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Instructions:Keep your receipt for any transaction of 8 comparable items or more in Asda. Input the transaction number on the Internet and if your shopping is cheaper (checked by mysupermarket) in tesco, sainsburys or morrisons you get a voucher for the difference plus a penny off each item.

Essentially making Asda THE cheapest supermarket!

Live from tomorrow. See leaflets instore for details.

As an example, if you buy a crate of beer for £10 then check the price and it's £8 in morrisons, you get a unique print-off voucher for £2. Ideal if you see an offer on HUKD for another retailer and can't get there ;)
 
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#1
you could save a few pounds then lol
banned#2
we have been here before, supermarket often have packets of slighty differing sizes just like electrical shops have forever changing model numbers

Asda themselves could do all this for you, they can search and change the prices
considering the huge price increases last year, the current rollback still needs to go a lot further
#3
Really? That'd be fab if its true - I like shopping in ASDA but then have to go to Tesco and Sainsburys for the other bargains that I find on here! This will save some pennies hopefully.
#4
Yea definitely true. And I agree with u jubbyme however it's still a great deal for the many thousands of branded items which the supermarkets stock of the same size. Just a heads up ;)
banned#5
Well, it might help a few people, and people to see it, and save a few bob
Hot from me, as it wont hurt to keep your eyes peeled, like the one for
Heinz Baked Beans 415g. 64p per tin or buy 3 get 3 free @ Morrisons,
#6
Thats amazing, although wonder if it is also true on offers such as bogof, also I can see this causing the same prices accross supermarkets.
#7
Tbh I'll probably just use it for beer lol. It's a good idea it'll be interesting to see how it's implemented and whether there'll be any niggley t&c's. Will update tomorrow when I get a leaflet.
[mod]#8
Keep your receipt for any transaction in Asda. Input the transaction number on the Internet and if any items are cheaper (checked by mysupermarket) in tesco, sainsburys or morrisons you get a voucher for the difference plus a penny off each item.

Live from tomorrow. See leaflets instore for details.

As an example, if you buy a crate of beer for £10 then check the price and it's £8 in morrisons, you get a unique print-off voucher for £2. Ideal if you see an offer on HUKD for another retailer and can't get there ;)


Do you have a link to where on the internet you can do this and print the voucher?
I'm sure the info is on the leaflet that you have
We really need a specific link for this
Thanks
1 Like #9
Just found this article:

http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sector/retailing/article7109880.ece

From today, customers will be invited to visit Asda’s website to enter a code found on receipts. The website, using data from Mysupermarket.com, will calculate whether their shopping would have been cheaper at Tesco, Sainsbury’s or Morrisons. If so, shoppers will be refunded the difference, up to a maximum of £25 a month.
#10
Sorry andy, as stated above when I get the leaflet I will post more details, and as stated above this doesn't go live until tomorrow so I don't believe the leaflets have been released yet; they may even be available from midnight. Sorry to disappoint.
#11
Thank you stacey613 :)

Only £25 a month though :( I suppose it's better than a kick in the teeth!
[mod] 1 Like #12
lpwhite
Sorry andy, as stated above when I get the leaflet I will post more details, and as stated above this doesn't go live until tomorrow so I don't believe the leaflets have been released yet; they may even be available from midnight. Sorry to disappoint.


OK, I'll not move to Misc, but as soon as anyone has the actual voucher link/info could they post the link in here please so we can add the url? Thanks
Asda website is vast and will be like looking for a needle in a haystack otherwise :thumbsup:
#13
andywedge
OK, I'll not move to Misc, but as soon as anyone has the actual voucher link/info could they post the link in here please so we can add the url? Thanks
Asda website is vast and will be like looking for a needle in a haystack otherwise :thumbsup:


Ok, thanks :)
1 Like #14
About time something like this happened. Absolutely maddening when the thing you want is clear off the shelves in one Supermarket, and twice the price in another!
Brilliant find...a true Hukd Deal!
#15
Bal Sangeezer
About time something like this happened. Absolutely maddening when the thing you want is clear off the shelves in one Supermarket, and twice the price in another!
Brilliant find...a true Hukd Deal!


Too true.

