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Asda delivery from 19/8 - 30/8 reduced to £2.50

munchingmilo Avatar
7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
I have just gone on to the Asda site to book my order for next week and it is showing all the slots from 19/8 until 30/8 as £2.50. I've not seen any information about this so unsure if it is an error.
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#1
we buy online food from asda once a month and we always manage to find voucher codes for free delivery (normally on this site)
#2
I saw this last night while I was setting up an order using a free delivery code (hence I went ahead and went with towmorrow normally £5.50). Great price for delivery if you don't want to get the order over £75.00.
#3
ASDA con artists.....

They SUCK. :x
banned#4
kpmatthews;6014635
we buy online food from asda once a month and we always manage to find voucher codes for free delivery (normally on this site)

+1
talkshop;6015461
ASDA con artists.....

They SUCK. :x


nice constructive nonsense! :whistling:
#5
robovski
I saw this last night while I was setting up an order using a free delivery code (hence I went ahead and went with towmorrow normally £5.50). Great price for delivery if you don't want to get the order over £75.00.


I think you get ASDA free delivery vouchers for orders over £50
banned#6
nixforfun;6015739
I think you get ASDA free delivery vouchers for orders over £50

yep - I did on wednesday
#7
It's been ages since i've found a working Asda free delivery code, they seem to be rarer than hens teeth now.

Booked a delivery yesterday for today too damn it lol

Never mind - good find, hope it's not an error as I will benefit next week instead :)
banned#8
Fraggs;6016665
It's been ages since i've found a working Asda free delivery code, they seem to be rarer than hens teeth now.

Booked a delivery yesterday for today too damn it lol

Never mind - good find, hope it's not an error as I will benefit next week instead :)

:w00t: there are at least 4 on here if you search
#9
csiman
:w00t: there are at least 4 on here if you search


The trouble is if you shop weekly as I do, you've more than likely used them already
banned#10
munchingmilo;6017508
The trouble is if you shop weekly as I do, you've more than likely used them already

fair dos :thumbsup:
banned#11
munchingmilo;6017508
The trouble is if you shop weekly as I do, you've more than likely used them already

fair dos :thumbsup:

I tend to vary my weekly delivery orders between tescos / ocado / asda / sainsburys and strictly stick to BOGOF only or ultra bargains (and buy in bulk)

saves an absolute fortune

saved £300 on tinned tomatoes believe it or not (400 napolina chopped / whole tommies @ 22p per can 18 months ago - now 99p per can! :w00t:)
#12
:thumbsup: Wow you sound very organised, with a lot of storage space!!
#13
munchingmilo
:thumbsup: Wow you sound very organised, with a lot of storage space!!


The thing is now that interest rates are so poor and any other short term investments are so risky then the best returns on short/mid term investments (under £1000) is to do just that and buy lots of non-perishable heavily reduced items from supermarkets (items that you use a fair amount of) tins are ideal as are dishwasher tablets and nappies if you have babies and font use reusable ones.

This strategy will make you a lot more money then any other current low value investment and it is of course totally risk free.
#14
I can only get Asda and Tesco to deliver to my home, and Tesco vouchers have been let us say problematic in the last year, so I've only been using the Asda vouchers. There aren't so many codes about if you do your shopping regularly this way.
#15
munchingmilo
The trouble is if you shop weekly as I do, you've more than likely used them already


Spot on :thumbsup:
#16
csiman
fair dos :thumbsup:

I tend to vary my weekly delivery orders between tescos / ocado / asda / sainsburys and strictly stick to BOGOF only or ultra bargains (and buy in bulk)

saves an absolute fortune

saved £300 on tinned tomatoes believe it or not (400 napolina chopped / whole tommies @ 22p per can 18 months ago - now 99p per can! :w00t:)


That has got to be the best buy ive seen on here for ages......if you like chopped tom's that is! Im giving YOU rep just for that!
banned#17
busymom;6025796
That has got to be the best buy ive seen on here for ages......if you like chopped tom's that is! Im giving YOU rep just for that!

just shows hopw much food has gone up in the last couple of years.

I saw baked beans for 61p a can last week! :w00t:

yet I can recall 4 cans of heinz for 99p a couple of years ago

rip-off britain again lol
banned#18
Wibblefish;6019250
The thing is now that interest rates are so poor and any other short term investments are so risky then the best returns on short/mid term investments (under £1000) is to do just that and buy lots of non-perishable heavily reduced items from supermarkets (items that you use a fair amount of) tins are ideal as are dishwasher tablets and nappies if you have babies and font use reusable ones.

This strategy will make you a lot more money then any other current low value investment and it is of course totally risk free.

Spot on!

I have a cupboard full of finish dishwasher tablets which cost about 10% of current rrp now

my garage used to look like a tesco express store :-D
#19
Still on!!

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