Tesco 1 year delivery saver plan bargain £15 or £7.50 with Tesco boost vouchers (DO NOT OFFER / ASK FOR REFERRAL DELIVERY CODES BY PM OR IN THREAD)
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Tesco 1 year delivery saver plan bargain £15 or £7.50 with Tesco boost vouchers (DO NOT OFFER / ASK FOR REFERRAL DELIVERY CODES BY PM OR IN THREAD)

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Found 18th Feb 2015
Groceries delivered every day of the year (or however many times a week you prefer) for £15 in Tesco boost vouchers! Part of the 4x boost deal. an annual delivery saver plan is £60 cash. Or just exchange between £1.50 and £15 of vouchers for 4x value off your next plan.

If you are a new delivery saver customer and can get a hold of one of the 50% off codes for new sign ups you'll get it for £7.50 as the 2 codes double up!

If you just book a delivery on a Saturday for 1 day it costs £6 so this truly seems like a real bargain! Available for both new and existing customers and if you already have a plan in place, you add the vouchers to your account and it will be deducted off the cost of your next plan.

You can also change what your next plan will be. I'm currently on a 6 month plan at £6 per month so I have ordered a 12 month plan next and applied my boost voucher so I don't pay anything more.
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    Nice little trick..... Heat.
    I'm on the same as you - which way round did you do it - apply the code fist or change plan?

    Thanks
    nefertiti6969

    I'm on the same as you - which way round did you do it - apply the code … I'm on the same as you - which way round did you do it - apply the code fist or change plan?Thanks


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    Thank u
    Only cost me £7.50 in clubcard vouchers for a yearly mid week plan
    If you miss out on this deal they often offer the delivery packages at half price which is in effect the same deal when paying by clubcard points.
    but you're then stuck to shopping with tesco... so cold.
    Thanks op
    Don't get this to be honest. Why would you want to be stuck with one supermarket? why not shop at all supermarkets (prices change weekly) Tesco has had nothing on Asda prices for a couple of weeks now!

    Shop around!!
    jag18272

    Don't get this to be honest. Why would you want to be stuck with one … Don't get this to be honest. Why would you want to be stuck with one supermarket? why not shop at all supermarkets (prices change weekly) Tesco has had nothing on Asda prices for a couple of weeks now!Shop around!!



    exactly this. I get cashback with my bank for various offers + quite often get £5 vouchers for various supermarkets, etc. I am not loyal to any of them.This time it was Asda, before that was Sainsbury's (Nectar points + gift card), before that was Waitrose (2x £10 off vouchers + OH had John Lewis gift card), Aldi before that with a £5 off voucher, & Morrisons before that because of Cashback offer, etc. dont think I have done a full shop in Tesco for a while - despite there being a store about 300 yards away from my house.
    Edited by: "bojangles" 18th Feb 2015
    Thanks. Got it!
    jag18272

    Don't get this to be honest. Why would you want to be stuck with one … Don't get this to be honest. Why would you want to be stuck with one supermarket? why not shop at all supermarkets (prices change weekly) Tesco has had nothing on Asda prices for a couple of weeks now!Shop around!!



    jag18272

    Don't get this to be honest. Why would you want to be stuck with one … Don't get this to be honest. Why would you want to be stuck with one supermarket? why not shop at all supermarkets (prices change weekly) Tesco has had nothing on Asda prices for a couple of weeks now!Shop around!!


    depends what you buy doesnt it? and they price match also if it's more expensive so dont understand whats not easy to get oO
    jag18272

    Don't get this to be honest. Why would you want to be stuck with one … Don't get this to be honest. Why would you want to be stuck with one supermarket? why not shop at all supermarkets (prices change weekly) Tesco has had nothing on Asda prices for a couple of weeks now!Shop around!!

    jag18272

    Don't get this to be honest. Why would you want to be stuck with one … Don't get this to be honest. Why would you want to be stuck with one supermarket? why not shop at all supermarkets (prices change weekly) Tesco has had nothing on Asda prices for a couple of weeks now!Shop around!!



    I wouldn't really trust them with the whole "price match thing" they don't update their systems all the time and cover every product in store. But its just basic economics you don't want to dedicate yourself to just one store (that's how prices rise).

    jag18272

    I wouldn't really trust them with the whole "price match thing" they … I wouldn't really trust them with the whole "price match thing" they don't update their systems all the time and cover every product in store. But its just basic economics you don't want to dedicate yourself to just one store (that's how prices rise).


    whos dedicating themselves to one store? tesco prices on alot of items is cheaper now anyway without the price match.

