Cheapest Supermarket Home Delivery

In this article, we list the cheapest supermarket online delivery deals, including the prices of monthly passes. Whether you shop at Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrisons, Ocado, Waitrose or Iceland, it is good to know what delivery options they offer. In some cases, you can get free delivery!

Most people opted for online grocery shopping, especially during lockdown. So, it is vital to track down the cheapest supermarket delivery deals to avoid wasting a load of cash.
We tried to cover major supermarkets, including Tesco, Sainsburys, Ocado and Iceland. Due to increased demand for food delivery, some supermarkets have reported unavailability in delivery spots. You could have to wait days, or even weeks, to book a slot in some cases.

Sainsbury's Delivery Costs

You have two delivery pass options, but you will need to spend a minimum of £40 per shop: Midweek Delivery Pass covers deliveries on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays with a cost of £10, £18 or £30 for three, six or twelve months respectively.
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Anytime Delivery Pass covers deliveries any day of the week with a cost of £20, £35 or £60 for three, six or twelve months respectively. Sainsburys will send you a voucher to cover any difference if you have not saved money with a Delivery Pass. You can earn points with Nectar cards, which can be redeemed at Sainsbury’s, as well as 500 other brands.

Asda Delivery Costs

Grocery Delivery Passes in Asda offer you free delivery anytime for specific days. However, due to an increased demand, this option is currently not available.

Delivery passes were available for 12 months. You could get the following offers:

If you did not save more than you would have spent on standard delivery charges, Asda would give you an eVoucher for the difference.

Iceland Delivery Costs

Delivery passes are not available in Iceland, but you can get exclusive offers by a Bonus Card. You register your card to load money onto it and Iceland will top up every £20 with £1 (5%). They also provide free delivery when you spend over £35

Morrisons Delivery Costs

Regular Morrisons shoppers can have free delivery anytime for specified periods. You have the following Delivery pass offers:

  • For a month (£8)
  • For six months (£40)
  • For a year (£65).
  • A mid-week pass, which you can use for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday deliveries.
  • Monthly (£5), six-month (£20) and annual (£35) passes are available.

If your Delivery Pass costs you more than standard delivery charges, Morrisons will give you a refund. You can also get a Morrisons More Card to earn points.

The tips here from Lovemoney.com help you save more pennies.

Tesco Delivery Costs

 Delivery Saver scheme offers you £7.99 for one month or £47.94 for six months. Unfortunately, Tesco suspended offers of £6.99 a month for six months and midweek delivery saver pass, which cost £3.99 a month.

You are entitled to order one delivery per day with a minimum order of £40. you can also take eCoupon if you do not save money with the Delivery Saver plan. Tesco’s Clubcard scheme offers you points that can be turned into vouchers for shopping or days out.

Waitrose Delivery Costs

Ocado Delivery Costs

Smart Pass in Ocado is not available at present and there is no confirmation when they will be back on sale.

You do not have to pay any extra charges for Smart Pass. So, you save at least 10% on selected items. You can also have access to exclusive sales and many benefits. You pay delivery charges normally during Christmas week, but Smart Pass holders get priority.

 

In conclusion, the following tips will help you save when doing your online grocery shopping:

  1. Change delivery service occasionally. Supermarkets send their best deals to those who have not used their service for a while.

 

  1. If their services made you less happy (late delivery, damaged fruit or vegetables, items too close to their sell-by date, dented tins) phone up and complain. They will often replace or simply refund your money.

 

 

  1. Do not forget to check prices. Even if your delivery is free, you could still end up spending more at different supermarkets. You can check prices always at our website mysupermarkets.uk.

 

  1. Use Click & Collect services. They are offered in many supermarkets. You order something online and pick it up bagged up and ready for you.

 

  1. Supermarkets’ websites send out discount codes via emails. So, sign up on all websites, even if you do not intend to shop with them straight away.

 

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