As many deliveries as you like for From £10 a month plus 1000 clubcard points
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As many deliveries as you like for From £10 a month plus 1000 clubcard points

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Found 30th Aug 2012
£60 for 6 months
£36 for 3 months

May help someone. I will be ordering daily !!!

TESCO - We've just launched Delivery Saver – our new Grocery subscription service. With a one-off payment Delivery Saver lets you wave goodbye to delivery charges every time you shop.

From just £10 a month†, you can have a delivery every day~ if you wish!

You can choose from all available slots at no extra cost and gain priority access to Christmas slots**. Plus if you sign up before 9th September you can collect up to 1000 bonus Clubcard points^.

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One off payment
Choose the delivery slots that suit you regardless of cost
Minimum order value of just £40
Shop as often as you like with up to one delivery per day

Yeah, assuming that the normal delivery charge is about £3-£4, you'd have to spend over £120 every month to make it worthwhile. It may be OK for some, but not for everybody.

I will be ordering daily !!!

Over £40 every day?! That's at least £14,600 a year on shopping. You must be loaded.

Damn was hoping I could order a single mars bar and they'd deliver it.

Original Poster

Okay, every other day, not loaded!

Min order value of £40 is harsh for something that is pre-paid. A monthly limit on deliveries would be better, like how 'unlimited' broadband is sometimes 'limited'.

Quietus

Yeah, assuming that the normal delivery charge is about £3-£4, you'd have … Yeah, assuming that the normal delivery charge is about £3-£4, you'd have to spend over £120 every month to make it worthwhile. It may be OK for some, but not for everybody.


cheapest slot is £3 but if you have to work 9 - 5 its more like £6 so can be quite a saving

If the min spend wasn't so high I'd do this. We already have the Ocado delivery pass, but rarely use it because I prefer to buy little and often rather than big loads at a time.

Don't think this deserves to be going cold. It will save some people some cash, therefore it's a 'hot' deal. I didn't see any legal requirement to purchase so if you don't think it will save you money I think you will be ok not to purchase.

Hot from me.

its good, 1000 points is £10?

i order 2-3 times a month but always get the £3.50 slots = £10.50

id like them to do cheap rate for people who cant get out like old people

if the minimum spend was £20 and subscription £5 could see this getting hot, but at moment, not really a saving, unless you do more than 4 orders a month, guaranteed, every month. Its basically breaking even.
Edited by: "oceanic" 30th Aug 2012

Thanks for posting OP.

Where does it say about the 1,000 points please? I can't see it.

We do one £100 shop a week with them so that's £0 for delivery. Would be nice to split it into maybe 6-10 shops a month, which would cost a lot of money without this, but it still isn't worth £10 for that possibility.

if you have a £3 del slot every week,this saves you £18 over 26 weeks
£6 del slot saves saves £96!
i've done it,cos i like to save money!

biggysmalls

if you have a £3 del slot every week,this saves you £18 over 26 weeks£6 de … if you have a £3 del slot every week,this saves you £18 over 26 weeks£6 del slot saves saves £96!i've done it,cos i like to save money!



A £3 delivery slot each week for 26 weeks = £78
A £6 delivery slot each week for 26 weeks = £156

So, this is indeed a £18 saving or a £96 saving. Until you consider the fact that to achieve an £18 save, you must spend a minimum of £1040, which, under absolute optimal circumstances, gives you a 1.7% saving. This figure is so close to the borderline as to be negligible, and will probably become a loss, as you find yourself obliged to add superfluous items to bring the price of a shopping load up to the £40 threshold. The £96 against £6 slots is a slightly more respectable 9% saving, although, again, you will probably end up losing out due to the £40 minimum forcing you to buy more. In either case, you're paying 6% more for your food than you would if you were buying in person. You're also restricting yourself to a single outlet with prices that aren't particularly hot, losing further money by losing your freedom to shop around.

Tesco are a smart bunch. They're not going to do something unless it benefits them more than it benefits you.

dxx

A £3 delivery slot each week for 26 weeks = £78A £6 delivery slot each we … A £3 delivery slot each week for 26 weeks = £78A £6 delivery slot each week for 26 weeks = £156So, this is indeed a £18 saving or a £96 saving. Until you consider the fact that to achieve an £18 save, you must spend a minimum of £1040, which, under absolute optimal circumstances, gives you a 1.7% saving. This figure is so close to the borderline as to be negligible, and will probably become a loss, as you find yourself obliged to add superfluous items to bring the price of a shopping load up to the £40 threshold. The £96 against £6 slots is a slightly more respectable 9% saving, although, again, you will probably end up losing out due to the £40 minimum forcing you to buy more. In either case, you're paying 6% more for your food than you would if you were buying in person. You're also restricting yourself to a single outlet with prices that aren't particularly hot, losing further money by losing your freedom to shop around.Tesco are a smart bunch. They're not going to do something unless it benefits them more than it benefits you.

i know i'm not saving much,70p per week,but it has allowed me to be more flexible when choosing delivery slots(i now usually have sun am at £6,instead of tues pm at £3),and as a bulk shopper of genuine offers for a family of 5 i often find that i remove items to keep my bill down to between £40 and £50 anyway,allowing me to shop in other stores like Aldi for my fresh produce.
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