And thanks hopefully it'll save people a couple of quid here and there on things they'd be buying regardless.
1 Like #16
Here is the site:
ASDA price guarantee not live yet it seems. Deal itself goes live at 8 tomoro morning.

Asda will give you a voucher for the value of the difference, plus 1P!!! (I believe it does not apply to GM items-TVs, DVDs, stationery, George and ASDA own brand products).

Somebody was saying that ASDA might simply increase their prices slightly above their competitor's then prompt the customer to check the price guarantee site. The customer will be issued with a voucher for the value of that difference plus 1p then use it in ASDA again. Therefore the money gets recycled through the company-I believe it could be the case but it depends a lot on competitors' prices: Should they decide to take a big hit on a promotional item then the equation changes, whereby ASDA could stand to make small or no profit at all.
#17
cheapest supermarket guaranteed :thumbsup:
#18
Well, regardless of how this ends up working, its unlikely to change our shopping habits. Do majority of shoping in ASDA anyway as its the most convenient, so a few extra pennies here and there won't go amiss. However, as now, if there's some decent codes around for Tesco, I'll put an online order through. It'll hopefuilly save on special trips to make the most of cheap booze offers etc.

Wonder if this will work for online groceries as well...
#19
Potentially a great deal.
[Moderator]#20
andywedge;8473462
OK, I'll not move to Misc, but as soon as anyone has the actual voucher link/info could they post the link in here please so we can add the url? Thanks
Asda website is vast and will be like looking for a needle in a haystack otherwise :thumbsup:

Try this link :)
ASDA Price Guarantee
#21
we have no morrisons anywhere near here, so say morrisons have a good deal, asda will still match/beat them?! or is it like a supermarket within catchment etc.. ?
#22
samwants2save
we have no morrisons anywhere near here, so say morrisons have a good deal, asda will still match/beat them?! or is it like a supermarket within catchment etc.. ?


Doesn't seem to have any restrictions.
Having said this, would Mysupermarket.co.uk have an up-to-date repertoire of prices..I dunno.

Taken from asda site:

If you order your shopping online it’s even easier. Once you’ve completed your order you’ll be able to see straight away how it compares to other supermarkets and if you can claim we’ll send you an e-voucher that you can use against your next online order.

Some key facts about the Asda Price Guarantee:

* Mysupermarket.co.uk checks the cost of your shopping at Asda against what you would have paid at our three largest competitors: Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s.

* Mysupermarket.co.uk has strict rules about what products are “like-for-like” so that they can ensure fair comparisons between supermarkets. That means around 70% of all grocery sale items at Asda are included in the comparison.

* If you have items in your basket that aren’t available at other supermarkets – or that are a different size or weight – they won’t be included in the price comparison. Around 10% of products at Asda are unique to the store and therefore are not included in the price checker.

* An additional 20% could be comparable but not without changes to strict trading standards regulations. For example, Asda Brand Pickled Onions, Asda Brand Frosted Flakes Cereal, Asda Brand Broccoli and Cauliflower Florets and Asda Brand Ardennes Pate cannot be included due to small differences in the size of packets.

* Our price guarantee includes items on promotion, such as “2 for £1”, “3 for 2” and “buy one get one free” but does not include promotions such as “buy strawberries and get cream free” where it is difficult to make a fair comparison.

* Products can only be compared if there are like for like products at all of the competitor supermarkets. If there are comparable products at Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s but not Morrisons, out of fairness they cannot be included in the price checker.

* You have 28 days to check the price of your shop from the date of purchase. If you qualify for a money-off coupon you must redeem it at any Asda store within 28 days of issue.

* Non grocery categories are not currently covered in the Asda Price Guarantee and include Home, Electricals, Furnishings, Garden, Entertainment, Hardware, Sports, George, Kiosk, Jewellery, Pharmacy, Optical, Fuel, Photo-processing and Dry Cleaning and all online only products including financial services, flowers, mobile, travel and gifts.

* You will not be able to claim a refund for more than £25 in any month nor make more than 10 claims in any month per household. If you have returned any items that are on your receipt you will not be able to compare prices for those items.


For more information and to start using the Asda Price Guarantee go to [url]www.asda.com/priceguarantee[/url]

[mod]#23
bigflump
Try this link :)
ASDA Price Guarantee


Nice on Mr Flump
I've added a link that does the job for now :thumbsup:
#24
From reading that I now have a new query in my mind...is this going to be done on a product by product basis, or just your basket total?

