Asda Christmas Bonus Saving Gift Card (Max Bonus 5% Or £15) @ Asda Instore
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Asda Christmas Bonus Saving Gift Card (Max Bonus 5% Or £15) @ Asda Instore

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Starts at 17/11/2019Available: NationalPosted 6th Oct
What bonus will you get?
In 2019, you need to have saved the qualifying amount by 5pm on the bonus date, 17th November 2019. The bonus will automatically be paid out by 8am on Monday 18th November 2019, so you don’t even have to do anything to claim your bonus!

Save £280+ and receive a £15 bonus
Save £230-£279 and receive a £12 bonus
Save £180-£229 and receive a £9 bonus
Save £130-179 and receive a £6 bonus
Save £80-£129 and receive a £3 bonus
Save £30-£79 and receive a £1 bonus
If you save just £1.73 a week from the start of January until the bonus day in November then you will have saved £83 towards Christmas (including the £3 bonus), and if you saved £6.08 per week from January until the bonus day in November then you will have saved £295 towards Christmas (including the full £15 bonus).

Please note: You can save a maximum of £485 on your Christmas Savings Card, (you only need to save £280 on a card to result in the £15 bonus being rewarded). There is no limit of cards per customer.
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So spend £280 and get 5% off

Or

Buy similar products at Aldi and save 20-40%, every single time
Edited by: "steve123uk" 6th Oct
Better off shopping around in different stores to save more money.
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Iceland bonus card is better
Edited by: "19DembaBa19" 6th Oct
Better off shopping around in different stores to save more money.
So spend £280 and get 5% off

Or

Buy similar products at Aldi and save 20-40%, every single time
Edited by: "steve123uk" 6th Oct
steve123uk06/10/2019 09:01

So spend £280 and get 5% offOrBuy similar products at Aldi and save …So spend £280 and get 5% offOrBuy similar products at Aldi and save 20-40%, every single time


...and get to wait in a checkout queue for so long that you can effectively give up your house and save even more money on rent/mortgage!
steve123uk06/10/2019 09:01

So spend £280 and get 5% offOrBuy similar products at Aldi and save …So spend £280 and get 5% offOrBuy similar products at Aldi and save 20-40%, every single time


You cant buy half of your stock from aldi such as cereals and crisps as they taste yuk and cerial are smaller boxes making them a expensive buy
steve123uk06/10/2019 09:01

So spend £280 and get 5% offOrBuy similar products at Aldi and save …So spend £280 and get 5% offOrBuy similar products at Aldi and save 20-40%, every single time


And face the daunting task to beat the check out guy at packing the goods faster than they scan on those tiny counters
Works out great for us as hubby gets double discount at the end of November/mid December so the money I've saved in my high interest account gets used to buy 2 of these cards the week before cut off date & earn more money 😁 ready for xmas clothes, presents, switch games & foooood 😁
mam2cam06/10/2019 09:55

Works out great for us as hubby gets double discount at the end of …Works out great for us as hubby gets double discount at the end of November/mid December so the money I've saved in my high interest account gets used to buy 2 of these cards the week before cut off date & earn more money 😁 ready for xmas clothes, presents, switch games & foooood 😁


How do u get double discount?
He works there
steve123uk06/10/2019 09:01

So spend £280 and get 5% offOrBuy similar products at Aldi and save …So spend £280 and get 5% offOrBuy similar products at Aldi and save 20-40%, every single time



Not sure what you buy in Aldi but don't find them really much cheaper than other supermarkets anymore, not like they were a few years ago .
mam2cam06/10/2019 09:55

Works out great for us as hubby gets double discount at the end of …Works out great for us as hubby gets double discount at the end of November/mid December so the money I've saved in my high interest account gets used to buy 2 of these cards the week before cut off date & earn more money 😁 ready for xmas clothes, presents, switch games & foooood 😁


+1, but it's my wife who works at asda and I won't be buying Switch games as I don't own one! But it's a no brainer just use some savings as its much better than interest rates
goldy1206/10/2019 10:20

Not sure what you buy in Aldi but don't find them really much cheaper than …Not sure what you buy in Aldi but don't find them really much cheaper than other supermarkets anymore, not like they were a few years ago .


