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Following the first Voucher book, the second book will be valid from Monday 15th November Until Sunday 28th November.
Heres whats inside :

- Save £1 on Asda Christmas Family Crakers 12 pack
- Save £5 on Vanish Oxi Action Crystal White 1.5kg
- Save 50p on all Imperial Leather Shower Gel/Creams 250ml

- Save £1.50 on Kenco Smooth/Rich/Decaff Coffee 200g and PG Tips 160s
- Save £1 on Purina One Dry Cat Food 800g
- Save £5 on The Glenlivet 12 year old Whiskey, Glenfiddich Rich Oak, Auchentoshan and The Singleton Malt 70cl
- Save £1 on Asda in-store Bakery Extra Special Mince Pies 6 pack
- Save £1.50 on Asda's Quality Beef Steak Range
- Save £2 on Charles Worthington Salon Results Shampoo/Conditioner 250ml
- Save £4 on Persil Small & Mighty Bio/Non Bio/Colour 54 wash 1.89ltr
- Save £1 on all £4 Asda Frozen Part Platters
- Save £1 on Anchor Spredable 500g
- Save £1 on Asda Prepared Fish Pie Mix 325g
- Save £3 on Triple Velvet Big Value 24 Roll Pack
- Save £1 on Tilda Pure Original Basmati Rice 500G
- Save £1.50 on Walkers Quavers,Walkers Squares,Walkers French Fries,Hula Hoops and McCoy's 18 Pack
- Save £1 on all 32 Books in Asda's Hardback Chart
- Save £5 on a Flash PowerMop
- Save £1 on Jacob's Biscuits for Cheese 450g
- Save £1 on Filippo Berio Olive Oil 500ml
- Save £1 on Staeside Italian Style Stonebaked Pepperoni Pizza Twin Pack 670g
- Save £1.50 on Asda Smoked/Unsmoked Gammon Joint 800g
- Save 50p on Chosen By You Wraps 8 Large Tortillas
- Save £2 on Fox's Favourites Big Value Pack 1kg
- Save 50p on £2 Chosen By You Frozen Cheescake range
- Save £2 on Magners Irish Cider Original 6 x 568ml Pack
- Save £5 when you spend £100 or more on groceries at ASDA.com
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#1
don't really see the point of these vouchers, probably be an altenative available from a different brand if your not fussy
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Am I the only one who think that these are really poor?

Basically money off vouchers on things that you probably wont buy and to do that you have to pay 40quid first
#3
I think some of them are really good!

£5 of whiskey is a good one, and the £1 off hard back books is useful. I am sure that the books are on offer at £8.50 too.

But I think £1.50 off a £160 spend on coffee/tea is a bit naff! lol :p
#4
- Save £150 on Asda's Quality Beef Steak Range

Wow - that is some saving!!! Some size cow me thinks!!! X)
#5
If you are going to buy them anyway then you have saved yourself £40, bit like quidco and topcashback, if you are going to buy someting you might aswell go through them to get a little bit back.
banned#6
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Save £150 on Asda's Quality Beef Steak Range
#7
Latinosharkey
I think some of them are really good!£5 of whiskey is a good one, and the £1 off hard back books is useful. I am sure that the books are on offer at £8.50 too.But I think £1.50 off a £160 spend on coffee/tea is a bit naff! lol :p

Made me laugh...... have changed it :)
#8
Crosbee
- Save £150 on Asda's Quality Beef Steak Range Wow - that is some saving!!! Some size cow me thinks!!! X)

HAHA nice one.... have changed :)
1 Like #9
philmitchell
If you are going to buy them anyway then you have saved yourself £40, bit like quidco and topcashback, if you are going to buy someting you might aswell go through them to get a little bit back.

Well said - there is just no pleasing some on here
#10
Slightly ironic that you show a picture of a delivery van; you can't use them on home shopping but they still give them to you.
#11
tighty
Slightly ironic that you show a picture of a delivery van; you can't use them on home shopping but they still give them to you.

Save £5 when you spend £100 or more on groceries at ASDA.com
#12
HesFamily4
philmitchell
If you are going to buy them anyway then you have saved yourself £40, bit like quidco and topcashback, if you are going to buy someting you might aswell go through them to get a little bit back.
Well said - there is just no pleasing some on here

You can't blame people for giving feedback. When I got the vouchers I was shocked at how shìt the offers were. At least Tesco send you vouchers for the things you buy regularly. Asda should have just done some generic £1.00, £2.00, 5% or 10% discount vouchers that come off your total bill, rather than pushing specific items. IMHO this offer falls way short of the competition.
#13
dratty
Am I the only one who think that these are really poor?

Basically money off vouchers on things that you probably wont buy and to do that you have to pay 40quid first

I'd love to know the total you have to spend to take advantage of all the vouchers. I bet it's at least a couple of hundred. Sounds like a great (and obviously working) marketing tool to me. Congrats to WalMart.




Edited By: pet2000 on Nov 10, 2010 16:07
#14
It's certainly not an offer to tempt me away from Tesco. As has already been said, the majority of the vouchers are unlikely to be used as they are not targeted at the customer. Give me double up clubcard deals and targeted vouchers any day over this. There are people picking up laptops in Tesco without having to spend a penny!
#15
I do my shopping at Asda, way cheaper and better than Tesco (most of the vouchers they send me for specific goods I don't use), so will only use on stuff I would get anyway. Find that Tesco increase there prices when they put in on 'offer'!
#16
Utter crap! Scrambling around with stupid vouchers for individual items, waste of time!
#17
Many of the items in the last book mystically increased in price on 1st Nov, coincidence ?
#18
I work for Asda and our GM was so excited when he announced this incentive, he told us that this was introduced to rival tesco clubcard!
#19
I got the first "Money Off" book.
The coupons were for
things I did't need. Why not just
knock you , say, £4 off a £40
spend.
I shall not be rushing to Asda for the next lot.

Edited By: gluke21 on Nov 10, 2010 21:42: Changes
#20
We regularly shop in Asda and a lot of the items in the first book of any interest to us were not even on the shelves very poor would sooner have money off the total bill even the local waitrose round here are giving £5 off on a £25 spend for the next three weeks

Edited By: wallpaper on Nov 10, 2010 20:09
#21
I find Tesco too expensive and alot of the ASDA vouchers are on goods that seem to have jumped up in price lately
banned#22
HesFamily4
philmitchell
If you are going to buy them anyway then you have saved yourself £40, bit like quidco and topcashback, if you are going to buy someting you might aswell go through them to get a little bit back.
Well said - there is just no pleasing some on here

So hesfamily4, why does the same logic not apply to the thread for 20% off Ben Sherman products which you voted cold?
#23
Exeter_Monkey
HesFamily4
philmitchell
If you are going to buy them anyway then you have saved yourself £40, bit like quidco and topcashback, if you are going to buy someting you might aswell go through them to get a little bit back.
Well said - there is just no pleasing some on here
So hesfamily4, why does the same logic not apply to the thread for 20% off Ben Sherman products which you voted cold?

Crawl back up your own hole!

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