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The perfect picnic in a bag for just $11 is the pick of this week’s bargains as spring fever hits Australian supermarkets with some great sun-filled deals.

Coles offers shoppers the sensational $11 roast chook and a 1.25 liter bottle of Coke to kick-start your al fresco weekend catching up with friends at the park.

And there are more flavors of summer deals elsewhere on the supermarket aisles, with pineapples for just $2.80 at Coles, blueberries $3.98 for a 250g tub at Aldi and bananas $2.50 a kilo at Woolworths.

Consumer group BigGrocerySaver has done the hard work for you, analyzing all the catalogs of the major supermarkets to let you know the best deals.

The perfect picnic in a bag for just $11 is the pick of this week’s bargains as spring fever hits Australian supermarkets with some great sun-filled deals (pictured, a family enjoying a picnic)

Coles is offering a $11 chook and coke combo

The $11 chook and coke combo is the perfect picnic in a bag

Coles offers shoppers the sensational $11 roast chook and a 1.25 liter bottle of Coke to kick-start your al fresco weekend catching up with friends at the park

They’re also highlighting specials — including Woolies’ half-price bargain on Oral B electric toothbrushes this week, with prices slashed from the usual $100 to $50.

Woolworths also offers half-price makeup from major brands Rimmel, Maybelline, and Revlon, plus $2 Tim Tams and $4.25 for 2 gallons of ice cream.

Aldi’s famous midweek specials this week include aisle Indian food plus a $40 samosa maker, a 7-quart steam fryer for $149, and three saucepans for just $50.

Specials from Coles include 575g boxes of Weet Bix for just $1.90, Bam for $3 and four Handee Ultra paper towel rolls for $2.75, as well as bacon for $3.50 per 250g.

There are more summer offers in the supermarket aisles, with pineapples for just $2.80 at Coles and bananas for $2.50 a kilo at Woolworths

There are more summer offers in the supermarket aisles, with pineapples for just $2.80 at Coles and bananas for $2.50 a kilo at Woolworths

This week's specials include Woolies' half-price bargain on Oral B electric toothbrushes this week, with prices reduced from the usual $100 to $50.

This week’s specials include Woolies’ half-price bargain on Oral B electric toothbrushes this week, with prices reduced from the usual $100 to $50.

All deals will go live when stores open Wednesday, but BigGrocerySaver says shoppers can maximize their savings by being smarter about when they reach the stores.

While supermarkets don’t have cheap days, campaign manager Joel Gibson said consumers would face less competition if they shop early in the week or after hours.

“Prices don’t change every day, but there are fewer crowds on Mondays and Tuesdays, and you sometimes get end-of-day discounts in stock if you shop in the evening,” he told Daily Mail Australia.

Gibson, the author of Kill Bills, said supermarkets tried to clear out perishable items overnight and launched new specials on Wednesdays, when they all distributed their new catalogs with the latest weekly deals.

German low-cost supermarket chain Aldi has blueberries for $3.98 for a 250g tray, as well as Indian food-themed specials such as a samosa maker for $40

German low-cost supermarket chain Aldi has blueberries for $3.98 for a 250g tray, as well as Indian food-themed specials such as a samosa maker for $40

Special offers from Coles include 575g boxes of Weet Bix for just $1.90 for $3, and four Handee Ultra paper towel rolls for $2.75, as well as bacon for $3.50 per 250g

Special offers from Coles include 575g boxes of Weet Bix for just $1.90 for $3, and four Handee Ultra paper towel rolls for $2.75, as well as bacon for $3.50 per 250g

While you might miss out on the new specials, you can buy more than stock for even fewer items.

BigGrocerySaver also surveyed this week’s price of a basket of 31 essential items to find out which supermarket came out on top this week.

BigGrocerySaver also surveyed this week's price of a basket of 31 essential items to find out which supermarket came out on top this week.

BigGrocerySaver also surveyed this week’s price of a basket of 31 essential items to find out which supermarket came out on top this week.

Aldi was cheapest or equally cheap in 16 categories, including tissues, eggs, sausages and toilet paper

Aldi was cheapest or equally cheap in 16 categories, including tissues, eggs, sausages and toilet paper

The German chain Aldi, which came to Australia in 2001, was cheapest or even cheapest in 16 categories, including tissues, eggs, sausages and toilet paper.

Coles was cheapest (or even cheapest) in 10 categories, as was Woolworths, the survey found.

BigGrocerySaver is part of OneBigSwitch.com.au, a consumer network of 1.2 million Australians that negotiates special deals and sends money-saving tips weekly.

Coles was cheapest (or even cheapest) in 10 categories, such as 5 kg of rice for only $8

Coles was cheapest (or even cheapest) in 10 categories, such as 5 kg of rice for only $8

Woolies was also the cheapest (or even cheapest) in 10 categories, such as 500g Lavazza coffee for $8

Woolies was also the cheapest (or even cheapest) in 10 categories, such as 500g Lavazza coffee for $8

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