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Updated: April 29, 2016

Asda Deals & Discounts

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Pampers pants size 3 4 5 reduced to £2.00 Asda instore

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Asda Hollins road Oldham have size 3,4,5 reduced to £2 not sure if it's national but they also have e45 185g reduced to 1.75 also.
Madam786 AvatarMadam7863h, 40m agoFound 3 hours, 40 minutes ago3 Comments
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fal7860
And how many nappies,
fal7860
Any idea which pampers it is?
DURHAM05
Hi seen these in Darlington ex netto store next to wickes. only in a size 3 tho.hth
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4 x Fosters Rocks Spiced Rum Asda £3.50, less £2 back from Checkout Smart

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Good deal £1.50 for 4 cans of this stuff......worth a try at 38p a can.
utigers Avatarutigers3h, 46m agoFound 3 hours, 46 minutes ago8 Comments
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buckmr2
You're right they provide Checkoutsmart offers but aren't related AFAIK.
Absolutely no need to upset the apple cart that's beeb working for me for so long by asking them anything as I've not got any problems with both paying me.8)
Rulandas
buckmr2
As I understand it Checkoutsmart is nothing to do with TCB, but Checkoutsmart is related to Clicksnap, meaning you can use TCB and Checkoutsmart for a receipt but not Checkoutsmart and Clicksnap for the same receipt.
I've been using TCB AND Checkoutsmart for a good while now and ALSO TCB and Clicksnap for the same receipt.....as long as you don't use Clicksnap and Checkoutsmart for the same receipt!


​Ask them. I had an issue not even related this particular thing. They provide CheckoutSmart offers.
Ridgehead
This makes it quite cheap but it's taste is weird. Best to drink when already drunk.

Edited By: Ridgehead on Apr 30, 2016 10:35
buckmr2
As I understand it Checkoutsmart is nothing to do with TCB, but Checkoutsmart is related to Clicksnap, meaning you can use TCB and Checkoutsmart for a receipt but not Checkoutsmart and Clicksnap for the same receipt.
I've been using TCB AND Checkoutsmart for a good while now and ALSO TCB and Clicksnap for the same receipt.....as long as you don't use Clicksnap and Checkoutsmart for the same receipt!
Rulandas
buckmr2
You can also get £2 cashback from TCB on the SAME receipt, so £4 cashback in total from TCB and Checkoutsmart.....been doing this for 3 or 4 weeks now with both Spiced Rum AND classic rum


​I guess you don't have it cleared yet. As tcb will decline dublicate receipt. TCB and Clicksnap offers CheckoutSmart deals. Therefore same receipt can be used only once between them. Yes sometimes you may get lucky and get paid twice. But that is no more then mistake on their behalf...
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Maryland Gooeys peanut flavour 75p @ Asda

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75p instead of £1.49 @ Asda
nvn23 Avatarnvn2311h, 43m agoFound 11 hours, 43 minutes ago1 Comment
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Maryland Mix'ems fruit jellies & candy shells 75p @ Asda

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75p instead of £1.00 @ Asda
nvn23 Avatarnvn2311h, 45m agoFound 11 hours, 45 minutes ago2 Comments
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wtrahearn
35p in b&m
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Maryland Mix'ems toffee popcorn caramel & candy shells 75p @ Asda

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75p instead of £1.00 @ Asda
nvn23 Avatarnvn2311h, 47m agoFound 11 hours, 47 minutes ago2 Comments
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brilly
i see cold votes and heres why
people dont want to see multiple identical deals other than for flavours
3 'different' maryland cookie deals?! just post one with list of flavours in title, same with your breadsticks
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Dairy Milk Ritz Crackers 60p @ Asda

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60p instead of £1.49 @ Asda
nvn23 Avatarnvn2311h, 49m agoFound 11 hours, 49 minutes ago1 Comment
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Dontforg3t
Good price for this. Have some heat OP.
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Green Olive Breadstick Twists £1.00 @ Asda

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£1.00 instead of £1.80 @ Asda
nvn23 Avatarnvn2311h, 50m agoFound 11 hours, 50 minutes agoAdd Comment
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Bread stick twists £1.00 @ Asda

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£1.00 instead of £1.69 @ Asda
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pg tips decaf tea bags (80 in a box) 65p at asda

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found in asda. barcode number on receipt is - 500011808108 80 in a box so under a penny per tea bag!
rjmjnlcfm Avatarrjmjnlcfm18h, 37m agoFound 18 hours, 37 minutes ago2 Comments
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justynamachaj
gotta look for it and stock up for my OH :)
andreocean
Voted Hot :), This should be hot.
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Echo Falls Fruit Fusion £3.33 at Asda (Online & Instore)

