MSE News: Asda to give shoppers £5 money-off voucher

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"Asda customers can this week get a £5 money-off voucher for a £40+ spend in-store or online ..."
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  • jamespir
    jamespir Posts: 21,456 Forumite
    yes but you have to spend 40 quid this week to get it where as tescos give them away for no spend
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  • myrtleturtle
    myrtleturtle Posts: 8,206 Forumite
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    heres the T&Gs
    http://www.asdapriceguarantee.co.uk/Administration/Bonus-Details.aspx

    when you spend £40+

    you get a £5 off £40 spend coupon so you need to spend another £40 to use coupon
  • dimummy
    dimummy Posts: 170 Forumite
    So, if I understand this right, you actually have to spend £80 to use the £5 off?!!
  • JAG
    JAG Posts: 1,304 Forumite
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    dimummy wrote: »
    So, if I understand this right, you actually have to spend £80 to use the £5 off?!!

    Looks like it.

    ASDA must be worried about Sainsbury's new scheme and need to strike back.
  • meg72
    meg72 Posts: 5,164 Forumite
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    dimummy wrote: »
    So, if I understand this right, you actually have to spend £80 to use the £5 off?!!

    It appears so I dont think I will be bothering with this one but i
    suppose if you have a family and usually spend £40 then it is a genuine £5 off
    Slimming World at target
  • Jo09
    Jo09 Posts: 12 Forumite
    Far too much hastle.
  • if you just do your normal weekly shop its a great deal. you only need eight different grocery items and one comparable item to claim the voucher and thats just for checking on line
  • I guess MSE editors are running out of topics.

    IMO, £5 off on £80 shopping does not warranty a new article.

    As someone mentioned Tesco gives out vouchers like this without any spending.
    I am neither a bull nor a bear. I am a FTB, looking for a HOME, not a financial investment!
  • redbiro
    redbiro Posts: 160 Forumite
    This is nt news ;more an ad . A lot of news stories that arnt in the last while
  • callum9999
    callum9999 Posts: 4,391 Forumite
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    It's actually up to £20/£25 off over the season for the average family who shop in ASDA (£40 is far less than the average transaction I put through on family shops). Not amazing I agree, but considering ASDA guaranteeing to be 10% cheaper than the others already makes them the cheapest in the vast majority of cases, an extra £25 between now and Christmas for your normal shopping is certainly a decent offer.

    So £5 off £80 isn't accurate when you are doing it over consecutive weeks. First fortnight it is £5 off £80, then each subsequent week is £5 off £40.
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