Asda extends one-hour express delivery service to another 92 stores - here's the full list
Asda is extending its one-hour express delivery service to a further 92 stores across the UK. The service was first introduced at the beginning of the summer at four outlets and allows customers to place an order and receive their groceries to their door in under 60 minutes.
The supermarket giant began trialling the service in June, starting in Halifax, Poole, Rotherham and St. Matthews in Walsall. It is now available at further 92 stores across the UK (See full list below).
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How does Asda's express delivery work?
- Express delivery slots are charged at a flat rate of £8.50, with no minimum spend.
- You can order a maximum of 70 items.
- For orders with more than 70 items your delivery time will be extended by no more than four hours.
- The one hour delivery is subject to the number of items in your basket and the distance from your home to your local Asda store.
- You can track your order through the Asda app.
- You must live within a three-mile radius of the Asda store closest to you that offers express delivery.
Here is a full list of the Asda stores now offering express delivery:
|Abbey Park||Chesser||Hull Bilton||Queslett|
|Aberdare||Corby||Hull Hessle Road||Rawtunstall|
|Accrington||Coventry Supercentre||Isle of Dogs||Redditch|
|Bishop Auckland||Dudley||Lecister Abbey Road||Small Heath|
|Boldon Supercentre||Eastleigh Supercentre||Lower Earley||St Matthews, Walsall|
|Boston||Far Cotton SM||Middlesbrough||Stockton|
|Bridge of Dee Supercentre||Ferring||Morley||Sunderland|
|Bristol Filton||Gateshead Supercentre||Nuneaton||Thornaby|
|Caerphilly||Gosport||Old Kent Road||Tipton|
|Cambridge||Great Bridge Supercentre||Patchway||Tunstall|
|Cardiff Supercentre||Hartlepool||Poole||Waterlooville Supercentre|
|Castlepoint Supercentre||Havant Supercentre||Portadown||Wisbech|
|Chaucer Road, Sheffield||Horwich||Portlethen
|Chelmsley Wood||Huddersfield||Queensferry Supercentre||Wolverhampton|
What does Asda say?
Simon Gregg, vice president for online grocery at the supermarket, said: “As the only grocer to offer this service, we have seen a significant number of customers access this option, with slots regularly selling out at our pilot stores. We anticipate more demand for this flexible service now that many of our customers have returned to their place of work and children are back at school.”
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