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Existing Customers - Morrisons Delivery Pass £30 for the whole year instead of £96. Call to Cancel.
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Existing Customers - Morrisons Delivery Pass £30 for the whole year instead of £96. Call to Cancel.

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Posted 23rd Jun 2018Available: National

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Just called up to cancel my delivery pass with Morrisons which usually costs me £8pm.

The operator said that instead of doing that they could offer me the whole year for £30. That is a saving of £66!

This might be worth a try for anyone who has a delivery pass with morrisons!
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Morrisons, the supermarket chain who vowed to take on the big boys with their home delivery scheme and how they would cover the whole country.

4 years later, they still don't deliver to me ..
healthandsafety23/06/2018 20:52

Care to expand the reason...


Bad life span on fruit and veg and sub standard food, used to be good but not anymore
We used to shop Aldi, was fed up of all the off chicken we kept getting. Tried Asda and was sick of substitutes. So far used Morrisons a dozen times and not a single substitution. This is because it all comes from a central hub as opposed to a local shop. The quality is good and the wonky veg is a game changer.
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Shop at ALDI save a ton o money! Try it once!
Morrisons, the supermarket chain who vowed to take on the big boys with their home delivery scheme and how they would cover the whole country.

4 years later, they still don't deliver to me ..
Can't even grasp putting substituted items in one bag then when you refuse it you've to hunt through all the bags
healthandsafety23/06/2018 20:52

Care to expand the reason...


Bad life span on fruit and veg and sub standard food, used to be good but not anymore
Brilliant, just done this and got the £30 rate. Thanks a lot for posting chappie.
TAZMANUK1 h, 56 m ago

Can't even grasp putting substituted items in one bag then when you refuse …Can't even grasp putting substituted items in one bag then when you refuse it you've to hunt through all the bags



And minimum £40 spend. Only £25 at Asda.
MoneyEyes13 h, 32 m ago

Aldi is rubbish


Can’t be worse than Morrison’s can it?
We used to shop Aldi, was fed up of all the off chicken we kept getting. Tried Asda and was sick of substitutes. So far used Morrisons a dozen times and not a single substitution. This is because it all comes from a central hub as opposed to a local shop. The quality is good and the wonky veg is a game changer.
MoneyEyes23/06/2018 20:56

Bad life span on fruit and veg and sub standard food, used to be good but …Bad life span on fruit and veg and sub standard food, used to be good but not anymore


Which planet are you living on? It's quite the reverse: it just gets better and better (notably the fruit and veg) and it's not just a few pence cheaper, it's MUCH cheaper. I suspect your prejudice means that you haven't been in there for years. Don't tell everyone though, it's crowded enough already!
Edited by: "Besford" 24th Jun 2018
Besford24/06/2018 10:31

Which planet are you living on? It's quite the reverse: it just gets …Which planet are you living on? It's quite the reverse: it just gets better and better (notably the fruit and veg) and it's not just a few pence cheaper, it's MUCH cheaper. I suspect your prejudice means that you haven't been in there for years. Don't tell everyone though, it's crowded enough already!


Just don't think the quality is anywhere near ws good as people suggest.

I actually really like morrisons
Amazon NOW must have teamed up with Morrisons and deliver for free over certain amount.
healthandsafety14 h, 3 m ago

Care to expand the reason...


Tastes are subjective, let's move on.
MoneyEyes24/06/2018 10:46

Just don't think the quality is anywhere near ws good as people suggest. I …Just don't think the quality is anywhere near ws good as people suggest. I actually really like morrisons


Few people would agree with you - what's indisputable is the VALUE of Aldi (and Lidl) products.
Besford25 m ago

Which planet are you living on? It's quite the reverse: it just gets …Which planet are you living on? It's quite the reverse: it just gets better and better (notably the fruit and veg) and it's not just a few pence cheaper, it's MUCH cheaper. I suspect your prejudice means that you haven't been in there for years. Don't tell everyone though, it's crowded enough already!


Sorry disagree - I’ve found that Aldi and Lidl fruit & veg have got worse over the years I have shopped there.
healthandsafety14 h, 30 m ago

Shop at ALDI save a ton o money! Try it once!


I will when they catch up and start to deliver to your home
Besford6 m ago

Few people would agree with you - what's indisputable is the VALUE of Aldi …Few people would agree with you - what's indisputable is the VALUE of Aldi (and Lidl) products.


I like lidl just don't like aldi, it's a matter of opinion
I've already paid for their annual pass until jan 2019. The guy on phone said I won't get a partial refund if I cancel now due to myself already having gained more discounts than the price of the pass.

What shall I do now???
How much?
Tesco is 3.65 I think per month off peak lol
Besford3 h, 57 m ago

Which planet are you living on? It's quite the reverse: it just gets …Which planet are you living on? It's quite the reverse: it just gets better and better (notably the fruit and veg) and it's not just a few pence cheaper, it's MUCH cheaper. I suspect your prejudice means that you haven't been in there for years. Don't tell everyone though, it's crowded enough already!


Aldi is terrible for fresh stuff.
acg9897 h, 45 m ago

Amazon NOW must have teamed up with Morrisons and deliver for free over …Amazon NOW must have teamed up with Morrisons and deliver for free over certain amount.


Prime Now do 2hr free delivery over £40 spend for Prime members, but that's fulfilled from a local store as opposed to the central hub for Morrison's own deliveries (I think).
No flash sale items if going through amaozon though?
akexuk7 m ago

No flash sale items if going through amaozon though?


Don't think there will be flash sale ones, but many of the normal promotions are on there.

Amazon stock some Morrison's products themselves which can be cheaper - these are put into a separate basket to the Morrison's sold items though (this means you can use the £10 off £50 code). Or you can go through AmazonFresh with the £20 off £80 with the free trials.
Besford24th Jun

Which planet are you living on? It's quite the reverse: it just gets …Which planet are you living on? It's quite the reverse: it just gets better and better (notably the fruit and veg) and it's not just a few pence cheaper, it's MUCH cheaper. I suspect your prejudice means that you haven't been in there for years. Don't tell everyone though, it's crowded enough already!


I have to disagree, bad quality of fruit and veg at aldi, slightly better at lidl.
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