[Infographic] Which Supermarket is the Cheapest: NTUC, Sheng Siong or Redmart?

Jehanne Teo

Jehanne Teo

Last updated 28 September, 2015
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We pitted three supermarkets to find out where you can get the cheapest groceries in Singapore.

Well, forget about Cold Storage or Marketplace by Jasons if you're planning to save money on your weekly grocery shopping. Your friendly neighbourhood supermarket is sufficient enough for getting the majority of necessities.

With NTUC Fairprice and Sheng Siong supermarket branches popping up all over the country and online groceries like Redmart delivering to most places in Singapore, you don't have to travel far (or at all) to get your groceries. But which offers the cheapest goods? And does it save you a lot of money?

See Also: Which Online Supermarket is the Cheapest in Singapore?

We did our shopping, gathered information and put them in one nifty infographic below:


Whilst Sheng Siong had the cheapest total price, it doesn't offer the cheapest price for everything. If you're looking for something specific, say sugar or tissue paper, you're better off at NTUC Fairprice. And because Redmart is not that much more expensive, you might want to use its services if you're buying heavier items and get them delivered to your home.

Try to take advantage of their credit card partner promotions though. It can help you shave dollars off your weekly spend. But always remember to look out for the fine print.

Use a credit card like the POSB Everyday Card to save even more at your favourite supermarket. You can compare cashback credit cards at SingSaver.com.sg.

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Starting out as a lifestyle writer, Jehanne currently writes for SingSaver.com.sg about saving money in everyday situations.


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