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Ocado - FREE delivery for 1 year & £20 OFF your 1st shop.

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£20 of your 1st shop at Acado and free next day delivery for 1 year using code VOU6860087 - minimum spend £80 but checks out at £60 after using code. Used today for purchasing Xmas spirits which w… Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
Instructions:£20 of your 1st shop at Ocado and free next day delivery for 1 year using code VOU6860087 - minimum spend £80 but checks out at £60 after using code.

Used today for purchasing Xmas spirits which were already cheaper than anywhere else in a lot of brands.

They also have some nice BOGOF and Half price offers on grocery essentials .

I'm a tight **** and even I thought it was a good offer - hope someone finds it useful.

Code expires 2nd Jan 2017
- Robbo11
 
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You can do the extra £5 'trick' by unsubscribing to their marketing
also £6+ tcb/quidco
not voting as this is always on

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#1
Do you mean Ocado?
#2
Yes , sorry I'm new to this so unsure how to edit.
I'll try and sort it now.
#3
it's ocado not acado :)
2 Likes #4
Think I've updated correctly now. X)
5 Likes #5
You can do the extra £5 'trick' by unsubscribing to their marketing
also £6+ tcb/quidco
not voting as this is always on
3 Likes #6
I accidentally voted cold, how do you revert this on the mobile app?
1 Like #7
I've done that myself before. I'm not sure it can be reverted. ;)
1 Like #8
Never seen this before. Thanks for posting.
#9
thewongwing101
You can do the extra £5 'trick' by unsubscribing to their marketing
also £6+ tcb/quidco
not voting as this is always on
So, I missed the recent £25 code and went ahead with the £20 deal for my first shop, with £20 offer available for at least a couple more shops. However, would the same be true if I unsubscribed from the marketing emails to try to trigger the £25 offer, or is it too late now having completed my first online trolley dash?
#10
cookiefaerie
thewongwing101
You can do the extra £5 'trick' by unsubscribing to their marketing
also £6+ tcb/quidco
not voting as this is always on
So, I missed the recent £25 code and went ahead with the £20 deal for my first shop, with £20 offer available for at least a couple more shops. However, would the same be true if I unsubscribed from the marketing emails to try to trigger the £25 offer, or is it too late now having completed my first online trolley dash?
Couldn't say for sure best thing is to have a play and find out
1 Like #11
Well my 1st shop arrived this morning - great service and my Xmas spirits have never worked out so cheap. <3
#12
Does the free delivery for a year have a minimum spend?
2 Likes #13
kkcc
Does the free delivery for a year have a minimum spend?

£40 I believe.
#14
Every order has to be over £60, £80, or £40? To be free, I mean.
#15
Ocado is more expensive than Tesco or Sainsburys, so don't understand who would use it.
3 Likes #16
SpyJoe
Ocado is more expensive than Tesco or Sainsburys, so don't understand who would use it.

They price match Tesco (_;)
1 Like #17
Yep, I'll have a tinker.

thewongwing101
cookiefaerie
thewongwing101
You can do the extra £5 'trick' by unsubscribing to their marketing
also £6+ tcb/quidco
not voting as this is always on
So, I missed the recent £25 code and went ahead with the £20 deal for my first shop, with £20 offer available for at least a couple more shops. However, would the same be true if I unsubscribed from the marketing emails to try to trigger the £25 offer, or is it too late now having completed my first online trolley dash?
Couldn't say for sure best thing is to have a play and find out
3 Likes #18
SpyJoe
Ocado is more expensive than Tesco or Sainsburys, so don't understand who would use it.
I'd definitely order from them again. Good service all round (excellent delivery guy), even if an item was out of stock on a multi-deal, very easy to refuse the other item and it was taken off automatically.
I've found Ocado to be brilliant on price for many, many things - undercutting the other stores on loads of good products, offering excellent-value fruit and veg (for weight and price), and some amazing multi-buy and special offers. I wasn't suckered in on them, I specifically wanted to shop with them for the offers I'd been eyeing up. With those and this code, it was a bit of a steal.
1 Like #19
Thanks OP
1 Like #20
Serialkillerz82
Not working for £60 for me

Re read the OP's description...
2 Likes #21
Serialkillerz82
Not working for £60 for me
Minimum order of £80, apply the voucher for £20 off to make it £60 or whatever the total amount after discount is. Look in the multi buy and special offers sections for some inspiration perhaps. Enjoy!
1 Like #22
Nice, thanks OP. Went with the xmas booze option.
1 Like #23
My order is being delivered tomorrow. Thank you! :)
2 Likes #24
SpyJoe
Ocado is more expensive than Tesco or Sainsburys, so don't understand who would use it.
Not sure how you work that out as the price match on the essentials. I've done shops with same/similar items at Tesco's and Sainsburys and they pretty much work out roughly the same.
1 Like #25
SpyJoe
Ocado is more expensive than Tesco or Sainsburys, so don't understand who would use it.
Not that different, cheaper with £20 off voucher and free delivery
#26
I used this code and got £20 off but how do I get the free delivery for a year bit? Is it automatic or do I have to activate it somewhere? Thanks for your help.
#27
SamW594
I used this code and got £20 off but how do I get the free delivery for a year bit? Is it automatic or do I have to activate it somewhere? Thanks for your help.


