Five Mystery Shoppers needed to review a supermarket of their choice with £150 each
Testers Keepers is looking for five volunteers to become our latest Mystery Shoppers, each with £150 to spend at the supermarket of their choice.
So whether you prefer the popular discount chains like Lidl or Aldi or favour the more expensive supermarkets such as Waitrose and Marks & Spencer we want five Mystery Shoppers to report back on the quality, price and range of products available, the layout and ease of use of the store and the friendliness and service levels of the staff.
We would like feedback about the range, price and quality of your chosen supermarket's meat, fish, dairy, fruit & veg and bread. Does the supermarket just sell the usual things or do they offer unusual cuts of meat, interesting types of bread or exotic fruit for instance?
How keenly priced are brand name washing powders, detergents and toiletries? Does the supermarket offer a range of quality own-brand products that save you money?
Supermarkets these days don't just sell groceries, so what other products do they stock? Clothes, CDs and DVDs, furniture, electronic products and household goods are all popular lines but how does the quality and price compare to other high street stores?
There's nothing worse than a badly organised or badly run supermarket. How well is your chosen supermarket laid out, are the products logically positioned and easy to access? And what about the staff, are they happy to help with a smile?
Of course there are plenty of supermarkets you can choose from. In addition to those mentioned above, you could select Asda, Sainsbury's Tesco, Morrisons or Iceland or even one of the smaller local chains.
If you would like to be one of our five supermarket Mystery Shoppers with £150 to spend make sure you apply before September 30th. We will select the Mystery Shoppers shortly after the closing date.