Asda Anytime Delivery Pass Half price. Was £60 NOW £30.
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Asda Anytime Delivery Pass Half price. Was £60 NOW £30.

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Found 24th May 2016
Asda Delivery Saver - Annual Anytime Pass. Half price. Was £60 NOW £30.
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I pay on a rolling one, £2 a month. £30 in one go is far from a deal.
Danze1984

I pay on a rolling one, £2 a month. £30 in one go is far from a deal.



It is 1/2 the normal price so it is a deal! I can't speak on your current deal, however, if you can point us towards where I can buy this I would be delighted to do so. The standard price for an ANYTIME delivery pass is normally £5 pcm (£60 p/a). As for the one off payment - I'm afraid that's part of the deal.

I pay on a rolling one, £2 a month. £30 in one go is far from a deal.



Is that for the Midweek Tuesday - Thursday delivery pass? This is for the 'Anytime' delivery pass.

Is that for the Midweek Tuesday - Thursday delivery pass? This is for the … Is that for the Midweek Tuesday - Thursday delivery pass? This is for the 'Anytime' delivery pass.


It's for any time, I tend to get it Saturday morning. It does have a £40 minimum spend though.
Edited by: "Danze1984" 24th May 2016
Excellent timing thanks
all good the comments be nice if op could sort out a proper link as does not work currently X)
Have you got a link to the half price option?
Found it. You have to sign in to get the £30 option.
basil1234

all good the comments be nice if op could sort out a proper link as does … all good the comments be nice if op could sort out a proper link as does not work currently X)



I'm really sorry. This is the second deal I've posted so I don't know how to do it. Can you please advise and I will do so?
Looking to make my first foray into the world of online groceries.

I think there are quite a number of people that are looking into doing the same - but don't know the differences/benefits of one over the other.

So I'm asking for any input members can provide, helping us to compare and choosing the best online grocery/shopping solution.

Tesco/Iceland/Asda/Ocado etc. etc.

Open question to all
here it is at the bottom of the page and have to sign in to get it once click buy it button. with a £40 minimum spend on the shop

https://groceries.asda.com/asda-webstore/pages/delivery_pass/ltr.shtml#delivery_pass_listing

put the above in opening post be easier

basil
Edited by: "basil1234" 24th May 2016
I purchased an anytime delivery pass with Asda just before Christmas last year. I currently pay the fiver a month. I have therefore six months experience with this company. Now I might be lucky because where I live in Stevenage we have a large Supercentre Asda and that provides us with the luxury of more choice and avaliblilty. Through experience I have found the earlier the delivery in the day the less chance there is on substitute products. However a lot of the time this has not been an issue for me whenever an order arrives throughout the day. We tend to accept most of the subs, and the delivery staff are actually very nice and polite. Would I recommend, well certainly where I live yes but I've read other comments on other forums saying quite the opposite. For the price on offer now it's a steal. Online shopping saves you time, hence why I do it. Hope this helps.

Looking to make my first foray into the world of online groceries.I think … Looking to make my first foray into the world of online groceries.I think there are quite a number of people that are looking into doing the same - but don't know the differences/benefits of one over the other.So I'm asking for any input members can provide, helping us to compare and choosing the best online grocery/shopping solution.Tesco/Iceland/Asda/Ocado etc. etc.Open question to all

Iceland for value, tesco for choice, sainsbury or ocado if you're loaded, asda if you only want 50% of your order delivered
you'll be lucky if your groceries arrive at all with these muppets

Looking to make my first foray into the world of online groceries.I think … Looking to make my first foray into the world of online groceries.I think there are quite a number of people that are looking into doing the same - but don't know the differences/benefits of one over the other.So I'm asking for any input members can provide, helping us to compare and choosing the best online grocery/shopping solution.Tesco/Iceland/Asda/Ocado etc. etc.Open question to all



I've been doing my grocery shopping online for years now and this is what I've found -

Asda - Hopeless - Loads of substitutes, Any items grabbed off the shelf - Short shelf lives - Delivery's usually late

Tesco - Very reliable - very rarely are items missing - they pick the items with the longest dates but they charge more online for products than the other stores or even compared to visiting their local stores.

Iceland - Pretty impressed I have to say - Spend £35 for free delivery - they don't sell delivery passes. Bargain prices. Very limited delivery slots with large windows (2 hour slots+) but great for stocking the freezer.

Ocado don't deliver to me but used Waitrose a few times and they were brilliant. Hardly anything ever substituted and on the occasion they didn't have an item I ordered I got one that cost double for the same price. Even the drivers are extremely polite and offer as much help as you need. Great but pricey!
What about: mysupermarket.co.uk.

They mention deliveries on their website.

Does anybody use this delivery service and how does it compare (or is there something I've misunderstood). I can't find a phone number for them to call up and ask.
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