Do you stand in the supermarket wondering which of deals available for a single product is the best value for money but are unsure about how to work it out? If Yes then this App is for you. Just enter the details of the deals into this App and it will tell you which products gives the most for your hard earned cash. Supermarkets tempt you in with their deals but don't make it easy to compare them with the other options available within the store let alone with other shops. A special offer is not always the best option, the bigger pack is not always better than the small and the basic range may be such a good deal compared to the other ranges that you may decide to buy it even though it is not of the same quality.
You can compare differing pack sizes and still get an answer. The larger pack may not be the best deal; buying multiple small ones may be.
You don't even have to be in the supermarket to use this App you can be sat at home checking the various supermarket websites for their deals against each other and using this information to visit one supermarket over another.
The App needs 3 sets of information for each deal: 1) The amount of packs and their size that you will be getting from the deal, 2) The amount of packs that have to be paid for and their price, and 3) the quality of the product and strength of the product. Supply this information for 2 or more deals and the App generates a score for each telling you which one is the best. The first information is used to determine the total quantity of goods you are getting, the second information is used to determine the total cost of those goods.
The quality value allows you to indicate that one product is better than another, basic over standard, best over standard and free-range over best maybe. You decide on the quality value to use for each Deal or just leave it as the default 100%.
The strength value is used when comparing single strength products against double strength or differing strength beers and wines.
All deals are saved so they can be used again. If the deal changes slightly then you can edit the deal to reflect that change.