HALF PRICE Anytime delivery pass @ Asda £2.50 p/m (12 months) (30 yearly) - HotUKDeals
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Potentially saving lots over the year! As many deliveries as you like,whatever day you like (min £40 spend)
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steven24
I don't think they should charge people for delivering after all we do spend our money there it should be like Iceland you spend so much and they deliver it for free well done to Iceland

Really? You think that 58p per week is an outrageous charge for picking, packing and delivering a weekly shop?
19 Likes
I used to think these were good deals when they came up but I am not so sure now. When you think about it what the supermarkets are effectively doing are tying you into shopping with them. You are much less likely to go elsewhere (to take advantage of perhaps more competitive prices and offers) and so its a win win situation for them. Just saying.
15 Likes
If Iceland can manage free delivery, other stores can as well :)
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Dannyrobbo
steven24
I don't think they should charge people for delivering after all we do spend our money there it should be like Iceland you spend so much and they deliver it for free well done to Iceland
It's a service, they know you will be going there anyway you pay so you don't have to go into the store they come to you...that's why there's a charge. Iceland do it to battle for customers.

Iceland has to battle. Each time I pass one it's always full of teenage single mothers breathing out cheap cigarettes looking for a family size microwave lasagna. Iceland's only chance to get new customers is to allow them to shop while staying within 5 miles away from their in-store clients. ;)

It's a win-win as current customers receive their salary from jobcentre and have no car to haul those 7 bags of frozen 3% meat pork pies otherwise.
13 Likes
I don't think they should charge people for delivering after all we do spend our money there it should be like Iceland you spend so much and they deliver it for free well done to Iceland

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2 Likes #1
Thanks for posting have grabbed this deal - I usually buy the £8 per month delivery pass as use Asda delivery weekly so is great saving for me
1 Like #2
faybelle
Thanks for posting have grabbed this deal - I usually buy the £8 per month delivery pass as use Asda delivery weekly so is great saving for me
You're welcome :D
13 Likes #3
I don't think they should charge people for delivering after all we do spend our money there it should be like Iceland you spend so much and they deliver it for free well done to Iceland
#4
Thanks for posting this, I was just thinking about this earlier. Just what I need at the moment. Have got half price anytime for 6 months. :)
#5
wish i didnt have an active pass or i'd snap this up
25 Likes #6
steven24
I don't think they should charge people for delivering after all we do spend our money there it should be like Iceland you spend so much and they deliver it for free well done to Iceland

Really? You think that 58p per week is an outrageous charge for picking, packing and delivering a weekly shop?
#7
Halloway
steven24
I don't think they should charge people for delivering after all we do spend our money there it should be like Iceland you spend so much and they deliver it for free well done to Iceland
Really? You think that 58p per week is an outrageous charge for picking, packing and delivering a weekly shop?
Yes,disgrageful,we should call the government :{

Edited By: trollipops on Dec 30, 2015 15:10
2 Likes #8
Halloway
steven24
I don't think they should charge people for delivering after all we do spend our money there it should be like Iceland you spend so much and they deliver it for free well done to Iceland

Really? You think that 58p per week is an outrageous charge for picking, packing and delivering a weekly shop?


Well I think if they want you to spend there they should deliver it just how I think :-)
#9
Lol
15 Likes #10
If Iceland can manage free delivery, other stores can as well :)
#11
Anyway a hot deal
3 Likes #12
Shame minimum spend is £40, ours is usually £35 per week.
19 Likes #13
I used to think these were good deals when they came up but I am not so sure now. When you think about it what the supermarkets are effectively doing are tying you into shopping with them. You are much less likely to go elsewhere (to take advantage of perhaps more competitive prices and offers) and so its a win win situation for them. Just saying.
#14
steven24
I don't think they should charge people for delivering after all we do spend our money there it should be like Iceland you spend so much and they deliver it for free well done to Iceland

It's a service, they know you will be going there anyway you pay so you don't have to go into the store they come to you...that's why there's a charge. Iceland do it to battle for customers.
1 Like #15
The minimum spend is too high for me, so I'll continue clicking and collecting for free. Good deal for those who do big shops with Asda though.
3 Likes #16
Uneducated folks comparing Asda to Iceland business model.X)
5 Likes #17
The increase of minimum amount from £25 to £40 was a deal breaker for me. Stopped
using Asda since as they don't give you vouchers etc.. Did do my christmas shop with Tesco
who gave £4 off a £40 shop for 3 weeks and so stocked up.
14 Likes #18
Dannyrobbo
steven24
I don't think they should charge people for delivering after all we do spend our money there it should be like Iceland you spend so much and they deliver it for free well done to Iceland
It's a service, they know you will be going there anyway you pay so you don't have to go into the store they come to you...that's why there's a charge. Iceland do it to battle for customers.

