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do morrisons do home delivery?

footyboyfootyboy

as above.. and how much is p&p?
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    Babbabooey
    footyboy
    no help
    greyparrot
    not that i know of but i wish they did.
    Babbabooey
    footyboy
    no help


    The Morrisons website is no help?? Lol. Dont you think if they did do delivery it would be on their website?
    heatherw_01
    No they don't
    berni888
    No they don't but perhaps if enough people petition them for it, they might consider?
    hankmarvin4
    They dont deliver, and dont think they would post your shopping either!
    suze
    suze5 years, 11 months ago #8Show comment tools Reply
    No, they defo don't but I wish they did
    Taksim_Red
    My girlfriend wishes they would. But the discount codes we use for Tesco's make it much cheaper to use them instead.
    lola67
    no they dnt wish they did though.
    alternate
    apparently they plan to do online orders some time next year (later rather than sooner). Info from a shareholder earnings call.

    Before they do they seriously need to employ some more staff in the stores.

    Edited By: alternate on Nov 08, 2011 23:12
    roberthooper1939
    It appears that Morrisons are reluctant to invest in home deliveries. This will be a shame. My own small, but growing town of Stamford in Lincolnshire, is now served with a Waitrose, a Tesco Metro, a newly refurbished Lidl, and a very soon to be opened (end November 2011) brand new Sainsbury.
    I would like to continue shopping with Morrisons, but as I get older, I am feeling the need to start my grocery shopping online., and if Morrisions continue to keep their corporate necks in the sand, they will inevitably lose out to those local competitors who do deliver.
    And if we lose our Morrisons, it will not be because we have failed them. We will have been loyal to them, allowing them to prosper for well over 10 years here in Stamford.
    It will be a great shame, unless of course, they decide to become competitive in this important matter of home deliveries.
    csiman
    lola67
    no they dnt wish they did though.

    you joined up to answer a question already answered 2 years ago! oO
    MiiCK
    ^ as above xD but anyways, i did a price check with my asda receipt recently and morrisons were £12 more expensive! why would you want to shop there....serrrrrrriously.
    csiman
    MiiCK
    ^ as above xD but anyways, i did a price check with my asda receipt recently and morrisons were £12 more expensive! why would you want to shop there....serrrrrrriously.

    better quality meat & veg for starters, cleaner stores and even the clientèle are a step up from the asda mob ;)

    seriously, asda meat is the worst of the worst, closely followed by tesco in my experience. Morrisons fish counters are excellent as well.
    Kitten13
    MiiCK
    ^ as above xD but anyways, i did a price check with my asda receipt recently and morrisons were £12 more expensive! why would you want to shop there....serrrrrrriously.


    For the things I actually buy, asda always works out more expensive. And the quality of the fresh food is terrible in asda, so I would rather pay more and get better quality food. asda is ok if you live off frozen goods.

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