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Not sure many are aware of this but if you can be in between 10am-6pm or 12pm-8pm you can get your shopping delivered any day (including sat-sun) for just £2.

When booking your delivery slot click the 8hr slot tab at the top of the page.

Also delivery charges across the board have been reduced by 50p

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#1
Thats a really good idea - especially if you're in anyway. Be good if the others (Tesco etc...) follow this too. HOT from me - thanks for the head up :thumbsup:.
#2
Not sure how this works in ASDA's favour to be honest. I work in Tesco's home delivery and think the idea of an 8 hour delivery slot kinda dumb. This could end up being frustrating for the customer more than anything, you really could be waiting in the house all day for your delivery, fair enough you could be actually in the house for a reason and would find this service a cheap alternative to having it delivered at a more specific time. From working at Tesco, its quite often hard to get people at home even inside a 2 hour delivery target, nevermind an 8 hour one. I dont think i can add heat to this as i can only see how frustrating it would be for me to wait in the house all day long on the delivery on my day off. I think this could only really be useful for people that are at home with kids or for elderly people perhaps?
#3
I am unable to see the 8hr delivery tab on the delivery booking page. What am I not doing?. Thanks.
#4
I'm guessing this is only for certain areas as I don't have the 8 hour option unfortunately. Pity
#5
Same here I can't see an 8 hour option???
#6
nor me just a 2 hour slot
#7
Thanks for this, sounds good for those of us who work at home so are here all day anyway :)
#8
They will know by the morning which routes and drops the vans will have.
So will they call or email to let you know when the drop could be?

Anyway a 2 hour slot is frustrating enough for me :D
Sainsburys have 1 hour slots, but have an early cut-off for my area.
suspended#9
I can Drive there cheaper! cold
#10
skywatcher77
Not sure how this works in ASDA's favour to be honest. I work in Tesco's home delivery and think the idea of an 8 hour delivery slot kinda dumb. This could end up being frustrating for the customer more than anything, you really could be waiting in the house all day for your delivery, fair enough you could be actually in the house for a reason and would find this service a cheap alternative to having it delivered at a more specific time. From working at Tesco, its quite often hard to get people at home even inside a 2 hour delivery target, nevermind an 8 hour one. I dont think i can add heat to this as i can only see how frustrating it would be for me to wait in the house all day long on the delivery on my day off. I think this could only really be useful for people that are at home with kids or for elderly people perhaps?


Then if your getting stuff delivered dont choose the 8 hour slot!! Simples!

Heat added, ideal for a saturday etc when you plan to be in the house all day.
#11
Don't forget the Quidco £5 for first time shoppers with Asda. Also the same for TopCashBack.
banned#12
skywatcher77;8644068
Not sure how this works in ASDA's favour to be honest. I work in Tesco's home delivery and think the idea of an 8 hour delivery slot kinda dumb. This could end up being frustrating for the customer more than anything, you really could be waiting in the house all day for your delivery, fair enough you could be actually in the house for a reason and would find this service a cheap alternative to having it delivered at a more specific time. From working at Tesco, its quite often hard to get people at home even inside a 2 hour delivery target, nevermind an 8 hour one. I dont think i can add heat to this as i can only see how frustrating it would be for me to wait in the house all day long on the delivery on my day off. I think this could only really be useful for people that are at home with kids or for elderly people perhaps?

especially if its a hot sunny day! it sonly £3.49 anyway for some 2 hour slots :w00t:
#13
hot hot hot

Homeworker special :P
#14
This is very tempting with Quidco! We usually just go to Tesco, but might try Asda even for a few bits.

I'm just waiting for the day when home delivieries are free with no minimum order.
#15
Excellent thanks - H&R added :thumbsup:
#16
Who wants to wait in the house all day on a saturday? Thats the weekend for most people lol and probably there first day off. And as someone else said, what if indeed it is a hot day outside and your out the back getting a tan, you wont hear the driver at the front door i bet. They will have routes and times planned out for the morning, but im unsure of them calling or emailing you an estimated time, what would the point be, its an estimated 8 hour slot, not a 2 hour one. The driver gets a print out of what time approx he should be at each house to deliver, the customer doesnt receive this information with there order, online, phone call etc, they wait.
#17
I don't like having my shopping delivered as they always send the nearly out of date stuff, the wrong items or substitutes that just are of no use. Also a lot of times I found the item you want is out of stock and you end up having to go to the supermarket to buy it. A complete waste of time in my opinion.
#18
WonderWoman
Thats a really good idea - especially if you're in anyway. Be good if the others (Tesco etc...) follow this too. HOT from me - thanks for the head up :thumbsup:.


Yeah I tend to book it for sat afternoon when the footy is on and the beer is flowing :lol:
#19
wolfee
I'm guessing this is only for certain areas as I don't have the 8 hour option unfortunately. Pity


sianie012
Same here I can't see an 8 hour option???


jimbobgooner
nor me just a 2 hour slot


The tab should be below the green band in grey colour level with the 'previous week, next week' control. I would suspect if you have a 2 hour slot, it would make sense to have an 8 hour slot as this is easy to control on a transport side of things, unless you are in such a remote area you live 8 hours from the closest asda :lol:
#21
Infinite Element
This is very tempting with Quidco! We usually just go to Tesco, but might try Asda even for a few bits.

I'm just waiting for the day when home delivieries are free with no minimum order.


