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Old 03-12-2020, 10:15   #1
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Morrisons are now on Amazon - do your full grocery shop on the Amazon website! Free two-hour delivery on orders over £40 with Prime!

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Morrisons are now on Amazon - do your full grocery shop on the Amazon website! Free two-hour delivery on orders over £40 with Prime!

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Old 03-12-2020, 10:17   #2
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Ours is so busy they have a lottery to decide who gets the slot each day.
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Old 03-12-2020, 11:01   #3
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Used them 2 weeks ago. Pretty decent service.

Had to put in a request for delivery but that took a couple of days to come through and can now order anytime.
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I had a look but the available items seemed very limited - I wasn't able to get a lot of the things I normally do, so reverted to ordering the normal way.
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Seemed reasonable to me. I've put in a trial order
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I use it maybe once a fortnight for a top up shop. it was great at first when you could just get what you needed in a few hours. Now with the slot lottery it is not much use for that.
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I’be used it a few times in the last 2 months and have always had to get a refund for something, but its great because every time they refund you for the item (and a share of the delivery fee if you paid any) and you get to keep the items
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I assume this is for Prime members only?
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Place an order at work this morning. Delivered an hour later! Thanks!
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Morrisons generally gets a lot of stick for some reason (down south?) but I've always liked them, or at least the few I've been to in the North - their salad bar was always good, and they did the most delicious lamb & mint pies (now discontinued).

Sainsburys (and Asda) were much closer to our house, but whenever I did venture to Morrisons, whatever I'd needed to buy always seemed to be on special offer! Which was nice.
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We have one in the village, and it's totally dominated everything. No other shop can open because the Morrisons instantly starts selling that thing.

The day the coffee shop opened, they started selling 50p takeaway coffee etc.

IN terms of the food - I think the ISB stuff is alright, generally. The fish counter smells like a crack den toilet and a lot of the branded goods are more expensive than Tesco etc by some distance. Unless what you want is on offer (mostly bags of frazzles) then it does charge surprisingly high.
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Yeah, we used one when we were on hols in Skeggy this summer as it was the closest, and generally we liked it. But round here, we're well served by a large Tesco and Asda, with Morrisons being a tad further away. I have been in it, and again liked it, but it is more expensive for the same stuff you get from Tesco/ Asda.
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Morrisons generally gets a lot of stick for some reason (down south?) but I've always liked them, or at least the few I've been to in the North - their salad bar was always good, and they did the most delicious lamb & mint pies (now discontinued).

Sainsburys (and Asda) were much closer to our house, but whenever I did venture to Morrisons, whatever I'd needed to buy always seemed to be on special offer! Which was nice.
There is a big Morrisons about 10 miles from me that had the most amazing vegetable selection and meat counter and was definitely worth a weekly shop, but they ditched all that. The closest store is smaller and basically always wall-to-wall old people, so I'd rather go to Aldi (who is now doing click & collect).
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