possible.

RISING FOOD PRICES: HOW CAN YOU STILL SAVE?

RISING FOOD PRICES: HOW CAN YOU STILL SAVE?

MDR

Rarely have food prices risen so much in such a short time as they have at present. On the other hand, much of what we bought ends up in the rubbish. If you plan your shopping strategically and with foresight and do it without some conveniences, you can save a lot of money every week.

Sunflower oil, yogurt, gummy bears: This app knows where to get these products at the best prices

Sunflower oil, yogurt, gummy bears: This app knows where to get these products at the best prices

CHIP

Supermarket bargains have to be earned. Sometimes you can buy product X at a bargain price in one store, but then you have to go to another supermarket to buy product Y. To find out what's available where and when, you have to dig through advertising brochures in advance. With the app smhaggle this is no longer necessary, it does it for you automatically.

Top 100 Tools & Services Downloads of the Week

Top 100 Tools & Services Downloads of the Week

CHIP

2nd place - CHIP editors say: With smhaggle, you can always find the best prices and deals near you. Usually, although there would be alternatives, you have a supermarket where you always go shopping. With the smhaggle app, you can find out whether it is also the best choice in terms of your shopping habits.

Save money by shopping with this app

Save money by shopping with this app

MDR Jump Radio

The free app smhaggle helps you to get a price overview of all products in the supermarket, discounter or drugstore. So you have all the current special offers in your city at a glance. Leafing through brochures was yesterday. Annika Klink tested the app with the Brisant team.

This is how you can save up to 4000 euros a year!

This is how you can save up to 4000 euros a year!

BILD

This man is Germany's discount king, saving up to 4,000 euros a year with bargains! A lot of it on his weekly shopping trip to the supermarket. BILD visited him and had his shopping tips explained to him in detail.

WHAT IS PARTICULARLY CHEAP WHERE? SAVE ON SHOPPING WITH THIS APP

WHAT IS PARTICULARLY CHEAP WHERE? SAVE ON SHOPPING WITH THIS APP

ARD

Anyone who buys coffee, butter, oil or pasta currently has to pay significantly more for it than just a few months ago. Nevertheless, retailers are constantly surprising customers with lucrative offers that are significantly lower in price than the normally cheaper private labels. The problem is that you have to know which bargains are currently on offer. An app can help: smhaggle.

If you are willing to share your location with the application, it can prove to be a real bargain finder when shopping. Once you have created your shopping list, smhaggle provides information about which products are available at the best prices in which nearby supermarket.

Using the app to beat the price increase

Using the app to beat the price increase

ARD

How the cell phone helps you save money at the supermarket. 

smhaggle is the name of a free app that can be downloaded from the app stores for both Android smartphones and iPhones.

If one is willing to share one's location with the application, it can prove to be a true bargain finder when shopping. Once you have created your shopping list, smhaggle provides information about which products are available at the lowest prices in which nearby supermarket.

Even with inflation: these apps will help you save at the supermarket checkout

Even with inflation: these apps will help you save at the supermarket checkout

shz

Inflation is also driving up food prices at the moment. We show you which apps you can use to save money at the supermarket.

Currently, the best-known app for this is "smhaggle," whose developers promise savings of up to 30 percent on grocery purchases.

Germany, with the highest inflation since World War II, puts European economy at risk

Germany, with the highest inflation since World War II, puts European economy at risk

LA RAZÓN

The Confederation of Consumer Associations, which has a state function in Germany, has called on the government to lower VAT on foodstuffs. Meanwhile, a start-up called "Smhaggle" offers a comparison of food prices in supermarkets to allegedly save "up to 30%" and already has 100,000 users according to its own data.

Food prices: Measures against inflation in the supermarket

Food prices: Measures against inflation in the supermarket

WDR

Food prices are rising. We have compiled tips that everyone can use to relieve their household budget. There are also apps that help you find the best deal, independent of specific suppliers: One example is "smhaggle." Users enter their favorite brands into the app and "smhaggle" shows which supermarket or discount chain is currently offering coffee or other products at the best price.

