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    Supermarket deliveries

    I want to fill my freezer up with a load of frozen food. Anyone know if the likes of Makro deliver or have any other suggestions to avoid having to do the trolleying checking out and carting home myself in this land of cheap labour and transport?

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    Tesco Lotus does I know that. A couple of friends like it. I am too old fashioned. Do it myself. Cheers..

    https://shoponline.tescolotus.com/groceries/en-GB/

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    Good one AO also think Makro have a service as well.
    Buy a large esky &by the frozen food last.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Immigrunt
    in this land of cheap labour and transport?
    its also a land of retarded supermarket workers who instead of losing face would sooner give you beer instead of beef. which isnt a bad thing

    Big C delivers too and i think its Honest Bee that delvers for Villa Market

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    Ya cant pick your own produce...

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    Thanks all.

    ^ I don't want to pick my own produce. I want Aro bags of frozen fruit vegetables and salmon for make meal and smoothies. A couple of large carrier bags full. All it takes is a traffic jam and the lot gets ruined if carrying oneself.

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    Honestbee.


    Or buy a polystyrene cooler box and throw in a 20b bag of ice for the car journey home if it takes a while, will stay frozen for 2 hours without the ice. So Loy Toy says. I'm using the one he gave me for pieransportation having failed to return it.

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    I'd rather go myself just in case you get all the fresh produce that is suplus on its last day of sale, which is what Iceland & Asda do.

    And being Thais of course they will inevitably find a way to cock things up and flatly deny any responsibility. ''No habb'' being the best explanation you'll ever get from the manager.

    I use Lazada which are good, pretty difficult to mess up an order of 1 or 2 items.

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    Where are you living ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Immigrunt View Post
    I want to fill my freezer up with a load of frozen food. Anyone know if the likes of Makro deliver or have any other suggestions to avoid having to do the trolleying checking out and carting home myself in this land of cheap labour and transport?
    you will get robbed twice grunter,firstly by the supermarket,and then you will robb yourself of the EXERCISE??lazy knut

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Pat
    I'd rather go myself just in case you get all the fresh produce that is suplus on its last day of sale, which is what Iceland & Asda do.
    Agreed I wont use them either.
    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Pat
    And being Thais of course they will inevitably find a way to cock things up and flatly deny any responsibility. ''No habb'' being the best explanation you'll ever get from the manager.
    Pat here you fuck up Tesco Lotus has the same stipulations for customer satisfaction as England. You just have to demand it as in the UK, something Thai's generally wont do. Pat remember you are 1/2 Thai the same as my kids. They are proud of that.

    I wont order from there as I simply dont like the way the cut and present the meat, same thing goes for the veg.

    But friends with families swear by it and tell stories of complaining.

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    [QUOTE=aging one;3518217]
    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Pat
    I'd rather go myself just in case you get all the fresh produce that is suplus on its last day of sale, which is what Iceland & Asda do.
    Agreed I wont use them either.
    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Pat
    And being Thais of course they will inevitably find a way to cock things up and flatly deny any responsibility. ''No habb'' being the best explanation you'll ever get from the manager.
    Pat here you fuck up Tesco Lotus has the same stipulations for customer satisfaction as England. You just have to demand it as in the UK, something Thai's generally wont do. Pat remember you are 1/2 Thai the same as my kids. They are proud of that.

    I wont order from there as I simply dont like the way they cut and present the meat, same thing goes for the veg.

    But friends with families swear by it and tell stories of the occasional complaint but happy to have them rectified.

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    I don't do enough shopping at once to warrant delivery, and I like walking around the aisles of an evening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Immigrunt
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    fcuk off smeggles

    are you taking notes of where people shop ? will it be part of your dissertation ?

    or are you just being a yaso whackjob and cold pizza'ing some random fantasy ?

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    It seems people who settle in Thailand are presumably not all losers after all.

    And on that bombshell...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Immigrunt View Post
    Thanks all.

    ^ I don't want to pick my own produce. I want Aro bags of frozen fruit vegetables and salmon for make meal and smoothies. A couple of large carrier bags full. All it takes is a traffic jam and the lot gets ruined if carrying oneself.
    I live over an hour away from the nearest Tesco and Macro. I carry a cooler in the car for the stuff I wanna keep cold.

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    Cheers earl.

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