I'm guessing the latter, which would contradict the title of the thread. Som say you bought ten items, nine of which were 1p more in ASDA, but one of which was 9p cheaper, they would say your shopping was the same price at both places. If you bought the tenth product on a seperate transaction you would get 10p back, but as it is you don't.
banned#25
muffinman;8473951
From reading that I now have a new query in my mind...is this going to be done on a product by product basis, or just your basket total?

I'm guessing the latter, which would contradict the title of the thread. Som say you bought ten items, nine of which were 1p more in ASDA, but one of which was 9p cheaper, they would say your shopping was the same price at both places. If you bought the tenth product on a seperate transaction you would get 10p back, but as it is you don't.

very good point! Its basically a useless guarantee if it is worked out on a basket basis.
#26
Site looks live now, so if anyone has a receipt, can they give it a go, and let us know the result?
[helper]#27
I have a receipt from last week im taking it that wouldnt work? x
#28
people do understand/notice the roll back is now jus a way for them to put up prices, what they do is put the price up then the same day "roll back" to a price lower that it was originally (the day before) and then when the roll back ends the price is higher than it was before

apart from from that, hot from me
#29
i'm liking asda even more!

this is a great deal. its like instore when you buy something & the price is wrong, they'll give you the difference AND £2 on a gift card!

we always do our shopping at asda. find it cheaper & better than others (although go early as they never seem to fill during the day!) and thats coming from me, a dept supervisor in morrisons! hardly ever shop at work as own brand stuff are disgusting & prices just keep going up!
#30
an error

Morrisons does not partake on mysupermarket.co.uk

I usually shop at Waitrose so one may see potential savings
#31
If you regularly shop in Asda this is a good deal, as you can check your receipt at home each time and claim back any price differences to use on your next shop. The Morrisons prices are only updated twice a week on the website, so it's likely it won't detect new deals very quickly.

However, if you already know something is cheaper in Morrisons, Tesco's or Sainsbury's, this isn't really a deal unless you can't get to the other places. As you have to first buy the item in Asda at the higher price, go home, enter the details in the website, print a voucher for the difference, then go back to Asda and buy the item again using the voucher. So you haven't actually got the item any cheaper, only the second time you buy it!
banned#32
james4809;8474393
If you regularly shop in Asda this is a good deal, as you can check your receipt at home each time and claim back any price differences to use on your next shop. The Morrisons prices are only updated twice a week on the website, so it's likely it won't detect new deals very quickly.

However, if you already know something is cheaper in Morrisons, Tesco's or Sainsbury's, this isn't really a deal unless you can't get to the other places. As you have to first buy the item in Asda at the higher price, go home, enter the details in the website, print a voucher for the difference, then go back to Asda and buy the item again using the voucher. So you haven't actually got the item any cheaper, only the second time you buy it!

1. Morrisons isnt even in this offer.

2. How do you know you can match on a single product? The website implies it a price match on your entire shop.

E.G.

Buy 2 product As at £1 on BOGOF at Asda (£1 each at tescos)

At the same time, buy 2 products Bs at £1 each at Asda (£1 each at tescos but on BOGOF offer)

Therefore, the entire basket from each store would be £3. This deal is only any good if you can then claim £1 refund from Asda for product B. The website implies to me that you cannot do this.
#33
Good deal if you shop at Asda but we never go near the place. Our local store is full of chavs and scumbags, its the last place i'd do my shopping! Also, I don't believe for one minute that Asda is the cheapest supermarket or ever will be. As said above, Morrisons isn't on mysupermarket so how can they compare prices?
#34
csiman
1. Morrisons isnt even in this offer.

2. How do you know you can match on a single product? The website implies it a price match on your entire shop.

E.G.

Buy 2 product As at £1 on BOGOF at Asda (£1 each at tescos)

At the same time, buy 2 products Bs at £1 each at Asda (£1 each at tescos but on BOGOF offer)

Therefore, the entire basket from each store would be £3. This deal is only any good if you can then claim £1 refund from Asda for product B. The website implies to me that you cannot do this.