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refreshing fruity wine , cheapest I've seen it in the supermarkets! seen in Luton asda but probably a national deal.
thrower74 Avatarthrower7420h, 7m agoFound 20 hours, 7 minutes ago3 Comments
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paul2louise
Boxed version is cheap too. £9.75 for equivalent of 3 bottles so £3.25 a bottle
http://groceries.asda.com/product/fruit-flavoured-wine/echo-falls-fruit-fusion-rose-wine-with-summer-berries/910001815045

Thats my preference, just open the tap. :)
thrower74


​i wasn't sure... thank you for clearing that up :)
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little angels nappies £1.88 @ ASDA

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don't know if nationwide or local
easyrider1987 Avatareasyrider198722h, 36m agoFound 22 hours, 36 minutes ago1 Comment
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partygirlz1972
Not that price in ours but good find
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Tetley 240 tea bags £3.00 at ASDA

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Good price, considering normally sells at over £5.
mhasan Avatarmhasan23h, 35m agoFound 23 hours, 35 minutes ago4 Comments
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grfan
300 tea bags for £3 in the £1 Shop
mhasan
blackster
is this on decaf too?
Just the normal one. Not on decaf.
niceroundpound[Mod Team]
It looks to be just the normal tea at this price decaf is £2 for 80 or 160 for £3.98 - 2 for £5
blackster
is this on decaf too?
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Bird's Eye Harry Ramsden's 2 Battered Fish Fillets £1.48 each or 2 for £2.00 - 50p per fillet! Online and Instore @ Asda

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Asda instore and online Birds Eye Harry Ramsden's 2 Battered Fish Fillets - 200g £1.48 each or 2 for £2 - just 50p per fillet (each fillet is 103g apparently, which is weird considering the box of t…
squiff Avatarsquiff1d, 15m agoFound 1 day, 15 minutes ago7 Comments
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snapdragon
What type of fish my I ask?

Very good question. The box says Alaska Pollock, 49%.
snapdragon
What type of fish my I ask?
squiff
tigerpuss73
I've tried these and they are tasty.heat added

This is the first time I've bought them. I had one for tea and it was far better than I anticipated. Excellent quality for 50p. I could've eaten two so will buy bigger ones next time but a very good size for the money.
tigerpuss73
I've tried these and they are tasty.heat added
AS9795
squiff
AS9795
Which shop?

Oops! Sorry. They're from Asda and I have added this to the title. Thanks!


Haha it's okay, thank you ☺️
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ASDA Extra Special Hand Finished Belgian Chocolate Fudge Cake Serves 6 Was £2.65 Now £1.50 @Asda

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Let the Bank Holiday carnage begin with this bad boy! Happy Bank Holiday Guys!
doyley78 Avatardoyley781d, 3h agoFound 1 day, 3 hours ago9 Comments
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antenna
Cheap enough to sit on at your local "squish" party
bevers
definitely heated served with strawberries and a dollop of cream
FuriousZombie
Did anyone else stop scrolling because they thought they saw a deal for floppy disks?
ollie87
I'm not interested in any cake someone has finished on, even by hand.
a2tmfk
hand finished.. phnarr phnarr
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Tsum Tsum Sticker Album Starter Pack (album & 5 packs of stickers) RRP £2.99 Scanning at 50p in Asda!

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1 pack of stickers is usually 50p but in Asda (Torquay & Plymouth) the whole starter pack -:Album & 6 sticker + 5 packs of stickers scanning at the price of 1 pack of stickers! Buy a few - works out 1…
babyblue Avatarbabyblue1d, 8h agoFound 1 day, 8 hours ago3 Comments
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markvickymax
Not that price in Bournemouth. Still £2.99
markvickymax
anyone found this in other stores?
sradmad
good find op, heat added
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Glenfiddich 12 year Single Malt 50cl £7.50 @ Asda

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Glenfiddich 12 year old Single Malt 50 cl. Instore in Asda Aberdare. Unsure if nationwide.
davjon34 Avatardavjon341d, 15h agoFound 1 day, 15 hours ago12 Comments
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kandinsky
Its a miniature.... 50ml, not 50cl.
shalabhbindlish
Can anyone validate this please?
scunny
Link please or have you made same mistake as me? By the way voted HOT mines going to freeze brrrr
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gillette fusion proshield flexball *read full description b4 voting cold* £10.00 from £20 @ Asda

