educogym Moorgate explain why Inner city TESCO stores are driving their customers bananas
The price of a single banana is more than doubled in some inner city TESCO stores compared to prices elsewhere – customers aren't happy – educogym Moorgate look into the price difference.
The price of a banana online shows to be 14p, however charges in city branches are seen on receipts shown on social media to be 25p, the price gap is said to be due to more expensive leases in central locations. "Obviously the closer to a main city you are, the more expensive the rent and leases are on a building, which means somehow the company or store in that building need to cover expenses or the store or business simply won't work as it won't make enough profit to cover all of the business expenses, however many customers don't feel this entitles such a big price difference on such a small item" discussed Godfrey nurse, educogym Moorgate personal trainer.
So is it just bananas making everyone go bananas? "There is a TESCO in Liverpool Street that we regularly use at educogym Moorgate as it is just a few minutes walk, and I can't say I have ever noticed a pricing issue, however I think the main issue for customers is what else is at a higher price and how much money could I be wasting every day" stated Sanj Bains, educogym Moorgate personal trainer.
It is a premium that has to be added to ensure the running of a more expensive store, however many aren't happy about the large premium. What do you think? Get in touch with educogym Moorgate and let us know!