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I recently found out about this. All you have to do is enter your receipt barcode and it will compare your shopping. You need to have at least 8 different items and an Asda home shopping account in order to get a voucher if your shop wasn't 10% cheaper.

For more info have a look at this link:

https://www.asdapriceguarantee.co.uk

Bargainfinder
over a year ago
What do you think of this?
Bargainfinder
Bargainfinder
Original Poster
over a year ago

I recently got about £3 voucher

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didbygraham
didbygrahamover a year ago

it certainly works and is nice and easy to use. My last two shops have managed £1.56 and £1,28 so worth doing. The previous one was 7p!

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Bargainfinder
Bargainfinder
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over a year ago

7p = 1 free bag for life 😂

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Grannyclock
Grannyclockover a year ago

Remember to sort your shopping so that you pay separately for anything reduced or cheaper in Asda than anywhere else. You can check prices on sites like My Supermarket.

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Grannyclock
Grannyclockover a year ago

I got a £5 voucher yesterday. I bought strongbow cider (£5 cashback on Clicksnap too), Walkers sensations (free with Clicksnap), Jacobs Creek merlot (down to £3.50 with Shopmium), 2 different Onken yogs, 3 different Tassimo coffees, a tin of pineapple and a tin of tomatoes. In total £9 cashback and the £5 voucher. I love finding deals like this!

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Bargainfinder
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over a year ago

Grannyclock Great find

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sarahtwinmom
sarahtwinmomover a year ago

Grannyclock Do i need a Quidco account to use Clicksnap or can i just claim my money back into my bank??? Any advise welcome

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Grannyclock
Grannyclockover a year ago

sarahtwinmom I would imagine you do need a Quidco account. I had one before I signed up so don't really know.

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KandJblog
KandJblogover a year ago

sarahtwinmom yes, you do need a quidco account to use clicksnap as far as I'm aware

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sarahtwinmom
sarahtwinmomover a year ago

KandJblog thanks for letting me know :-)

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Sandy
Sandyover a year ago

Thank you for this. You've just inspired some shopping at ASDA

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Bargainfinder
Bargainfinder
Original Poster
over a year ago

Your welcome I never knew about this one day but read it somewhere and now I always check my receipt

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sarah198028
sarah198028over a year ago

used £2 today,with other coupons I saved £5 🙂

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Grannyclock
Grannyclockover a year ago

Today I went to a different Asda and when I used a Price Guarantee Voucher at the till was asked for the credit card that was used to pay on the receipt. I said I hadn't got it and she took the voucher. She said they were bringing in this extra check because 'people are picking up other people's receipts' and that only 4 vouchers per month were to be allowed.

Has anyone else heard this? It might be worth using your vouchers if you are one of those naughty Womblers.

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Bargainfinder
Bargainfinder
Original Poster
over a year ago

Grannyclock Ive never experienced that before.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraigover a year ago

My nearest Asda is too far away for a weekly visit. We will go in when we happen to be up at the retail park and I always get amazing clothes from there!

I can understand about them putting a limit on it and making sure you have the card you paid with it, they won't want people to abuse the system and will want the correct person to get the benefit from it.

I tend to shop around in the supermarket depending on who has the best points deals or the best offers to save money.

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connerscashback
connerscashbackover a year ago

Ah Great this will be useful! I use Asda loads

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andymaat
andymaatover a year ago

This can be very good - especially if you shop online - but be careful, read the terms and conditions on their website.

The (very) basics are

They only compare prices with Tesco, Sainsbury, Morrison and Waitrose (their 'competitors')

Your shopping must consist of at least 8 items, of which at least 1 must be comparable.

To be comparable, if it is a branded product, it must be exactly the same size/weight/volume as the competitors.

If it is an own brand product, the size/weight/volume must be within 10% of the competitors.

If the total of the comparable items is not 10% cheaper at ASDA you receive vouchers for the difference. e.g if your comparable shop is £30 at ASDA and also £30 at Tesco, you will receive a £3 voucher. If this shop is £25 at Tesco, you would receive a £7.50 voucher (£25 less 10% = £22.50, so the voucher is for £30 - £22.50 = £7.50).

My method is to do "targeted" shopping. This involves making a list of what I want/need and seeing the deals on at (usually) Tesco or (sometimes) Morrisons. Occasionally I have to 'tweak' the list, but never very much. Since starting this, 3 months ago, I have had £197 worth of vouchers. At ASDA the comparable goods cost me £840. These would have been £744 at Tesco, thereby a saving of £96. I much prefer the £197, even if this is in vouchers rather than hard cash.

Be warned though, sometimes they do not compare items that should be, and sometimes compare items that shouldn't be. Recently I purchased some branded washing up liquid (half price at Tesco), but they didn't compare it with the same brand/size they were selling at full price. On the same order they compared own brand wild rocket (weighing 60g) with Morrisons (weighing 70g). I am having protracted email conversations about this and other similar incidents, but where their call centre/customer services are outsourced abroad (I understand South Africa) it is difficult to get anywhere in a reasonable time.

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Bargainfinder
Bargainfinder
Original Poster
over a year ago

Thankyou for the info

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CHoward
CHowardover a year ago

I spend hours doing my shopping list, comparing prices to different supermarkets and online food discount places to make sure I save as much as possible!

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winterbotham
winterbothamover a year ago

I did a shop today and tried to cash in a voucher for £4.87 off my bill that I got last week. The cashier said it wouldn't go through

and said I had to get in touch with Asda House, which I did, but the lady that answered was foreign and I could 'nt understand

a word she said, so Bang goes my £4.87. I am very annoyed and hope the voucher I got today for £2.34 doesn't go the same way!

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KandJblog
KandJblogover a year ago

They always have issues with vouchers in asda, it's a nightmare, but I stand and fight till they process it manually 😂

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Grannyclock
Grannyclockover a year ago

KandJblog that paints a lovely picture!

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Grannyclock
Grannyclockover a year ago

I have had that happen but they have usually sorted it at customer services.

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winterbotham
winterbothamover a year ago

Sorry about the double post!

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Grannyclock
Grannyclockover a year ago

I noticed it now says they give you a voucher if not 10% cheaper than MORETHAN ONE COMPETITOR. It hasn’t always been this has it?

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Bargainfinder
Bargainfinder
Original Poster
over a year ago

Shame they will no longer be doing it anymore recieved an email today

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craftyclaws04
craftyclaws04over a year ago

Well gutted, sometimes I could get about £3 in vouchers 😥

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SashaMills
SashaMillsa year ago

How do you scan barcodes..??

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