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asda at the moment have a deal on the gillette fusion proshield flexball manual razor original price was £20 but it's reduced to £10 so half price u get the razor with a blade and further 3 blades
amerjitdosanjh7 Avataramerjitdosanjh71d, 19h agoFound 1 day, 19 hours ago19 Comments
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antspam
brilly
antspam
brilly
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Tyranicus66
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djt100
or just learn to shave properly with a double edge razer for about 5p a blade and shave for the year for £20
​I love DE shaving but let's not pretend it's cheap to get started. Razor plus brush plus decent soap to kick off and then blades. I get a max of 4 shaves per blade so if I shaved every work day that would be 13 packs. If you use Feather blades that's around 40 quid.
I use astra blades and you get 5 in a pack. So that is 3 packs of blades, each pack is 70p. Initial cost is high but blades are much cheaper than you say and the shave is much better after you get the knack of it. I have never seen the attraction of feathers, they are super thin and sharp but from my experience the shave is no quicker or closer. It just increases nicks and blade chips more quickly... but each to their own.
​Never tried Astray but may give them a go at that price. My Edwin Jagger came with Derbes and they work fine with it. I got a huge pack of those pretty cheap of Ebay. Feathers are too aggressive with the EJ but work perfectly with my 1970s Gillette Knack and that's my favourite combo.
Not sure where you got 3 pack from. I was working off 52 x 5 working days / 4 per blade / 5 per pack which is 13 packs a year.
Your comment about each to their own is spot on: skin type, beard type, etc all have an affect on final choice.
lets face it - DE shaving is a big time sacrifice
not because it takes longer to do because it doesn't... but because of all the time you need to spend on forums trying to convince others how superior you are
​OK Brilly, other than this thread, how much time have I spent convincing others how superior I am? Or did I actually try to redress the money saving claims of another DE user?
you is not specific to yourself in this case but a general DE user, you take turns ;)


​Great. When was my turn?
brilly
antspam
brilly
antspam
Tyranicus66
antspam
djt100
or just learn to shave properly with a double edge razer for about 5p a blade and shave for the year for £20
​I love DE shaving but let's not pretend it's cheap to get started. Razor plus brush plus decent soap to kick off and then blades. I get a max of 4 shaves per blade so if I shaved every work day that would be 13 packs. If you use Feather blades that's around 40 quid.
I use astra blades and you get 5 in a pack. So that is 3 packs of blades, each pack is 70p. Initial cost is high but blades are much cheaper than you say and the shave is much better after you get the knack of it. I have never seen the attraction of feathers, they are super thin and sharp but from my experience the shave is no quicker or closer. It just increases nicks and blade chips more quickly... but each to their own.
​Never tried Astray but may give them a go at that price. My Edwin Jagger came with Derbes and they work fine with it. I got a huge pack of those pretty cheap of Ebay. Feathers are too aggressive with the EJ but work perfectly with my 1970s Gillette Knack and that's my favourite combo.
Not sure where you got 3 pack from. I was working off 52 x 5 working days / 4 per blade / 5 per pack which is 13 packs a year.
Your comment about each to their own is spot on: skin type, beard type, etc all have an affect on final choice.
lets face it - DE shaving is a big time sacrifice
not because it takes longer to do because it doesn't... but because of all the time you need to spend on forums trying to convince others how superior you are
​OK Brilly, other than this thread, how much time have I spent convincing others how superior I am? Or did I actually try to redress the money saving claims of another DE user?
you is not specific to yourself in this case but a general DE user, you take turns ;)
antspam
brilly
antspam
Tyranicus66
antspam
djt100
or just learn to shave properly with a double edge razer for about 5p a blade and shave for the year for £20
​I love DE shaving but let's not pretend it's cheap to get started. Razor plus brush plus decent soap to kick off and then blades. I get a max of 4 shaves per blade so if I shaved every work day that would be 13 packs. If you use Feather blades that's around 40 quid.
I use astra blades and you get 5 in a pack. So that is 3 packs of blades, each pack is 70p. Initial cost is high but blades are much cheaper than you say and the shave is much better after you get the knack of it. I have never seen the attraction of feathers, they are super thin and sharp but from my experience the shave is no quicker or closer. It just increases nicks and blade chips more quickly... but each to their own.
​Never tried Astray but may give them a go at that price. My Edwin Jagger came with Derbes and they work fine with it. I got a huge pack of those pretty cheap of Ebay. Feathers are too aggressive with the EJ but work perfectly with my 1970s Gillette Knack and that's my favourite combo.
Not sure where you got 3 pack from. I was working off 52 x 5 working days / 4 per blade / 5 per pack which is 13 packs a year.
Your comment about each to their own is spot on: skin type, beard type, etc all have an affect on final choice.
lets face it - DE shaving is a big time sacrifice
not because it takes longer to do because it doesn't... but because of all the time you need to spend on forums trying to convince others how superior you are


