Sainsbury’s is Introducing Tables for Talking to Strangers

Loneliness is becoming a serious problem in our society, and Sainsbury's has decided the solution is talking to randoms at the supermarket. Read More >>

Lego Create The World Trading Cards Are Now Available in Sainsbury’s

Last week, we reported that Sainsbury's was going to be bringing back the Lego Create the World trading cards. As of today, they're now available in stores. This time, the collection is called 'Create the World: Incredible Inventions'. Read More >>

Sainsbury’s is Bringing Back Those Lego Trading Cards You Saw, but Never Bought

Years ago, I remember supermarkets would give out school vouchers for every £5-£10 you spent in store. Apparently they still do that, but last year Saisnbruy's also started offering packs of Lego-themed trading cards as well. Spend £10 for four, £35 for two, or buy packs for 50p. Apparently those cards were a success, because they're being brought back this year too. Read More >>

Sainsbury’s is Completely Killing Off its Digital Entertainment Business

Following in the footsteps of Tesco, Sainsbury’s is set to shutter its digital entertainment operations, which you may or may not know as Entertainment on Demand. Read More >>

Sainsbury’s Tests One-hour Food Deliveries to Pocket of Impatient Londoners

Sainsbury's is having a go at moving into Amazon territory with the trial of a new superfast grocery delivery service, and is testing its standalone Chop Chop express home shopping scheme right now in the london borough of Wandsworth. Read More >>

Sainsbury’s Hopes its £1.3bn Argos Takeover Turns it Into an Amazon Rival

Transfer deadline day may be over, but the real juicy business has just got underway. Sainsbury’s has had a preliminary £1.3 billion offer for Argos owner Home Retail Group accepted, and now has until 5pm on February 23rd to make a firm bid. Read More >>

The Sun Sets on Mobile by Sainsbury’s, Taking Some Lovely Cheap Deals With it

Mobile by Sainsbury’s is being killed off. To many of you, this will be like hearing that the TV show you never knew existed is gearing up for its grand finale, but it’s still a big deal. The supermarket, which relied on Vodafone’s infrastructure for its mobile network, has announced that talks between the two companies have broken down, and that the service will close down on 15 January. Read More >>

Sainsbury’s Launches Digital/App Magazine Sub Service

The entertainment bit of supermarket giant Sainsbury's has a new thing to tempt you with today, launching an on-demand magazine shop along with Android and iOS apps to give you yet another way to express shock that Oh My Vlog! is a real magazine. Read More >>

Pay for Shopping at Asda and Sainsbury’s With Your Phone in 2015

With Apple Pay lurking just over the horizon, waiting to devour a bourgeoning mobile payments market, time is running out for smaller mobile money managers to gain a steady footing. Mobile payment platform Zapp has sured up its defences today, announcing that a number of leading UK retailers will use its technology from 2015 to process payments. Read More >>

Sainsbury’s Food Rescue Uses Google Voice Tech to Curb Wastage

A carrot, two slices of bread, a little milk and some onions are sitting at the back of your fridge. You see future compost, just days away from the bin, but Sainsbury's new Food Rescue tool sees tonight's dinner, and is ready to show you how to make it so. Read More >>

Lidl Replacing Checkout Counter Sweets With Dreaded Oatcakes

Hold out a Double Decker in front of me and a bag of dried fruit, and I'll eat the chocolate and the hand that was holding it over the withered, mummified berries every time. Lidl, what have you done? Read More >>

Sainsbury’s Bananas in “Death Spiders” PR Crisis

A London family was ordered to run out of their home by a pest control team, after a batch of deadly spiders crawled out of their bunch of Sainsbury's bananas. Read More >>

Ready to Pay the Annual FIFA Tax? Cheapest Places to Buy FIFA 14

You've had the pleasure of playing FIFA 14 on your iOS and Android devices absolutely free for the past few days, but you're going to have to cough up the cash if you're looking to nab a copy of the Xbox 360 or PS3 versions. On sale today, we've hunted down the cheapest UK high street deals (and a handful of prices from the biggest online names too) to help you keep some cash in your pocket this weekend. Read More >>

Sainsbury’s Own-Brand Mobile Network Now Live

The new spin-off mobile venture built by Sainsbury's and Vodafone is now live, with users able to buy a range of mobiles and SIMs in-store and online. The PAYG phone line up is a bit crappy, though, offering a range of entry level phones most charitably described as "affordable" at the moment -- but the SIM deals are pretty nice. And you get Nectar points on everything. [Mobile by Sainsbury's] Read More >>

Sainsbury’s Checkout Assistant Rages Against Rude Phone-Using Shoppers

A Sainsbury's till worker flipped her lid at a customer in London recently, refusing to scan a lady's shopping until she stopped blabbing away on her mobile phone. Read More >>