Ocado £60 First Grocery Shopping for £45 with code & Free (£110 worth ) anytime 1 year delivery pass
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Ocado £60 First Grocery Shopping for £45 with code & Free (£110 worth ) anytime 1 year delivery pass

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Found 23rd May 2017
Ocado £60 First Grocery Shopping for £45 with code

+ Free (£110 worth ) anytime 1 year delivery pass & 10% Off brands

Use code: VOU4742898

Simply register, shop online, and enter the code VOU4742898 by 11.59pm on Fri 26 May

1. 25% off (max £25 discount) when you spend £60 or more. The £60 minimum spend excludes tobacco products, stamps, infant formula, Ocado gift vouchers and food donations. It's worth noting that although alcohol and baby items can contribute to the minimum spend, they won't be discounted - so you can't just stock up on £60 of booze or nappies for £45. As the maximum discount you'll receive is £25, the offer works best on orders between £60 and £100.

2. A free anytime delivery pass, (normally £109.99). Within seven days of receiving your first grocery shop (using the code), your smart pass* will be automatically activated. It'll give you free delivery (norm up to £6.99 depending on your area and delivery time) seven days a week, when you spend £40+. Your first delivery will be free, even though your pass won’t be in action yet.

3. The smart pass also gets you 10% off hundreds of selected brands. Once your smart pass is activated, you'll get an automatic 10% discount on hundreds of branded products (there were 986 when we looked on Fri 12 May - but it can change). As Ocado also price-matches Tesco on many branded goods – and there’s a lot of overlap between the price-matched goods and those with the 10% discount - this is a decent deal.
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Nice find. Thank you.
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its a great offer and these deals have been going for months if not years unfortunately not in my catchment area so im cold
I tried them a couple of years ago and haven't ordered since. Will they class me as a new customer again?

Offer doesn't include baby milk does it?
Would only use ocado if i was disabled and house bound. Rip off prices
linhang90

Would only use ocado if i was disabled and house bound. Rip off prices


I honestly don't find it that expensive. It depends what you buy. I've moved from Asda, to Sainsburys, to Ocado over the last 12 months. I'd say that my bill has increased by probably 10% or so from Asda to Ocado. But the quality of food has increased by much more.
Don't understand this deal. You get 25%discount off your total order or just branded goods
Gmitch2000

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Ha!
linhang90

Would only use ocado if i was disabled and house bound. Rip off prices


Go to lidl if fhat's more you thing.
Ocado do fantastic ranges of vegan and veggie food that I would otherwise have to go to several different supermarkets to get everything. Saves on fuel, my valuable time and is highly convenient.
If price is the only thing that is important to you, coupled with your time available to troll, I think we can all assume the state of your nutrition and health..
Double up with the Amex promo
chiccosanchez

Don't understand this deal. You get 25%discount off your total order or … Don't understand this deal. You get 25%discount off your total order or just branded goods



off the total

all the rest of the words in the OP are just filler, the code offers 25% off total, up to £25 on £100 orders, and free shipping from the delivery saver, smart pass will give you another 10% of BRANDED items, or ones that they allow it on, like waitrose 20% your picks where you cant really pick what you want you have to choose from what they want you too
FamGuy

Go to lidl if fhat's more you thing. Ocado do fantastic ranges of vegan … Go to lidl if fhat's more you thing. Ocado do fantastic ranges of vegan and veggie food that I would otherwise have to go to several different supermarkets to get everything. Saves on fuel, my valuable time and is highly convenient. If price is the only thing that is important to you, coupled with your time available to troll, I think we can all assume the state of your nutrition and health..



Well thats a diabolical reply to say that the likes of Lidl offeriing groceries at cheaper price provide poor nutrition. Had you even carried out any research (or even shopped at the likes of Lidl) you will find that their products offer very good value for money without compromising quality.
ec9wrr

I honestly don't find it that expensive. It depends what you buy. I've … I honestly don't find it that expensive. It depends what you buy. I've moved from Asda, to Sainsburys, to Ocado over the last 12 months. I'd say that my bill has increased by probably 10% or so from Asda to Ocado. But the quality of food has increased by much more.


Its not just the cost. Or even quality. I changed to getting groceries delivered, as it stopped me shopping with my belly and buying stuff I don't need and over eating
But the great thing about Ocado (versus "the others") is that they deliver from distribution centres, not from local stores.
What this means in practical terms is you have way fewer (if any) missing items due to no stock available.
I either have 0 or 1 substitutions per week, mostly 0.
I'll take that convenience over having to go to the shops to get the missing bit everytime.
Oh, and the Ocado app is both brilliant - and available on all platforms - including Windows Phone.


