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TESCO Delivery now from only £3
TESCO Delivery now from only £3

TESCO Delivery now from only £3

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Just noticed on website that delivery is now only £3 on Tuesday and wednesday nights! Its about the same price as a bus!

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Well spotted, worth taking note for us as its 40 miles to our nearest, thnaks

Thanks for this. Tesco delivery always seems like the most expensive as others discount if you order higher amounts of shopping, so this is worth knowing. Cheers!

thanks a lot

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The mrs will be pleased lol.

Just noticed on website that delivery is now only £3 on Tuesday and … Just noticed on website that delivery is now only £3 on Tuesday and wednesday nights! Its about the same price as a bus!



Thats a good price for a Bus...dont think I could get one in my drive though!

Good spot I hate having to go over £50 to get free delivery. This is brill!

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dr_aj;4786064

Thats a good price for a Bus...dont think I could get one in my drive … Thats a good price for a Bus...dont think I could get one in my drive though! :)Good spot I hate having to go over £50 to get free delivery. This is brill!Hot and rep



I didn't think that you got free delivery with Tesco groceries at all, whatever the amount.

great find, h and r added

its been like that a while i try to avoid shopping there when i can and buy from the local shops and help keep them going....

I use the mysupermarket website to compare my shop at various supoermarkets. Asda ia invariably at least £20 cheaper for my shop than tesco so I still don't consider this a good deal.

Yes good spot :-)

I tend to shop in Asda now because with spending £50 plus (as I do anyway) there are vouchers regularly posted here on HUKD which give free delivery. Plus Asda do not charge you extra for their substitutions like Tesco do. But thanks for the post :-) Its certainly a great heads up and certainly going to save many people money! Voted hot :-)

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Reebok Ron;4787955

I use the mysupermarket website to compare my shop at various … I use the mysupermarket website to compare my shop at various supoermarkets. Asda ia invariably at least £20 cheaper for my shop than tesco so I still don't consider this a good deal.


Let me guess....you voted cold on that basis!

definitely hot for me - the quality of the food i get is invariably at least £20 better from tesco.

At £3 its gotta be worth it.

I bet if you add up petrol money, wear & tear on car etc. it will probably come to more than £3. Thats before you add on the hassle factor of having to spend your time and patience fighting thru the muppets there.

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Heat from me. £3 to get someone to go through the hassle of shopping for you is well worth it.

gadgetmann;4788378

At £3 its gotta be worth it. I bet if you add up petrol money, wear & … At £3 its gotta be worth it. I bet if you add up petrol money, wear & tear on car etc. it will probably come to more than £3. Thats before you add on the hassle factor of having to spend your time and patience fighting thru the muppets there.Heat added!


A typical family car costs around 50p/mile to run all aspects considered (highest cost is depreciation).

Why is this expired?

Heat added by the way :thumbsup:

wewontgetfooleda;4787755

its been like that a while i try to avoid shopping there when i can and … its been like that a while i try to avoid shopping there when i can and buy from the local shops and help keep them going....



Unfortunatelly I try to keep myself going ... so have to shop at the supermarkets... can't afford the luxury to pay more for the same things ...

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wewontgetfooleda;4787755

its been like that a while i try to avoid shopping there when i can and … its been like that a while i try to avoid shopping there when i can and buy from the local shops and help keep them going....



No it only started being £3 this week

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andyellis_2000;4788082

Yes good spot :-) I tend to shop in Asda now because with spending £50 … Yes good spot :-) I tend to shop in Asda now because with spending £50 plus (as I do anyway) there are vouchers regularly posted here on HUKD which give free delivery. Plus Asda do not charge you extra for their substitutions like Tesco do. But thanks for the post :-) Its certainly a great heads up and certainly going to save many people money! Voted hot :-)



I work as a delivery assistant for tesco and regularly i find tesco are taking on ex-asda customers. Asda may be cheaper, im sure mysupermarket will tell you, but they have a reputation of being late or cancelling your orders. Asda seem to have a problem with keeping there drivers, (maybe its the low wage)

Substitutions work both ways, if they sub a product cheaper, you get it for less(But i find its usually special offers they run out of).

jb66;4789358

I work as a delivery assistant for tesco and regularly i find tesco are … I work as a delivery assistant for tesco and regularly i find tesco are taking on ex-asda customers. Asda may be cheaper, im sure mysupermarket will tell you, but they have a reputation of being late or cancelling your orders. Asda seem to have a problem with keeping there drivers, (maybe its the low wage)Substitutions work both ways, if they sub a product cheaper, you get it for less(But i find its usually special offers they run out of).



