Last chance to claim Asda Price Guarantee vouchers
Asda's price match guarantee is closing today – so if you've recently shopped at the supermarket, check NOW if you're owed a money-off voucher.
With the Asda Price Guarantee, you can get money off your next shop if comparable items on your receipt are not at least 10% cheaper than at Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Tesco and Waitrose.
Asda announced the closure of the scheme last month and today's the last day you'll be able to claim your money-off vouchers.
The supermarket initially told us that you would have to redeem vouchers by today as well, but it's now confirmed you'll have 28 days from when you receive them (even if this is after today).
The news came as a particular disappointment to 'womblers' – those who pick up other shoppers' discarded receipts and use them to get money off their shopping via a price guarantee. Asda was one of the last major supermarkets not to have explicitly banned this practice.
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How does Asda's price guarantee work?
Here's a summary of how the Asda scheme works:
- To claim the vouchers, you must first sign up for an Asda online shopping account.
- Then enter the barcode number from your receipt on Asda's website. You must do this at least three hours and no more than 28 days after the receipt was issued. You must do it by the end of today.
- If your shop wasn't 10% cheaper than comparable items at Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Tesco and Waitrose, you'll be offered a voucher worth the difference for money off your next shop.
- Print off the voucher, which is valid for 28 days, to take with the original receipt to the checkout when you next go shopping.
See the Asda website T&Cs for full info, including what a comparable item is and how exactly the difference is calculated.
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