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    nefertiti6969

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    Sorry, been away from the Internet all day. Glad you got it sorted! ;-)
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    Kimrb123

    Only cost me £7.50 in clubcard vouchers for a yearly mid week plan


    That's brilliant! Almost free! ;-)
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    bojangles

    exactly this. I get cashback with my bank for various offers + quite … exactly this. I get cashback with my bank for various offers + quite often get £5 vouchers for various supermarkets, etc. I am not loyal to any of them.This time it was Asda, before that was Sainsbury's (Nectar points + gift card), before that was Waitrose (2x £10 off vouchers + OH had John Lewis gift card), Aldi before that with a £5 off voucher, & Morrisons before that because of Cashback offer, etc. dont think I have done a full shop in Tesco for a while - despite there being a store about 300 yards away from my house.



    I know delivery won't be for everyone. I have 2 toddlers and don't drive so it is a nightmare to take them to the supermarket and delivery is what I need to do to stay sane! It's then chosing which is the best delivery option. Asda's delivery service is so badly slated, always substitutes, poor subs at that, I didn't even take them up on their free delivery offer recently as I want to make sure I actually get the products I want. With waitrose you need to finalise your order 2 days in advance which doesn't really suit me whereas with Tesco you can change your order up til 11.46pm the night before it is delivered. I find the service very good and on the odd occasion where I have had an issue, they are very quick to sort it out and will even come back that day to swap an item etc. so that's why when I saw this deal I thought it was so good! If I didn't have the kids and had more time on my hands I would maybe trawl round all the supermarkets or be more selective each week but I don't have that luxury. I instead have a small order delivered every morning, everything is fresh and it effectively cost me nothing as I used Tesco clubcard vouchers and only £15 worth for the year, any day, any slot. Just thought I would explain myself for those who don't understand why it might be a good deal for some people.
    Got mine for free , because my local tesco is one of the closing ones so they were handing out vouchers etc , so if urs is closing go in and try get a voucher
    Well worth doing this as you also get free delivery for products sold by Tesco on Tesco direct as well.

    Don't get the comments about being stuck with tesco. Even if you normally go for the very cheapest delivery of £1, then you break even after 15 shops at Tesco, so hardly 'stuck' with them.
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    Mark_A

    Well worth doing this as you also get free delivery for products sold by … Well worth doing this as you also get free delivery for products sold by Tesco on Tesco direct as well. Don't get the comments about being stuck with tesco. Even if you normally go for the very cheapest delivery of £1, then you break even after 15 shops at Tesco, so hardly 'stuck' with them.



    Well said! And you also get first choice of the christmas delivery slots and free delivery from F&F clothing.
    This whole click'n'shop thing is why Tesco is doing so badly now - people shopping in store are subsidising the computer systems, vans and drivers and all the annoying pickers and packers cluttering up the aisles with their green boxes and not getting anything cheaper by going and doing the shopping themselves, which is why other food outlets are able to do stuff way cheaper.
    dart16

    whos dedicating themselves to one store? tesco prices on alot of items is … whos dedicating themselves to one store? tesco prices on alot of items is cheaper now anyway without the price match.



    You obviously will be more inclined to shop with them if the delivery is free. They will only need to offer a few products at cut price for you to decide to shop there, thus maximizing profits for them.

    Either way they have thought this through. Tesco employ many people to come up with these strategies. If people fall for it then maybe they deserve the profit
    jag18272

    You obviously will be more inclined to shop with them if the delivery is … You obviously will be more inclined to shop with them if the delivery is free. They will only need to offer a few products at cut price for you to decide to shop there, thus maximizing profits for them.Either way they have thought this through. Tesco employ many people to come up with these strategies. If people fall for it then maybe they deserve the profit


    if you can show me a typical shop, thats cheaper at say asda then fair enough, but......
    the cost of NOT travelling to the shop in the first place is a saving. price match and item cost.
    Youre not really coming up with any sensible reason for not doing this deal tbh apart form stating the obvious about how it may POSSIBLY be cheaper elsewhere, and that even if it is, then the conspiracy theory that price match is manipulated somehow, and that driving there is somehow cheaper regardless, and then disregarding tesco points and fuel save on top of that, and money off vouchers tesco sometimes gives out? wheres your proof that its fundamentaly cheaper at some other magic place?
    Edited by: "dart16" 19th Feb 2015
    dart16

    if you can show me a typical shop, thats cheaper at say asda then fair … if you can show me a typical shop, thats cheaper at say asda then fair enough, but......the cost of NOT travelling to the shop in the first place is a saving. price match and item cost.Youre not really coming up with any sensible reason for not doing this deal tbh apart form stating the obvious about how it may POSSIBLY be cheaper elsewhere, and that even if it is, then the conspiracy theory that price match is manipulated somehow, and that driving there is somehow cheaper regerdless, and then disregarding tesco points and fuel save on top of that, and money off vouchers tesco sometimes gives out? wheres your proof that its fundamentaly cheaper at some other magic place?