I totally agree mate. For the past six months we've had our groceries delivered virtually every week by Tesco's and the service has been first class. They always come on time (quite often come early too!) and if anything is out of stock they ALWAYS have substitues.

I agree Asda may be slightly cheaper price wise but we've ordered from Asda a couple of times since we've been doing the shopping online and their service was shocking. When we used them there was tons of items left off the orders both times, stuff like meats that you knew they probably had in stock but you just got the impression that whoever picked the order simply couldn't be bothered and there was not even substitutes offered for most of these missing items either. We'd ring up afterwars to complain about the missing stuff and their attitude was "Oh we'll just knock the money off" which defeats the object of online grocery shopping as we found ourselves having to go out to the shops and buy the missing products ourselves!

I remember we bought Orangina from Asda and the offer was 2 bottles for £1.50 but they only brought one bottle. But it was the fact that they fail to mention that there was only one bottle so we ended up paying something like £1.45 for just the one bottle. Nothing like that has ever happened with Tesco's - in six months! Oh and not to forget they were always late.

So basically if you're going to do old fashioned "go to the shop" shopping then Asda's fine as it's slightly cheaper but Online then forget it it's a false ecomomy!

Oh and there's always plenty of voucher codes available for Tesco's and £5 Quidco and Topcashback for your first order.

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meinnit;4788155

Let me guess....you voted cold on that basis!



No, didn't vote either way.

@ #22

It might be prudent to remember that just because your Asda has been poor once or twice, doesn't mean all Asda's are.... add to that the fact that staff come and go and some are better than others.... whats awful for you might be amazing for someone else.

RE: Moneysupermarket.... you have to be careful when shopping with them and then saying "so and so are always cheaper for me...." it usually all depends on who you start out shopping with....

For example if I want 24 cans of lager and i'm shopping with Tesco and see Fosters on offer i'll add that to the basket. Chances are what is on offer at Tesco won't be on offer at Asda so automatically Tesco will win....

But if i'm starting out shopping with Asda and want lager and see Carlsberg on offer i'll get that.... same as above, Carlsberg might not be on offer at Tesco so Asda will win.

jb66;4789318

No it only started being £3 this week



I'm sure that they have been doing this cheaper delivery price for ages, for certain off peak delivery times. I've tried it a few times but usually end up having to go to in store anyway, to correct their mistakes, idiotic substitution suggestions and pick out some decent fresh stuff. I've tried them all.

I've given up with delivery. I just pick up shopping when I am passing whatever supermarket.

Asda have a very limited selection of products in comparison to Tesco too.
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morpheus;4791561

@ #22It might be prudent to remember that just because your Asda has been … @ #22It might be prudent to remember that just because your Asda has been poor once or twice, doesn't mean all Asda's are.... add to that the fact that staff come and go and some are better than others.... whats awful for you might be amazing for someone else.RE: Moneysupermarket.... you have to be careful when shopping with them and then saying "so and so are always cheaper for me...." it usually all depends on who you start out shopping with....For example if I want 24 cans of lager and i'm shopping with Tesco and see Fosters on offer i'll add that to the basket. Chances are what is on offer at Tesco won't be on offer at Asda so automatically Tesco will win....But if i'm starting out shopping with Asda and want lager and see Carlsberg on offer i'll get that.... same as above, Carlsberg might not be on offer at Tesco so Asda will win.



I accept your point and admitedly we've only had about two deliveries off Asda and maybe they were suffering from poor staff at the time, maybe other Asda's are better and maybe one day our local Asda will be reliable too. I wouldn't even rule out giving them another chance one day in the future but right now I've been so impressed with Tesco's quality of service it's head and shoulders above Asda. Tesco just seem more organised, even down to the way that when you ring them up to complain afterwards, with Tesco they have dedicated call centres whereas Asda we just got through to the local store and had to be put on hold by the person who answered while they fetched the manager to take the call.

Agreed about Mysupermarket. We use them ourselves and it's all relative to what you buy and which offers are on in which shops.

i think tescos delivery is terrible. the only reason they are on time is cause people are using them less hence why they have had to start lowering delivery prices. They always muck up my order in one way or another. This week it worked in my favour i got to large bottles of washing liquid which i hasnt ordered. Drive told me not to mention it he said tescos srew you every which way so dont worry about it.

