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Asda logoAsda £5 off £40*Code for new users. Click & collect only

12 days left

New users to Asda’s online grocery shop can enter the code AFCC4752 at Asda* and get £5 off when you spend £40 or more and collect your items in-store. The code’s valid till Mon 1 Sep. Code can be used once per account.

This is the first time we’ve seen a code for Asda online grocery this year, so if you’re planning a shop, get it while you can. 

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

Ongoing

Get a whole school uniform (ages 3-16) from £7.50 at Asda*, both in-store and online.

What do you get?

Prices change depending on size. 

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

Note: Often stores sell items in multipacks and it isn't possible to buy them individually. When we quote prices in our headlines we take this into account and quote the full cost of buying a whole school uniform using multipacks.

Asda logo£140 for TWO Fujifilm cameras bundle (norm £189)*Incl 2 x cameras, 2 x memory cards, 2 x cases & 1 x HDMI cable

Go quick!

Go online to Asda Direct* and you can get two Fujifilm cameras plus accessories for £140 (was £189). Asda's confirmed stock is extremely limited, so go quick if you want this. Delivery's £2.95.

This is a cracking offer as the bundle even at £189 is decent (we priced the this up to be about £250 if all bought separately), and now you’re getting a further £49 off.

This £140 set includes:

  • Bridging camera (in between an SLR and a compact) - Fujifilm FinePix SL300 14 megapixel camera (next cheapest we found, £129 at Tesco).
  • Compact camera - Fujifilm JZ200 16 megapixel camera (next cheapest we found, £79 at Very).
  • Two 4GB SDHC memory cards (next cheapest we found, £5 each at Asda).
  • HDMI camera to TV cable (next cheapest we found, £7 at Asda).
  • Camera cases for both cameras (next cheapest we found, £30 at Amazon).

Fujifilm

MSE Charlotte says:

Looking at camera review sites, this is what they say:

What's good about the Fujifilm Finepix SL300 is that it's half way between an SLR camera but is still like a standard compact - so perfect for beginners. The biggest plus is the massive 30x optical zoom. So basically, this model is for those who want something a bit more than a standard camera, but doesn't want/need all the functionality and extra cost of an SLR.

The FinePix JZ200 is a great little camera for everyday use. It has a mode that automatically assess the scene and selects the best settings (portrait, landscape, night etc), so your pictures look professional. People who have bought this camera say it's incredibly easy to use.

Asda logoAsda £6 BBQ*Hot deals on BBQs for summer

Ongoing

Go online to Asda* to get a 29cm Summer Garden Grill Barbecue for just £6, while stocks last. Disposable barbecues can cost up to £10, so this is a great deal if you’re looking for something a little more permanent.

Other ‘hot’ deals include:

  • Tesco* - Small Charcoal Bucket for £10
  • Asda* - Portable Kettle Barbecue for £10
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About Asda

Retail giant Asda can trace its history back to Yorkshire farmers founding a dairy in the 1920s. In 1965, the dairy merged with a supermarket firm to create Asda - short for Associated Dairies.

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