12 Month Delivery Saver Plans From £7.50 (Using eCoupon) @ Tesco

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IMPORTANT: If you received a letter about this Delivery Saver deal from Tesco then you are in luck. Use the eCoupon on your letter along with the eCoupon mentioned below and get a WHOLE YEAR for FREE! Both are working together, and are taking off the discount twice.

I had a bit of a joke with you guys on Facebook about shopping with children in tow. Not many of you find it a pleasure to do so and in fact some of you find it a traumatic experience. Avoid the supermarket entirely with this super deal from Tesco. You can now sign up to have all of your groceries delivery to your front door for a FULL year, from only £15 (£7.50 if you have Clubcard Points)

The 12 month delivery plan for Midweek deliveries was originally £36, then £30, get it for £15 when you use DDTPCMYK9MV (leave a space after the V at the end of the eCoupon for it to work). If you prefer to have your groceries delivered at the weekends, for those starved children, it costs £30 when you use the same eCoupon. This service was originally priced at £72.

With this you can have as many deliveries as you want, providing your order is over £25, you can have up to one delivery a day. If you are lucky enough to have plenty of Clubcard Points then you can double these up and use them against your Delivery Saver purchase. Click here for more info on that.

Other perks are included too when you sign up. Here's what Tesco say:

Once you’re signed up, any order you place at tesco.com/groceries* (over £25 and on the days your plan is valid) will be delivered to you with no delivery charge.

Plus, you’ll get priority access to Christmas delivery slots, free delivery on Tesco direct, Wine by the Case and F&F Clothing, as well as other exclusive offers and discounts

This is just perfect for people that don't like loading the cupboards up a couple of times a month. We all have to do top up shops between the big ones we do, for the likes of fresh stuff. This is just ideal for that.

Thanks to millarcat @ HUKD

TOPICS:   Fitness and Diet

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