Walkers Crisps 9p a pack - 40 packs of Walkers crisps for £3.60 @ asda (Using Asda Price Guarantee) - HotUKDeals
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Here you simply need to put together an Asda apg 'shop' which includes 2 x Walkers crisps 20 packs, both Meaty and Variety will work.

The Asda price will compare to Morrisons and give you 10% back plus the difference.

Which means you get them for £3.60 a pack.

9p a packet of crisps, that's what we crispaholics wait for.

You need minimum 8 items to make an apg purchase, popular items include 10p sweets, single tomatoes, sprouts, grapes, carrots, small ginger pieces, potatoes - or the UHT milk usually compares like for like as do the £1 4 pint fresh milks.
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HTH fellow crispaholics.

Submit receipts here http://www.asdapriceguarantee.co.uk/
Check prices for your other items on mysupermarket http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Shopping/FindProducts.aspx?Query=fresh%20milk%20

You need to ensure that Asda is NOT cheaper than Morrisons for the item you choose, as you'll get the difference back + 10% on top.

Ie if you buy a cheaper item in Asda vs Morrisons, you'll lose out.
You can use any of these 10p sweets as your filler items to make up the minimum quantity of 8 items http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Shopping/FindProducts.aspx?Query=sweets&Store=ASDA&Sort=Price
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For the sake of 40p i think id rather just go to morrisons than check prices of multiple items in both stores to "save" a tiny amount
For the sake of 40p i think id rather just go to morrisons than check prices of multiple items in both stores to "save" a tiny amount

The thing is, if you like crisps, you'd stock up 3 months supply when they're 9p a pack.

So the saving is more like £20 depending on how many crisps you eat.
Woo baby! 9p a packet!
Is it just me or is anyone else sent to Asda when you click to get deal??
That's because the deal is @ Asda, funnily enough
Misleading - you get a voucher discounting the difference on your next shop, you are still paying the higher price first.

Edited By: Mattitude on Aug 10, 2014 18:38
Not misleading in any way. The APG mechanism is referred to in the title and in subsequent posts.
I still wouldn't count that as a deal making it that price though, but I guess we'll have to agree to disagree.

Apologies for the thread spoiling, I guess it's simply me nitpicking at details that depend upon personal opinions.
No problem.

You can get your money back in 3 hours so you don't need to hang around long.

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