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New Customers Only Spend £80 or more on online Shopping Get £20 off and Free 12 Months Delivery Pass Smart Pass Wave goodbye to delivery charges The only exception is Christmas week, when Smart… Read More
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New Customers Only Spend £80 or more on online Shopping Get £20 off and Free 12 Months Delivery Pass

Smart Pass

Wave goodbye to delivery charges
The only exception is Christmas week, when Smart Pass delivery benefits are suspended.

Discounts and exclusive offers

You’ll always save at least 10% on big brands, plus you’ll have the chance to save even more in exclusive clearance sales.
Priority access to Christmas deliveries

We can’t guarantee you a Christmas delivery slot but, if you’re a Smart Pass member and you signed up before 1st October, we’ll give you access to them before anybody else.

Samples, gifts, and a subscription to our magazine

You’ll be front of the queue for product samples, and you’ll get a subscription to Ocadolife magazine.
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#1
Been like this for 2 months
[mod]#2
Brill, not seen this. Defo something to consider and the del pass could come in handy even if you don't shop at Ocado all the time too.
2 Likes #3
They sent me £25 off £60 with free delivery so I had to use it.
#4
Dammit, they don't deliver to the far north yet so will miss out :(
#5
Handy to know' heat.
#6
Just wish they would deliver to Newcastle.
#7
Can existing customers just use a different email address?
#8
davidbrent
Can existing customers just use a different email address?

No, you will probably get away with the £20 off but they apply the delivery pass manually. If they see you are an existing customer (same name at same address) they will not apply the delivery pass.
#9
TESCO IS A £40 SHOP AND ONLY £1 MIDWEEK WITH NO PASS
3 Likes #10
foes4you
TESCO IS A £40 SHOP AND ONLY £1 MIDWEEK WITH NO PASS


YOU DON'T GET £20 OFF THAT THOUGH
#11
Recommended if they deliver in your area and you don't mind waitrose prices. Ordered items 99% in stock.
#12
Musicrab
Recommended if they deliver in your area and you don't mind waitrose prices. Ordered items 99% in stock.

They price match with Tesco though, don't they?
1 Like #13
I got £20 off £40 spend, code is VOU8741496
Says for first Ocado shop, I just used a different email address.
1 Like #14
mikes123
I got £20 off £40 spend, code is VOU8741496
Says for first Ocado shop, I just used a different email address.
If it's like morrisons then mabey based on address.
#16
davidbrent
Musicrab
Recommended if they deliver in your area and you don't mind waitrose prices. Ordered items 99% in stock.
They price match with Tesco though, don't they?
That's a clever bit of marketing. There are many catches. Bottom line is you'll pay, very roughly, about a third more with Ocado/Waitrose (depending on what your normal shop includes).
Don't get me wrong - their delivery experience is first class - very rarely are items missing and there's no quibbles if you want an item refunded e.g. because an egg's broken.

(old description of Ocado price match)
http://money.aol.co.uk/2012/10/02/ocado-joins-price-promise-price-war-whats-the-catch/

PS. Is the Ocado+Morrison's service live yet? Any good? (Guess its the same good service but cheaper shopping?)
#17
kelsbels12
Been like this for 2 months

Then post it please....not everybody knows!
#18
kristianthwaites
kelsbels12
Been like this for 2 months

Then post it please....not everybody knows!


not everything gets posted, I've never shopped with them before until july when I found this deal and gave it a go. I had an email about it.
#19
Thanks, just ordered! All delivery slots were showing as free to me though anyway, so how does the delivery pass work, what am I missing? Thanks
1 Like #20
Some offers this week-
Ocado
Enjoy a two-for-£8 deal on packs of beer. You can pick up:

Birra Moretti (4x330ml)
San Miguel (4x440ml)
Hop House 12 lager (4x330ml)
Carlsberg Export (4x440ml)
It’s Organic September this month at Ocado. There’s a whole host of deals to choose from. And you can save up to 25%! Choose from:

Whole Earth organic crunchy peanut butter (340g) is £2.01, reduced from £2.68
Brookfield Farm organic beef burgers (454g) will save you 50p at £4.49
Heinz organic tomato ketchup (580g) is down to £1.96 from £2.45
Ocado organic medium veg & salad box (10 varieties) has 25% off at £13.49, reduced from £17.99
The Black Farmer organic chicken legs (typically 550g) are down to £3.13, instead of £4.18
Elsewhere in-store, offers include:

The Collective Suckies strawberry (100g) are now 50p, reduced from 75p.

Innocent orange juice smooth (1.35L) is now £2, instead of £2.99.

British finely sliced Wiltshire honey roast ham Waitrose (130g) is half price at £1.74.

Save yourself a third off the price of Ocado Exclusive Angus lean beef steak mince 5% fat (500g) at £4, reduced from £6.

