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Tesco has scrapped it’s cheap delivery slots. Now all slots cost £4.50, except for some unlucky addresses, where they will cost £5.50. Deliveries under £40 will be hit with a £4 surcharge.
The MSE website has advised that regular online shoppers with Tesco pay for Delivery Saver.
What is delivery saver? Martin Lewis’ website advises it if you shop at least twice a month with Tesco.
It offers free delivery and free click & collect for either £7.99 a month or £47.94 for six months.
After paying this fee all deliveries over £40 are free.
Another option is to use the click & collect service, which cost £1.50.
Tesco shoppers expressed their displeasure with the new system on Twitter.
One wrote: “I really thought @Tesco were joking when they made every delivery slot a £4.50 charge.
“I bet my house on Tesco going back to how it was. ASDA delivers from £1.”
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Another said: “Haven’t been able to get a delivery slot for months & now find out about the new £4.50 delivery charge…
“Goodbye @Tesco you won’t be hearing from me again…”
In other supermarket news, Sainsbury’s Nectar Card changes will be implemented in coming weeks.
Now Sainsbury’s shoppers can use their email addresses to log in instead.
The changes will be coming in the next few weeks, so look out.
A spokesman for Nectar said: “We know Nectar card numbers are impossible to remember.
“So soon, you won’t have to dig out your card every time you need to log in.”
This is the just beginning of changes to make using Nectar cards easier, the spokesperson said.
“In future we will roll out more changes to making managing accounts easier, including only needing to update account details in one place,” they said.
Marks & Spencer has launched a food range with prices as low as 40p.
Shoppers will now be able to fill their baskets with M&S’ quality foods for less thanks to the new range.
The retailer has been working to lower the prices on products that customers buy most often, including cupboard staples such as bread, pasta and cheese.
The Remarksable Value range includes more than 200 products which can be found in the grocery aisles, with new TV ads going live to support the new launch.
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