FOUR major supermarkets are competing for your delivery business.
Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda and Morrisons all offer delivery cards so customers ordering online don’t have to pay for each grocery delivery to their stores.
Plus, if you don’t save money on individual delivery costs, these supermarket giants will refund you in the form of a voucher.
But you will always have to spend at least £40 or there are extra charges. Meanwhile, if you choose to shop with Iceland, you don’t need a delivery card to guarantee free next-day shipping.
This is the place to get the best value.
TESCO: A ticket costs £47.94 for six months, which is £1.84 per delivery if you shop weekly. Without the card, you pay between £2.50 and £7 per delivery.
SAINSBURY’S WILL: Anytime delivery card is £40 for six months or £80 for a year. Midweek tickets (Tuesday to Thursday) are £40 a year. It works out at £1.54 for a one-week delivery, or 77p if you opt for the mid-week option. Without the card, it costs between £1 and £5 per delivery.
ASDA: The 12-month Anytime pass is £72 and the midweek pass (Tuesday to Thursday) is £35. Midweek passes cost just 67p per delivery if you shop weekly. Without the card it will cost you £1-£4.50 per order.
MORRISONS: Anytime delivery is £65 a year, £40 for six months or £8 per month. Midweek tickets are £35 a year, £20 for six months or £5 per month. Like Asda, the annual midweek pass costs just 67p per submission if you use it once a week. Without the card, it will cost you between £2 and £5.50 per order.
ICELAND: Not passable, but you get free next day shipping on orders over £40, which is a great deal.
VERDICT: Iceland’s free next-day delivery deal is unbeatable value, but it doesn’t have the range of products that others offer. Asda and Morrisons are cheapest, especially if you opt for midweek tickets. Discount companies Aldi and Lidl do not deliver.
- Price is correct at the time of shooting. Offers/offers are subject to availability.
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