Yes years ago they concentrated on basic value items but now the seem to be pushing "Luxury" stuff which is basically priced around the same as its competitors
col1106/10/2019 10:38

Yes years ago they concentrated on basic value items but now the seem to …Yes years ago they concentrated on basic value items but now the seem to be pushing "Luxury" stuff which is basically priced around the same as its competitors


Agreed. What I like about Lidl and Aldi is the very reason others don't ... their shops are relatively small and there is little choice. I don't go down the middle isles so my shopping bill is reduced, not on what I buy, but more because of what I don't.
grex910106/10/2019 09:49

...and get to wait in a checkout queue for so long that you can …...and get to wait in a checkout queue for so long that you can effectively give up your house and save even more money on rent/mortgage!


Really? No matter how long the queue in our local Aldi stores, you're usually through in no time at all.

I'm no loyal Aldi fanboy, but there's some misrepresentation of their product on this thread. Yes, Aldi are pushing out many more premium versions of items, but always alongside a cheaper (but ok quality) version. And these products are welcome, there's obviously a massive market for them, and they are cheaper than competitors' premium versions.
Try their coco pops copies they taste much better than Kellogg’s, their granola, tuna, own brand bread tasted good too, free range eggs reasonably priced. I used to be a brand snob everything was Kellogg’s, Cadbury’s, but now find a lot of Aldi /Lidl stuff actually tastes better than the branded stuff and the prices are much more reasonable no need to constantly look for special offers and even then branded stuff is still expensive.
A101581806/10/2019 11:27

Try their coco pops copies they taste much better than Kellogg’s, their g …Try their coco pops copies they taste much better than Kellogg’s, their granola, tuna, own brand bread tasted good too, free range eggs reasonably priced. I used to be a brand snob everything was Kellogg’s, Cadbury’s, but now find a lot of Aldi /Lidl stuff actually tastes better than the branded stuff and the prices are much more reasonable no need to constantly look for special offers and even then branded stuff is still expensive.


I never used to like 'cheap' chocolate, but Aldis 'Dairy Fine' range is really nice.
Have topped up four of these up to 280 this year. Don't forget Tesco Christmas savers also
I already have 4 of these... It used to be max of £150... to get £6 bonus.

So I used to spend £6 on each card just before the cut off time and it would add £6 back on to my card after the cut off time.
So am I correct in saying...with this new system I can just leave my card with £150 on and after the cutoff time it will credit me with a £6 bonus??
cheers..
Ashe06/10/2019 08:46

Well, not if you shop at ASDA.


I shop at ASDA but I save more at Iceland
jscwan06/10/2019 13:43

I already have 4 of these... It used to be max of £150... to get £6 b …I already have 4 of these... It used to be max of £150... to get £6 bonus.So I used to spend £6 on each card just before the cut off time and it would add £6 back on to my card after the cut off time.So am I correct in saying...with this new system I can just leave my card with £150 on and after the cutoff time it will credit me with a £6 bonus??cheers..


Can I pay in £400.00 and leave it in there for next 10 years to get £150.00 bonus
19DembaBa1906/10/2019 16:09

I shop at ASDA but I save more at Iceland


Perhaps, but I don't think the Iceland bonus card works at ASDA.
I used to shop at Aldi but gave up. I could live with having to go to Aldi, then go to another supermarket to get other stuff but the fruit and veg that Aldi sells seems to have a shelf life of 1/2 day
so can i just £281 to the card now and wait until 18.11.2019 when my £15 bonus will be added and i can use it to pay for online delivery orders or has it got to be used instore? also it states instore only in the title, not possible to get this online? we don't live near a local asda.
Edited by: "mutley1" 43 m ago
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