2 x Colgate max white expert toothpaste FREE (-60p?) via Quidco Clicksnap Plus Asda Price match
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2 x Colgate max white expert toothpaste FREE (-60p?) via Quidco Clicksnap Plus Asda Price match

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Found 26th May 2017
Buy 2x Colgate Max white 75ml toothpaste at Asda for £6 each plus 6 other comparable items.

Claim £6 back from quidco clicksnap

Claim £6 (£6.60 with 10%?) voucher from Asda price match website as the toothpaste is currently £3 per tube in Sainsburys according to mysupermarket.co.ukmysupermarket.co.uk/sai…tml?TrackingCode=51.OoWmeZW_K0uKYl0667F1jg).

Not tested but should work.
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COLD - You still end up paying £5.40 for both toothpastes, as you only can claim £6 back from Quidco ClickSnap.

It is NOT £3 in Sainsburys for the same toothpaste.
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amz84uk

COLD - You still end up paying £5.40 for both toothpastes, as you only … COLD - You still end up paying £5.40 for both toothpastes, as you only can claim £6 back from Quidco ClickSnap. It is NOT £3 in Sainsburys for the same toothpaste.



It is according to mysupermarket - I have not been in to check.

mysupermarket.co.uk/sai…1jg
Edited by: "m1chaels" 26th May 2017
Wild goose chase, waste money doing this!
amz84uk

COLD - You still end up paying £5.40 for both toothpastes, as you only … COLD - You still end up paying £5.40 for both toothpastes, as you only can claim £6 back from Quidco ClickSnap. It is NOT £3 in Sainsburys for the same toothpaste.




And yet my family and i have successfully bought 12 tubes between us over the last few days for a profit of £3.60 because the comparison is accurate

In some asda stores they scan at £1.50 so you can get £6 cashback for a £3 spend


Edited by: "aau1" 26th May 2017
philouk

Wild goose chase, waste money doing this!



Hardly. You obviously just don't understand the deal
m1chaels. You say to buy 6 other comparable items. That's not correct.

You need 8 different items or more.

Also they have to be listed on the asda.com website

None of the other items have to compare with sainsburys, just the toothpaste

If you do buy comparable items then your £6.60 voucher will either decrease, stay the same or increase

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aau1

m1chaels. You say to buy 6 other comparable items. That's not correct. … m1chaels. You say to buy 6 other comparable items. That's not correct. You need 8 different items or more. Also they have to be listed on the asda.com websiteNone of the other items have to compare with sainsburys, just the toothpasteIf you do buy comparable items then your £6.60 voucher will either decrease, stay the same or increase


Thanks for the clarification, I knew it was min 8 items. I know people buy 1 carrot, 1 onion, 1 banana etc.
m1chaels

Thanks for the clarification, I knew it was min 8 items. I know people … Thanks for the clarification, I knew it was min 8 items. I know people buy 1 carrot, 1 onion, 1 banana etc.



I used to do that but my store has stopped selling loose carrots and loose ginger.

This time around i just got 8 different muller lights and the toothpaste. It's unbelievably easy but some people are just too closed-minded to even consider this way of shopping
How do the APG vouchers work? Are they automated till spits? Or you have to go to a pc, add receipt details and print at home? (like old style tesco price match)
chemeng

How do the APG vouchers work? Are they automated till spits? Or you have … How do the APG vouchers work? Are they automated till spits? Or you have to go to a pc, add receipt details and print at home? (like old style tesco price match)




How does the Asda Price Guarantee work?

From the Asda website - http://asda-grocery.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail_grow/a_id/1547

There are 3 steps to get started:

Step 1 - Shop as normal

You need to buy at least 8 different items, of which at least 1 must be comparable. Remember to keep your receipt if you shopped in store.

Step 2 - Check online

Visit asdapriceguarantee.co.uk to see what the comparable items in your grocery shopping would have cost at other supermarkets.
Enter your receipt details to compare your shop, or login to your online account to compare your 3 most recent orders.

Step 3 - Compare the difference

If we're not 10% cheaper than Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons or Waitrose on your comparable grocery shopping we'll give you a voucher for the difference to use next time you shop. If you are an in-store customer, you'll need to have an ASDA.com account to be able to claim your voucher. Register at groceries.asda.com/
aau1

I used to do that but my store has stopped selling loose carrots and … I used to do that but my store has stopped selling loose carrots and loose ginger. This time around i just got 8 different muller lights and the toothpaste. It's unbelievably easy but some people are just too closed-minded to even consider this way of shopping



I think you could have got away with just 6 Mullers plus the 2 toothpastes (if you chose 1 x cool mint and 1 x soft mint), because only 8 different items are needed.
I looked at this offer already... me thinks you can't do your maths
Works as described as I did this already (with APG for 60p profit).

You can claim the same offer on ClickSnap and Checkoutsmart too, so long as you buy them on separate receipts.
2minutenoodles

I looked at this offer already... me thinks you can't do your maths



To me it looks like £6 back from ClickSnap + £6.60 (approx.) + back from Asda, subject to minimum 8 different product purchase. The 'approx.' is because the actual Asda refund price depends upon the price differences of the other 6 items compared to the price matched retailer). How do you see the maths working?
MakingIt

I think you could have got away with just 6 Mullers plus the 2 … I think you could have got away with just 6 Mullers plus the 2 toothpastes (if you chose 1 x cool mint and 1 x soft mint), because only 8 different items are needed.



I know but variety is the spice of life lol

Also they are 8 for £4 in A and 50p each in S so you make 60p profit for the toothpaste and an extra 40p for the mullers
2minutenoodles

I looked at this offer already... me thinks you can't do your maths



Who are you addressing?
Did this at asda today, bought one of each toothpaste, 5 x 25p cadburys kids chocs for £1 and a bottle of milk, asda price gurantee refunded £6.71
Worked for me also having bought a few grocery essentials, will encourage me to use the price match in the future, never bothered before
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