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i havent voted

jb66;4789358

I work as a delivery assistant for tesco and regularly i find tesco are … I work as a delivery assistant for tesco and regularly i find tesco are taking on ex-asda customers. Asda may be cheaper, im sure mysupermarket will tell you, but they have a reputation of being late or cancelling your orders. Asda seem to have a problem with keeping there drivers, (maybe its the low wage)Substitutions work both ways, if they sub a product cheaper, you get it for less(But i find its usually special offers they run out of).



I can only speak as I find really. I did used to get my shopping delivered by Tesco but they often knocked items off of my shopping list and substituted others and when they did the substitutions they were always more expensive. But generally I agree their delivery was always on time. Asda groceries I have so far only had delivered 3 times but I havent experienced any problems with them so far. They too have been on time each time and where they have made substitutions, they have generally been fewer than Tesco and I have not lost out as a result.

I dont knock Tesco, I just find so far that Asda have been better and yes cheaper as well. As far as keeping thier drivers is concerned...well...Im guessing as the recession bites further that may not be such a big problem for them in the future but in any event, as long as I get my groceries more or less on time and as described etc Im not too bothered who works for them...but thats just me :-)

Taksim_Red;4794263

...Tesco just seem more organised, even down to the way that when you … ...Tesco just seem more organised, even down to the way that when you ring them up to complain afterwards, with Tesco they have dedicated call centres whereas Asda we just got through to the local store and had to be put on hold by the person who answered while they fetched the manager to take the call..



Yeah I have to admit, I havent had a problem yet with items missing in my shopping from Asda so ive no idea what they will be like if and when that happens but yes Tesco is pretty good though if memory serves me correct, isnt it an 0845 number you have to call if its wrong? I hate those! LOL.

andyellis_2000;4795079

Yeah I have to admit, I havent had a problem yet with items missing in my … Yeah I have to admit, I havent had a problem yet with items missing in my shopping from Asda so ive no idea what they will be like if and when that happens but yes Tesco is pretty good though if memory serves me correct, isnt it an 0845 number you have to call if its wrong? I hate those! LOL.



Thats's the one they advertise but there's a local number you can also call them on which is 01382 822 800 and goes through to the same call centre and is charged at standard rates and will also come out of your monthly mins if calling from a mobile phone.

If you happen to have to call any other companies that use expensive 0845 or 0870 numbers you can use this website which will give you a cheaper local rate or 0800 number instead.

saynoto0870.com/

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You can email them and they get back to you the next day. I hate 0845s too

Taksim_Red;4798792

Thats's the one they advertise but there's a local number you can also … Thats's the one they advertise but there's a local number you can also call them on which is 01382 822 800 and goes through to the same call centre and is charged at standard rates...http://www.saynoto0870.com/



Ahhh right, thanks :-)

Actually I spoke too soon yesterday about never having had to phone Asda. Had my groceries delivered today short of the batteries I ordered! LOL. But they were pretty good to be fair to them and refunded me the cost without any question. They also did a 100% refund on a swede which i found was just slightly under weight (i ordered a kilo and got 0.89kg) which ordinarily i wouldnt have bothered with but for the fact I had to phone over the batteries being short. But all in all not a bad experience. At least not in Bristol :-)

jb66;4802867

You can email them and they get back to you the next day. I hate 0845s … You can email them and they get back to you the next day. I hate 0845s too



Ok thats useful to know :-) Thanks.

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75becky19;4794429

i think tescos delivery is terrible. the only reason they are on time is … i think tescos delivery is terrible. the only reason they are on time is cause people are using them less hence why they have had to start lowering delivery prices. They always muck up my order in one way or another. This week it worked in my favour i got to large bottles of washing liquid which i hasnt ordered. Drive told me not to mention it he said tescos srew you every which way so dont worry about it.:roll:i havent voted



Rubbish, the reason they have lowered there price is becuase they are using updated routing software that can mean more orders can be delivered in the same time.

really?? so why lower the price only on slots which people dont want. If it were true that they were being more productive then the decrease would have been accross the board

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75becky19;4822056

really?? so why lower the price only on slots which people dont want. If … really?? so why lower the price only on slots which people dont want. If it were true that they were being more productive then the decrease would have been accross the board



It is across the board, only weekends and some 9-11 slots stayed the same.
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