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Tesco issues two-week warning to anyone with a Clubcard

Tesco issues two-week warning to anyone with a Clubcard

Act now or you might miss out

Tesco has issued a two-week warning to Clubcard owners who could miss out on free cash.

As you probably know, shoppers who have a Tesco Clubcard can save a few quid on their groceries thanks to special discounts, while also racking up points which are then converted into vouchers to be used in store. Most importantly, you can get a lower priced meal deal.

But while a whopping 20 million Brits have a Clubcard - with one bloke loving his so much he had it tattooed - it turns out that some of them aren’t remembering to use their vouchers - prompting Tesco to warn customers to use them before they lose them, especially with Christmas coming up.

Tesco shoppers have been urged to use up the £16 million worth of Clubcard vouchers that are due to expire at the end of this month.

The voucher set to expire at the end of November will have been issued all the way back in November 2021.

Brits are being warned to use their Tesco Clubcard vouchers before they expire.

Emma Botton, Tesco Group Customer Director, told the Independent: “We want to help customers’ household budgets stretch further right now and Clubcard is the best way to get great value with Tesco.

“With more than £16m worth of Clubcard vouchers due to expire at the end of November, we’re reminding customers to spend them now – or even use them to get ahead with some early Christmas shopping.”

The vouchers, which are issued every three months in February, May, August and November, can be used on your usual shopping or fuel, as well as with numerous reward partners such as Pizza Express, Disney Plus and Alton Towers.

There’s £16m in vouchers set to expire at the end of this month.

And if none of those tickle your fancy, earlier this year, Tesco announced it was partnering up with BrewDog bars.

The scheme is valid in almost all of BrewDog’s branches across the UK and offers a quid off for every 50 points you have.

So, if you want a free pint costing £6, you’ll need 300 points - but, of course, you can enjoy a half price pint for half that amount of points.

James Watt, founder of the Scots brewery, said: “With an existing customer base of over 21 million active Clubcard members, we’re delighted to be the only restaurant partner to offer pints in return for points.

"Everyone is feeling the cost-of-living squeeze, so if we can help people with the cost of our beer where possible, you can bet your pint on it that we will.”

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Topics: UK News, Tesco, Money