Strange that Morrisons is listed here...

http://www.asdapriceguarantee.co.uk/

Again, here they say Morrisons prices are collected independently twice a week...

http://www.asdapriceguarantee.co.uk/Administration/Questions-and-answers.aspx

Then here they say Morrisons is not included...

http://your.asda.com/2010/4/27/how-our-new-asda-price-guarantee-works

You can claim on a single product if you put through the items you know are cheaper elsewhere on a separate receipt. Not that difficult really.
#35
galareho
Good deal if you shop at Asda but we never go near the place. Our local store is full of chavs and scumbags, its the last place i'd do my shopping! Also, I don't believe for one minute that Asda is the cheapest supermarket or ever will be. As said above, Morrisons isn't on mysupermarket so how can they compare prices?


Two ASDAs near me, and one is kind of exactly how you describe...there's a noticible improvement in the other one that is located in the posher area of town though. No prizes for the one we go in.

Agreed that Morrisons don;t show on mysupermarket, but that might just be because they don't do home delivery. If you think about it, Waitrose isn't listed as Waitrose, it's listed as its home shopping arm, Ocado.

Some of the adverts comparing supermarkets have included Morrisons in the past, so perhaps mysupermarket are checking Morrisons but just don't make it available on their website.
#36
Just put through a receipt from two days ago.

No indication of how it did the comparison, but the supermarkets it gave a comparison for were Tesco, Sainsburys and Morrisons. Just gave the total difference in price, no products mentioned.
It would seem there have to be at least 8 products that it can compare in order to give you the comparison price (It couldnt give me a price for Tesco).

Needless to say, ASDA came out on top against Sainsburys and Morrisons.

The best way to make the most of this, as someone above touched on, would be to compare your shopping list yourself on mysupermarket, print off a split shopping list at the end and rather than having to go to two supermarkets, just make sure you do the two lists on seperate transactions (bearing in minfd the rule about at least 8 comparable products available)
#37
Also concerned about this term:
"Products can only be compared if there are like for like products at all of the competitor supermarkets. If there are comparable products at Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s but not Morrisons, out of fairness they cannot be included in the price checker."

This would mean, for example, doesn't matter if Tesco are selling something for half the price of Asda and Morrisons, if Sainsbury's don't happen to stock it then you don't get a price match! Seems a good get out clause; in effect you're only getting a price match on a complete shop (basket/trolley) AND only on popular items. These would likely be the ones that many of the supermarkets try and keep price parity on anyway! Remember also that non-groceries aren't included.

Didn't at one point Asda offer to price match ANY item if you had proof of competitors price (advert or receipt)? I remember seeing the signs. They might have withdrawn it later on; well, guess they did given this is a worse offer.

To be fair this offer is better than nothing, and at least it's easy to do the price check; so you're not losing out if you shop there anyway. It's just not as good an offer as it at first sounds.
#38
g0ddard
people do understand/notice the roll back is now jus a way for them to put up prices, what they do is put the price up then the same day "roll back" to a price lower that it was originally (the day before) and then when the roll back ends the price is higher than it was before

apart from from that, hot from me


yes i have noticed it loads recently

example

15 pk of diet coke cans was always £5, then it was 'rolled back' to £4, then after the 'rollback' was put up for £5.50 and at the moment is on special offer of £3, will see how much it goes back up after that

also do it on dvds loads were £3 then suddenly 'rolled back' to £5 :?
banned#39
james4809;8474889
Strange that Morrisons is listed here...

http://www.asdapriceguarantee.co.uk/

Again, here they say Morrisons prices are collected independently twice a week...

http://www.asdapriceguarantee.co.uk/Administration/Questions-and-answers.aspx

Then here they say Morrisons is not included...

http://your.asda.com/2010/4/27/how-our-new-asda-price-guarantee-works

You can claim on a single product if you put through the items you know are cheaper elsewhere on a separate receipt. Not that difficult really.

It clearly states price comparison is on a basket of at least 8 items so this deal is nothing special to me as any BOGOF savings from asda in a basket will then count against any comparison on the other goods you have bought.

Or have to spend time researching prices before you go shopping and then have two different baskets ate the till and then have to try to reclaim the price differences. Far too much hassle for my liking.
#40
If it sounds too good to be true... it usually is...

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