Some of our country’s best-loved supermarkets have updated their latest delivery slots.
Anyone who has been supermarket shopping of late knows it’s a far cry from what we were used to at the start of last year.
With social distancing markers, having to wear face masks and, in some cases, purchase limits on popular products, it can be a stressful experience.
Supermarkets across the country are therefore trying to clear up more slots so you don’t have to leave your home and can order everything you need at the click of a button.
Tesco has increased the number of available slots to keep up with high demand
At the moment, there are currently no recognised issues with Tesco delivery.
Tesco’s website said: “We’ve more than doubled the number of online slots to 1.5m each week.
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“This is to help anyone who’s unable to shop in‐store – especially our most vulnerable customers – so they can access our online service.
“Last week, we delivered more orders than ever before, and we’ll continue to increase the number of online slots available.”
Sainsbury’s says it’s releasing regular slots to help its shoppers.
You can also book a slot if you’re a vulnerable customer.
Their website reads: “We have been working hard to expand our service across home delivery and we are now able to offer home delivery slots to many of our customers.
“We’re continuing to prioritise access to home delivery slots for vulnerable customers, and are releasing new slots regularly.”
Aldi has teamed up with Deliveroo to offer home delivery.
Giles Hurley, Chief Executive Officer, Aldi UK and Ireland, said: “Aldi’s quality products and unbeatable prices have never been so in demand.
“Extending this trial is about providing thousands more of our existing customers with another convenient way to shop with us, while also making Aldi accessible for many others who may not have shopped with us before.”
You can check if the service is available in your area here.
For Morrisons shoppers who can’t get a delivery slot, the supermarket is offering subscription services to its food boxes so you can create plenty of delicious meals.
That being said, delivery slots are available, but you can see how many slots are free here.
Alternatively, you can also order from Morrisons via Amazon here, with same day delivery slots available subject to demand.
If you spend over £35 on your shop, Iceland offers delivery and click and collect options.
Next day delivery is available at no extra cost.
You can book slots between 8am and 9pm, subject to demand.