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Ocado logoOcado 25% off £60+ code for newbies*Plus 'free' £50 del pass and 10% off selected brands

Until 15 Feb

We've blagged big grocery savings with a triple code for newbies to online food retailer Ocado*. Ocado delivery is only available in some parts of England and Wales, so check it delivers to your area*

Simply register, shop online, and enter the MSE Blagged code VOU1738891 by Mon 15 Feb to get:

1. Up to 25% off (max £25) when you spend £60 or more. It's worth noting your first delivery will be free, though your pass won’t be in action yet. The £60 minimum spend excludes tobacco products, stamps, infant formula, delivery charges, Ocado gift vouchers and food donations.

2. A free six-month anytime delivery pass, normally £49.99. Within seven days of receiving your first grocery shop (using our code), your smart pass will be automatically activated. It'll give you free delivery seven days a week when you spend at least £40, for six months. The smart pass won't auto-renew so there is no need to cancel.

3. The smart pass also gets you 10% off hundreds of selected brands for the full year. Once your smart pass is activated, you'll get an automatic 10% discount on hundreds of branded products (there were 860 when we looked on Tue 12 Jan - but it can change). As it also price matches Tesco on many branded goods – and there’s a lot of overlap between the price matched goods and those with the 10% discount, this is a decent price. PS: If you buy brands, why not try our downshift challenge to find out if you can save even more money.

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One code per new Ocado account, and it can't be used with any other offer.

Smart pass deliveries are limited to one per day.

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Ocado logoOcado 25% off £60+ code for newbies*Plus 'free' £70 del pass and 10% off brands on subsequent spends

Expired

We've blagged a triple code for newbies to online food retailer Ocado*. Simply register, shop online, and enter the MSE Blagged code VOU9901504 by Fri 31 Jul. Ocado delivery is only available in some parts of England and Wales, so check it delivers to your area*

1. Up to 25% off (max £25) when you spend £60-£100. It's worth noting you will need to pay for delivery (£0 - £6.99) on this shop, as the delivery pass won’t be in action yet. The £60 minimum spend excludes tobacco products, stamps, infant formula, delivery charges, Ocado gift vouchers and food donations.

2. A free annual midweek delivery pass, normally £69.99. Within seven days of receiving your first grocery shop (using our code), you'll be emailed instructions on how to sign up for your smart pass. It'll give you free delivery on Tue, Wed or Thu when you spend at least £40, for a year (Christmas deliveries excluded). 

3. The smart pass also gets you 10% off hundreds of selected brands for the full year. Once your smart pass is activated, you'll get an automatic 10% discount on hundreds of branded products (there were 890 when we looked on Fri 5 Jun - but it can change). As it also price matches Tesco on many branded goods – and there’s a lot of overlap between the price matched goods and those with the 10% discount, this is a decent price. PS: If you buy brands, why not try our downshift challenge to find out if you can save even more money.

WARNING! The annual pass will auto-renew after 12 months at FULL PRICE (£69.99). If you don't want to continue at full whack, make sure you mark it in your diary to cancel by calling Ocado on 0345 656 1234.

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One code per new Ocado account, and it can't be used with any other offer. 

The annual midweek pass excludes deliveries between 22-24 Dec 2015. Deliveries are limited to one per day.

Ocado logoOcado 25% off £40+ code for newbies*Plus 'free' £70 del pass and 10% off brands on subsequent spends

Expired

We've blagged big grocery savings with a triple code for newbies to online food retailer Ocado*. Register, shop online, and enter the MSE Blagged code VOU0984602 by Sat 28 Feb. Ocado delivery is only available in some parts of England and Wales, so check it delivers to your area*

1. Up to 25% off (max £25) when you spend £40-£100. It's worth noting you will need to pay for delivery (£0 - £6.99) on this shop, as the delivery pass won’t be in action yet. The £40 minimum spend excludes tobacco products, stamps, infant formula, Ocado gift vouchers and food donations.

2. An annual midweek delivery pass, normally £69.99. Within seven days of receiving your first grocery shop (using our code), you'll be emailed instructions on how to sign up for your smart pass. It'll give you free delivery on Tue, Wed or Thur when you spend at least £40, for a year (Christmas deliveries excluded). 

3. The smart pass also gets you 10% off hundreds of selected brands for the full year. Once your smart pass is activated, you'll get an automatic 10% discount on hundreds of branded products (there were 885 when we looked on Mon 12 Jan - but it can change). As it also price matches Tesco on many branded goods – and there’s a lot of overlap between the price matched goods and those with the 10% discount, this is a decent price. PS If you buy brands, why not try our downshift challenge to find out if you can save even more money.