Iceland has to battle. Each time I pass one it's always full of teenage single mothers breathing out cheap cigarettes looking for a family size microwave lasagna. Iceland's only chance to get new customers is to allow them to shop while staying within 5 miles away from their in-store clients. ;)

It's a win-win as current customers receive their salary from jobcentre and have no car to haul those 7 bags of frozen 3% meat pork pies otherwise.
2 Likes #19
It's a shame Asda's customer service is bloody useless. Must say, in my experience tesco and sainsbury's are excellent in delivering customer service.
1 Like #20
Currently unavailable for me as I have an active pass ffs :( always the new customers get the better deals lol

still hot for everyone else :)
#21
hope sainsbury offer a discount on a yearly pass too, fingers crossed.
3 Likes #22
sofiasar
Shame minimum spend is £40, ours is usually £35 per week.
they want you buy everything from them and wish you keep all the food in your fridge then they can always have fresh one in the shop.

i spend more than £40 a week but i will not buy £40 food at once.
1 Like #23
Can't top up my existing pass :(

Asda will send you more close to sell by date items than other supermarket when you buy fresh meat but just pop it in the freezer and get a full refund online it only takes 2 minutes.

Also beware that asda will take micro payments from your bank, over the last 3 months they've taken 9 payments ranging from 25p to £4 apparently because the cost of items change from the time you order to the time of delivery.


Edited By: utopiangames on Dec 31, 2015 12:00
#24
Wibblefish
hope sainsbury offer a discount on a yearly pass too, fingers crossed.
I'm hoping the same with Tesco,as Tesco and Waitrose are the only ones who deliver to me out in the sticks!!

Edited By: trollipops on Dec 31, 2015 12:08
#25
[quote=Wibblefish]hope sainsbury offer a discount on a yearly pass too, fingers crossed.

http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/saver

Edited By: Lindsayg on Dec 31, 2015 15:19
#26
Very good deal especially for people who have no transport or access/time. Since they introduced self service kiosks and removed more than half staff from tills it pain to stand in a queues..
#27
Can this be used on George.com? It states on Groceries only, then states minimum spend £10 for George in restrictions. Anyone know?
1 Like #28
Kurvz
Currently unavailable for me as I have an active pass ffs :( always the new customers get the better deals lol

still hot for everyone else :)


​I had an active pass as well. If you log in though you can cancel auto renew. You still won't be able to buy the new pass until your old one expires (which could be anything up to a month away). Last time I waited it out, but the offer finished before I had a chance to buy the new pass. So this time I joined again straight away using a different email address. Means I'll have two passes for the next two weeks. But still a good saving. Don't worry that your current pass is a 12 month one. It still allowed me to stop auto renew on it.
1 Like #29
Snoopylover9
Can this be used on George.com? It states on Groceries only, then states minimum spend £10 for George in restrictions. Anyone know?
Not anymore I believe!!! Only if you purchased before March!!
#30
ec9wrr
Kurvz
Currently unavailable for me as I have an active pass ffs :( always the new customers get the better deals lol
still hot for everyone else :)
​I had an active pass as well. If you log in though you can cancel auto renew. You still won't be able to buy the new pass until your old one expires (which could be anything up to a month away). Last time I waited it out, but the offer finished before I had a chance to buy the new pass. So this time I joined again straight away using a different email address. Means I'll have two passes for the next two weeks. But still a good saving. Don't worry that your current pass is a 12 month one. It still allowed me to stop auto renew on it.
Just to add to this. Once you've joined under the new email address, you can alter the address in both accounts... So in effect you can change your new account to your original email address. In order to do this though, you'll need to change the original account to a third address, then change the new account to your original email. Does that make sense?!
3 Likes #31
Good deal but the worst company to order online with.. We had a £100 delivery from a local store they claimed was delivered but we never received it.. They then charged us £100 again to re-deliver the same order which when we got it a few item were either missing but still charged or subbed with something oposite.. Not only that they tried offering us a £10 voucher as compensation but still unwilling to offer a full refund for the original order. took 2 months to actually get a refund. Shocking service
#32
Existing customers can get this. I was only a few months into a £5 a month anytime pass. Called them they took off the auto renewal I was able to buy the £2.50 a month pass
1 Like #33
asda are terrible for substitutions - I got pomegranates instead of sunflowers, see http://www.buzzfeed.com/sophiegadd/best-supermarket-substitution-fails-of-2015#.lbDlqj92B for some more examples
1 Like #34
drpsg
asda are terrible for substitutions - I got pomegranates instead of sunflowers, see http://www.buzzfeed.com/sophiegadd/best-supermarket-substitution-fails-of-2015#.lbDlqj92B for some more examples
At least with Asda you can keep them and have a full refund as well! Refund request is 3 or 4 clicks online.
1 Like #35
I've had Asda with the online shopping (still have Tesco and Sainsbury on saver plans), and I have to say they are by far the worst for fobbing you off with poor quality and short coded items.

And they don't even care any more - you don't have to phone South Africa and battle with (mine and) their thick accent to get refunded - no, you just go onto the website and tick off the rubbish you're not pleased with and they refund you.

They KNOW they offer a poor service...
#36
Morrisons deliveries are much better. There is hardly ever a substitution.
#37
Thanks OP
#38
It costs over $15 to deliver home shopping per customer. The guy from who left Tesco has go on the record saying it is the worst decision ever made to start home shopping.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2707071/Supermarket-giants-lose-100million-year-online-delivery-services-Cost-delivery-means-effectively-paying-customers-shop-them.html

Edited By: dognobs on Jan 10, 2016 23:09
#39
do they give you the money back in £10 off vouchers like Sainsbury do ?
2 Likes #40
sofiasar
Shame minimum spend is £40, ours is usually £35 per week.


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