​OK Brilly, other than this thread, how much time have I spent convincing others how superior I am? Or did I actually try to redress the money saving claims of another DE user?
brilly
antspam
Tyranicus66
antspam
djt100
or just learn to shave properly with a double edge razer for about 5p a blade and shave for the year for £20
​I love DE shaving but let's not pretend it's cheap to get started. Razor plus brush plus decent soap to kick off and then blades. I get a max of 4 shaves per blade so if I shaved every work day that would be 13 packs. If you use Feather blades that's around 40 quid.
I use astra blades and you get 5 in a pack. So that is 3 packs of blades, each pack is 70p. Initial cost is high but blades are much cheaper than you say and the shave is much better after you get the knack of it. I have never seen the attraction of feathers, they are super thin and sharp but from my experience the shave is no quicker or closer. It just increases nicks and blade chips more quickly... but each to their own.
​Never tried Astray but may give them a go at that price. My Edwin Jagger came with Derbes and they work fine with it. I got a huge pack of those pretty cheap of Ebay. Feathers are too aggressive with the EJ but work perfectly with my 1970s Gillette Knack and that's my favourite combo.
Not sure where you got 3 pack from. I was working off 52 x 5 working days / 4 per blade / 5 per pack which is 13 packs a year.
Your comment about each to their own is spot on: skin type, beard type, etc all have an affect on final choice.
lets face it - DE shaving is a big time sacrifice
not because it takes longer to do because it doesn't... but because of all the time you need to spend on forums trying to convince others how superior you are
antspam
Tyranicus66
antspam
djt100
or just learn to shave properly with a double edge razer for about 5p a blade and shave for the year for £20
​I love DE shaving but let's not pretend it's cheap to get started. Razor plus brush plus decent soap to kick off and then blades. I get a max of 4 shaves per blade so if I shaved every work day that would be 13 packs. If you use Feather blades that's around 40 quid.
I use astra blades and you get 5 in a pack. So that is 3 packs of blades, each pack is 70p. Initial cost is high but blades are much cheaper than you say and the shave is much better after you get the knack of it. I have never seen the attraction of feathers, they are super thin and sharp but from my experience the shave is no quicker or closer. It just increases nicks and blade chips more quickly... but each to their own.


​Never tried Astray but may give them a go at that price. My Edwin Jagger came with Derbes and they work fine with it. I got a huge pack of those pretty cheap of Ebay. Feathers are too aggressive with the EJ but work perfectly with my 1970s Gillette Knack and that's my favourite combo.
Not sure where you got 3 pack from. I was working off 52 x 5 working days / 4 per blade / 5 per pack which is 13 packs a year.
Your comment about each to their own is spot on: skin type, beard type, etc all have an affect on final choice.
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Schweppes 1L Bottle of Orange Cordial 50p @ Asda Instore

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Found these in the Leigh store, should be a national price as they are being cleared out. Also saw lots of other drinks on clearance for around 30-50p. A lot of em were health drinks and energy drinks…
wiggywig Avatarwiggywig1d, 22h agoFound 1 day, 22 hours ago4 Comments
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thecourteeners
This is the same with the peppermint and the blackcurrent one! :) Or atleast that's the case in asda chesser

I saw both of those aswell in the Leigh store but the shelf price was about £1.20, i thought theyd of probably scanned less with the orange one being 50p but couldnt be hassled checking. Asda need self scanners!
thecourteeners
This is the same with the peppermint and the blackcurrent one! :) Or atleast that's the case in asda chesser
bigblackbird
Saw these in Edmonton Green, reduced trolley towards the back of the store. 25p each.
sradmad
good find op, heat added :)
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Camp Coffee 241ml Bottle 80p @ Asda Instore

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Hopefully other people are familiar with this product. Found in the Leigh Asda, but appears to be a national clearout of it. This is great coffee essence, you can make cups of coffee out of it by ad…
wiggywig Avatarwiggywig2d, 1h agoFound 2 days, 1 hour ago30 Comments
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loopie
Happy childhood memories of nans coffee and walnut cake using this coffee, she was an amazing cake baker, her orange cake was a delight as well.
Satan_Claws
I have recently been using this with milk and Ben and Jerry's Pumpkin Spiced Ice Cream, blend it all together and you get an iced, spiced pumpkin latte! :D
montblanc
Someone gave me a cup of this as a joke as I hate coffee and I drank it quite happily thinking it was tea cause it looked like tea and I just had a sweet biscuit. I like it, it's nice!
Tyranicus66
937666
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/09/09/article-2035550-0DCAC76B00000578-212_468x442.jpg
That is the campest cup of camp I have ever seen....
escortboy
Camp coffee?
https://rogermooresmovienation.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/williams.jpg
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Grants scotch whisky £10.50 Asda

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Hello there everyone, Found this at asda Swindon reduced to clear £ 10.50 for a 70cl bottle blue edition. Usually prices of these bottle range from £ 12.00 to £ 14.00
leo2013 Avatarleo20132d, 5h agoFound 2 days, 5 hours agoAdd Comment