Tesco Anytime DELIVERY Saver FREE for 1month can be canceled any time ! Free Delivery on - Groceries, F&F and Tesco direct ! new customers
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Tesco Anytime DELIVERY Saver FREE for 1month can be canceled any time ! Free Delivery on - Groceries, F&F and Tesco direct ! new customers

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Found 6th Apr 2016
good deal as you can cancel anytime before paid plan starts , new customers only
can be used to deliver your groceries ( above £40 ) - anytime deliveries also on tesco direct & F&F ( both above £10 )

Quidco also doing £5 atm for new delivery savers customers but not sure if this will also work ?! anyway worth trying x

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Try out our Anytime Delivery Saver Plan for a month to enjoy free deliveries 7 days a week on Tesco groceries, Tesco direct, F&F clothing and Wine by the case. When the free trial ends you will automatically move onto a plan of your choice.
*Free trial of Anytime Delivery Saver only available to new Delivery Saver customers. One grocery delivery a day (over £40) for the days included in your plan. Free and unlimited next day delivery on Tesco Direct, excludes Tesco Partners. Minimum £10 spend on both F&F Clothing and Tesco Direct. When the free trial ends you will automatically move onto a plan of your choice. You can change your mind and switch, or cancel, at any time during the trial. If you are on a trial plan we reserve the right to restrict access to priority slots.
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Used this then cancelled the day before it was due to expire
Used to always use home delivery, until the carrier bag charge came in! They were bad enough before at putting 1/2 items in some bags but then when the charge started everything came 1 item per bag! Even though id asked for no bags to be used! And still got charged for all the bags used! Haven't used them since!
ellese

Used to always use home delivery, until the carrier bag charge came in! … Used to always use home delivery, until the carrier bag charge came in! They were bad enough before at putting 1/2 items in some bags but then when the charge started everything came 1 item per bag! Even though id asked for no bags to be used! And still got charged for all the bags used! Haven't used them since!



Never really been interested in home shopping, but this sort of thing puts me off, along with the chances of getting dented tins or manky veg. Charging excessively for something they never charged for before, or don't HAVE TO charge for, really has got tesco written all over it!
Signed up but it's not giving me free del options on F&F. Am I doing anything wrong?
all online supermarket charge 40p per delivery for carrier bags, and you can pick to have it delivered with or without bags.
Askrulous

Never really been interested in home shopping, but this sort of thing … Never really been interested in home shopping, but this sort of thing puts me off, along with the chances of getting dented tins or manky veg. Charging excessively for something they never charged for before, or don't HAVE TO charge for, really has got tesco written all over it!



​all online supermarket charge a standard fee of 40p per delivery for bags and you can pick to have your order delivery in bags or without bags pleases get your fact's correct.
saleman

​all online supermarket charge a standard fee of 40p per delivery for b … ​all online supermarket charge a standard fee of 40p per delivery for bags and you can pick to have your order delivery in bags or without bags pleases get your fact's correct.



If you read my comment properly before been rude when the charge FIRST started this happened, it happened to me so how is that getting facts wrong??
Askrulous

Never really been interested in home shopping, but this sort of thing … Never really been interested in home shopping, but this sort of thing puts me off, along with the chances of getting dented tins or manky veg. Charging excessively for something they never charged for before, or don't HAVE TO charge for, really has got tesco written all over it!



They have to give good enough veg/fruit and can refuse what you dont like the look of. To be fair the fruit and veg and fresh bread i ordered was all in good condition! I only used it when heavily pregnant and had a 2 year old so was ALOT easier
Useful if you wish to order a click & collect item priced from £10 to £29.99
Thanks, signed up, got a month free and cancelled right away
Nothing wrong with a dented tin
try to use quidco for £5 cashback as mine has just tracked, although not sure if it will be confirmed when you cancel plan.
sidurr

Signed up but it's not giving me free del options on F&F. Am I doing … Signed up but it's not giving me free del options on F&F. Am I doing anything wrong?


I think you have to wait for your code, they usually send it through post , if you in hurry contact them on chat and they should be able to help x
Alternatively, check your "MyPlan" page (secure.tesco.com/Del…er/) - F&F and Direct codes should be listed as eCoupons that you simply add at the respective checkout.

Seem to remember that these codes were fairly generic, but only work if your plan is still valid.
DCW

Alternatively, check your "MyPlan" page … Alternatively, check your "MyPlan" page (https://secure.tesco.com/DeliverySaver/) - F&F and Direct codes should be listed as eCoupons that you simply add at the respective checkout.Seem to remember that these codes were fairly generic, but only work if your plan is still valid.


