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    • lacoste1985
    • By lacoste1985 24th Jul 16, 12:01 PM
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    Asda price guarantee vouchers queries
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    • 24th Jul 16, 12:01 PM
    Asda price guarantee vouchers queries 24th Jul 16 at 12:01 PM
    hi all
    I have recently started wombling other peoples asda receipts but have already reached my limit of 10 per calendar month. Yesterday i found a couple that I have checked today and they have got about £5 on them, i tried to print them off but keep getting a message "Unfortunately, you can't claim this voucher as your household has already made 10 claims this month. Please try again next month."

    does this mean i have to wait until 1st Aug before i can print these off?

    thanks
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    • ajbell
    • By ajbell 8th Aug 16, 1:09 AM
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    • 8th Aug 16, 1:09 AM
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    • 8th Aug 16, 1:09 AM
    No, just register again with a different email and password.
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    • ByteZine
    • By ByteZine 11th Aug 16, 3:25 PM
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    • #3
    • 11th Aug 16, 3:25 PM
    asda price guarantee : new rules ?
    • #3
    • 11th Aug 16, 3:25 PM
    site says you need to bring the old receipt ?
    Is this a new rule ?
    I don't recall needing this in the past. (only used about 3 times)
    also I had to sign up, which in the past I didn't.
    • jon81uk
    • By jon81uk 11th Aug 16, 4:59 PM
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    • #4
    • 11th Aug 16, 4:59 PM
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    • 11th Aug 16, 4:59 PM
    You always had to show the receipt with the voucher.
    • ByteZine
    • By ByteZine 11th Aug 16, 5:04 PM
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    • #5
    • 11th Aug 16, 5:04 PM
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    • 11th Aug 16, 5:04 PM
    ok thanks

    I only started using recently.
    perhaps they let people off with their 1st voucher, as I dont recall bringing the old receipt (at self checkout) or signing up.
    • aau1
    • By aau1 12th Sep 16, 2:02 PM
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    • 12th Sep 16, 2:02 PM
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    • 12th Sep 16, 2:02 PM
    You always had to show the receipt with the voucher.
    Originally posted by jon81uk
    except for a brief spell recently when you didn't
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    • Sparhawke
    • By Sparhawke 22nd Sep 16, 4:08 AM
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    • 22nd Sep 16, 4:08 AM
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    • 22nd Sep 16, 4:08 AM
    You have around 28 days from the time of receipt to printing it out then I think a further three weeks, what you are best doing is if you get a load then rank then from most to least, no point wasting a spot on a 17p voucher if you could use it on a £3 one

    What I am considering doing is getting around this 10 per household limit too when I get enough, I hate restrictions that serve to just stifle you.
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    • kjarvo
    • By kjarvo 8th Aug 17, 9:47 PM
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    • 8th Aug 17, 9:47 PM
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    • 8th Aug 17, 9:47 PM
    No, just register again with a different email and password.
    Originally posted by ajbell
    Unfortunately, it then says that this voucher has been claimed by another account. It happened to me
    • simesb
    • By simesb 12th Sep 17, 4:41 AM
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    • 12th Sep 17, 4:41 AM
    APG voucher self service 'rejection'
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    • 12th Sep 17, 4:41 AM
    Since an 'update' around 10 days ago, at my local Asda, all my best-quality-printed APG vouchers are being rejected (unknown barcode) on the self service checkouts, and I have to seek assistance.
    It could be this is deliberate rejection since APG vouchers and self service have always been an unholy marriage for Asda staff, even viewed with suspicion for some reason.
    I know of one store where the deposit slot on the self service checkouts for used APG vouchers are deliberately blocked up for the same reason.
    • tiredwithtwins
    • By tiredwithtwins 24th Sep 17, 11:15 AM
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    Since an 'update' around 10 days ago, at my local Asda, all my best-quality-printed APG vouchers are being rejected (unknown barcode) on the self service checkouts, and I have to seek assistance.
    It could be this is deliberate rejection since APG vouchers and self service have always been an unholy marriage for Asda staff, even viewed with suspicion for some reason.
    I know of one store where the deposit slot on the self service checkouts for used APG vouchers are deliberately blocked up for the same reason.
    Originally posted by simesb



    my local asda is superstore, and prior to using this store I went to a superstore in a different part of the city - they always have problems with the vouchers ... always have and probably always will.
    at the end of the day its money off from your previous shop (or someone elses shop if you womble like I do!) ... just ignore any attitude or comments and claim your money off. if theres a queue I may smile and apologise for keeping people waiting but not usually.
    regarding the values, i dont log in to check the receipt, and just jot on the top of the receipt the value then when I use them for my end of month shop I print off the most valuable ... or like others have said, just open another account - I used a different email address and used my mums home address ... she didn't shop at asda, and I opt out of the mailing so no problems. just use the vouchers from each account on different days so theres no problem. I also pay cash with the vouchers ... for no particular reason, only that my end of the month shop is usually made up from vouchers and £1, £2 & 50p coins I save from the first 3 or 4 weeks change ... (im a nurse and single parent to 3 teens so when its a 5 week month before payday, things are tight by the end of week 4!!)


    as a ps to the wombling .. the best one I found gave a voucher for £9.14!!
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    • faddy
    • By faddy 3rd Dec 17, 1:09 AM
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    Used my first APG voucher today. After I'd said that I'd like to have my receipt back, the assistant scanned it (but didn't write on it). Is this how they now prevent repeat usage of a voucher?
    • sheffieldeagle
    • By sheffieldeagle 12th Dec 17, 4:33 PM
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    Hi


    Does anyone know if the APG vouchers can still be used on the self service tills and if so whats the process?


    Many thanks
    • dlusman
    • By dlusman 12th Dec 17, 4:40 PM
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    Hi


    Does anyone know if the APG vouchers can still be used on the self service tills and if so whats the process?


    Many thanks
    Originally posted by sheffieldeagle
    Has worked okay in the past , but last time I tried ( at beginning of December ) it didnt work and had to get assistance.
    • ByteZine
    • By ByteZine 12th Dec 17, 4:52 PM
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    i always have to get staff now. i wonder if a staff person put me on a 'bad' list.

    I am confused cos Tesco vouchers can only be used once. I accidentally tried one twice and it was rejected 2nd time ('already used').

    Meanwhile asda/walmart don't seem to have the ability to notice a voucher has been used, or so they say.
    • Kim_13
    • By Kim_13 12th Dec 17, 5:39 PM
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    Hi


    Does anyone know if the APG vouchers can still be used on the self service tills and if so whats the process?


    Many thanks
    Originally posted by sheffieldeagle
    Recently tried and even the attendant couldn't do it. She had to just key it in as a voucher (even keying in the APG bar code didn't work) and get a supervisor to authorise it because it was over £2.
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    • ScarletMarble
    • By ScarletMarble 14th Dec 17, 11:28 PM
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    I find needing a staff member to authorise any APG on self scan is a PITA. I normally go through a manned till or 'pretend; I forgot to pick up an item and go to the kiosk instead.

    Tesco, I scanned £15.50 of coupons without any help from the assitants - three coupons.
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