Watts Farm spinach (250g) is 25% off at £1.49, down from £1.99.

Lindt Excellence 70% cocoa dark chocolate (100g) was £1.99, but is now £1.50.

Save 20% on Ocado British chicken thigh boneless fillets (typically 500g) at £2.80, reduced from £3.50.
#21
Used Ocado just recently with this offer - good shopping experience and no item was substituted! :-D
#22
Quite easy to save £20 by shopping elsewhere. eg. 24 Budweiser is £17 there but only £12 in Asda. Buy my usual 6 packs and that's a saving of £30

Edited By: scunny on Sep 09, 2016 16:15
#23
NeoTrix
Brill, not seen this. Defo something to consider and the del pass could come in handy even if you don't shop at Ocado all the time too.
Brill, not seen this
oO

AJ92
They sent me £25 off £60 with free delivery so I had to use it.
^this just try signing up £20 off £60 at least
#24
scunny
Quite easy to save £20 by shopping elsewhere. eg. 24 Budweiser is £17 there but only £12 in Asda. Buy my usual 6 packs and that's a saving of £30
Haha your shopping is alcohol.
1 Like #25
AJ92
scunny
Quite easy to save £20 by shopping elsewhere. eg. 24 Budweiser is £17 there but only £12 in Asda. Buy my usual 6 packs and that's a saving of £30
Haha your shopping is alcohol.
Mostly,:{
1 Like #26


Not potential.. If u do it correctly u will get the £6.60 cashback. Dont use mobile site,dont use paypal,use bank card to pay

Edited By: linhang90 on Sep 09, 2016 18:02: Typo
1 Like #27
We've been using Ocado for several years now and can't fault their service. Had a few items missing or damaged in the past but they've always put things right without any hassle. Drivers are very helpful and if you wish carry the shopping into the kitchen for you. They always have deals on so you just need to keep a eye out for them. As for prices they're pretty much the same as Tesco (as they price match with our local store). There is more expensive items on offer but the is always cheaper alternatives.
#28
mikes123
I got £20 off £40 spend, code is VOU8741496
Says for first Ocado shop, I just used a different email address.

I did try to use this code. it didn't work, it's address specific. Would you mind sharing your email address on which you receive your email?
#29
Ocado (and Morrisons software made by Ocado) has got the iPhone app so well designed its worth shopping there just for that. 10/10 I guess android same.
First rate.
Tip
Not all Waitrose items are stocked by Ocado but if you are lucky enough to have a Waitrose pop in every so often to get ideas. We have a fantastic store in Chester lovely staff and we bought a few things but I used my iPhone and did some quick "add to basket" to the next Ocado order.
While you are there get the £4.00 large (dont get the small ones) Waitrose green coloured 'bag for life' they are honestly the best, expensive at £4.00 but lovely.
Also quite nice popping into Lidl with your Waitrose bag! no I jest.
Seriously with online food shopping you need ideas otherwise you tend to get get bored with the same food every week.
(unless you check every previous order going back 5 years via e-mails, been there done that!)
cheers





Edited By: deany76 on Sep 09, 2016 20:55: a
#30
One thing i dont like about ocado is their compulsory carrier bag charge when things are delivered to my door which means i dont need bags at all... Not just the charge,they always put ur items in one or two bags while charging u price of 10 bags or sth depending on how many items u have,altho ur items are just small ones that wont even fill up one damn bag.. Not about little money for bags but this is not right,u dont charge ur customers for what they are not receiving!! Ordered a few times,happened every single time. Thumbs down
#31
^ give the bags back next time for a refund?
#32
Musicrab
^ give the bags back next time for a refund?
As Musicrab said you give your bags back and they refund you 5p a bag off your current order. Drivers always ask for them so no excuse!
#33
Musicrab
davidbrent
Musicrab
Recommended if they deliver in your area and you don't mind waitrose prices. Ordered items 99% in stock.
They price match with Tesco though, don't they?
That's a clever bit of marketing. There are many catches. Bottom line is you'll pay, very roughly, about a third more with Ocado/Waitrose (depending on what your normal shop includes).
Don't get me wrong - their delivery experience is first class - very rarely are items missing and there's no quibbles if you want an item refunded e.g. because an egg's broken.
(old description of Ocado price match)http://money.aol.co.uk/2012/10/02/ocado-joins-price-promise-price-war-whats-the-catch/
PS. Is the Ocado+Morrison's service live yet? Any good? (Guess its the same good service but cheaper shopping?)
I thought the same as you about paying a little bit more with ocado but being the nerd I am I did a ocado shop and printed out the shopping list and then went to tesco and did the actual shop. The price difference was minimal. Ocado is not waitrose. It just stocks waitrose produce

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