Everything is getting more expensive - where we can save!

Everything is getting more expensive - where we can save!

Kronenzeitung

If you study supermarket brochures and compare prices, you'll end up saving money. There are already numerous apps that do this for us. According to the developers of the German shopping app "smhaggle," savings of up to 30 percent are possible with this method.

How cheap shopping works

How cheap shopping works

Tagesschau

A quick trip to the discount store after work: This is how Annika Klink from Neu-Isenburg often does it. 18 items, including cream cheese, organic eggs, coffee, water and oat drink, end up in her shopping cart today. This way, the average purchase quickly costs almost 60 euros.

Sven Reuter thinks it can be done more cheaply. He invented the app "Smhaggle" to help find the cheapest offers from supermarkets and discounters.

How to save money in the Supermarket - What experts recommend

How to save money in the Supermarket - What experts recommend

SOL.DE

Saving money while shopping? According to experts, that's certainly possible - if you keep a few things in mind. In addition, it is sometimes worthwhile to compare prices. You can do this, for example, by looking at brochures. Many suppliers also make these available online. Apps like "smhaggle" can compare brochures for you.

These brands in the supermarket have risen particularly in price

These brands in the supermarket have risen particularly in price

Berliner Tageszeitung

The price comparison app smhaggle has compiled a list of products for the Berliner Zeitung that have increased in price at an above-average rate since last year.

Radio hr1 in the afternoon

Radio hr1 in the afternoon

HR1

Interview: What is smhaggle and how does the app work?

Finding ways out of inflation

Finding ways out of inflation

HR3

There is mainly one topic at the moment: inflation. Consumer prices are rising and rising, and most recently there have been price increases in supermarkets and discount stores. How can one escape this? mex shows ways out of inflation, which everyone can implement for themselves and thus really save. The smhaggle app makes it easier to find the best deal at the supermarket.

RTL Punkt 12 - Saving in the supermarket

RTL Punkt 12 - Saving in the supermarket

RTL

With good planning, you can save around 50% when shopping - the APP smhaggle helps.

All favorite products always on special offer

All favorite products always on special offer

RTL

Imagine: All your favorite supermarket products are always on sale! You just need to know where. The APP smhaggle shows you at any time up-to-date where you can buy at the best price.

The best supermarket apps: How to save money on your groceries

The best supermarket apps: How to save money on your groceries

charivari 95.5

You can also save money when shopping with the smhaggle app. You no longer have to check advertising brochures to compare grocery prices - the app does it for you. Simply create a shopping list. The app shows you where the products you want are cheapest in your local supermarket. The app's creators promise that you can save up to 30 per cent on groceries.

Discounters engage in a battle of discounts: How to save the most at the festive season

Discounters engage in a battle of discounts: How to save the most at the festive season

BILD

Now a price battle is suddenly raging among supermarket chains. If you leaf through the current brochures of Aldi, Lidl, Edeka, Rewe and Co. you will find some unprecedented promotional prices. The comparison app Smhaggle found out exclusively for BILD: Products in the Easter ads are reduced by up to 56%.

Supermarket or Discounter?

Supermarket or Discounter?

RTL

Do discount stores deliver what they promise? The big test. And apps like smhaggle can also help you save money.

Price explosion in the supermarket: this is how expensive a week's shopping is now

Price explosion in the supermarket: this is how expensive a week's shopping is now

Mannheim24

If you want to save money on your weekly shopping, you can use various tricks and tips. For example, there is the app Smhaggle, which uses the shopping list to compare prices in the vicinity. Inventor Sven Reuter told Bild: "With offers from advertising brochures, it was possible to save a good 30 per cent recently. However, only about 200 products are reduced each week. By comparison, discounters have an average of 2,500 products."

