500 Clubcard points for £10.75 plus free Dan Brown book "Inferno" @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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Preorder the new Dan Brown novel at Tesco for £9 (+ £1.75 postage) and enter code TD-MNRW at checkout to get 500 clubcard points. Sadly you'll also get a Dan Brown book, but I'm sure you can put it to good use. (Free delivery on books orders over £15, so you can bypass postage charge if you wish)
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#1
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Book is released on 14th May, offer is valid until 5th May.

I'm sure you know how Clubcard points work by now: they're worth £5 instore, or you can often double them up to £10 during promotional periods, or get 3x / 4x value on the Clubcard Rewards website.


Edited By: tafkas on Apr 29, 2013 18:05
#2
Important note: Make sure that you enter the code at checkout! Previous Tesco preorder bonuses have been applied automatically; this one isn't.

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Edited By: tafkas on Apr 29, 2013 18:26: screenshot
#3
hot... free book
#4
what are 500 points worth?
#5
No idea why the cold votes - seems a good deal to me - get back a greater value in points than the book's worth - you don't need to be a rocket scientist to see a good deal
#6
newalan2001
hot... free book

I'd call it a free bound collection of pages with words on, but "book" is good too (_;)
#7
jon1000jon
what are 500 points worth?
5 quid
1 Like #8
majortom
No idea why the cold votes - seems a good deal to me - get back a greater value in points than the book's worth - you don't need to be a rocket scientist to see a good deal

It's Dan Brown, it was always going to be a bit marmite. At least it's not a Groupon Dan Brown FIFA add-on for the iPad, then I'd have been seriously screwed.
#9
jon1000jon
what are 500 points worth?


shs
jon1000jon
what are 500 points worth?
5 quid

not a good deal then, in the words of the op "Sadly you'll also get a Dan Brown book" so you are getting £5 of clubcard points and a book you dont even want for a grand total of £10.75.

I see why this is cold.
#10
or £10-£20 when you convert to deals, Hot
#11
jon1000jon
jon1000jon
what are 500 points worth?


shs
jon1000jon
what are 500 points worth?
5 quid

not a good deal then, in the words of the op "Sadly you'll also get a Dan Brown book" so you are getting £5 of clubcard points and a book you dont even want for a grand total of £10.75.

I see why this is cold.

Horses for courses. Personally I'm saving for Virgin Holidays vouchers which get tripled in value, so this is £15 towards my summer holiday for a £9 outlay. And I'll trade-in the book on Amazon on release day for a fiver.

Put another way, you'd normally have to spend £500 in Tesco to get this many points.
#12
jon1000jon
jon1000jon
what are 500 points worth?


shs
jon1000jon
what are 500 points worth?
5 quid

not a good deal then, in the words of the op "Sadly you'll also get a Dan Brown book" so you are getting £5 of clubcard points and a book you dont even want for a grand total of £10.75.

I see why this is cold.

Obviously someone who doesn't know how to use Tesco Clubcard points
banned#13
How much in vouchers is 500 points
#14
No limit on how many you can buy?
Free delivery on orders over £15
#15
bb_savage
How much in vouchers is 500 points
http://www.tesco.com/clubcard/deals/
#16
Good deal in my opinion.
#17
majortom
jon1000jon
jon1000jon
what are 500 points worth?


shs
jon1000jon
what are 500 points worth?
5 quid

not a good deal then, in the words of the op "Sadly you'll also get a Dan Brown book" so you are getting £5 of clubcard points and a book you dont even want for a grand total of £10.75.

I see why this is cold.

Obviously someone who doesn't know how to use Tesco Clubcard points

As you can see in my post, I asked how much they are worth and you see the response was £5 so based on that then my later comment was 100% fact.
#18
Great, ordered mine, thank you. Heat given.
#19
Nice one, ordered a copy for a gift as well as a couple of paperbacks to take it up to £15 (for free delivery). Will swap those 500 points for £20 worth of vouchers later in the year.

