It's back - Asda Half Price Anytime delivery pass £2.50p/m - £30 for 12 Months + £10 off a £50 Spend for New customers - HotUKDeals
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It's back - Asda Half Price Anytime delivery pass £2.50p/m - £30.00 for 12 Months + £10 off a £50 Spend for New customers

£30.00 @ Asda
Saw this was back onsite just now. Decent if Asda is your usual. You're not tied down to certain days or times. If there is a space then you can book for delivery in it at no extra cost. £40 min spend… Read More
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[mod] 7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Saw this was back onsite just now. Decent if Asda is your usual. You're not tied down to certain days or times. If there is a space then you can book for delivery in it at no extra cost. £40 min spend.

Just thought it was worth a shout, in case your current pass has come to an end, or you're wanting to try it out.

£10 off £50 Spend for New customers
On top of the delivery pass, there is currently a code for new customers, giving £10 a £50+ shop! Use Code F35FS10PM - Which can be entered before payment is made.

"With a Delivery Pass, you can enjoy as many deliveries as you need, without worrying about the price. Even peak-time slots won’t cost you a penny extra so you will have the flexibility of choosing a time slot that suits you"

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Thanks for Bashstreet for posting the discount code :)
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[mod] 7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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I have just switched to Tesco and on there free trials.

Sick of Asda to be honest so worth £2.50 more. We spend more going to the shops replacing missing items!

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#1
Think I'll give this a bash getting fed up of every other weekly trips to Asda' £2.50 a month for them to deliver it as and whenever I want it is a no brainer' cheers OP :)
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pennyfarthing88
Think I'll give this a bash getting fed up of every other weekly trips to Asda' £2.50 a month for them to deliver it as and whenever I want it is a no brainer' cheers OP :)

Yeah, I think it works out pretty good. You can't always get the really cheap spots where you want them.
1 Like #3
"It's back" gets the cold button from me. I could be a Ferrari with 90% off.
5 Likes #4
I have just switched to Tesco and on there free trials.

Sick of Asda to be honest so worth £2.50 more. We spend more going to the shops replacing missing items!
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Graham1979
"It's back" gets the cold button from me. I could be a Ferrari with 90% off.

Not sure how that affects the pricing/deal to be honest, no worries :)


Edited By: NeoTrix on Aug 30, 2016 18:16
1 Like #6
NeoTrix
Graham1979
"It's back" gets the cold button from me. I could be a Ferrari with 90% off.
Not sure how that affects the pricing/deal to be honest :/ No worries :)

I was linking to my previous post. As a MOD you will know how "It's back" in the title always illicits such a response.
1 Like #7
Thanks.Will go for this next time. At the moment I have the £24.00 pa but it's only for Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday.
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Graham1979
NeoTrix
Graham1979
"It's back" gets the cold button from me. I could be a Ferrari with 90% off.
Not sure how that affects the pricing/deal to be honest :/ No worries :)
I was linking to my previous post. As a MOD you will know how "It's back" in the title always illicits such a response.

Yeah, that might be the case, although the deal remains exactly the same. People may vote how they like though :)
4 Likes #9
bazza1603
I have just switched to Tesco and on there free trials.

Sick of Asda to be honest so worth £2.50 more. We spend more going to the shops replacing missing items!


Totally agree. Since switching to tesco about 2 months ago I think I have had 1 substitute item whereas with asda it's was about 3 a week. Tesco offer better 1 hour delivery slots too.
2 Likes #10
Delivery for £2.50 a month is fine great price but how much do you have to spend to get it delivered that's the main part
[mod] 1 Like #11
argosextra
Delivery for £2.50 a month is fine great price but how much do you have to spend to get it delivered that's the main part
£40 is the min spend :)
2 Likes #12
Thanks OP for the heads up. What's not to like? Stupidly cheap, ASDA is the cheapest supermarket by far for "own brand" items with the 10% cheaper price guarantee, and what most people seem to miss is with a delivery pass a one hour slot can be picked still for free which makes a big difference we find compared to a two hour slot.

Re: substitutions. Of course they happen, occasionally they are daft but more often than not the subbed item is better value, and any unacceptable one can always be sent back.

Plus it comes from our local store whereas Tesco comes from 30-40 miles away which seems a huge waste of fuel.
1 Like #13
I like getting substitutes as the substitute is always dearer than the ordered item but no extra charge is made. ;)
1 Like #14
bazza1603
I have just switched to Tesco and on there free trials.
Sick of Asda to be honest so worth £2.50 more. We spend more going to the shops replacing missing items!
I couldn't agree more. I gave them a try and used the free collect service over a few months. Loads of items missing with either no or poor substitutions. Tesco usually give equal or better substitutions, where asda seem to usually give subs that are less in value for same price. If giving a sub means they have to give something higher value, you usually get nothing. I've also had many damaged items. I usually get money off codes from Tesco and use £1 delivery slots, so I'll stick with them.