RTL extra: Price development eggs at Easter 2022

RTL extra: Price development eggs at Easter 2022

RTL

smhaggle shows the price development of floor-raised eggs over the last few years.

Prices for food are rising: This APP shows cheapest products at Aldi, Lidl, Edeka,...

Prices for food are rising: This APP shows cheapest products at Aldi, Lidl, Edeka,...

Frankfurter Rundschau

The app, which is supposed to compare prices for customers, is called "smhaggle." The app's name is said to be a combination of the two words "smart" and "haggle," and in German means something like clever haggling. According to the website, consumers should save an average of 30 percent on grocery purchases.

Aldi and Lidl: App shows cheapest items - but also has disadvantages

Aldi and Lidl: App shows cheapest items - but also has disadvantages

RUHR 24

Due to inflation and the Ukraine war, prices in supermarkets are rising. An app can help consumers filter the cheapest items.

Aldi and Lidl: App shows cheapest food - but also has disadvantages

Aldi and Lidl: App shows cheapest food - but also has disadvantages

fehmarn 24

Due to inflation and the Ukraine war, prices in supermarkets are rising. An app can help consumers filter the cheapest items.

Everyone needs this app: Quickly install before shopping

Everyone needs this app: Quickly install before shopping

CHIP

Supermarket bargains have to be earned. Sometimes you can buy product X at a bargain price in one store, but then you have to go to another supermarket to buy product Y. To find out what's available where and when, you have to dig through advertising brochures in advance. With the app smhaggle this is no longer necessary, it does it for you automatically.

Saving on expensive groceries with price comparison apps: Is it really worth it?

Saving on expensive groceries with price comparison apps: Is it really worth it?

RTL

Shopping is no fun at the moment, because prices are rising. Almost everything is getting more expensive!
Food prices are rising so extremely that low-income earners in particular are having to make severe cutbacks. That makes it all the more important to compare prices. Apps in particular are supposed to help with this. The savings app Smhaggle even promises savings of up to 30% on purchases! The Wolter family from Zülpich tested whether this works and also looked through the good old shopping brochures.

Save on shopping with these 10 tips and apps

Save on shopping with these 10 tips and apps

Bayern 3

It can be worthwhile to take a look at the supermarkets' and discounters' special offers. Especially products that have a long shelf life are good to stock up on. So that you don't have to leaf through all the brochures individually and compare prices, there's the app smhaggle. It works like this: You write your shopping list in the app and it shows you where the products you want are cheapest in your area. Smhaggle promises savings of up to 30 percent, saving households an average of 1,200 euros a year.

Shopping more and more expensive: That's what a weekly shopping at the supermarket now costs

Shopping more and more expensive: That's what a weekly shopping at the supermarket now costs

Echo24

Butter, coffee, oatmeal - many foods have become more expensive. This means that the weekly shopping also costs more money. If you want to save money on your weekly shopping, you can use various tricks and tips*. For example, there is the app Smhaggle, which compares prices in the vicinity based on the shopping list. 

Smart shopping: Offers apps - Top APP: smhaggle

Smart shopping: Offers apps - Top APP: smhaggle

Antenne Thüringen

The name is unusual - but so is the free app :-). A big plus: The app does the work for you - it looks for the best deals for you. When you start the app, you create your shopping list. The app then searches for the prices of your favorite products in the area.

New app "smhaggle": How you can still save money when shopping despite price increases

New app "smhaggle": How you can still save money when shopping despite price increases

Focus

The free app "smhaggle" is currently very popular, because it lets you save money on your shopping - and all without annoying advertising brochures in your mailbox. We'll show you how it works here.

Saving with price comparison apps: Is it really worth it?

Saving with price comparison apps: Is it really worth it?

RTL

It can be worthwhile to take a look at the supermarkets' and discounters' special offers. Especially products that have a long shelf life are good to stock up on. So that you don't have to leaf through all the brochures individually and compare prices, there's the app smhaggle.

