ASDA Price Guarantee Hack
So, you know how to womble. You’re now adding extra points onto your loyalty card and saving money on your shopping thanks to the Asda Price Guarantee.
Based on our knowledge of the Asda Price Guarantee (APG) system we can now manipulate our shopping at Asda to guarantee we get 10% cashback on our food shopping – even if we used wombled receipts and therefore never paid for it in the first place. This is often known as the ASDA Price Guarantee hack.
We do this by creating what’s known as a ‘target shop’.
Asda uses data collated by the online supermarket comparison website MySupermarket to generate APG’s based on whether it’s cheaper or more expensive than the other big supermarket chains.
This means that before you go in store you can see what items cost more, or less in Asda when compared to any other major supermarket.
This information is going to help you create a targeted shop, you can use this information to purchase a vast number of different products from Asda.
Asda Price Guarantee Example
Let’s assume you want to purchase some butter. Simply log on to the MySupermarket online shopping comparison website and search for butter. Here’s an example of a result I found. You’ll see that this particular brand’s 500g tub is cheapest in Asda.
Buy this and it’s going to cost you £0.94 – it’s also not going to contribute towards an Asda Price Guarantee.
However, another example of butter is the 500g tub of Flora Light Spread. This butter isn’t cheapest in Asda. In fact, it’s much cheaper in Morrisons.
If you bought this butter for £1.70 you’re going to get the difference plus 10% (provided you target Morrisons, and the rest of your shop has competitive prices against Morrisons) This means that you’re £1.70 butter is going to provide you with £0.80 on an APG. Making it just £0.90 a tub.
Asda Price Guarantee With Promotions
Stores often use promotions such as buy 2 get 1 free, or buy 2 for £5 as hooks to try and get you to buy more. It’s important to know how these work in a targeted shop.
What you want to look for is other stores running promotions instead of Asda.
Here is a promotion currently being run by Morrisons, any three of the following items for £5.
Below is three items I have chosen to purchase. These three items are going to cost me £5.00. The way Asda see’s it each item cost me £1.67 (£5.00 divided by 3)
Asda is therefore, going to match each individual item (provided they’re not on offer in Asda).
So the chips are £1.67 in Morrisons (on the 3 for £5) and £2.50 in Morrisons. They are therefore going to give you a £1.08 APG voucher.
The pizza is in a deal with Asda however because you’re only buying one and not two, the offer will be calculated based on the pizza being £3.49. In Morrisons, the same pizza is £1.67 (based on the 3 for £5 deal) is therefore going to generate an APG of £2.17.
Finally in our 3 for £5 deal we have ice-cream. We’re paying £1.67 in Morrisons (based on the deal) and £2.50 in Asda generating an APG of £1.08.
So, we’ve purchased three items here in Asda. In Morrisons, these three items would cost £5.00 however in Asda they would cost £8.59. This would generate an APG of £4.09. Making the actual cost of all 3 items £0.91.
Asda Price Guarantee Hack Advice
The very best way of learning about how to manipulate a stores offers through this Asda price guarantee hack is through trial and error. Pick up receipts wombling and check the prices on MySupermarket to get a better idea of how the system works. This allows you to test theories for free. Alternatively, conduct small targeted shops with around ten products and low monetary value to build up your confidence.
The time and money spent investing in gaining an understanding as to how the system works will pay off very quickly financially in the long run.
Also, don’t be afraid to share this Asda Price Guarantee hack with your close friends and family. You might only find that 25% of them are interested, but creating this community will help you to divide your time and find products that work. You can then exchange and trade products between you to ensure you’re all making the most of the offers.
Coupons are becoming a thing of the past thanks to CashBack apps. These apps provide you with a directory full of awesome freebies and discounts. Better still these apps don’t require you to print anything out or remember to take anything to the supermarket.
We can use these apps to find products that match those on the receipts we’ve wombled. Allowing us to claim the money back for ourselves.
CheckoutSmart is a simply designed application. At any one time it has up to 50 different products available for free or to claim cashback on.
Simply find a product on your wombled receipts that matches that from the list of products. Scan the receipt using the mobile application. Wait for the transaction to be approved. Depending on the product you could claim between £0.35 and £3.50 per item.
Once you’ve reached the minimum payment threshold you can withdraw your money direct to your PayPal or bank account.
Shopitize is another simple application that allows you to claim money back on products you’ve purchased. Simply use your wombled receipts to see if any products match those on the Shopitize service at the time, and claim the cashback.
There are up to 25 products available to claim money back on at any one time. This app often includes supermarket own branded milk and lettuce. Earnings per product start at £0.30 and go up to £2.
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Shopmium is the latest cashback app to hit the market. Offering up to £3.00 cashback on products that range from sausages to hair dye. Used wombled receipts to file for the cashback or claim the freebies for yourself.
Earn Money on Receipts
ReceiptHog is another mobile application that rewards you for shopping. With this app you can womble receipts from supermarkets as well as clothing and DIY stores.
Simply upload your receipt to the ReceiptHog application and earn coins. The number of coins you earn is dependent on the transaction total;
Less than £10 = 5 coins
£10 – £50 = 10 coins
£50 – £100 = 15 coins
More than £100 = 20 coins
Every receipt you upload also gives you a spin on the Hog Slot where you can win additional coins.
Every 2,850 coins can be exchanged for £10 sent either direct to your PayPal account or via an Amazon gift card.
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There we have it. My complete guide to the Asda Price Guarantee hack. Be sure to let me know in the comments if you decide to have a go of this. Let me know how sucsessful you are and the lessons you’ve learnt. I’d be more than happy to help and answer any further questions that you might have on the topic!