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ASDA entertainment store offers great savings on DVD's, blu ray, CD's and Computer Games even on new releases and chart topping titles where you can find savings of up to 50% on the recommended retail price.
ASDA also stack up well when it comes to price when compared to other major online entertainment providers and the fact they they offer FREE delivery with every DVD, CD or Computer Game purchased means that if you want to purchase and individual item such as a newly released CD you don't have to worry about spending a certain amount to get FREE delivery.
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"I shopped at ASDA online to buy a Nintendo Wii game that I had been after for a while, and saw that they had up to 80% off special offer running and I ended up buying 8 CD's and a DVD as well - and all for just £70! The best thing is that postage and packing is free and they send each product out individually so you don't have to wait for all the stock to be available to ship before they send out your products. I'd shopped with ASDA before so I could log in and all my details were there including credit card so all I had to do was input my card security number and I was away. The store is really easy to use and the shopping cart was simple to adjust the number of items I had added. All in all a great user experience and (without sounding too cheesy) the prices were great too. Even the non-sale items were cheaper than some of bigger name sites out there."
ASDA is the UK's second largest supermarket with 17 million customers a week across 357 stores throughout the UK. In 1999, ASDA became part of the Wal Mart family and has been voted UK's cheapest supermarket for the last 11 years ensuring you pay the lowest price possible.
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- Asda Wins Annual Christmas Sales Race Between UK Retailers
This Christmas, Asda Groceries won the annual race between the UK supermarket chains after the retailer posted a10.7 per cent increase in sales for the four weeks ending December 25th. Asda was helped in large part by its acquisition of Netto UK 18 months ago, according to market research firm Kantar Worldpanel.
According to Kantar, rival Tesco lagged its contemporaries during the build up to Christmas as all of them collectively fought back against the UK’s largest retailers price cutting campaign. In contrast to Asda, Tesco registered a 3.8 per cent increase in sales during the same four week period.
- Asda Rolls Out New iPhone App
UK supermarket chain has launched its first iPhone app designed to enable shoppers to make purchases from the retailer both online, and check prices using their smartphones.
The iPhone app is a collaboration between Asda and its US parent Walmart, and lets shoppers make purchases from the full range of ASDA Groceries on offer on the retailers website, as well as make amendments to existing orders or delivery slots right up until 10PM the day prior to delivery.
- Asda Launches Major Price Cutting Initiative
UK retailer Asda has shot back the price cutting campaigns of rivals, by announcing its own major price cutting initiative.Asda has pledged to cut the prices across 3000 items including essentials such as toilet paper, cereal, laundry detergent and bread.
Additionally the retailer says that shoppers who spend £40 at a retail outlet will receive a voucher worth £5 as a “thank you” which can be redeemed the next time the customer spends £40 either in store or online.
- Asda To Roll Out Indian Takeaway Concessions In Store
UK supermarket giant ASDA food deliveries, is set to roll out curry counters at a few of its retail outlets, after successfully trailing a takeaway scheme.
In April the UK’s second largest supermarket chain set up an in store curry counter at a store in Birmingham, which was operated by a restaurant based in Bradford which calls itself Zouk.
- Asda Says 50% Increase In Applications To Apprenticeship Program
UK supermarket chain Asda Grocery says it has received as many as 4,000 applications from people wishing to join its apprenticeship scheme during the past three months, representing a gain of 50 per cent from the same time period in the previous year.
According to the UK’s second largest supermarket chain, school leavers between the ages of 16 and 18 represent some 12.5 per cent of all applications, with roughly 500 having signed up to participate in the Asda skills academy, since it was first launched in June.
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