Introducing the smhaggle app

Introducing the smhaggle app

Coupons.de

Food prices have been rising significantly for weeks. More and more people are therefore looking for alternatives to save at least a few euros when shopping. A good way to do this is to use special apps that allow you to compare grocery prices. I have therefore taken a closer look at the smhaggle app and also show you what you should pay attention to now more than ever when shopping for groceries.

Price explosion in the supermarket: This is how expensive a week's shopping is now

Price explosion in the supermarket: This is how expensive a week's shopping is now

Mannheim24

Weekly shopping is getting more expensive: This app helps you find the best price. If you want to save money on your weekly shopping, you can use a variety of tricks and tips. For example, there is the app Smhaggle, which compares prices based on a shopping list.

How to save on shopping: How to find cheap groceries and the best deals

How to save on shopping: How to find cheap groceries and the best deals

yahoo!

Aldi, Lidl and Co. are currently turning the price screw. Everything is getting more expensive: sausage, cheese, butter. Saving money while shopping is therefore not so easy - but not impossible either. We tell you how to save money and find the best deals when shopping at the supermarket.

That's how expensive our supermarket purchases are

That's how expensive our supermarket purchases are

TZ

The shock comes at the cash register: the prices for groceries continue to skyrocket. Shelf prices of selected Aldi products, source: smhaggle APP

Inflation: butter, rusks, biscuits - customers now have to pay significantly more for them

Inflation: butter, rusks, biscuits - customers now have to pay significantly more for them

Münchner Merkur

With the supermarket comparison app "smhaggle", Bild.de has found out which foods are subject to the most extreme price increases.

The great RTL extra shopping savings experiment

The great RTL extra shopping savings experiment

RTL

We don't just have to accept the price increases in supermarkets. With the new savings APP smhaggle you can compensate for the price increases.

It's so easy to save money in the supermarket!

It's so easy to save money in the supermarket!

Berliner Morgenpost

After all, comparing helps to save money. You can study the brochures from Aldi, Lidl and Co. The circulars have long been available online for downloading, in case the letterbox ever ran out empty. Apps like smhaggle do the brochure comparison themselves and help to always find the cheapest oat milk.

Inflation: You can still save at Aldi, Lidl and others

Inflation: You can still save at Aldi, Lidl and others

Berliner Zeitung

One way to keep up to date with offers from discounters and supermarkets is to sift through the brochures that regularly find their way into mailboxes. It is easier to directly compare the current prices of the supermarkets. If users enter the region in which they are staying in the app, prices from the supermarkets in the area are displayed. The data comes from the users themselves – if you want to take part, take a picture of your receipt and upload the photo. A cashback system provides an incentive to load receipts into the app. Money is refunded for every voucher that is uploaded.

Inflation: You can still save at Aldi, Lidl and others!

Inflation: You can still save at Aldi, Lidl and others!

WP Westfalenpost

Food prices are rising. How can you save now? Ultimately, comparing products helps. Apps like smhaggle take over the prospect comparison.

This is how you can save money

This is how you can save money

BILD

What is the best and fastest way to save money? Sven Reuter (CEO smhaggle) in an interview with Frank Ochse (BILD-TV)

It is easy to save money at the supermarket

It is easy to save money at the supermarket

OTZ

You can study the print brochures of Aldi, Lidl and Co. Or use apps like smhaggle to compare prices and find the cheapest offer.

SPAR TRICKS - That's what Germany's discount king advises

SPAR TRICKS - That's what Germany's discount king advises

BILD

The "hunting ground" of family man Sven Lucka (38) are: supermarkets and drugstores. “I save an average of 60 percent on a weekly grocery and personal care purchase of normally 100 euros. His absolute hit: photographing receipts and collecting bonuses. It works like this: Apps like Scondoo, Coupies, smhaggle and Marktguru pay out money for certain products.

Will cheap groceries soon be gone?