I stopped using tesco when their prices went through the roof, try your weekly shop on [url]www.mysupermarket.com[/url] and see the difference
#22
cambourne03
I don't like having my shopping delivered as they always send the nearly out of date stuff, the wrong items or substitutes that just are of no use. Also a lot of times I found the item you want is out of stock and you end up having to go to the supermarket to buy it. A complete waste of time in my opinion.


With asda any 'nearly out of date' stock as you put it, when delivered you can phone the customer services and they fully refund you the product price and you still get to keep the goods. Also if it is out of stock, which I find very rare, then as for alternatives to be sent, if you dont like the alternatives, send them back with the driver for a full refund....easy really :thumbsup:
#23
Nevasleep
They will know by the morning which routes and drops the vans will have.
So will they call or email to let you know when the drop could be?

Anyway a 2 hour slot is frustrating enough for me :D
Sainsburys have 1 hour slots, but have an early cut-off for my area.


I think you will be able to contact the driver, numbers are given out by customer services on the day of delivery, he will give an approximate time of delivery. I think the whole point is that if you are in anyway, it shouldn't matter when the delivery is for you. Like it has been stated this will suit parents at home with children, elderly, homeworkers, and dole wallers
#24
garbage456
talk about trying to moan about anything.

like when you are waiting for the washine machine repair man to come, yep i will be there anytime on thursday from 9am - 6pm.

just book your shopping on the same day.


:lol: I didn't want to say :roll:
#25
Am I right in thinking you get no Quidco for a a normal shop, just for the first shop?
#26
hot, specially for those who use public transport. it costs 2.40 just to go there/back in london; so 40p cheaper + no hassle carrying
#27
garbage456
talk about trying to moan about anything.

like when you are waiting for the washine machine repair man to come, yep i will be there anytime on thursday from 9am - 6pm.

just book your shopping on the same day.


Im not trying to assume you dont work, or that you have kids as a reason to wait in your house for 8 hours on a specific day of the week? Just why would you bother doing it unless you were actually going to be in the house for this amount of time most of the time? Why not just pay a pound or so extra and have it nearly any day of the week inside a 2 hour time? This would probably suit most people, i dont understand why people are saying an 8 hour slot is better than a 2 hour one? Its like saying you will stand on one foot for 8 hours instead of standing on two for 4 hours!
banned#28
loll1es;8645175
With asda any 'nearly out of date' stock as you put it, when delivered you can phone the customer services and they fully refund you the product price and you still get to keep the goods. Also if it is out of stock, which I find very rare, then as for alternatives to be sent, if you dont like the alternatives, send them back with the driver for a full refund....easy really :thumbsup:

same with tescos. End up with free food a lot of the time so cant complain. Love it when they substitute cheap brands with their finest range too lol
#29
COLD - not only is it a worse service your paying for but Asda's delivery service is terrible, they never have half the things you want and try to rip you off by substituting for cheap rubbish half the time. Not only that they often change the price on the day of the order
#30
Or order from Waitrose and get it FREE...?!
#31
just get a asda credit card and delivery is free.
#32
skywatcher77
Who wants to wait in the house all day on a saturday? Thats the weekend for most people lol and probably there first day off.


Some people might want to spend their days off relaxing with their feet up :p


This, and the reduced delivery cost in general, is good for smaller shops, I tend to do a £50 shop fortnightly because of the delivery charge, but with this I could do a shop every week maybe and pay £27 each time then (the £25 minimum plus the £2 delivery) and probably spend a similar amount to what I do now.
#33
Thats funny i use them and i class them the best service amazing in fact better than all the rest !:whistling:

400lbBench
COLD - not only is it a worse service your paying for but Asda's delivery service is terrible, they never have half the things you want and try to rip you off by substituting for cheap rubbish half the time. Not only that they often change the price on the day of the order
#34
400lbBench
COLD - not only is it a worse service your paying for but Asda's delivery service is terrible, they never have half the things you want and try to rip you off by substituting for cheap rubbish half the time. Not only that they often change the price on the day of the order


Well it depends on what you order
I had an order today, and only one sub.:thumbsup:

8 Hours slots not available in my area.
banned#35
littlehoneyz;8646854
just get a asda credit card and delivery is free.

WTF!

Free home shopping delivery when you spend £99 or more on your Asda Credit card
#36
good idea for some but personally asda delivery in my opinion is rubbish never again lol!
#37
Why use Asda when you can use Ocado?
banned#38
celticmick_7;8649952
Why use Asda when you can use Ocado?

maybe because ocado are far mroe expensive than any other big supermarket

my last online shop:-

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#39
Kiz
Don't forget the Quidco £5 for first time shoppers with Asda. Also the same for TopCashBack.


They rarely pay out on this, have a look at the feedback at TCB.
http://www.topcashback.co.uk/retailersextrasASDA_Groceries.htm

No £2 option here & delivery charges are the same. Waitrose deliver for freefor order's over £50, yes its more expensive but you get better quality.

Cold.
#40
skywatcher77
Not sure how this works in ASDA's favour to be honest. I work in Tesco's home delivery and think the idea of an 8 hour delivery slot kinda dumb. This could end up being frustrating for the customer more than anything, you really could be waiting in the house all day for your delivery, fair enough you could be actually in the house for a reason and would find this service a cheap alternative to having it delivered at a more specific time. From working at Tesco, its quite often hard to get people at home even inside a 2 hour delivery target, nevermind an 8 hour one. I dont think i can add heat to this as i can only see how frustrating it would be for me to wait in the house all day long on the delivery on my day off. I think this could only really be useful for people that are at home with kids or for elderly people perhaps?



Congratulations on completely missing the point.

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