Morrisons delivery slots are being snapped up by customers looking for the Best Christmas Food 2022 and Shoppers are wondering when can you order Morrisons Christmas Food 2022?
The highly anticipated Christmas Food to Order service comes after Tesco released its delivery slots and M&S Christmas Food Orders have been flooding in as families beat the rush to cut the cost of living this Christmas by planning ahead of the festive season.
As we look at all you need to know about Morrisons delivery slots...
When can you order Morrisons Christmas Food 2022?
From now until 10th December, customers will be able to choose from over 200 festive treats – from starters, main courses and delicious showstopper desserts to award-winning festive tipples, as well as gluten free, vegan and vegetarian options.
For the past 12 months, Morrisons team of chefs and product developers have been busy creating their best Christmas range yet. Highlights include The Best Scallop and Prawn Thermidor Gratins, The Best Chipolatas Wrapped in Bacon and The Best Passionfruit Panna Cotta Star. All of which can be expertly paired with Morrisons award-winning wines and festive tipples, such as The Best Aged Tawny Port and The Best Mulled Wine, also available to reserve for collection.
Main course centrepieces include Morrisons Turkey Breast Joint with Stuffing Balls and Pigs in Blankets, costing just £20 for six people, and award-winning vegan options such as No-Prawn Toast Baguettes, Plant Revolution Roast No-Turkey Crown and The Best Vegan Chocolate & Salted Caramel Cheesecake.
Jessica Lawson, Food to Order Manager at Morrisons, said, “Hosting any Christmas celebration can be a lot of work, so we’re pleased that our highly anticipated Christmas Food to Order service is back for another year to take the stress away from the festive occasion, but without compromising on quality.”
A photo posted by on
What time does Morrisons release new delivery slots?
There is no specific time that Morrisons releases new delivery slots, customers just have to keep checking in on the supermarket's website. Unlike some food shops, Morrisons is not stopping new customers signing up to its website when slots do become available.
Can you pre-book Morrisons delivery slots?
Yes, you can pre-book Morrisons delivery slots and the supermarket recommends that you book your slot before placing your order to help avoid disappointment, alternatively you can book a collection slot available between the 21st and 24th of December.
How do Morrisons delivery slots work?
Morrisons delivery slots are best reserved before you make your online food order to avoid disappointment, simply book your Christmas slot and add items to your trolley - remember to checkout to secure your slot.
You can edit your to add items as your list grows, remember to checkout again to save any changes. The earlier you complete your order, the more likely they are to have their most popular seasonal favourites in stock.
Remember they expire after 60 minutes if you haven't checked out. If your chosen delivery slot expires, you will need to reserve the slot again, or possibly book a new one.
Make any final changes to your order before the 'cut off' time. The cut off times are shown below but you'll also find this in your confirmation emails along with any updates you make to your order.
Collection slots are available between the 21st and 24th December with 467 stores to choose from. These collection orders can be placed online until 10th December. A £20 deposit is required and the outstanding balance will be taken on the day of collection.
Cut off times for Delivery or Collection booked for:
- Tuesday 20th December 2022 - Last chance to edit is 23:55 19th December (Same day orders remain the same - Order by 12pm for a same day collection after 4pm or delivery after 7pm)
- Wednesday 21st December 2022 - Last chance to edit is 23:55 20th December (Same day orders remain the same - Order by 12pm for a same day collection after 4pm or delivery after 7pm)
- Thursday 22nd December 2022 - Last chance to edit is 23:55 21st December (No Same day order service)
- Friday 23rd December 2022 - Last chance to edit is 23:55 22nd December (No Same day order service)
Related Christmas food features:
- The most popular traditional foods consumed on Christmas Day
- Best Gin Advent Calendars
- Best Food and Drink advent calendars
- Best Mince Pies for 2022
- Best Turkey 2022
Video of the week:
Parenting advice, hot topics, best buys and family finance tips delivered straight to your inbox.
Selina is a Senior Family Writer for GoodtoKnow and has more than 16 years years of experience. She specialises in royal family news, including the latest activities of Prince George, Charlotte, Louis, Archie and Lilibet. She also covers the latest government, health and charity advice for families. Selina graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2006 with a degree in Journalism, and gained her NCTJ and NCE qualifications. During her career, she’s also written for Woman, Woman's Own, Woman&Home, and Woman's Weekly as well as Heat magazine, Bang Showbiz - and the Scunthorpe Telegraph. When she's not covering family news, you can find her exploring new countryside walking routes, catching up with friends over good food, or making memories (including award-winning scarecrows!)
MrBeast chocolate is a playground craze all over again but this mum of three isn't opening her purse this time
The YouTuber claims he's found the formula for the best-tasting chocolate ever made
By Heidi Scrimgeour Published
Baby loss certificates launched to 'recognise parents' grief' after miscarriage before 24 weeks - we share eligibility criteria and the application process
Parents who have lost a baby before 24 weeks can now apply for a baby loss certificate
By Ellie Hutchings Published