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Tesco Delivery Saver from £36 for 3 months
Tesco Delivery Saver from £36 for 3 months

Tesco Delivery Saver from £36 for 3 months

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Delivery Saver is a subscription based grocery delivery service. By paying a one off payment you can receive one grocery delivery per day without paying additional delivery charges

£36 for 3 months and £60 for 6 months.
A minimum order cost of £40 per order applies.

If you order once a week you can save £42 over 3 months or £96 over 6 months

14 Comments

good lord

Its actually not too bad. I usually have mine delivered on Friday morning and delivery is 4.50 or 5.00. I spend about £120. So I could have it delivered 2/3 times a week, and not have to use my corner shop for bits I have forgotten.

sooey76

Its actually not too bad. I usually have mine delivered on Friday morning … Its actually not too bad. I usually have mine delivered on Friday morning and delivery is 4.50 or 5.00. I spend about £120. So I could have it delivered 2/3 times a week, and not have to use my corner shop for bits I have forgotten.



Minimum of £40 to be spent for delivery to be available.

Crap saving, even if you do a weekly shop then you're not going to save very much at all. Typical Tesco!

Gball

Minimum of £40 to be spent for delivery to be available.



He/She said he/she spends £120 so that's easily 3 lots of £40.

Either way, free delivery on £40 spend but having to pay £36 every 3 months for it doesn't sound that great to me!
Edited by: "Benjimoron" 30th Jul 2012

Benjimoron

He/She said he/she spends £120 so that's easily 3 lots of £40.Either way, … He/She said he/she spends £120 so that's easily 3 lots of £40.Either way, free delivery on £40 spend but having to pay £36 every 3 months for it doesn't sound that great to me!



Maybe you should read what he/she wrote before you try to be a smart @rse and correct me!!!

"I could have it delivered 2/3 times a week, and not have to use my corner shop for bits I have forgotten"

i try to have my shopping delivered on wednesday not only is it cheaper @ £2 but it also minimises replacement items as its less busy instore during weekdays so this deal is not so hot

Gball

Maybe you should read what he/she wrote before you try to be a smart @rse … Maybe you should read what he/she wrote before you try to be a smart @rse and correct me!!!"I could have it delivered 2/3 times a week, and not have to use my corner shop for bits I have forgotten"



No need to be so rude, I still don't see the problem though. If you're getting £120 worth of shopping then you could split that up to 3 £40 deliveries so you get the stuff fresher.

I signed up for this for 3 months purely to cover the school holidays, worth it in my opinion not to have to take the kids food shopping, it would have cost me more in bribes for good behaviour!

i have 2 deliveries per week for which i was paying £3 and £3.50 respectively, therefore £6.50

i signed up for 6 months, £60

so 6 months = 26 weeks

26 x £6.50 = £169

so i save £109

and then just because i can, i choose a more expensive delivery slot on the same days !!!

Banned

Why's this so cold?

I don't get a delivery often so it wouldn't be good value for me but when I was pregnant or the kids were very young I got them every week and this would have saved me a small fortune.

Good find. Hot from me.

How do you calculate a saving of £42?

Original Poster

How do you calculate a saving of £42?


If you take one delivery a week at £6 the total comes to £78 over three months if you buy the subscription you save £42 over the period. You can save £96 on the 6 month offer. My weekly shop comes above £40 every week so I thought it is a good saving. Obviously not everyone agrees with me.

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Edited by: "bacon64" 31st Jul 2012

Why pay for delivery when Sainsburys offer FREE DELIVERY if the order is over £100 ! (ASDA have free delivery over £99 if using their card). As the different supermarkets often copy each other perhaps free delivery could become the norm. Tesco slots are available from £3, but if they think you are not shopping often enough they will send an email offering free delivery or money off.
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