Will cheap groceries soon be gone?

FAZ

Aldi is raising prices again – and others are following suit. Do supermarket customers have to get used to spiraling prices when they go shopping? The most important questions and answers about inflation and its consequences. smhaggle provides data on the price development of selected branded products.

This is how you can save money on a daily basis

This is how you can save money on a daily basis

BILD

Sven Reuter (54), inventor of the Smhaggle app: "With offers from advertising brochures, a good 30 percent could recently be saved. However, only about 200 products per week are reduced. For comparison: discounters have an average of 2,500 products." Reuters App compares where favorite items are cheapest. In addition, supermarket chains often offer extra discounts in their own apps.

Groceries are also becoming more expensive at discounters: These 5 apps save money when shopping

Groceries are also becoming more expensive at discounters: These 5 apps save money when shopping

CHIP

Studying sales brochures is part of everyday life in many households. This is no longer necessary with the smhaggle app, which does it for you automatically. The makers promise savings of up to 30 percent when shopping for groceries, which should be an average of 1,200 euros per household per year, sounds great at first. Basically, the app is a shopping list with a price comparison function for groceries. This way you can see where in your area you can find the products you want at the cheapest price and can plan your shopping tour. There are also cashback offers.

New shock list: These products are up to 52% more expensive

New shock list: These products are up to 52% more expensive

BILD

Historically expensive: In March, prices were 7.3 percent higher than a year earlier. This is the biggest price explosion in four decades!

The official figures are average values. Where are the price drivers in our everyday life? The supermarket comparison app "smhaggle" determined a new, exclusive shock list."

Can you save?

Can you save?

Die Zeit

Turn off the lights, heat less, don't let anything go to waste - recently this has become an expression of solidarity. Do you know smhaggle? You can see all the brochures that are published in Germany at a glance. What's even better: You can enter where you live and the app will show you the cheapest offers of the day even in your area.

THE TOP 5 SAVING APPS: HOW TO SAVE MONEY

THE TOP 5 SAVING APPS: HOW TO SAVE MONEY

IMTEST FUNKE ONE

To save money when shopping for groceries, you should keep an eye on current offers. Because the old rule that groceries are cheapest in discount stores is no longer true. But instead of leafing through brochures to find offers, you can also use an app like smhaggle: Here you will not only find current bargains, but almost all products - and in which market they are currently particularly cheap.

Inflation in the supermarket is so severe: How the discounters are now turning the price screw

Inflation in the supermarket is so severe: How the discounters are now turning the price screw

Münchner Merkur

This is no longer an abstract concept. Each of us feels them at the supermarket checkout. We see on the bill that the gut feeling "everything is getting more expensive" is actually correct.

smhaggle determined the average shelf prices of exemplary products.

How severe inflation is in the supermarket

How severe inflation is in the supermarket

TZ

On this page we show what that means in concrete terms: average shelf prices of exemplary products that smhaggle determined (as of March 24, 2022)

15 products in price check

15 products in price check

Münchner Merkur

Aldi recently turned the price screw. At Germany's best-known discounter, the goods have become more expensive in rows.

The experts at the price transparency app smhaggle report that almost 500 products are affected.

That's how severe inflation is in the supermarket

That's how severe inflation is in the supermarket

TZ

The tz shows what that means in concrete terms on this double page: average shelf prices of exemplary products that smhaggle determined (as of: 24.03.)

400 products more expensive: This is how Aldi implements the higher prices

400 products more expensive: This is how Aldi implements the higher prices

Schwäbisches Tagblatt

This announcement was a bang for the industry and consumers: Aldi announced on Thursday that it would raise the prices of 400 products. According to Sven Reuter, head of my-value shopping GmbH and the price information app "Smhaggle", this is about a quarter of the range. Other retailers are following suit.

These products are now permanently more expensive

These products are now permanently more expensive

BILD

Because deliveries from Ukraine and Russia fail and workers are missing, food prices continue to race up. Discounter Aldi, for example, has already increased the prices for 150 products.

