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£10 off a £60.00 grocery shop @ ASDA

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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
Just a heads up. Starting next week ASDA will be offering £10 off a £60 online shop. Not sure if this includes ASDA Direct but the promotion will be running on grocery shopping.

I know other supermarkets offer similar deals, but thought this would be useful to anyone who already uses ASDA home shopping.


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Heat just for the pic :-)
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kneale81
Spam, unless you provide proof - if it involves a code then you've posted it in the wrong section anyway.


Somebody missus slept wearing jeans...
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catswhiskers
My perception of ASDA is it's in the main frequented by young mums with too many children who cannot cook ( the mums not the children ) and hence there reliance on cheap packaged food and so called meal solutions. There's no fresh meat counter at our local ASDA but there is a fish one which seems to be by past by all but the odd customer probably preferring to buy their fish as mashed up left overs, shaped into sticks, and covered in bread crumbs....


Your 'perception' is less observation and more plain ignorance.
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red23
how could anyone buy £70 of food from asda?

the majority of their food is utter garbage


PS. They don't just sell food. People do use cleaning products and toiletries and bin bags and medicines and toilet roll and cooking products and bathroom accessories and and and...
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red23
how could anyone buy £70 of food from asda?

the majority of their food is utter garbage


ehh?! They have fruit,veg,toiletries,booze,pet stuff,baby stuff,fresh meat ,frozen stuff and all the other stuff that people/families Spend £70 on....hell when my little girl was a baby I couldve spent £70 on nappies and powdered baby milk.

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62 Likes #1
Heat just for the pic :-)
1 Like #2
Good find
6 Likes #3
Spam, unless you provide proof - if it involves a code then you've posted it in the wrong section anyway.
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kneale81
Spam, unless you provide proof - if it involves a code then you've posted it in the wrong section anyway.


Somebody missus slept wearing jeans...
#5
£12 off £60 / £5.50 off £25 spend at Quidco now

Edited By: Whammerhead on Jul 09, 2014 23:57
2 Likes #6
What petrolhead said. Heat.
#7
Whammerhead
£12 off £60 / £5.50 off £25 spend at Quidco now


Quidco is a rip.
11 Likes #8
how could anyone buy £70 of food from asda?

the majority of their food is utter garbage


Edited By: red23 on Jul 10, 2014 00:11
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Heat just for the pic
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red23
how could anyone buy £70 of food from asda?

the majority of their food is utter garbage


Larger families, buuuuhhh
30 Likes #11
red23
how could anyone buy £70 of food from asda?

the majority of their food is utter garbage


PS. They don't just sell food. People do use cleaning products and toiletries and bin bags and medicines and toilet roll and cooking products and bathroom accessories and and and...
2 Likes #12
is this for existing customers or new?
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red23
how could anyone buy £70 of food from asda?

the majority of their food is utter garbage


ehh?! They have fruit,veg,toiletries,booze,pet stuff,baby stuff,fresh meat ,frozen stuff and all the other stuff that people/families Spend £70 on....hell when my little girl was a baby I couldve spent £70 on nappies and powdered baby milk.
#14
Does anyone know which words make up the acronym ASDA?
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£20 off £60 spend at Sainsburys with code AFFVC2X72. Expires 20th July. 36 bottles of Staropramen (660ml) for £40 excl del or if you want to eat, food I guess

'New' customers

Edited By: Whammerhead on Jul 10, 2014 00:31
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topgeezah
Does anyone know which words make up the acronym ASDA?

Associated dairies or something odd like that

Edited By: Holly1985 on Jul 10, 2014 00:33
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Pic is a classic here have some heat!
#18
Is this site provided by the big supermarkets
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Whammerhead
£20 off £60 spend at Sainsburys with code AFFVC2X72. Expires 20th July. 36 bottles of Staropramen (660ml) for £40 excl del or if you want to eat, food I guess

'New' customers


many thx need some vino xx
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topgeezah
Does anyone know which words make up the acronym ASDA?

Yes
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Holly1985
topgeezah
Does anyone know which words make up the acronym ASDA?

Associated dairies or something odd like that

Not quite correct, but not far off.
5 Likes #22
from Wikipedia - Asda Stores Limited was founded as Associated Dairies & Farm Stores Limited in 1949 in Leeds. The adoption of the Asda name occurred in 1965 with the merger of the Asquith chain of three supermarkets and Associated Dairies; Asda is an abbreviation of Asquith and Dairies, often capitalised.

Edited By: Lou Scotland on Jul 10, 2014 00:51
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kingdonghunglong
Is this site provided by the big supermarkets

No.
1 Like #24
Shopped there for years, nothing wrong with Asda. Like pretty much all their own brand stuff.


Edited By: David23 on Jul 10, 2014 01:15
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kingdonghunglong
Is this site provided by the big supermarkets

Welcome to HUKD

Don't forget to pop back to find out the answer to your question. (_;)
#26
good idea since staffs are so rude in store! .i just need to find £60.00 worth of crap from Asda which is not hard as that is what asda stocked. do not like shopping there as qualify of food is crap and the service always been horrible, only go there if very good special offer on branded stuffs.
#27
Damn right staff are rude there!
#28
Whammerhead
£20 off £60 spend at Sainsburys with code AFFVC2X72. Expires 20th July. 36 bottles of Staropramen (660ml) for £40 excl del or if you want to eat, food I guess

'New' customers

Many Thanks, Great offer.
#29
hot... For the picture!
#30
Good find asda don't give nout away :)
3 Likes #31
My perception of ASDA is it's in the main frequented by young mums with too many children who cannot cook ( the mums not the children ) and hence there reliance on cheap packaged food and so called meal solutions. There's no fresh meat counter at our local ASDA but there is a fish one which seems to be by past by all but the odd customer probably preferring to buy their fish as mashed up left overs, shaped into sticks, and covered in bread crumbs....
1 Like #32
And that's why i don't wanna be a delivery driver lol seriously i;ve seen the country roads where people live and some places i've driven lesuirely have scared me, towards buxton around the hills and cliffs, yea i'll call em cliffs because it's not telly tubby land.
6 Likes #33
wow so much hate for asda. my local has friendly staff, a meat counter and a fish counter. i find theres not much difference between each supermarket brand. you just get used to something. ive had stuff delivered to home and store from asda direct and had no probs.
#34
Thanks for the heads up!
1 Like #35
Nothing wrong with asda apart from the other shoppers!

£116 physical shopping spend yesterday which would've been more for less items at tesco or morrisons

Don't trust online shop(all of them) as idiots all get order wrong on delivery..
3 Likes #36
Me an my brutha allus shop at Asda...people moaning about it just gits our goats..http://www.untoldentertainment.com/blog/img/2009_03_05/inbred.jpg
1 Like #37
Nothing wrong with asda however the 'fresh' meat is pumped with water to increase cost. Fish counter is decent price vs morrisons
#38
great pic
#39
Decent deal for those who want to do a full shop unlike in aldi or lidl with the poor customer service and over rated products.A visit to the dentist would be more fun.Cant complain for a tenner.
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terminata
Damn right staff are rude there!

You obviously haven't visited the Asda Leith store in Edinburgh. The staff are all, without exception, polite, helpful, cheerful and very, very nice. They actually make shopping a pleasure from the management down to the trolley pushers.

(Oh, and no - I don't work for Asda or have any connection! :) )

Edited By: Lou Scotland on Jul 10, 2014 08:09

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