500g Kellogg's Corn Flakes 2p with Pricecheck @ Tesco

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Found 1st Mar 2011
Kellogg's Corn Flakes are £1 at ASDA but £1.98 at Tesco - the difference is 98p x2 = £1.96 so I've got my box of Corn Flakes for just 2p

tescopricecheck.com

If the product you bought in Tesco is better than half the price in ASDA, you get the product FREE and the further difference

28 Comments

Well Done.

mod

Moved to misc-good heads up op,but this is a cashback offer and doesnt qualify as a "deal"-you cant actually walk into tesco and buy this for 2 pence-thanks for the info though

hahaha brilliant

stock up on corn flakes and save some shopping money!

is it a comparison on the overall basket or per item
if its per item they will potientially be ha=nding out a fortune you are a savy shopper

andywedge

Moved to misc-good heads up op,but this is a cashback offer and doesnt … Moved to misc-good heads up op,but this is a cashback offer and doesnt qualify as a "deal"-you cant actually walk into tesco and buy this for 2 pence-thanks for the info though



Get your point however its a shame as it will get "lost in misc " , and a lot more use to most of us that the 1p offers ect that bombard the site and could cost tesco a fortune which would be even better

Original Poster

highland2010

is it a comparison on the overall basket or per item if its per item they … is it a comparison on the overall basket or per item if its per item they will potientially be ha=nding out a fortune you are a savy shopper



"you must buy at least 1 comparable item"

Original Poster

highland2010

Get your point however its a shame as it will get "lost in misc " , and a … Get your point however its a shame as it will get "lost in misc " , and a lot more use to most of us that the 1p offers ect that bombard the site and could cost tesco a fortune which would be even better



What about if I change the price to £1.98?

Change the price to £1.98 and put in the title in brackets (2p with cashback) then report it for moving to the deals category.

nowmusicfan

"you must buy at least 1 comparable item"


thanks but if tesco was cheaper on 1 item would it take it off the total.
waiting on finding out when i put a recepit in but thinking ahead on how to "tesco shop" to maximise the credit ( upto £100 per household per month) site is not specific re the comparison ie by item or overall basket, if its on items you could end up with tesco paying you to buy things
Edited by: "highland2010" 1st Mar 2011

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avfcniall

Change the price to £1.98 and put in the title in brackets (2p with … Change the price to £1.98 and put in the title in brackets (2p with cashback) then report it for moving to the deals category.



Won't let me edit the price

I don't get it. Is this the ASDA price guarantee thing? If so I thought the WHOLE of your shopping had to be cheaper elsewhere, not just one or two bits, if the overall price is the same or cheaper, you won't get anything back. Have I misunderstood?

I dunno, do you buy the box in tesco, then fill out a form on tescopricecheck? Can you do it for both online and tinternet shopping?

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splatsplatsplat

I dunno, do you buy the box in tesco, then fill out a form on … I dunno, do you buy the box in tesco, then fill out a form on tescopricecheck? Can you do it for both online and tinternet shopping?



You type in the numbers at the bottom of your reciept on tescopricecheck, Yes you can use a reciept from both instore or online delivery

FrootCake

I don't get it. Is this the ASDA price guarantee thing? If so I thought … I don't get it. Is this the ASDA price guarantee thing? If so I thought the WHOLE of your shopping had to be cheaper elsewhere, not just one or two bits, if the overall price is the same or cheaper, you won't get anything back. Have I misunderstood?



It's the new Tesco thing, the web address is in OP

tescopricecheck.com

RosieWoo

It's the new Tesco thing, the web address is in OP … It's the new Tesco thing, the web address is in OP http://www.tescopricecheck.com



Cool, I didn't know. Just read their FAQs and it hasn't enlightened me. There's no info on the size of your basket, or how they calculate the difference (per basket or each individual item). I'm desperate to switch to Tesco as the ASDA customer service has had me reeling this week, but they are the cheapest (for me).

EDIT: Found the T&C - off to have a read!
Edited by: "FrootCake" 1st Mar 2011

So the start (kelloggs) is £2.38 at tesco but £1 @ Asda I would get 2.76 back from tesco? How do I get this money back? Tesco is closer and I've ran out

Right I gotta go tesco anyway so I'm gonna chance this. Will post back (want some kellogs start)

It says that you put the receipt details into the website and then within 36 hours they will email you a voucher making the difference, so it be cash and they won't honour the difference immediately instore if thats what some people are thinking.

moose109

It says that you put the receipt details into the website and then within … It says that you put the receipt details into the website and then within 36 hours they will email you a voucher making the difference, so it be cash and they won't honour the difference immediately instore if thats what some people are thinking.


Yeah I read that which is fair enough as Tesco is closer to me, but I prefer ASDA on the whole so this could swing things.

I am as confused as everyone , will have to wait the 36 hours to see what happens with my recepit, Tand c and site seem very vague, as i a=said earlier if its paid out on any item thats cheeper then money to be saved if like asda its the basket then still money just a bit more care on the shopping recepit

It just seemed like some people assumed it was a thing you could demand in store and it'll be cash, don't want peoples hopes up too high

highland2010

I am as confused as everyone , will have to wait the 36 hours to see what … I am as confused as everyone , will have to wait the 36 hours to see what happens with my recepit, Tand c and site seem very vague, as i a=said earlier if its paid out on any item thats cheeper then money to be saved if like asda its the basket then still money just a bit more care on the shopping recepit


But what would happen if you only put things in your basket which would get you more money back than youspent lol?

MJK94

But what would happen if you only put things in your basket which would … But what would happen if you only put things in your basket which would get you more money back than youspent lol?



Then you'd get a voucher to the correct amount for your next purchase in Tesco. I would imagine that Tesco aren't stupid and the price for branded goods will be the same as Asda but the own brand stuff will be more expensive, something which isn't really fully covered in the T&C's.

you might get the odd bargain (with a bit of work) but since going from Tesco to Aldi, my bank account is much happier. was spending £70 a week on average at tesco, now spending £40 in aldi


every little helps
Edited by: "splatsplatsplat" 1st Mar 2011

The large Easter eggs deal is even better. They are £2 at Asda and £6 at Tesco.
£4 difference so they have to give you an £8 voucher

From the email I recieved from tesco after doing a price check it turns out the overall cost is what they compare, only a few things were cheaper at asda but overall apparently I saved £7 doing my shop at tesco so I dont get any money back.

yipykayay

The large Easter eggs deal is even better. They are £2 at Asda and £6 at T … The large Easter eggs deal is even better. They are £2 at Asda and £6 at Tesco.£4 difference so they have to give you an £8 voucher



only if they compare them lol
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