Sainsbury's anytime 12 month delivery pass just £45 =  £3.75pm  / 12 Months Midweek Pass now £20 = Approx £1.66pm  + £18 off a £60 OR £21 off a £85 shop @ Sainsbury's
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Sainsbury's anytime 12 month delivery pass just £45 = £3.75pm / 12 Months Midweek Pass now £20 = Approx £1.66pm + £18 off a £60 OR £21 off a £85 shop @ Sainsbury's

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Edited by:"goonertillidie"Found 11th Oct
Update 17/10, now Midweek pass is on offer, 12 months for £20 - use code 12MWAM7 at checkout + £21 off First Grocery Orders Over £85 Code: AFFHKDOCT85 - ends 24th Oct 2017

Yearly anytime pass is now just £45 using code 12ATAM13 - not sure when it expires!

With the Anytime pass, you'll get 1 hour delivery slots with delivery Mon-Sun + Possible Nectar point bonuses , sneak peeks, Christmas delivery priority slots & more

Also if your a ''First time customer'' *ahem* new account or a FRIEND joins, use code AFFPHOCT to get £18 off a £60 shop

Also a few freebies with your shop here - Thanks to Chanch
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Cheap delivery pass but expensive groceries for average quality.

Well my Sainsburys shop pass cost nothing for a year.






I walk there and back!
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And this weeks freebies

Thanks OP, heat added. My previous delivery pass expired last week so was waiting for a good deal!

in my area Sainsbury got to be a bit crap. Two times in a row I got short life products when on the shelf there were plenty products with longer exp dates. Today I witnessed the people doing the orders. They do not even bother checking the dates.They pick up the first product and that's it

Expensive compared to Tesco and Asda

Well my Sainsburys shop pass cost nothing for a year.






I walk there and back!

Cheap delivery pass but expensive groceries for average quality.

What a great deal. Thanks for posting op!

Saving £15.00 off the normal £60.00 price for anytime 12 months.

I'd probably press the button on this if Sainsbury's offered same day delivery if ordered before 1.00pm (as Tesco's do).

How much minimum spend for delivery?

there is absolutely no way I would pay a supermarket for delivery. If I have to stay in for delivery then I pay as well go and do the shop myself which would save time and allow for any unforeseen events that may come along. Not voting either way

Ka11ran32 m ago

How much minimum spend for delivery?


£40

if theres no minimum delivery, i will jump on this

Includes free same day delivery too. Wonder how long same day will be free for. Used it a couple of times already

deany7614 h, 9 m ago

Saving £15.00 off the normal £60.00 price for anytime 12 months.I'd p …Saving £15.00 off the normal £60.00 price for anytime 12 months.I'd probably press the button on this if Sainsbury's offered same day delivery if ordered before 1.00pm (as Tesco's do).

Sainsbury's do offer same day delivery of ordered before 1.00

Timmo19821 h, 50 m ago

Sainsbury's do offer same day delivery of ordered before 1.00



Is that area specific as I've checked before 1.00pm and never any slots for that evening. Tesco always available.
I'll sign up for this then if same day but 'rolling out'
thanks
edit
thinking about it this is an outstanding deal if you shop once a week its £00.87 to your door anytime options and hopfully.same day soon for North Wales
Purchased
thanks
Edited by: "deany76" 14th Oct

mystery_man13th Oct

there is absolutely no way I would pay a supermarket for delivery. If I …there is absolutely no way I would pay a supermarket for delivery. If I have to stay in for delivery then I pay as well go and do the shop myself which would save time and allow for any unforeseen events that may come along. Not voting either way


Its an hour slot so not really a problem is it,

Mind you, Sainsbury's are very expensive for branded products in general, compared to Tesco and asda
Edited by: "chocci" 17th Oct

deany7613th Oct

Saving £15.00 off the normal £60.00 price for anytime 12 months.I'd p …Saving £15.00 off the normal £60.00 price for anytime 12 months.I'd probably press the button on this if Sainsbury's offered same day delivery if ordered before 1.00pm (as Tesco's do).


