An East Renfrewshire convenience store will be rolling back five household favourites to their 1966 prices to celebrate the launch of this year's FIFA World Cup.

Grocery delivery platform Snappy Shopper has teamed up with several local retailers to help football fans enjoy the home delights of a World Cup despite the cost-of-living crisis.

The products have been rolled back to their 1966 prices as a homage to England’s World Cup win that year.

Keystore Thornliebank is one of many stores across the country taking part in the three-day event this week.

The initiative, which is running from Tuesday to Thursday, will see big savings on these football-accompanying favourites purchased via the Snappy Shopper app:

  • Doritos 180g Share Bag: 7p (normally £2.19)
  • Pepsi Max/ Coke Zero 2L: 8p (normally £1.99)
  • Cadbury Share Bar: 6p (normally £1.25)
  • Maynards Sports Mix: 5p (normally £1)
  • Club Biscuits 6 pack: 6p (normally £1.25)

David Stewart, operations controller at Snappy Shopper, said: "In the face of a cost-of-living crisis, we don’t want our loyal customers to miss out on the joys of a World Cup. 

"Supporting local retailers and the communities they serve is what Snappy Shopper is all about. 

"We're proud to work with retailers to support people as they get together this winter, making memories watching the World Cup unfold."