Asda Dundee West Asda Dundee West Superstore

61 Myrekirk Road,

Dundee, DD2 4WB

Tel: 01382 339308

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Opening times...
Monday 24 hours
Tuesday 24 hours
Wednesday 24 hours
Thursday 24 hours
Friday 24 hours
Saturday 24 hours
Sunday 24 hours

For detailed service opening times within this store, click on the clock icon(s) shown in the 'At this store...' column.

Prices last updated on 26 February

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At this store...

24 Hour
Petrol Station
Opticians
Service opening times Service information
Monday 9am - 8pm
Tuesday 9am - 8pm
Wednesday 9am - 8pm
Thursday 9am - 8pm
Friday 9am - 8pm
Saturday 9am - 8pm
Sunday 9am - 6pm
Direct telephone: 01382 339311
George
Grocery Click & Collect
Service information
Go to the Drive Thru to the right of the store.
Electric Car Charging
Home Shopping
Click & Collect
Service information
Go to the Customer Service desk on the ground floor at the front of the store
Order Point
Service information

This store has an Asda.com Order Point which means you can order 1000’s more products from our George clothing and George Home range whilst you are in store.

It can save you time from shopping around and you do not need an internet account or even have to have shopped on line previously.

The Asda.com Order Point is easy to use, offers 3 convenient delivery options and Click & Collect in store is FREE.

Facilities...

  • Car Park
  • Cash Machine
  • Cafe

Product ranges...

  • Rotisserie
  • Organic
  • Fish Counter
  • Pizza Counter
  • Ethnic Foods
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Welcome to Asda Dundee West

Hello! My name is Andrew Midgley and I am the General Store Manager of your Asda Dundee West. You will find everything you need for your full weekly shop and lots more at Asda.com which you can order in store at great low prices, served with the unique Asda personality. What’s even better is that at Dundee West we can have your shopping picked and ready for you to either collect in store or delivered at a time that is absolutely convenient for you. I look forward, along with all of our colleagues, to welcoming you to your new store, and working with you to making your Asda a great place to shop.

We’re working with Foundation Scotland to support the local community with our new Carrier Bag Community Grants.

Carrier bag charges

Stores in Scotland are now required to charge 5p per single-use carrier bag and we want to use this money to support good causes across the region.

We have grants of up to £2000 available for local projects that can help meet a wide range of costs for community groups, including general running costs, training, equipment, materials and even local community activities and events.

Find out more and apply.

We’ve launched a new range of locally produced Scottish ciders with five delicious flavours to choose from – rolling out across 56 of our Scottish stores.

Thistly Cross cider

Original, Traditional, Real Strawberry, Real Ginger and Whisky Cask will all be stocked in stores from this month.

Thistly Cross is made in East Scotland on a farm that has been run by the same family for four generations. The company has doubled in size over the last year thanks to a surge in sales and employs 14 staff at its East Lothian site.

Find out more.

Thanks to Hertfordshire mum of two Anneka Jeffs, 28, for sharing this fab pic of her latest creation – made from Asda bedding!

Anneka's creation

Anneka, who runs a craft business from home, created this stunning dress from our Hare duvet set for a friend who chose the print for a birthday outing – and she’s even making a matching one for her friend’s daughter.

Find out more.

Three-year-old Annabel and younger brother Elliott love playing shop so much they’ve even got their own stall!

Ellibel's

Named “Ellibel’s” after the young shopkeepers, the stall keeps them busy for hours according to mum Katie.

“They play with it lots throughout the day, whether that’s cutting up the fruit or making pretend cups of tea,” says Katie who is an English teacher. “We know they mean business when they put their aprons on and then everyone has to be involved.”

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