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Asda logoFree month's Vitamin D (norm £1.50ish)No voucher needed, just ask in store at Asda pharmacies

For ages 3+

MSE update, Fri 28 Aug: We’ve had reports from some MSE users unable to get free Vitamin D tablets at certain Asda pharmacies. Asda has told us that the promotion is ongoing and this is due to stock issues, which it’s currently working to resolve.

You can get a free 30-day supply of Vitamin D chewable tablets at Asda's 255 UK pharmacies before the end of 2015, subject to availability.

While the packaging is aimed at children, the tablets are suitable for adults and kids over three years old.

Asda told us there’s no voucher required and you don't need to register or buy anything else to be eligible for the offer, you just need to request the supplements at the pharmacy counter.

It has more than 50,000 30-tablet packs to give away nationwide and expects stock to be available until the end of the year. It’s one pack of tablets per customer per visit.

The strength of the tablets is 10 micrograms (standard dose). They come in a raspberry flavour and are suitable for vegetarians, although not for vegans.

While Asda's free Vitamin D pack is a bespoke product created for this promotion, and Vitamin D tablets are often sold in larger quantities, we found a number of online retailers selling 30 Vitamin D tablets for £1.50ish.

Asda logoAsda - school uniform from £7.50*In stores and online, from age 3-16


You can get a full school uniform (ages 3-16) from £7.50 online and in stores at Asda*.

What do you get?

Prices change depending on size.

How to get the uniform: In store and online. Click and collect is free. Standard delivery's £2.95.

Asda logoAsda 2 bottles of wine £10*In stores and online. Selected bottles only


If you go online to Asda* or into a store, you'll get any two bottles of selected wine for £10. Prices for each bottle individually range from £5.98-£9.75, so you can get a decent saving if you go for the pricier wine as you'll effectively get them for £5 each. Asda says this is an ongoing offer, which doesn't currently have an end date.

If you shop online delivery's £1-£5.50, or free if you collect in store (selected areas only). You need to spend £25 or more if you order online, so if you just want a couple of bottles you might be better off getting them in a store.

You can mix and match the bottles. Here's a selection of some of the wine that we spotted on Fri 8 May:

 Please be Drinkaware.

Asda logo£13 Benoit Renaud Champagne Brut*In stores and online at Asda


Benoit Renaud Champagne Brut is £13 at Asda*. It's available online and in stores. Asda has confirmed that this is the standard price for this champagne.

Delivery's £1-£5.50 or free if you collect in store (selected areas only). You must spend £25 or more if you order online.

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Asda logoAsda Opticians £40 varifocal glasses*Incl frames, lenses, anti-reflective coating & tints


You can get a complete pair of varifocal glasses for £40 at Asda Opticians*. The price includes value frames, lenses, anti-reflective coating, tints and thinner lenses (if required).

We compared prices with a number of other opticians, and found that Asda Opticians was the cheapest for varifocal glasses. Always compare prices before you buy though, as you may find a good deal at your local opticians.

See below for the prices of a complete pair of varifocal glasses elsewhere:

  • Tesco Opticians from £60
  • Specsavers from £69
  • Glasses Direct from £95

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Asda logoFREE pork pie with £1 couponJust 'like' on Facebook page


'Like' Pork Farms' Facebook page and fill in your details to get a £1 off Pork Farms pork pies coupon. Its original pork pie is currently £1 at Asda, so using the coupon, you can get it free.

The same pie is only 90p at Tesco, but as it's showing as unavailable online and we've not had confirmation it's available in-store, it's best to get it at Asda.

There are 2,000 coupons left, so be quick as it's first come, first served.

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You must be 18 or over and can only redeem one coupon. You've two weeks to redeem the voucher once you've printed it.

Asda logoAsda £10 dine-in meal for two*In-store and online

Get the Asda dine-in meal* for two for £10, either online or in-store till Tue 19 Feb 2013. Choose from nine mains, two sides out of eight options and four desserts.
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Some of the food items include seafood paella, carrot and butternut squash, and berry panna cotta. With mains costing £6, sides £2 and desserts £2, you can save £2 with this dine-in deal. Orders must be delivered by Sun 17 Feb 2013.

Asda logoAsda spend £40, get £5 off £40 voucher*Do one £40 shop, enter receipt number to get £5 off next one

Spend at least £40 online at Asda* by Sun 4 Nov and enter your order code on the Asda Price Guarantee to get £5 off your next £40 spend. If you're shopping in-store, enter your receipt number online from 6am the next day and then print the voucher, which is valid till Sun 18 Nov 2012.

There are a few criteria your £40 spend must meet - click 'More Info' for details.
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When shopping online, the voucher will appear in your Asda account by midnight the following day. Maximum one voucher per customer, per day.

None of the following count towards the £40 spend:

  • Infant formula
  • Prescriptions
  • Optical
  • Fuel
  • Mobile top-ups
  • Gift cards
  • Anything from the kiosk.

You need to have at least eight different grocery items and at least one of those must be similar or identical to an item at Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons or Waitrose. See full T&Cs.

Asda logoFree Huggies baby pack incl nappies (worth £5)Voucher for new club sign-ups

New users who register with the Asda Baby Club will be emailed a voucher which can be redeemed in-store only. It's valid for 28 days only.
MSE Penny says:

We've estimated the kit to be worth over £5, so this is a great little freebie.

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Only new sign ups can get the freebie. The starter kit contains:
  • 1 pack of Huggies Newborn Nappies size 1 (x27 nappies per pack)
  • 1 pack of Huggies Pure Wipes (x64 wipes)
  • 1 cotton soft sheet

Asda logoFree folic acid for women

Pregnant women or those trying to conceive can get a three-month supply of folic acid tablets from Asda pharmacies as well as a copy of Tommy’s “Having a Healthy Pregnancy” guide.
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Only available in Asda stores with a pharmacy. One pack per person, but if you finish your supply and are still trying to conceive / in your first three months of pregnancy, you can return to your Asda pharmacy to obtain more, while stocks last. Available to women of any age, but not to men.

The usual cost of folic acid tablets ranges, from as little as 0.8p per tablet at Asda to 3.3p per tablet at Boots, so it's worth it if you've an Asda pharmacy nearby, but less so if you've far to travel. However, if you've a maternity exemption certificate then you can get them free from any pharmacy with a prescription from your doctor.
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