Not only Aldi is increasing prices

Not only Aldi is increasing prices

SWP

It is the biggest wave of price increases in years: 400 products at Aldi are becoming more expensive. According to Sven Reuter, head of my-value shopping GmbH and the price information app \"Smhaggle\", this is about a quarter of the range.

Inflation: Aldi increases prices of 400 products in Germany

Inflation: Aldi increases prices of 400 products in Germany

Les Echos

Prices are already rising on the shelves of the main German supermarkets, from Metro to Rewe, finds a study carried out by the price comparator Smhaggle on behalf of the daily.

These products are more expensive and in short supply in the supermarket

These products are more expensive and in short supply in the supermarket

Handelsblatt

Fearing rising prices and bottlenecks, consumers hoard the shelves empty. The smhaggle price comparison evaluated selected product groups and their shelf prices for the Handelsblatt.

Germans hoard oil and flour

Germans hoard oil and flour

Handelsblatt

Consumer prices for food and non-alcoholic beverages rose by 5.1 percent in February compared to the previous year, Destatis determined. Currently, the price rally for products with sunflower oil or wheat is particularly clear. On Wednesday, for example, Thomy Pure Sunflower Oil cost an average of 2.79 euros instead of 2.29 euros a year earlier, an increase of 21.8 percent. This was determined by the smhaggle price comparison for the Handelsblatt.

This is how you become a bargain hunter - brochure and APP tricks!

This is how you become a bargain hunter - brochure and APP tricks!

BILD

The "smhaggle" app is a great helper: you can create your own shopping list and the cheapest prices in the area are displayed from the database.

App inventor Sven Reuter (54): "You can get almost any branded product like yoghurt, chocolate and pasta week with a saving of 40 to 50%."

The Germans hoard oil and flour - why the supermarket prices continue to rise

The Germans hoard oil and flour - why the supermarket prices continue to rise

Handelsblatt

It turns out that the war in Ukraine, together with the sanctions against Russia, has thrown global supply chains out of sync within a few weeks, and in some cases even interrupted them. The costs, especially for energy, have skyrocketed. Consumers feel this, but manufacturers and retailers also notice it and are forcing them to take action. smhaggle's analysis shows how shelf prices for branded and private label products have increased over the past year.

Free app makes advertising brochures superfluous

Free app makes advertising brochures superfluous

CHIP

Supermarket bargains need to be earned. Sometimes you can get product X in a shop very cheaply, but then you have to go to another supermarket for product Y. In order to know what is available cheaply and when, one rummages through advertising brochures in advance. This is no longer necessary with the smhaggle app, which does it for you automatically.

With smhaggle you will always find the best prices and offers in your area.

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With this strategy you can save 31% in the supermarket - a special app will help you with that!

With this strategy you can save 31% in the supermarket - a special app will help you with that!

BILD

Inflation at 5.1 percent, a liter of fuel at 2.20 euros or more - because savings are desperately sought. The good news: you can save up to 31 percent every week when shopping in the supermarket. This was determined by the comparison app "smhaggle".

This is how much cooking oil now costs in your supermarket

This is how much cooking oil now costs in your supermarket

BILD

Now that there are gaps on the shelves because of the Ukraine war, it is striking that the prices for cooking oil have also risen sharply in the past few days. The team of the supermarket APP investigated for BILD.

How expensive supermarket shopping is

How expensive supermarket shopping is

SWP

Consumers must be prepared for further increases in prices. An analysis of the price information app "smhaggle" shows the true inflation in retail. But there are ways to save – by up to 30 percent.

Price shock on the shelf: That's how expensive shopping in the supermarket is

Price shock on the shelf: That's how expensive shopping in the supermarket is

SWP

Consumers must be prepared for further increases in prices. An exclusive analysis by price info app "smhaggle" shows the extent of retail inflation in one big overview. But there are ways to save – by up to 30 percent.