WARNING! The annual pass will auto-renew after 12 months at FULL PRICE (£69.99). If you don't want to continue at full whack, make sure you mark it in your diary to cancel by calling Ocado on 0345 656 1234.

More info

One code per new Ocado account, and it can't be used with any other offer. 

The annual midweek pass excludes deliveries between 22-24 Dec 2015. Deliveries are limited to one per day.

Ocado logoOcado 25% off £40 & FREE £70 midweek delivery pass*Blagged code for newbies. Delivery pass also gets 10% off brands

Expired

If you're new to online food retailer Ocado*, register, shop online, and enter the MSE Blagged code VOU6454384 by Wed 31 Dec to get two cracking deals. Ocado delivery is only available in some parts of England and Wales, so check it delivers to your area*

Here's what you get:

  • 25% off (max £25) when you spend £40+. This is an easy discount off groceries, as its prices are similar to other major supermarkets. For max value though, spend between £40-£100 as above that the discount's capped at £25. Ocado says delivery cost depends on the time and your location, but can range from £0-£6.99. Your order must be placed by Wed 31 Dec, but you can choose a delivery slot that is after this date. The £40 minimum spend excludes tobacco products, stamps, infant formula and Ocado gift vouchers.

  • An annual midweek delivery pass, normally £69.99. Within seven days of receiving your first grocery shop, you'll be emailed instructions on how to sign up for your delivery pass. It'll give you free delivery when you spend at least £40, and opt for deliveries on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays for a year from the date you sign up (this excludes Christmas deliveries though, more info below). The delivery pass also gets 10% off hundreds of selected brands for the full year - so can work out as a really strong deal.

WARNING! The annual pass will auto-renew after 12 months at FULL PRICE (£69.99). If you don't want to continue at full whack, make sure you mark it in your diary to cancel by calling Ocado on 0345 656 1234.

More info

One code per new Ocado account, and it can't be used with any other offer. 

The annual midweek pass excludes deliveries on Tue 23 Dec and Wed 24 Dec, as well as Christmas deliveries next year between 22-24 Dec 2015.

Deliveries are limited to one per day.

Ocado logoOcado £10 off £40 & FREE £70 delivery pass*Midweek del pass (usually £70) also gets 10% off brands

Expired

If you're new to Ocado*, register, do a shop online, and enter the MSE Blagged code VOU1624156 by Wed 22 Oct to get:

  • £10 off when you spend £40. Delivery charges will apply on your first shop if you're spending less than £75. Ocado say delivery depends on the time and location, but can range from £0-£6.99.

  • An annual midweek delivery pass worth £69.99. Within seven days of receiving your first grocery shop, you'll be emailed instructions on how to sign up for your delivery pass. It'll give you free delivery when you spend at least £40, and opt for deliveries on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays for a year from the date you sign up (this excludes Christmas and New Year deliveries, though).

    The delivery pass also gets 10% off hundreds of brands, and as Ocado price-matches the other big supermarkets, this makes it great value.

WARNING! The annual pass will auto-renew after 12 months at FULL PRICE (£69.99). If you don't want to continue at full whack, make sure you cancel by calling Ocado on 0345 656 1234.

Ocado delivery is only available in some parts of England and Wales so check it delivers to your area. The £40 minimum spend excludes tobacco products, stamps and infant formula.

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One voucher per new Ocado account.
 

Ocado logoOcado up to 25% off £40 or £80*With FREE Delivery. Online codes for NEW customers.

Expired

If you're a new customer to Ocado you have two choices depending on how much you're spending.

Up to 25% off £40 

Enter the code VOU6653202 at the Ocado* online checkout. The minimum spend’s £40 and the maximum you can save is £10. So if your basket costs over £40, your discount will be less than 25%. 

OR

Up to 25% off £80 

Enter the code VOU3089264 at the Ocado* online. The minimum spend’s £80 and the maximum you can save is £20. So if your basket costs over £80, your discount will be less than 25%.

Both codes end at 11.59pm on Mon 30 Jun. Delivery is free - it usually costs between £0-6.99 depending on the time slot, address and amount spent. 

If your chosen code takes your bill under the minimum spend (so £40 or £80), Ocado says that’ll be fine. 

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Both codes can't be used with any other offer or on:

  • Tobacco products
  • Postage stamps
  • Infant formula
  • Ocado gift vouchers


Ocado deliveries are only available in certain areas of England and Wales - enter your postcode here to check availability in your area.

Excludes business accounts.

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There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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