Edited by: "hwangeruk" 23rd May 2017
Ocado is growing 15% yearly which means that online food delivery is the future - they have amazing infrastructure, also fulfill orders for Morisson.
I was interested until I saw the cost of things. Jeez. A quick comparison of three or four of the most common items we buy shows Ocado as almost double the price.

£16/kilo for free range chicken
£12/kilo for lean minced beef

To give you an idea how overpriced this is, you can buy 5 kilos of free range chicken for just over £30 from a butcher, and lean Angus minced beef if about £7/kilo in Aldi. Same stuff, different packaging
OperaUK

Well thats a diabolical reply to say that the likes of Lidl offeriing … Well thats a diabolical reply to say that the likes of Lidl offeriing groceries at cheaper price provide poor nutrition. Had you even carried out any research (or even shopped at the likes of Lidl) you will find that their products offer very good value for money without compromising quality.


It provides poor choice without a doubt, and you'll find nothing like the range of low sodium/low sugar/organic/vegan range of products. If you're lucky you can get some reduced sugar baked beans so I guess it's not all bad....
Thanks
Just placed an order on lots of "offers" & got £15 worth of free goodies & a free tea towel too!
linhang90

Offer doesn't include baby milk does it?



It is illegal to discount baby milk regardless of the retailer.
srichardson1

Just placed an order on lots of "offers" & got £15 worth of free goodies … Just placed an order on lots of "offers" & got £15 worth of free goodies & a free tea towel too!



That tea towel is really bad though, "into the bin after first use" kind of bad quality.
TheAccountant12

It is illegal to discount baby milk regardless of the retailer.



Why is that? Asda' doing some offer on baby milk in store as I saw yesterday
hwangeruk

Its not just the cost. Or even quality. I changed to getting groceries … Its not just the cost. Or even quality. I changed to getting groceries delivered, as it stopped me shopping with my belly and buying stuff I don't need and over eating :)But the great thing about Ocado (versus "the others") is that they deliver from distribution centres, not from local stores.What this means in practical terms is you have way fewer (if any) missing items due to no stock available.I either have 0 or 1 substitutions per week, mostly 0.I'll take that convenience over having to go to the shops to get the missing bit everytime.Oh, and the Ocado app is both brilliant - and available on all platforms - including Windows Phone.



I agree. Plus central distribution means the product has longer before use by / best before dates.
alexc100

I was interested until I saw the cost of things. Jeez. A quick comparison … I was interested until I saw the cost of things. Jeez. A quick comparison of three or four of the most common items we buy shows Ocado as almost double the price.£16/kilo for free range chicken£12/kilo for lean minced beefTo give you an idea how overpriced this is, you can buy 5 kilos of free range chicken for just over £30 from a butcher, and lean Angus minced beef if about £7/kilo in Aldi. Same stuff, different packaging



A whole free range chicken starts from £4.79 a kilo on ocado. Free range chicken breasts £13.83 a kilo. That's less than asda. Not sure where the £16 came from. Still not as cheap as your butcher. But not sure they'll deliver to me in a one hour delivery window.
alexc100

I was interested until I saw the cost of things. Jeez. A quick comparison … I was interested until I saw the cost of things. Jeez. A quick comparison of three or four of the most common items we buy shows Ocado as almost double the price.£16/kilo for free range chicken£12/kilo for lean minced beefTo give you an idea how overpriced this is, you can buy 5 kilos of free range chicken for just over £30 from a butcher, and lean Angus minced beef if about £7/kilo in Aldi. Same stuff, different packaging



Following ec9wrr, lean beef mince on Ocado starts from £8/kilo. Not a big fan of online grocery shopping as well but I do think you are just mess around.
yulu91

Why is that? Asda' doing some offer on baby milk in store as I saw … Why is that? Asda' doing some offer on baby milk in store as I saw yesterday



​Baby milk manufacturers can't be seen to promote formula over breastfeeding. By offering a discount it could persuade some mothers to swap to formula , so it's not allowed.

Promotion is allowed (I think) on follow-on milks
You'd have to be insane to use Ocado if you're a bargain hunter. With the 25% off it just about brings their prices to the every day prices you'll get in other supermarkets. No way is this a deal. Cold.
yulu91

Following ec9wrr, lean beef mince on Ocado starts from £8/kilo. Not a big … Following ec9wrr, lean beef mince on Ocado starts from £8/kilo. Not a big fan of online grocery shopping as well but I do think you are just mess around.



