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Offer available until 11.55pm on 10 May 2020. Free delivery offer valid on five (5) orders from selected convenience stores made via the Uber Eats app (check the Uber Eats app for participating stores and availability of deliveries in your area), when you spend a minimum of £5 on food and drink per order, excluding the delivery fee. Other fees (such as a service fee) may apply to order. To be eligible for the promotion, apply the code FREECONVUK in the Uber Eats app at the checkout before completing your order.

Code can be redeemed a maximum of 5 times per user. Code can be redeemed for a maximum of 50,000 orders on a first come, first serve basis. Terms apply:

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sdduk224/04/2020 22:12

Don't do it where i live in Essex looks like its only for London or big …Don't do it where i live in Essex looks like its only for London or big cities.it's a nightmare trying to get deliveries from the big supermarkets i don't drive and can't go out because my wife is really ill also had all the letters and emails from docs and hospital telling me and the wife not to go out.My daughter does some bits but can't expect her to do everything she has her own family to look after.



Tesco If you are a vulnerable person, you will be able to book a priority slot and select an eight hour window for delivery from today, Monday, April 6.

Customers who do not currently have a Tesco account and have a letter from the NHS can either create an account online or call the supermarket on 0800 917 7359.

Sainsbury’s

Once you are told you qualify for priority delivery, you can call the Sainsbury's customer care line on 0800 636262, although the supermarket has warned it is very busy and you might need to try a couple of times.

When you get through to a member of staff, they will help you arrange a delivery slot.

Asda

Vulnerable Asda customers will receive a link to take them to the Asda site, where they will be able to access a recurring delivery slot.

They will also be able to access slots a week further in advance of everyone else if they don’t want a recurring slot.

These customers will also benefit from free delivery and no minimum spend when they place their order.

Morrisons

Morrisons is working to make more delivery slots available, and is adding a fast track to its queue system so that vulnerable customers can be prioritised.

Customers who are classed vulnerable by the government will already have received communications from the supermarket, it said
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Heat added, good to see lower £5 minimum spend. Shame all the convenience stores on Uber Eats are so expensive.

On my app the code says FREECONV without the UK bit. Both codes work, each giving 5x free delivery
Edited by: "jamie15" 24th Apr
jamie1524/04/2020 19:44

Heat added, good to see lower £5 minimum spend. Shame all the convenience …Heat added, good to see lower £5 minimum spend. Shame all the convenience stores on Uber Eats are so expensive.On my app the code says FREECONV without the UK bit. Both codes work, each giving 5x free delivery


Cheers Jamie. Added to my account. Shame they're expensive, if only the Co-op was on there! Although I noticed the prices have gone up on Deliveroo but still half the price of those overpriced convenience stores at gas stations.
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Very expensive way if shopping . Bit hey if u can afford it . It's some competition
Don't do it where i live in Essex looks like its only for London or big cities.

it's a nightmare trying to get deliveries from the big supermarkets i don't drive and can't go out because my wife is really ill also had all the letters and emails from docs and hospital telling me and the wife not to go out.
My daughter does some bits but can't expect her to do everything she has her own family to look after.
Extremely overpriced. Imagine paying a hefty sum for a bottle of water, say £1 in Sainsbury’s local... then double it. That’s the kind of pricing. But great if you’ve got some money burning in your pocket.
WHAT THE HELL?!!
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Who is buying packets of Doritos for THREE QUID?!!
Edited by: "CAL23" 24th Apr
sdduk224/04/2020 22:12

Don't do it where i live in Essex looks like its only for London or big …Don't do it where i live in Essex looks like its only for London or big cities.it's a nightmare trying to get deliveries from the big supermarkets i don't drive and can't go out because my wife is really ill also had all the letters and emails from docs and hospital telling me and the wife not to go out.My daughter does some bits but can't expect her to do everything she has her own family to look after.



Tesco If you are a vulnerable person, you will be able to book a priority slot and select an eight hour window for delivery from today, Monday, April 6.

Customers who do not currently have a Tesco account and have a letter from the NHS can either create an account online or call the supermarket on 0800 917 7359.

Sainsbury’s

Once you are told you qualify for priority delivery, you can call the Sainsbury's customer care line on 0800 636262, although the supermarket has warned it is very busy and you might need to try a couple of times.

When you get through to a member of staff, they will help you arrange a delivery slot.

Asda

Vulnerable Asda customers will receive a link to take them to the Asda site, where they will be able to access a recurring delivery slot.

They will also be able to access slots a week further in advance of everyone else if they don’t want a recurring slot.

These customers will also benefit from free delivery and no minimum spend when they place their order.

Morrisons

Morrisons is working to make more delivery slots available, and is adding a fast track to its queue system so that vulnerable customers can be prioritised.

Customers who are classed vulnerable by the government will already have received communications from the supermarket, it said
Thanks Darthballs
I will look into them we did get iceland delivery a couple of time but even that is getting harder now its like you have to go on there everyday and keep checking every couple of hours to see if any slots come up but been trying since thursday and no slots available.
We have had letters and emails but none had advised like you have just given to me.
Thanks again for the information.
No probs
Heat for posting, but with “convenient” stores charging an additional 100-200% for each item (at least in my area) I can’t see myself using this. If however, you do have fair prices in your area, use both FREECONVUK and FREECONV
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