Glitch - 20% Off when Spending £30 on Men's clothing working on orders under £30 at George/Asda.
300°Expired

Glitch - 20% Off when Spending £30 on Men's clothing working on orders under £30 at George/Asda.

18
Found 13th JunMade hot 13th Jun
Just been looking on the George website, and discovered that adding any of the "save 20% when spending £30" products are adding straight into the basket with 20% off.

Example below, adds to the basket at £6.40.

direct.asda.com/geo…tml

18 Comments

Pretty sure this has been posted already got a few items yesterday

Editor

Thanks OP, nice spot!

Should be a min spend of £30 on this, but I tested an item at just £3.00 and it worked! PLUS, works on top of existing offers ( items on 3 for £10 / 2 for £15 offer)


Edited by: "millarcat" 13th Jun

Original Poster

The.Ghostbuster

Pretty sure this has been posted already got a few items yesterday



Only one I could find was someone telling people to order over £30 worth and then return what they didn't need!

TheUrbis

Only one I could find was someone telling people to order over £30 worth … Only one I could find was someone telling people to order over £30 worth and then return what they didn't need!



Could be I had just noticed that when I added them to the basket they were discounted individually and when I remove stuff I didn't need the discount wasn't removed

Good post, ordered some slippers. Is it just me though or are Asda and even Sainsburys clothes very "dad style".... as a 36 year old bloke they all look like they're picked for 50 year old men who get their clothes brought for them by their wives....

morpheus10 m ago

Good post, ordered some slippers. Is it just me though or are Asda and …Good post, ordered some slippers. Is it just me though or are Asda and even Sainsburys clothes very "dad style".... as a 36 year old bloke they all look like they're picked for 50 year old men who get their clothes brought for them by their wives....


Define Dad style?

morpheus

Good post, ordered some slippers. Is it just me though or are Asda and … Good post, ordered some slippers. Is it just me though or are Asda and even Sainsburys clothes very "dad style".... as a 36 year old bloke they all look like they're picked for 50 year old men who get their clothes brought for them by their wives....



I've been noticing that about alot of retailers recently not just asda all clothes seem to be quite old fashion or dad style as you say maybe it's the "in thing" right now but there very few design I like in clothes atm btw I'm 26 for reference so I'm not the aforementioned 36 year old dad type lol

Original Poster

The.Ghostbuster

I've been noticing that about alot of retailers recently not just asda … I've been noticing that about alot of retailers recently not just asda all clothes seem to be quite old fashion or dad style as you say maybe it's the "in thing" right now but there very few design I like in clothes atm btw I'm 26 for reference so I'm not the aforementioned 36 year old dad type lol



Well, half of their t shirts have Dad on them currently.

Thanks for this ! couple of fathers day items ordered !!!

Well I'm 46 and still not into the Dad style, most supermarkets tend to have a very limited and dull selection but I love the socks from Asda so heat added from me. X)

Not working for me even if I add £30 worth of goods.

It's not taking any discount of my basket? Anyone else having the same problem?

Drat - too late, shows I shouldn't browse. Had a few things I was thinking off, but the page open to show my dad when he's around, but offer has finished now. If I put £30 worth in my basket it takes off the 20%, but not individually.

Original Poster

Rudess

Duplicate. Original posted yesterday : … Duplicate. Original posted yesterday : http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asda-george-20-off-when-spend-30-menswear-20-deducted-from-each-item-can-return-2715442



Not really?

That is telling people to buy £30 worth and return the rest?

It's working now. Just got £6 odd off, spent over £30 though.

TheUrbis

Not really? That is telling people to buy £30 worth and return the rest?




Oh jeez I hope thats not a new trend for posts like that... you can ALWAYS do that... with any retailer that offers discount when spending xxxx.... don't need a deal posted for each one however!

Not working now
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text