    Weak arguments to be honest, anyone with any business knowledge would understand where i'm coming from. Now you're replying with personal view points?

    Nice.
    Brilliant have some heat
    hilarymartie

    Well said! And you also get first choice of the christmas delivery slots … Well said! And you also get first choice of the christmas delivery slots and free delivery from F&F clothing.



    Not sure if it's been mentioned but the other good thing (for me anyway) is you can get your groceries delivered to any address you want (so long as it's not more than the once per day limit) I get "mine" delivered to my mums on occasion

    Good price. Thanks for posting and heat added
    jag18272

    Weak arguments to be honest, anyone with any business knowledge would … Weak arguments to be honest, anyone with any business knowledge would understand where i'm coming from. Now you're replying with personal view points?Nice.


    So no proof? no example shops showing the savings you imply? thought not, just the assumption of 'business
    knowledge' and 'basic economics'. Sounds to me like you're more concerned with sounding clever, shame in 3 years you havent managed to post a deal, think that shows how much you really know.
    10% staff discount, 20% at christmas then with LOADS of vouchers! we paid £12 for year delivery!
    Cheers for this reminder, my mother in law gave me a code for 50% off, so I paid £3 cash and £3 vouchers for a midweek delivery package for a year
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    karri123

    Not sure if it's been mentioned but the other good thing (for me anyway) … Not sure if it's been mentioned but the other good thing (for me anyway) is you can get your groceries delivered to any address you want (so long as it's not more than the once per day limit) I get "mine" delivered to my mums on occasion ;)Good price. Thanks for posting and heat added



    Very good point, so when on holiday in the UK you can get your order delivered to your holiday location. Saves wasting time on holiday getting to know a different supermarket!
    hilarymartie

    Very good point, so when on holiday in the UK you can get your order … Very good point, so when on holiday in the UK you can get your order delivered to your holiday location. Saves wasting time on holiday getting to know a different supermarket!



    Yeah exactly that. Not sure many people know about the multiple addresses but can work well for elderly parents etc too.
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    nefertiti6969

    I'm on the same as you - which way round did you do it - apply the code … I'm on the same as you - which way round did you do it - apply the code fist or change plan?Thanks



    In case anyone else needs to know, if you have a current plan and want to change it to take greatest advantage of the boost offer, you have to change your plan first and the new plan will start when your old plan ends (ie you don't lose the rest of your current plan). The website will show you both plans and the new one will say it will take £X from your account at the start of the new plan. You then go to the tab to enter the code you got from Tesco boost and this is automatically deducted from the amount you are due to pay at the start of the new plan. Done!
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    Bess_and_Sam

    If you miss out on this deal they often offer the delivery packages at … If you miss out on this deal they often offer the delivery packages at half price which is in effect the same deal when paying by clubcard points.



    I think you can also use the half price offer along with the boost to get an even cheaper deal, looks like someone on here has already done that. What a bargain indeed!
    ironmanclive

    This whole click'n'shop thing is why Tesco is doing so badly now - people … This whole click'n'shop thing is why Tesco is doing so badly now - people shopping in store are subsidising the computer systems, vans and drivers and all the annoying pickers and packers cluttering up the aisles with their green boxes and not getting anything cheaper by going and doing the shopping themselves, which is why other food outlets are able to do stuff way cheaper.



    Your argument would be very persuasive if it wasn't for the fact that Sainsburys, Waitrose and ASDA also offer home delivery. On-line shopping is the future. It's been increasing year in year out.

    The reason Tesco are doing so badly is because of incompetence at the top. Pure and simple. Oh, and an accounts department that can't add up.
    or shop at iceland and get free online delivery
    Also 10% cashback
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    mumofthree1982

    Also 10% cashback



    Yes, I did try that with TCB but haven't had any confirmation of tracking. Thinking because a code is used it won't track but crossing my fingers... If it does, it's a steal!
    Beefybob

    or shop at iceland and get free online delivery



    They dont deliver to everyone. Stl waiting eighteen months later for them to widen their delivery to my area
    eveeybody pretty much lives next door to a tescos anyway.
    everybody pretty much lives next door to a tescos anyway.[/quote]

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