Asda rolls out Deal Depot stores across UK with bulk buy concept – full list of locations

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The Deal Depots will over bulk buying, multipacks, and exclusive wines. There is no membership fee or need to sign up to shop at Asda’s discount stores.

The stores sell big multi-packs, wholesale cases, catering packs, and plus-size consumer lines.

The cashless sortes use “Scan & Go” technology, with a quicker, streamlined shopping experience.

This is part of a year-long trial, which if successful will be expanded.

Deals available will includes 1.75 litres of gin for £59.99, or four litres of ice cream for £2.50.

There will be Ariel washing pods and Walkers crisps available in a bulk.

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Debra Lees, senior director of wholesale and convenience at Asda said: “Following a successful trial at Asda Cardiff, we’re evolving the bulk buy concept to offer a range of bestselling and popular products within a further 10 store.

“These stores will receive selected bulk lines such as Nicky Elite toilet roll, Fairy Platinum dishwasher tabs, and large boxes of crisps, which help to fulfill a ‘stock up’ mission alongside our core grocery offer.

“The trial in our Cardiff store has shown there is demand from customers for bigger packs to help them benefit from even better savings when purchasing common pet, household, snacking and cleaning products in larger quantities.”

Ten more of the stores are now opening across the UK, as well as a second store that was opening in Crotyon, Cardiff.

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The trials as been extended to York among other locations.

Where will ASDA trial The Deal Depot?

  • York
  • Bootle
  • Milton Keynes
  • Toryglen
  • Dumbarton

The concept is also been tested in Thurmaston, Stowmarket, Rugby, Leyton, and Bedminster.

In these Asda stores between one and four bays with bulk items will be added.

A Bristol store was opened earlier in the year to test the exciting new concept.

At the time Matt Dodd, store manager at Asda Patchway, said: “Customers in Bristol have been chosen to help us open and test a new idea around wholesale retail called The Deal Depot.

“Our Patchway customers were fantastic at giving us feedback when we launched some new features in our store refurb last year – and we want their input again.

“They will help us decide what kind of products we should stock and how we can make their shopping experience even faster, friendlier, and more efficient than it is already.

“We want to use this as an environment where we can test new ideas and learn from our customers.

“We want to hear all of their suggestions to help us challenge the way we think about retail and what is possible.”

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