Chicken breast £16/kilo here https://www.ocado.com/webshop/product/Waitrose-Omega-3-Chicken-Breast-Fillets/347334011?from=offers&parentContainer=SEARCHchicken+breast_ADS

Extra lean minced beef £12.46/kilo here https://www.ocado.com/webshop/product/Ocado-Gold-Angus-Lean-Beef-Steak-Mince-5-Fat/283354011?from=search&tags=%7C20000&param=extra+lean+minced+beef&parentContainer=SEARCHextra+lean+minc

Hardly a mess around am I?
linhang90

Offer doesn't include baby milk does it?



What sort of a baby lactates you sicko?
alexc100

Chicken breast £16/kilo here … Chicken breast £16/kilo here https://www.ocado.com/webshop/product/Waitrose-Omega-3-Chicken-Breast-Fillets/347334011?from=offers&parentContainer=SEARCHchicken+breast_ADSExtra lean minced beef £12.46/kilo here https://www.ocado.com/webshop/product/Ocado-Gold-Angus-Lean-Beef-Steak-Mince-5-Fat/283354011?from=search&tags=%7C20000¶m=extra+lean+minced+beef&parentContainer=SEARCHextra+lean+mincHardly a mess around am I?



The above is fine if your butcher supplies Omega 3 Free range chicken? Otherwise the item you should be comparing to is this one:

ocado.com/web…011?from=search&tags=%7C20000&param=free+range+chicken+breast&parentContainer=SEARCHfree+range+chic
That's normal free range chicken for £13.83 a kilo.

The £8 lean minced beef is here:
https://www.ocado.com/webshop/product/Ocado-Lean-Beef-Steak-Mince-5-Fat/77760011?from=offers&parentContainer=SEARCHextra+lean+minc_ADS

Not sure why you're choosing the more expensive ones to compare?
ec9wrr

The above is fine if your butcher supplies Omega 3 Free range chicken? … The above is fine if your butcher supplies Omega 3 Free range chicken? Otherwise the item you should be comparing to is this one:https://www.ocado.com/webshop/product/Waitrose-4-Free-Range-Breast-Fillets/27198011?from=search&tags=%7C20000¶m=free+range+chicken+breast&parentContainer=SEARCHfree+range+chicThat's normal free range chicken for £13.83 a kilo.The £8 lean minced beef is here:https://www.ocado.com/webshop/product/Ocado-Lean-Beef-Steak-Mince-5-Fat/77760011?from=offers&parentContainer=SEARCHextra+lean+minc_ADSNot sure why you're choosing the more expensive ones to compare?



Re. the minced beef, I'm comparing Angus 5% fat minced beef with Angus 5% fat minced beef, which is effectively like for like.

As for the chicken, well, the one you're showing me is £16.29/kilo with 15% off if you buy before 13-06, so it's actually more than the example I gave. Even with the discount it still costs £14/kilo which is almost double that of a local butcher.

I'm not trying to be a knob, but am merely trying to point out that these prices are not competitive and people looking for a good deal need to be aware of that.

Even with the 25% discount it's vastly over-priced
Edited by: "alexc100" 24th May 2017
Ocado offers amongst their own products also waitrose products, lots of vegan options and also ocado delivers fetch products, so you can get the best pet food range with them too. Also ocado offers right now to new customers with their 5th shop free bottle of champagne or box of chocolates. Not sure if thats national and if its a long run offer or just atm.
Edited by: "Intz" 24th May 2017
is it still working as i used the code but no discount showing on my checkout page
just used this to get 3 x coal which is on offer and bottle of Aperol also on offer
alexc100

Re. the minced beef, I'm comparing Angus 5% fat minced beef with Angus 5% … Re. the minced beef, I'm comparing Angus 5% fat minced beef with Angus 5% fat minced beef, which is effectively like for like.As for the chicken, well, the one you're showing me is £16.29/kilo with 15% off if you buy before 13-06, so it's actually more than the example I gave. Even with the discount it still costs £14/kilo which is almost double that of a local butcher.I'm not trying to be a knob, but am merely trying to point out that these prices are not competitive and people looking for a good deal need to be aware of that.Even with the 25% discount it's vastly over-priced



The offer isn't that you have to buy chicken and beef though?
But ok, I agree, they can't beat the price of your local butcher. But as your local butcher doesn't deliver to me in a one hour window for no additional charge. This is a better deal. Same prices as Asda for the items you mention, but with free delivery rather than paying for delivery.
Plus you get 25% off.
And it's not the 13th of June yet so the price I quoted is correct.

I too am not trying to be difficult. It's just that the deal isn't for the items you mention and Ocado isn't as expensive as you'd think. Even on the items you are comparing it's cheaper than Sainsburys, Tesco and Asda.
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