SAVE HUNDREDS OF EUROS - The best everyday tricks against the expensive shock

SAVE HUNDREDS OF EUROS - The best everyday tricks against the expensive shock

BILD

Millions of consumers are moaning about the price shock, prices are going up faster than they have in 29 years. And the European Central Bank (ECB) and the government? Don't mind! Tips for smart shopping from Sven Reuter, head of the price information app "smhaggle".

The Big Anti-Expensive Summit at BILD

The Big Anti-Expensive Summit at BILD

BILD

How and where can YOU save energy, for example when shopping, cooking? What does the state have to change? BILD readers can ask their questions at the big anti-expensive summit on Friday from 10am to 12pm Among others with the price expert Sven Reuter (CEO of the price info app smhaggle): 01802 00 2903

Detergent shock! 22.5% more expensive in one year

Detergent shock! 22.5% more expensive in one year

BILD

The price info app “smhaggle” compared the regular shelf prices from now and a year ago for BILD. Summary: The price of four of the 15 products rose by up to 22 percent. The “Spee Megaperls” were at the top (plus 22.5 percent), the rest remained unchanged.

The smhaggle APP in comparison to classic brochures

The smhaggle APP in comparison to classic brochures

RTL

The APP smhaggle wants to be a good savings aid when shopping - savings of up to 30% are possible!

Price Shock!

Price Shock!

TZ

The specialists of the "smhaggle" price app have evaluated data from receipts and internet portals.

The prices are increasing at an alarming rate

The prices are increasing at an alarming rate

Münchner Merkur

Munich – Nobody is happy about this record! Inflation is at its highest level in decades. The prices for food, fuel & Co. are rising and rising - and there is no end in sight. An example: According to a price analysis by the price info app – smhaggle, spreadable Meggle butter normally cost 1.79 euros in January 2021...

Top 10 Expensive Products - How much you really have to pay more

Top 10 Expensive Products - How much you really have to pay more

BILD

The Federal Statistical Office says: food has become six percent more expensive within a year. But which products specifically? BILD exclusively has the top 10 expensive list of the best-selling supermarket items (January 2022 to January 2021, the cheapest shelf price in each case, no special offer prices).

Source: price comparison service "smhaggle"

UP 44.7% IN ONE YEAR - These 20 supermarket items have gotten really expensive

UP 44.7% IN ONE YEAR - These 20 supermarket items have gotten really expensive

BILD

The Federal Statistical Office says: food has become six percent more expensive within a year. But which products specifically? BILD exclusively has the top 20 expensive list of the best-selling supermarket items. The price comparison (January 2021 to January 2022) shows: It went up to 44.7 percent!

Source: price comparison service "smhaggle"

Clever Trick: What's really behind the Christmas advertising from Edeka, Aldi and Penny

Clever Trick: What's really behind the Christmas advertising from Edeka, Aldi and Penny

CHIP

A raindrop that cannot turn into a snowflake due to climate change and a tram driver who has to work at Christmas. Aldi, Edeka and Penny press hard on the tear gland with their commercials for the festival. In doing so, they concentrate on the major social issues of our time and follow a clear calculation.

Retail defies inflation trend

Retail defies inflation trend

Lebensmittelzeitung

With the most aggressive promotional prices of the year, retailers are fighting for customers before Christmas. While branded items are offered at exceptionally low prices, many shelf prices are rising at the same time. The offers are intended to help push the discussion about inflation into the background.

Christmas-Chocolate up to 10% more expensive at Christmas

Christmas-Chocolate up to 10% more expensive at Christmas

BILD

Inflation under the Christmas tree, not just for gifts!

According to a survey by the Internet price comparison company "smhaggle", for example, Lindt's chocolate Santa Claus (125 g) costs EUR 3.89. This is 5.42 percent more than in 2020. The 110 gram Santa Claus from Kinder-Schokolade costs 2.19 instead of 1.99 euros (plus 10.5%).

