In a desperate bid to economise am going to try online shopping for food. This is to stop me spending every couple of days in the supermarket "just nipping in for milk" and spending £40. Then dh does the same on the way home from work too!This is in addition to the weekly shop
Now, whilst I appreciate I may still have to get milk for ds in between shops I'm going to go to local shop instead, armed with bare minimum of cash.
do you get what you order? could it work out cheaper? and most importantly, will the dates be good? I don't want milk/meat/bread/yogurts to arrive just to go off the next day or so
i found fruit was rubbish but that might vary from store to store. thay are very good at refunds tho, they refunded me for all the rubbish fruit i complained about. try it and if its no good use local market in future. no problem with dates but dont eat meat so cant comment on that. i swapped to tesco because the clubcard points are so good. its only cheaper if you dont start your shop with a trip around the offers section
I've never had a problem with ASDA delivery, oh tell a lie I recieved 40 bread rolls that I didnt order, I rang them and they said if the driver wasn't back to collect them that night I could keep them.
He never came and 40 fresh bread rolls don't freeze well either.
I found ASDA instore and delivery to have very short shelf life anyway.
They have been late twice at most its been 10 minutes and both times they rang to tell me they were going to be late.