Get shopping delivered free at iceland with £20 spend
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Get shopping delivered free at iceland with £20 spend

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LocalFound 23rd Jan 2016
Price dropped from £25 to £20 for free home delivier
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To use to be £35 for free delivery at my iceland!
mod
Is this store specific? nice find by the way
L0u33z

To use to be £35 for free delivery at my iceland!


They emailed out today that £35 had reduced to £30 for online ordering but only for 2 weeks to 4/2.

I'd presume OP's £25->£20 offer is an in-store offer - ie where YOU shop in the store but THEY take your in-store basket home for you rather than you lugging it (while still frozen) - eg so you don't end up planning your shopping trip to go to Iceland last before heading home or having to struggle with bulky/cold items on public transport.

PS Don't forget chance of £back when ordering online - eg 5% Quidco apparently (tho website still at £35 level).




Edited by: "mk-donald" 23rd Jan 2016
Online orders have delivery free for £30 until 5th February, instead of £35.
Showing as £30 for me at Ely
Thanks, I'm planning an online shop and only really use Iceland as a top-up (if I do a full shop there I get fat, lol). My son loves the frozen kebab meat, for some strange reason.
Yes I have been emailed £30
Yes - for online delivery it is reduced from £35 to £30 for free delivery. If you shop instore and get the food delivered, it has been reduced from £25 to £20 for free delivery.
It's always been £20 for free delivery from Heron's, however they don't do on-line, and it's also store specific I gather....
It's 20 pound in store and 35 online
jenbobs

It's 20 pound in store and 35 online


It is £20 in store & £30 online... £5 off minimum spend on both for a limited time.
Even better
Hot - only downside is you need to have the embarrassment of everyone seeing an beaten up Iceland van delivering to your house
Edited by: "red23" 24th Jan 2016
Love this offer. I don't shop there myself but it's brilliant for people like my Mum in-law who doesn't have access to a car and can't lug all her shopping home on foot.
red23

Hot - only downside is you need to have the embarrassment of everyone … Hot - only downside is you need to have the embarrassment of everyone seeing an beaten up Iceland van delivering to your house



Then order it to the house next door who you know will be out at delivery time, then seem to be a good neighbour when you offer to save their shopping for them.

Or just don't be a snob.
Iceland currently have the best frozen pizza I have ever tasted and I'm a pizza snob.
groceries.iceland.co.uk/ice…184
Original Poster
Icelands am highstreet shops so even wen u have a car its sum times very hard to carry all ur shopping down the highstreet to ur car so home deliver is so much easier
beckiieevans

Icelands am highstreet shops so even wen u have a car its sum times very … Icelands am highstreet shops so even wen u have a car its sum times very hard to carry all ur shopping down the highstreet to ur car so home deliver is so much easier



back to school kid.
red23

Hot - only downside is you need to have the embarrassment of everyone … Hot - only downside is you need to have the embarrassment of everyone seeing an beaten up Iceland van delivering to your house



​What, a 2014 Mercedes..?
beckiieevans

Icelands am highstreet shops so even wen u have a car its sum times very … Icelands am highstreet shops so even wen u have a car its sum times very hard to carry all ur shopping down the highstreet to ur car so home deliver is so much easier



Sorry mate , is a tank top or a new bra ?
scott_safc

It's always been £20 for free delivery from Heron's, ...



Interesting. Storks charge a fortune.
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red23

back to school kid.



Wats tht ment to mean
red23

Hot - only downside is you need to have the embarrassment of everyone … Hot - only downside is you need to have the embarrassment of everyone seeing an beaten up Iceland van delivering to your house



what a snob. I live on a private estate, and have seen Iceland vans delivering in my street. hell I've even seen my neighbours shopping in Aldi. Nobody cares these days, as everyone just wants value for money.
beckiieevans

Wats tht ment to mean



exactly what i was asking when i read your comment
Store dependent look at the image. Must be desperate for custom.
red23

Hot - only downside is you need to have the embarrassment of everyone … Hot - only downside is you need to have the embarrassment of everyone seeing an beaten up Iceland van delivering to your house



Snobby cokend - Iceland are great!
Just like the snobs who go to Asda with their M&S bags sad people!
beckiieevans

Price dropped from £25 to £20 for free home delivier

Home delivery? if yer lucky...If Icelands don't close your local store,as they did mine (Amersham, on Dec 31st) , and stop home delivery a MONTH beforehand, and that was a month before XMAS in my case. Arrange to cover from next nearest store (High Wycombe) , miss the 2 hour delivery slot by 90 minutes, only then to deliver "frozen" items already thawing out, then cut THAT "service", only to send me a "please give us another chance with home delivery" email. Bottom line?, A very good deal...when it works, but everything points to the fact that Icelands couldn't organise a **** up in a brewery
omendata

Snobby cokend - Iceland are great!Just like the snobs who go to Asda with … Snobby cokend - Iceland are great!Just like the snobs who go to Asda with their M&S bags sad people!



Now THAT'S being a snob, you actually pay attention to what bag people re-use?

Enjoy your frozen junk food.
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