They'll update you within a few days via email with your code used for free shipping.
#28
Is there a minimum spend (e.g. £60) for each online shopping to get a free delivery for a year or can you spend less and still qualify for free delivery? I understand the first order must be over £80 to get £20 off but what about subsequent orders? Thanks
1 Like #29
nat311
Is there a minimum spend (e.g. £60) for each online shopping to get a free delivery for a year or can you spend less and still qualify for free delivery? I understand the first order must be over £80 to get £20 off but what about subsequent orders? Thanks


£40 minimum spend for each shop.
It's still surprising how quick the basket mounts up to £40 when a lot of offers are as competitive as high street supermarkets.
#30
stef232
nat311
Is there a minimum spend (e.g. £60) for each online shopping to get a free delivery for a year or can you spend less and still qualify for free delivery? I understand the first order must be over £80 to get £20 off but what about subsequent orders? Thanks
£40 minimum spend for each shop.
It's still surprising how quick the basket mounts up to £40 when a lot of offers are as competitive as high street supermarkets.

Thanks. That's true, hard to resist good deals :)
1 Like #31
thewongwing101
You can do the extra £5 'trick' by unsubscribing to their marketing
also £6+ tcb/quidco
not voting as this is always on
still works thanks for reminding me!
1 Like #32
Shame I already ordered before. Love Ocado's ( and Morrisons do them also) FLASH sales. If you keep changing the day, you get loads of flash sales from every day...Mostly fresh items at 40-50 or even 60% off...Happy shopping every one..:-)
#33
hjm
Shame I already ordered before. Love Ocado's ( and Morrisons do them also) FLASH sales. If you keep changing the day, you get loads of flash sales from every day...Mostly fresh items at 40-50 or even 60% off...Happy shopping every one..:-)

How do you get flash sales? New to online food shopping :)
#34
nat311
[quote=hjm] Shame I already ordered before. Love Ocado's ( and Morrisons do them also) FLASH sales. If you keep changing the day, you get loads of flash sales from every day...Mostly fresh items at 40-50 or even 60% off...Happy shopping every one..:-)
How do you get flash sales? New to online food shopping :)[
You get the option before you check-out. But there is a way of getting loads more but too long to explain on here..
If you want to know more,
give me your email address and I explain...
#35
hjm
nat311
[quote=hjm] Shame I already ordered before. Love Ocado's ( and Morrisons do them also) FLASH sales. If you keep changing the day, you get loads of flash sales from every day...Mostly fresh items at 40-50 or even 60% off...Happy shopping every one..:-)
How do you get flash sales? New to online food shopping :)[
You get the option before you check-out. But there is a way of getting loads more but too long to explain on here..
If you want to know more,
give me your email address and I explain...

Oh yes, I've seen it now during check out, not many flash deals coming up but I guess I could add a few in the basket, then go back and check for more and remove previous ones :)
#36
nat311
hjm
nat311
[quote=hjm] Shame I already ordered before. Love Ocado's ( and Morrisons do them also) FLASH sales. If you keep changing the day, you get loads of flash sales from every day...Mostly fresh items at 40-50 or even 60% off...Happy shopping every one..:-)
How do you get flash sales? New to online food shopping :)[
You get the option before you check-out. But there is a way of getting loads more but too long to explain on here..
If you want to know more,
give me your email address and I explain...
Oh yes, I've seen it now during check out, not many flash deals coming up but I guess I could add a few in the basket, then go back and check for more and remove previous ones :)
If you keep clicking on BASKET every time you put in the flash sales, ( put all but one inyou get about 20-30 depends. Sometimes less, sometimes more. Then you change the day, then do it again. If you change days 4 times you have had them all. Then delete the ones you don't want. The next day you do the same all over again...Don't forget to delete though .Good luck.
#37
Shockingly expensive, even taking the £20 voucher into account!

I did a comparison on mysupermarket, Aldi £76.45, Asda was £79.37 and Ocado was £95.26 !!
1 Like #38
Sphere
Shockingly expensive, even taking the £20 voucher into account!

I did a comparison on mysupermarket, Aldi £76.45, Asda was £79.37 and Ocado was £95.26 !!


Like I said , great value for Booze and then top up with offers, I wouldn't expect any supermarket to beat a like for like shop with Aldi plus you need to consider your comparing current offers and not ones that were available in December when this deal was posted.
Enjoy spending your days comparing supermarket Baskets, the dark nights must fly by in your home. oO
#39
Tried to do a shop but I could hardly find anything that I thought was a good deal even with £20 off and even looking at all the offers & flash sales. The prices are absolutely outrageous.
#40
ellybendi
Tried to do a shop but I could hardly find anything that I thought was a good deal even with £20 off and even looking at all the offers & flash sales. The prices are absolutely outrageous.


Good for booze at Xmas though oO

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