Asda Magazine Reviews
Product Type: Publicis Blueprint magazines & newspapers
Description:Asda magazine offers fast, easy recipe ideas, a wine guide, competitions, health articles, fashion tips, ideas for family days out and kids parties / Published: Monthly / Publisher: Publicis Blueprint
Newest Review: ... magazine that is available in store, typically by the tills but in some stores is also placed in racks by the entrance and ... more
Customer Asda Magazine Reviews (4)
by Marian - written on 23/09/12
Having just returned to shop at Asda after 12 months to purchase a gift for my granddaughter i picked up an October Asda Magazine.What a wonderful magazine it is!!! Full of good None OTT. recipes,shopping idea's,I cannot wait to try the Lemon Heaven roulade at £3.00 it looks delicious, and helpful info. Best store magazine by far! I think other large super markets could take a leaf out of this Asda magazine!!All it needs is a crossword and thats me set for feet up, time out, and a cup of tea.Many thanks. Marian.
by - written on 17/12/11 (Useful, 147 readings)
I always look out for the latest Asda magazine and love getting new ideas for meals and use the coupons when they are for things I would usually buy. Asda magazine is a free supermarket magazine that is available in store, typically by the tills but in some stores is also placed in racks by the entrance and exit. The magazine contains around 100 pages per edition and has a mix of adverts for Asda products, recipes, George @ Asda items, coupons, competitions and articles. The magazine contains approximately 30 recipes per edition which are usually seasonal, so this month it contains festive recipes. The recipes are very much geared towards family ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/11 (Useful, 27 readings)
If you ask me, it is always worth picking up the monthly edition of this magazine (you will find it in store at the end of checkouts). For a start it is free so if you don't like it you won't have lost anything but you also might gain as each issue has vouchers for specific products which you normally have to spend during that month. There is a mix of stuff in here from the latest clothing collections, to beauty tips and entertainment reviews. Normally there are some quite good competitions as well, for example this month you can win a laptop or one of two 40 inch televisions. Mainly though, I pick it up for the seasonal recipe ideas - this month the focus is on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/05/11 (Very useful, 871 readings)
Asda magazine is available for free from Asda stores on a monthly basis. It is glossy and handbacg sized and typically runs at about 100 pages, so is one of the larger free supermarket magazines around. It typically contains around 30 recipes an addition and more are available via the Asda website. These recipes are, to me, the strongest part of the magazine. They are very well chosen and whilst they do put an onus on using Asda branded components they are still highly usable. For instance, the Asda branded ingredients that they do choose generally have equivalents in other stores. They are also geared towards a family market which means that ... Read the complete review
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