Edited By: Derek_Duval on Aug 30, 2016 19:15: .
#15
I wish Morrisons would do this, I picked up a year from asda in their last offer and their service is terrible, I'll get loads of subs even when I explicitly put no subs, short dates, and the worst is you pick a slot and they show up whenever they want, I had another guy get arsey because he was two hours early and I wasn't ready for him, like it was my fault.
3 Likes #16
All negatives asides, the refund process is quite fair and simple with asda.
#17
Thanks, decided to give ASDA a try again as it's been a couple of years since we last had the delivery pass with them :)
1 Like #18
Does anyone know when the deal ends?
#19
It depends on your local store, I've been using asda's for years. Always on time , get quite a few subs but lamb breast subbed for a leg of lamb is a no Brainer and dates for my milk and chilled stuff is always a week or two in advance. Same can't be said for tesco where I live though !
#20
Watch out if you're thinking of cancelling your current monthly delivery pass to take advantage of the promotional offer. I did this last time but it doesn't cancel immediately and you can't buy a new pass till the date it was due to expire that month has been reached, this turned out to be too late for me and I ended up missing out :-(
#21
With tesco delivery saver I can spend £10 on tesco direct to get the item delivered for free....that is the main reason I bought the plan as don't do much grocery shopping from tesco.
I was wondering if the same threshold limit applies to their George orders if I bought this plan from Asda?
#22
Maybe it's only Northern Ireland but my ASDA deliveries have a minimum spend of £25. This offer says minimum spend £40. But good find many thanks !! I have just checked and it seems £25 without pass but if you sign up for the yearly pass minimum is £40


Edited By: noeltech2000 on Aug 31, 2016 08:12
#23
We took this offer last time with auto renewal, about five deliveries in a month costing us 50p per delivery which returned in the form of vouchers from asdapriceguarantee website. You can compare last three deliveries and get credit voucher if the cost of your shopping in not 10% cheaper than other superstores.
#24
Thank god! My £2.50pm delivery pass expired 2 weeks ago, and two Sunday's of click and collect is enough for me to renew the half price delivery pass. thank you OP and thank you Asda!
#25
noeltech2000
Maybe it's only Northern Ireland but my ASDA deliveries have a minimum spend of £25. This offer says minimum spend £40. But good find many thanks !! I have just checked and it seems £25 without pass but if you sign up for the yearly pass minimum is £40



Must be your region. I know my local is £40 minimum as stated in this.
#26
It's "back".... fantastic news.
#27
It really depends on your local store. Our local Asda store is not too bad but get the odd problem. Tesco comes from a store that is not our local one and really is awful. We gave up with it. Had deliveries that never came, came while we were out and a card left saying they came at the time suppose to (even though we got home 30mins before the slot to find a card saying they came with a time 30mins in the future) and often the fresh rolls had boot prints in them. The final straw was only half our shopping was delivered. When we complained we were told the rest was at the store 20 miles away if we wanted to collect it!

At £2.50 a month you only have to have shopping delivered once a month to make it worth while.
1 Like #28
Price is good! But they always seem to miss things out from my order!
#29
ycsb
bazza1603
I have just switched to Tesco and on there free trials.
Sick of Asda to be honest so worth £2.50 more. We spend more going to the shops replacing missing items!
Totally agree. Since switching to tesco about 2 months ago I think I have had 1 substitute item whereas with asda it's was about 3 a week. Tesco offer better 1 hour delivery slots too.

And Tesco's fruit lasts more than 1 day compared to the tat that Asda sells and don't even get me started on their Indian contact centre.

Edited By: burhaan7777 on Aug 31, 2016 17:36
#30
So how much is actually taken from your account each month just the 2.50
1 Like #31
Stephtink1980
So how much is actually taken from your account each month just the 2.50
Am pretty sure you have to pay the £30.00 in advance
#32
Min spend is £25 before pass and £40 with pass.I'm out.
1 Like #33
Thank OP signed up and paid for the first delivery now looking forward to friday and then next friday..... hope this eliminates me leaving the house to go grocery shopping since it is a pain and embarrassment picking, packing, loading, unloading. will still go asda every now and then for a walkabout and just getting the items i like to see and buy rather than picking boxed items that are always the same. no brainer. Great Find. It would also be great for the mrs. to not go asda with the newly born and pick items while holding the baby. Wont mind substitutes either since i have a choice to return them when not happy.

Edited By: aeykeay on Sep 06, 2016 14:07
#34
Seems about right really, been getting so many items missing, or substituted recently, it's barely worth even that.

Voted hot, as it is a good deal to some.
#35
Great deal!
#36
I have this and it utterly terrible - only two hourly slots available - always late even for such a generous time slot, always loads of subs - I spend more going to top up my shopping ! Maybe that's their evil strategy!
1 Like #37
Asda and tesco's have a downfall on morrisons and Ocado, due to the fact Ocado have a 25year deal with Morrison for doing there home delivery service, in which case none of the products are picked In store, they are picked in a gigantic warehouse with lots of volume so it minimises subs and missing items, also you get 1hour time slot which are normal on time unless due to heavy traffic or any other reason. So when you see a morrisons van it not from local store it's from an Ocado spoke which and dotted around country and can travel up to 200miles on one full van based on travel around a region e.g north west, south east etc. Asda good priced etc but home delivery service is way behind.

Edited By: jaylee88 on Sep 14, 2016 06:53: Spelling error
#38
Thanks for this info........I've just contacted Tesco to see if they can price match their anytime delivery saver to Asdas ( I'm a loyal Tesco shopper) but surprisingly they told me they were unable to!
Oh well I guess it's time to give Asda a try! (Bad move Tesco)
(By the way, Tesco want £60 as opposed to Asda at £30!!!!)

Edited By: millcat on Sep 27, 2016 10:47
#39
millcat
Thanks for this info........I've just contacted Tesco to see if they can price match their anytime delivery saver to Asdas ( I'm a loyal Tesco shopper) but surprisingly they told me they were unable to!
Oh well I guess it's time to give Asda a try! (Bad move Tesco)
(By the way, Tesco want £60 as opposed to Asda at £30!!!!)


I did the same, was really surprised when they said they could not do anything. Probably spend £2k on groceries a year and they would not knock £30 off to meet the Asda price.
#40
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