They do offer same day in some areas. I had an email this week saying they had started same day here.
I’d try booking further in advance and amending on the day though rather than trying to book a delivery slot for same day.
Edited by: "ec9wrr" 17th Oct

robin585812th Oct

Well my Sainsburys shop pass cost nothing for a year. I walk there and …Well my Sainsburys shop pass cost nothing for a year. I walk there and back!

What price is your time worth?.in my opinion it's the most Precious commodity on this earth.

mystery_man13th Oct

there is absolutely no way I would pay a supermarket for delivery. If I …there is absolutely no way I would pay a supermarket for delivery. If I have to stay in for delivery then I pay as well go and do the shop myself which would save time and allow for any unforeseen events that may come along. Not voting either way


This made me laugh. As others have said, it’s a one hour slot. Just book for an hour you’ll be at home?!

mystery_man13th Oct

there is absolutely no way I would pay a supermarket for delivery. If I …there is absolutely no way I would pay a supermarket for delivery. If I have to stay in for delivery then I pay as well go and do the shop myself which would save time and allow for any unforeseen events that may come along. Not voting either way



I thought like that as well until I had two kids. The effort to drag them round the weekly shop (or how much extra it costs when they get to add extra stuff to the trolley) means £45 for a year of deliveries is well worth the money 🏻

dante200011th Oct

in my area Sainsbury got to be a bit crap. Two times in a row I got short …in my area Sainsbury got to be a bit crap. Two times in a row I got short life products when on the shelf there were plenty products with longer exp dates. Today I witnessed the people doing the orders. They do not even bother checking the dates.They pick up the first product and that's it


I'm not condoning such behaviour, but isn't it in the supermarkets interest to get rid of short date stock first? If you wanted to be sure of getting longer expiry dates, then you would have to shop instore.

Logged for later. Hot deal

GodVilla8 m ago

I'm not condoning such behaviour, but isn't it in the supermarkets …I'm not condoning such behaviour, but isn't it in the supermarkets interest to get rid of short date stock first? If you wanted to be sure of getting longer expiry dates, then you would have to shop instore.

If they actively attempted to give you items with short date, I'd think it was wrong. Bit of all they do is try to pack quickly, so be it. Imagine the amount of packing they likely do on a daily basis.

Gooner - you need to banned for a month. I have no money left with all these deals you post!!!

Thank you.... I've now changed from Tesco to Sainsbury's

Sainsbury's are to let 2000 staff go, I won't be spending any money there

Madchester9 h, 16 m ago

Sainsbury's are to let 2000 staff go, I won't be spending any money there

Odd comment

The thing I noticed when having a delivery pass at Sainsburys was that while it was in operation the money off vouchers by post stopped.Once I let it go,the £12 off £60 coupons started coming again,which outweigh the delivery cost and almost make Sainsburys value for money.If they stop,I go back to Tesco. (Not asda though,shocking)

GodVilla20 h, 15 m ago

I'm not condoning such behaviour, but isn't it in the supermarkets …I'm not condoning such behaviour, but isn't it in the supermarkets interest to get rid of short date stock first? If you wanted to be sure of getting longer expiry dates, then you would have to shop instore.



They actively lie that they are picking the best for you - just like you would if you were shopping yourself (that's Tesco jargon there).

"Our personal shoppers work with you in mind, and will always try to pick the longest dated products. Our typical life icon indicates the estimated life of the item. If you're not satisfied with the shelf life of any product you receive, we'll happily give you a refund."

The above is from the Sainsbury's website, their "freshness promise" page.

I find some emails fired off to the executive office soon have them doing what they promise - I very rarely have short coded items now from either Tesco or Sainsbury.

They get away with it because there's too much shrugging of the shoulders in this country...

Live quite a few miles away, so thanks for that!

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