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TESCO CLUBCARD

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Having just seen on ebay clubcard vouchers going for twice face value, I cant bring myself to think how much Ive wasted by just using them instore. What's the best thing to do with them? Is it easy to…
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
Having just seen on ebay clubcard vouchers going for twice face value, I cant bring myself to think how much Ive wasted by just using them instore. What's the best thing to do with them? Is it easy to transfer to vouchers for something other than Tesco? How? Thank you all
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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#1
I can't fault clubcard vouchers. This year I used £62.50 of these vouchers to pay for our return crossing on the euro tunnel with car / caravan which would of cost us £250. Bargain! Also I have just paid for all four of us to go to Legoland which would of cost at least £100. I think it's normally £34 for adults and £26 for a childs pass. I save all of mine as they last for about two years. Get saving!
#2
A quick way to get points is if you are with Eon (Powergen)- 1 point per pound on your bill
#3
I mostly use my vouchers for days out and have had a nice wkend in hilton edinburgh
#4
Thanks folks. Rep added. Worth using the points for BA miles?
#5
We've used some of ours fo the Eurotunnel aswell, we also stayed in the Hyde Park Hilton earlier this year when we went to a friends wedding in London. Mainly though we use ours for the Days out, there are loads of them. Last year we used vouchers for loads of days out, and when you get in for free, you don't feel so bad about treating the kids to ice-creams etc.
#6
MoneySavingG
A quick way to get points is if you are with Powergen - 1 point per pound on your bill


Ooh I didn't know that...I might consider switching!
#7
03bintls
Ooh I didn't know that...I might consider switching!


Remember if you do that 1 point per pound isn't a huge amount. £1000 would give £40 worth of Clubcard deals, so if you end up paying more with Powergen then it's probably not worth it. If it's cheaper anyway, then go for it!:thumbsup:
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And Eon

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