Tesco/Asda pricechecker finds here.......

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edited 18 March 2011 at 1:22PM in It's gone, but was it any good?
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Click this link for main pricechecker selection page :

http://www.tesco.com/pricecheck/

choose either individual product to compare at Tesco, Sainsburys and ASDA on this link :

http://www.tesco.com/whatsinstore/pricecheck/

Input your purchase receipt details on this link to make a DTD claim :

https://www.tescopricecheck.com/PriceCheck/Pages/Default.aspx

Pricechecker terms/conditions and FAQ on this link :

https://www.tescopricecheck.com/PriceCheck/Pages/faqs.aspx

Enjoy, and post your 'finds' here :money:

useful step by step by karlie88

Before I start: DTD = double the difference SEL = shelf-edge label


GUIDE

Always check the following if you want to bag a DTD deal:

1. Check the Tesco price check website for your item here <http://www.tesco.com/whatsinstore/pricecheck/>. Try not to be specific i.e. enter terms like 'salmon' rather than 'john west salmon'.

2. If you spot an item that's considerably cheaper at ASDA on the Tesco price check website, then things are looking good.

3. Now, check to see if your item is on the Tesco grocery website ( here )
https://secure.tesco.com/register/?from=http%3a%2f%2fwww.tesco.com%2fgroceries%2f

and Asda grocery website ( here <http://groceries.asda.com/asda-estore/index.jsp>). Make sure you check that the products are identical AND check that the prices match the ones you found on the Tesco price check website (step 1).

4. Repeat the steps above for any other items you'd like. Once you've got a list of your items.....

5. ...go to tesco and find your items. Check the SEL of all items to see if price, product, quantity, weight all match up with what you're about to buy. Check to see if it all matches on your list. If an item is on offer (e.g. BOGOF, buy 2 for £3 etc.), then make sure you put one item into your trolley!

6. At the checkout, check the price of all your items that scan through; as they may not match the SEL. If you got some items that you know are cheaper at Tesco, then put these through as a seperate transaction. DTD is applied to your basket total.

7. Enter receipt details online ( here https://www.tescopricecheck.com/PriceCheck/Pages/Default.aspx) and wait! Results should appear within 24 hours.


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INSTRUCTIONS FOR DOUBLE THE DIFFERENCE: TESCO VS. ASDA - A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE

Extra info has been added at the bottom of this post!

Right fellow money savers...there are new people coming across this thread everyday and so long as tesco don't pull the plug, I can see this being at the top of the grabbit forum for a while.

I've noticed that people commonly ask questions about the process, how to check prices etc. So, I thought it would be good to have a step-by-step guide about the DTD process for people who stumble across this thread. I will post this same message every few pages as I realise people can't/won't read every single post. Btw, I'm not having a go or a rant at anyone, I just want people to know the best way to carry out this deal with minimal :( and maximum :D! lol

Before I start: DTD = double the difference SEL = shelf-edge label


GUIDE

Always check the following if you want to bag a DTD deal:

1. Check the Tesco price check website for your item here. Try not to be specific i.e. enter terms like 'salmon' rather than 'john west salmon'.

2. If you spot an item that's considerably cheaper at ASDA on the Tesco price check website, then things are looking good.

3. Now, check to see if your item is on the Tesco grocery website (here) and Asda grocery website (here). Make sure you check that the products are identical AND check that the prices match the ones you found on the Tesco price check website (step 1).

4. Repeat the steps above for any other items you'd like. Once you've got a list of your items.....

5. ...go to tesco and find your items. Check the SEL of all items to see if price, product, quantity, weight all match up with what you're about to buy. Check to see if it all matches on your list. If an item is on offer (e.g. BOGOF, buy 2 for £3 etc.), then make sure you put one item into your trolley!

6. At the checkout, check the price of all your items that scan through; as they may not match the SEL. If you got some items that you know are cheaper at Tesco, then put these through as a seperate transaction. DTD is applied to your basket total.

7. Enter receipt details online (here) and wait! Results should appear within 24 hours.

8. Follow the steps above for DTD heaven!


I'm sure I've forgotten some points so please point them out. I will add them to my next post when a few more pages have been added to this thread!


*Extra info*

karlie88's FAQ section lol

Some answers to commonly asked questions:

BOGOF, B1G2F offers....do i get them?: no matter how tempting this may be, only buy the single item! if you do want more than 1, then put them through as seperate transactions.

can i use my DTD voucher to purchase another DTD shop?: yes!

can i use coupons towards my shop? will it affect my DTD payout?: yes coupons can be used. they are calculated as a form of payment. you're dtd will not be affected.

when is the price check website updated?: from what i've seen, it's updated late afternoon/early evening. so if you are worried, it's prob best not to do a shop around those times.

is there a minimum purchase?: only one item needs to be purchased

will this work in tesco express?: no. it also doesn't work at selected metros. if they have banners up in these stores, then i presume that they're doing the offer??

what is the maximum amount i can get in DTD?: 10 receipt claims can be made each calendar month and £100 per household each calendar months. however, people have been getting more than £100 without any problems atm.

how long is my DTD voucher valid for?: 28 days from issue

can i use my DTD voucher and get a refund on the items that i bought (or vice versa)?: risky business, i personally wouldn't do it. if you return the item, it's usually marked on your receipt; this may go against you if you want to use the whole DTD voucher on your next shop.
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PLEASE WHEN POSTING A DEAL COPY THIS BELOW TO MAKE THE THREAD EASIER TO SKIP
THROUGH IN ORDER THAT WE CAN REDUCE THE !!!!!ING ABOUT THE PAGES OF 'CHAT'

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*** DEAL ***
*EXACT* TITLE OF PRODUCT/SIZE/WEIGHT
PRICE TESCO £
PRICE ASDA £
DTD £
NET COST AFTER REFUND £





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