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High-speed shopping

Nicki Stacey (right) zoomed through the aisles, racking up $647.45 worth of groceries in three minutes. Warwick Supa IGA co-owner Tracy Smith swiped her items through the register.
Nicki Stacey (right) zoomed through the aisles, racking up $647.45 worth of groceries in three minutes. Warwick Supa IGA co-owner Tracy Smith swiped her items through the register. Georja Ryan

THREE minutes: The pressure's on. You sprint as if you're running for your life.

Two minutes: All strategies go out the window. You just grab and run.

One minute: You're working up a sweat. It's the last leg.

Five seconds: You fling the trolley down the aisle, scooping products from the shelves.

Time's up: Relief. You have a trolley full of groceries that's all yours.

This could be you, with the Supa IGA Warwick three-minute Grocery Grab competition on again, starting today, giving you the chance to test your grocery grabbing skills in the aisles of the Supa IGA store.

All you have to do is attach three Daily News mastheads to your Supa IGA Warwick receipt of more than $100 and drop it into the store or the Daily News office.

The competition runs until Monday, August 6.

So if you're keen to see what you can grab in three minutes and blitz previous winner Nicki Stacey's record of $647.45, join in.

Topics:  shopping supa iga warwick



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