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Tesco Grocery slots for Wed 23rd Dec £6.00

£6.00 @ Tesco
Tesco.com grocery delivery slots have just gone out for deliveries the day before Christmas Eve - Wednesday 23rd December. £6.00 each which is £4 cheaper than Ocado who have Tesco price matching.
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
Tesco.com grocery delivery slots have just gone out for deliveries the day before Christmas Eve - Wednesday 23rd December.

£6.00 each which is £4 cheaper than Ocado who have Tesco price matching.
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Thanks will order me shop now!
#2
Useful to know. Thanks very much.
#3
You'll find they substitute loads of your items I imagine.
#4
Been using Tesco Online for years now.

Generally speaking, so long as you order a few days in advance, do NOT change the order in the 48hour period up until the order and you do not have a afternoon or evening delivery slot, the chances of subsituting are low.

After alot of last minute next day evening orders and hundreds of other varying orders the reasons are obvious, they can obviously order from a regional warehouse what they need in advance, ordering last minute means what you might not be in stock same applies to editing at the last minute (Tesco let you edit an orderup to around 4am for a order that is coming at 9am+ that same day)

So general rule of thumb give them as much time as possible from order to delivery and don't edit.

Tesco Delivery might not be as nice/reliable as Ocado/Sainsburys, but they are better than Asda believe me, they are, at this point, the biggest online grocer on the planet and importantly for me, they refund you if they deliver outside of your delivery slot, which if in the afternoon/evening on Fri/Sat/Sun is likely.

Hot from me, I'll be keep an eye out for New Years too :)
banned#5
hardly a deal lol
#6
csiman;7089245
hardly a deal lol


I thought so too, however, I've just gone online and booked my slot, so it was useful for me!
#7
schizoboy
Been using Tesco Online for years now.

Generally speaking, so long as you order a few days in advance, do NOT change the order in the 48hour period up until the order and you do not have a afternoon or evening delivery slot, the chances of subsituting are low.

After alot of last minute next day evening orders and hundreds of other varying orders the reasons are obvious, they can obviously order from a regional warehouse what they need in advance, ordering last minute means what you might not be in stock same applies to editing at the last minute (Tesco let you edit an orderup to around 4am for a order that is coming at 9am+ that same day)

So general rule of thumb give them as much time as possible from order to delivery and don't edit.

Tesco Delivery might not be as nice/reliable as Ocado/Sainsburys, but they are better than Asda believe me, they are, at this point, the biggest online grocer on the planet and importantly for me, they refund you if they deliver outside of your delivery slot, which if in the afternoon/evening on Fri/Sat/Sun is likely.

Hot from me, I'll be keep an eye out for New Years too :)


It doesnt work like that at all, change your order as you wish it makes no diffrence what substtutes you get, its a free for all with normal customers and online customers.
#8
Yes the less important customers can now book their slots. :x quick everyone, run to line Tesco's pockets.

Tesco very unfairly offered priority slots to some customers a few days ago. According to posts on MSE, Some of those customers weren't even regular online customers. Very unfair. I believe it should be first come first served. Also they put their delivery prices up Christmas week. I usually pay £3 on a Wednesday but they doubled it to £6 :shock:

Tesco have lost out on my £200+ Christmas shop as I'm fed up with them and have booked with Sainsburys. Sainsburys have kept their delivery prices the same so as my order will be over £100 it will be delivered free! :santa:
banned#9
jb66;7089732
It doesnt work like that at all, change your order as you wish it makes no diffrence what substtutes you get, its a free for all with normal customers and online customers.

he was referring to the stores automatic stock forecasting. Persoanlly, I edit right up to the last minute and have no problems with substitutes anyway as they charge the original product price and you generally get better goods :thumbsup:

Sometimes I order stuff which I just know they wont have stock of just to get better products :-D
banned#10
Loopy Lobes;7089767
Yes the less important customers can now book their slots. :x quick everyone, run to line Tesco's pockets.

Tesco very unfairly offered priority slots to some customers a few days ago. According to posts on MSE, Some of those customers weren't even regular online customers. Very unfair. I believe it should be first come first served. Also they put their delivery prices up Christmas week. I usually pay £3 on a Wednesday but they doubled it to £6 :shock:

Tesco have lost out on my £200+ Christmas shop as I'm fed up with them and have booked with Sainsburys. Sainsburys have kept their delivery prices the same so as my order will be over £100 it will be delivered free! :santa:

only ok if sainsburys charge the same prices which they dont

I always shop via mysupermarket cos then you know from ocado/sains/tesco/asda which will be the cheapest. I generally only buy branded goods so I know its not a quality price difference
#11
csiman
only ok if sainsburys charge the same prices which they dont

I always shop via mysupermarket cos then you know from ocado/sains/tesco/asda which will be the cheapest. I generally only buy branded goods so I know its not a quality price difference


I buy mostly own brand and there's not much difference, Sainsburys are more expensive with some items and vice versa. I'm also an offer buyer so which ever supermarket I use I will scoop up the offers and plan my weekly menu around them. I've always assumed Tesco were the cheapest of the two with better offers but after looking at Sainsburys website they have lots of BOGOF's etc.
banned#12
Loopy Lobes;7090009
I buy mostly own brand and there's not much difference, Sainsburys are more expensive with some items and vice versa. I'm also an offer buyer so which ever supermarket I use I will scoop up the offers and plan my weekly menu around them. I've always assumed Tesco were the cheapest of the two with better offers but after looking at Sainsburys website they have lots of BOGOF's etc.

you sound like me lol

just got back from tescos with 10 extra large chickens (finest range at half price) :-D
#13
csiman
you sound like me lol

just got back from tescos with 10 extra large chickens (finest range at half price) :-D


You must have a big freezer! I keep nagging the other half to get us a big chest freezer in the garage so I can get more bargains!
#14
only £3.50 delivery @ asda
#15
[COLOR="Red"]Remeber, if your ordering things on offer, check the expiery date of the offers, as you will be charged the price instore on the day. [/COLOR]
banned#16
Loopy Lobes;7090055
You must have a big freezer! I keep nagging the other half to get us a big chest freezer in the garage so I can get more bargains!

oh yes, saves a fortune really. my garage looks like a tesco express store lol
banned#17
nono2522;7090370
[COLOR=Red]Remeber, if your ordering things on offer, check the expiery date of the offers, as you will be charged the price instore on the day. [/COLOR]

they warn you about items out of offer on delivery date when you check out
#18
Loopy Lobes;7089767
Yes the less important customers can now book their slots. :x quick everyone, run to line Tesco's pockets.

Tesco very unfairly offered priority slots to some customers a few days ago. According to posts on MSE, Some of those customers weren't even regular online customers. Very unfair. I believe it should be first come first served. Also they put their delivery prices up Christmas week. I usually pay £3 on a Wednesday but they doubled it to £6 :shock:

Tesco have lost out on my £200+ Christmas shop as I'm fed up with them and have booked with Sainsburys. Sainsburys have kept their delivery prices the same so as my order will be over £100 it will be delivered free! :santa:


Interesting, I'm tempted to do the same now If i'm honest...
#19
all slots will be full no matter what so shopping with sainsburys will not hurt tesco. If it was like last year loyal customers get first pick of delivery slots which I think makes sense

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