Tesco news: Supermarket announces huge change to its online shopping delivery service

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Tesco news: Supermarket announces huge change to its online shopping delivery service

Shoppers using one of the plans can also get free Click+Collect slots, which the chain said have increased from 660,000 before the pandemic to over

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Shoppers using one of the plans can also get free Click+Collect slots, which the chain said have increased from 660,000 before the pandemic to over 1.3million a week. 

It’ll come as good news to those who have struggled to get an online delivery slot over the last few months. 

The plans have been on hold for current customers, as well as being closed to new customers who wanted to take advantage of the service. 

The current advice on the Tesco website states: “Due to the current exceptional demand for delivery slots caused by COVID-19, we’re temporarily pausing new sign-ups to manage the availability of slots, including making sure there are enough available for our most vulnerable customers.”

The Delivery Saver plans include one that gives access to same-day deliveries, any day deliveries, and mid-week delivery slots. 



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