Walkers Crisps 9p a pack - 40 packs of Walkers crisps for £3.60 @ asda (Using Asda Price Guarantee)
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Walkers Crisps 9p a pack - 40 packs of Walkers crisps for £3.60 @ asda (Using Asda Price Guarantee)

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Found 30th Jul 2014
Here you simply need to put together an Asda apg 'shop' which includes 2 x Walkers crisps 20 packs, both Meaty and Variety will work.

The Asda price will compare to Morrisons and give you 10% back plus the difference.

Which means you get them for £3.60 a pack.

9p a packet of crisps, that's what we crispaholics wait for.

You need minimum 8 items to make an apg purchase, popular items include 10p sweets, single tomatoes, sprouts, grapes, carrots, small ginger pieces, potatoes - or the UHT milk usually compares like for like as do the £1 4 pint fresh milks.

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Original Poster Banned

HTH fellow crispaholics.

Submit receipts here asdapriceguarantee.co.uk/

Original Poster Banned

Check prices for your other items on mysupermarket mysupermarket.co.uk/Sho…%20

You need to ensure that Asda is NOT cheaper than Morrisons for the item you choose, as you'll get the difference back + 10% on top.

Ie if you buy a cheaper item in Asda vs Morrisons, you'll lose out.

Original Poster Banned

You can use any of these 10p sweets as your filler items to make up the minimum quantity of 8 items mysupermarket.co.uk/Sho…ice

For the sake of 40p i think id rather just go to morrisons than check prices of multiple items in both stores to "save" a tiny amount

Brill

Original Poster Banned

jase.2

For the sake of 40p i think id rather just go to morrisons than check … For the sake of 40p i think id rather just go to morrisons than check prices of multiple items in both stores to "save" a tiny amount



The thing is, if you like crisps, you'd stock up 3 months supply when they're 9p a pack.

So the saving is more like £20 depending on how many crisps you eat.

Original Poster Banned

Woo baby! 9p a packet!

Is it just me or is anyone else sent to Asda when you click to get deal??

Original Poster Banned

That's because the deal is @ Asda, funnily enough

Misleading - you get a voucher discounting the difference on your next shop, you are still paying the higher price first.
Edited by: "Pour" 10th Aug 2014

Original Poster Banned

Not misleading in any way. The APG mechanism is referred to in the title and in subsequent posts.

I still wouldn't count that as a deal making it that price though, but I guess we'll have to agree to disagree.

Apologies for the thread spoiling, I guess it's simply me nitpicking at details that depend upon personal opinions.

Original Poster Banned

No problem.

You can get your money back in 3 hours so you don't need to hang around long.
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