I have tried that but on F&F section and wine by the case is showing - Your code is on its way
so probably they will have to generate n send it by post or update there x
sidurr

Signed up but it's not giving me free del options on F&F. Am I doing … Signed up but it's not giving me free del options on F&F. Am I doing anything wrong?


There is a code to put in x
darn it, would have been handy but won't let me as already have annual midweek plan set uo
avid fan

darn it, would have been handy but won't let me as already have annual … darn it, would have been handy but won't let me as already have annual midweek plan set uo


Cancel plan on account and then create another account with a different email addy and free trial will then be available on the new account.
It's wanting payment when I do it????
Good find. I've been using Tesco home delivery midweek saver for over two years for our main grocery shop. I'd never go back to doing it in-store (with Tesco or anyone else).
ellese

If you read my comment properly before been rude when the charge FIRST … If you read my comment properly before been rude when the charge FIRST started this happened, it happened to me so how is that getting facts wrong??



Not at Tesco, it's been 40p since day 1.

Email from Tesco on 14th September:

The bag chargeis coming... Dear Mr ~~~~~,As you may be aware, from Monday … The bag chargeis coming... Dear Mr ~~~~~,As you may be aware, from Monday 5th October 2015, retailers in England will be required by law to charge a minimum of 5p per bag when customers use a new single use carrier bag. This will include single use carrier bags made from plastic, paper or natural materials. Proceeds from this will go to good causes locally and nationally, as voted for by you.So that we comply at tesco.com, unless you choose a bagless delivery, there will be a charge of 40p per order for an online grocery delivery or collection. We've worked this out based on the average number of carrier bags needed to pack an order. You'll see the charge itemised on your delivery receipt as "Bag Charge".

ellese

Used to always use home delivery, until the carrier bag charge came in! … Used to always use home delivery, until the carrier bag charge came in! They were bad enough before at putting 1/2 items in some bags but then when the charge started everything came 1 item per bag! Even though id asked for no bags to be used! And still got charged for all the bags used! Haven't used them since!




Max is 40p charge with any supermarket and they give you as many bags required. And you can choose if you want your shopping with bags 40p or without them for free.
Cancelling still involve a phone call?
Yes, and I had to ring twice as the first guy sweet talked me by explaining that if I stay on I wouldn't loose out as they refund at the end of the 6 months the money you've paid in excess to what you've actually used. But when I googled it discovered that they actually give you a grocery voucher which probably has a min spent and a short exp. date, so called them again and this time it was no questions asked straight forward cancellation. Email arrived almost immediately
shoomoo

Nothing wrong with a dented tin


as long as it costs 10p!!
Askrulous

Never really been interested in home shopping, but this sort of thing … Never really been interested in home shopping, but this sort of thing puts me off, along with the chances of getting dented tins or manky veg. Charging excessively for something they never charged for before, or don't HAVE TO charge for, really has got tesco written all over it!



I've used home delivery since 1999 (was part of the trial group for Tesco). Have used it weekly or fortnightly ever since, from all the major supermarkets. Honestly, I've never had a dented tin, or manky veg - not once. I think we've had broken eggs twice, and we just phone up and they refund it. I genuinely see no reason not to do it - means I don't spend 20 mins back and forwards to a supermarket, and an hour or more dragging myself around a busy supermarket.
lochwinnoch

I've used home delivery since 1999 (was part of the trial group for … I've used home delivery since 1999 (was part of the trial group for Tesco). Have used it weekly or fortnightly ever since, from all the major supermarkets. Honestly, I've never had a dented tin, or manky veg - not once. I think we've had broken eggs twice, and we just phone up and they refund it. I genuinely see no reason not to do it - means I don't spend 20 mins back and forwards to a supermarket, and an hour or more dragging myself around a busy supermarket.



I agree, it saves a lot of time, plus sometimes you can get nice surprise- when they out of stock of something you order - they tend to replace it with better quality/ more expensive items and you are still charged the same ( that what has happened few times before with my orders )
Askrulous

Never really been interested in home shopping, but this sort of thing … Never really been interested in home shopping, but this sort of thing puts me off, along with the chances of getting dented tins or manky veg. Charging excessively for something they never charged for before, or don't HAVE TO charge for, really has got tesco written all over it!



​they immediately refund anything you are not happy with. just have to call.
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