Chocolate up to 10% more expensive at Christmas

Chocolate up to 10% more expensive at Christmas

BILD

Inflation under the Christmas tree: Not only gifts at Christmas have become more expensive. The price of classic Christmas articles have also increased significantly. This was the result of a query by the “smhaggle” price comparison app: For BILD, the company compared the current prices of real Christmas articles with those a year ago for the first time. Result: On average, pastries and sweets are 6.48 percent more expensive!

Same content, lower price: save 45% with these house brands

Same content, lower price: save 45% with these house brands

BILD

How do I save money now in the expensive winter in the supermarket? "Own-brand products are on average 45% cheaper than the corresponding brand product, says Sven Reuter (53), founder of the Internet APP smhaggle.

Save money with your smartphone

Save money with your smartphone

SWP

The app "smhaggle" helps to compare grocery prices. The numbers are remarkable and are set to grow even further. The app has saved prices for 360,000 products and the ten largest retailers, including Aldi, Lidl, Rewe, Edeka und Kaufland are represented.

Price comparison app "smhaggle": With this app you will get groceries significantly cheaper

Price comparison app "smhaggle": With this app you will get groceries significantly cheaper

SWP

Who doesn't want to find a bargain in the current inflation? This is exactly what a new app promises. How does it work and how much can you save? Are there any concerns?

Top 100 Tools & Services: Downloads of the week (Android)

Top 100 Tools & Services: Downloads of the week (Android)

CHIP

The CHIP editorial team says: With smhaggle, you'll always find the best prices and deals nearby.

CHIP rating: Good

Top 100 Tools & Dienste Downloads der Woche (IOS)

Top 100 Tools & Dienste Downloads der Woche (IOS)

CHIP

The CHIP editorial team says: smhaggle is the best guide on your iOS device to find good prices and deals in your area.

CHIP rating: Good

Retail is fighting for its price image

Retail is fighting for its price image

Lebensmittelzeitung

Grocery retailers are setting new price floors in the promotional business with brands. The top offers are intended to boost Christmas sales and at the same time take the wind out of the sails of the emerging discussion of inflation.

Tackle inflation. smhaggle app helps consumers buy groceries cheaper

Tackle inflation. smhaggle app helps consumers buy groceries cheaper

openPR

"Grocery shopping doesn't have to be expensive, despite inflation" says Sven Reuter founder and CEO of my-valueshopping GmbH, who operates the value shopping app smhaggle."

The Bild Horror Price Explosion List!

The Bild Horror Price Explosion List!

BILD

Analysts from the savings app "smhaggle" evaluated tens of thousands of shelf prices (meaning regular prices, not special offers) from Germany's ten largest grocery retailers for BILD - from last year to today."

More transparency in the supermarket: This app wants to revolutionize grocery shopping

More transparency in the supermarket: This app wants to revolutionize grocery shopping

Watson

The developers of smhaggle want to turn the market upside down: customers should not have to wait until they get to the supermarket to make a purchase decision but should be able to do so in advance based on available supply and price transparency...

The Secret Cost of Milka Chocolate

The Secret Cost of Milka Chocolate

BILD

Analysts from the savings app "smhaggle" evaluated tens of thousands of shelf prices (meaning regular prices, not special offers) from Germany's ten largest grocery retailers for BILD - from last year to today.

The Horror List of Price Explosion!

The Horror List of Price Explosion!

BILD

Analysts from the savings app "smhaggle" evaluated tens of thousands of shelf prices (meaning regular prices, not special offers) from Germany's ten largest grocery retailers for BILD - from last year to today."

smhaggle promises price transparency

smhaggle promises price transparency

Lebensmittelzeitung

Several companies have already failed with price comparison apps that focus on the food retail sector. Now My-Valueshopping is going for it with its database-driven real-time app "smhaggle". This time, it seems like it could be a success.