Edited By: hukd don on Apr 29, 2013 21:44
#20
Must be a lot of non Tesco customers voting on this.
For me this is a bargain and on top I'll convert the £5 into £15-£20 in pub/restaurant vouchers.
What's with Dan Brown haters too, all joining in.
It's a bonus - thanks OP - heat added.
#21
If I order 5 books, so I get 2500 points?
#22
Please can someone explain this deal to me? If 500 points = a £5 voucher in the future - then £10.75 minus the £5 = the new book Inferno for £5.75 yes? Or is it a better deal than that? Thanks in advance.
#23
SteelRat
Please can someone explain this deal to me? If 500 points = a £5 voucher in the future - then £10.75 minus the £5 = the new book Inferno for £5.75 yes? Or is it a better deal than that? Thanks in advance.
If you were buying the book anyway and you wanted to use the £5 voucher in Tesco, then yes to the above. However, if you want to convert your vouchers into reward vouchers you can get 2x, 3x or 4x (e.g. restaurant vouchers) the face value of the £5 voucher. Thus, £5 = £40 Pizza Express vouchers for example.

Check out all the rewards on the Tesco Clubcard Reward website

Any newbies to Tesco Clubcard might want to exchange their TCB cashback to Clubcard points. Max. of £50 per year though. Personally, I am saving mine for a hotel deal and waiting to get 4x the face value rather than the 3x face value which it normally is :)
#24
shirlsky
SteelRat
Please can someone explain this deal to me? If 500 points = a £5 voucher in the future - then £10.75 minus the £5 = the new book Inferno for £5.75 yes? Or is it a better deal than that? Thanks in advance.
If you were buying the book anyway and you wanted to use the £5 voucher in Tesco, then yes to the above. However, if you want to convert your vouchers into reward vouchers you can get 2x, 3x or 4x (e.g. restaurant vouchers) the face value of the £5 voucher. Thus, £5 = £40 Pizza Express vouchers for example. Check out all the rewards on the Tesco Clubcard Reward websiteAny newbies to Tesco Clubcard might want to exchange their TCB cashback to Clubcard points. Max. of £50 per year though. Personally, I am saving mine for a hotel deal and waiting to get 4x the face value rather than the 3x face value which it normally is :)
Thanks for explaining :)
1 Like #25
Silhouette
If I order 5 books, so I get 2500 points?
I just ordered 2 and got 1000 points - so maybe 5 = 2500 - unless they have capped it at some point :D
#26
ordered 5 and picked up 2545 points.
Cheers OP
#27
shirlsky
SteelRat
Please can someone explain this deal to me? If 500 points = a £5 voucher in the future - then £10.75 minus the £5 = the new book Inferno for £5.75 yes? Or is it a better deal than that? Thanks in advance.
If you were buying the book anyway and you wanted to use the £5 voucher in Tesco, then yes to the above. However, if you want to convert your vouchers into reward vouchers you can get 2x, 3x or 4x (e.g. restaurant vouchers) the face value of the £5 voucher. Thus, £5 = £40 Pizza Express vouchers for example.


I think you mean £20 Pizza Express vouchers.
#28
I use ClubCard for Sealife, Lego, Alton Towers etc, and I think they are 3x/4x so £5.00 makes £15/20 and for less...

So seems like a great deal.

If the points are awarded as a 'Pre-Order' bonus, then its not like its a purchase thing is it... So could I then return the books!?

If £5 is what Amazon are offering, then I might look to eBay or something.
1 Like #29
the engineer

I think you mean £20 Pizza Express vouchers.
yes £5 Tesco Clubcard vouchers = £20 Pizza Express vouchers - sorry was late when I posted that!
1 Like #30
Silhouette
If the points are awarded as a 'Pre-Order' bonus, then its not like its a purchase thing is it... So could I then return the books!?

Possibly. Might be worth trying to refund one book, and wait a few days to see if they take back its 500 points too. The Returns Policy allows you to return books up to 14 days from when you receive them.

If £5 is what Amazon are offering, then I might look to eBay or something.

That was purely a guess on my part. The trade-in market is likely to be flooded quickly, and Amazon trade-in prices for existing Dan Brown titles are ludicrously low. Whatever you're going to do, do it quickly...


Edited By: tafkas on Apr 30, 2013 10:27
#31
Many thanks op - just ordered. Heat added :)
#32
My points have been credited today. Saturday is the next point at which they convert points to vouchers, so I'm tempted to buy a few more today :)
#33
ordered 5 and picked up 2545 points.
Cheers OP
#34
ordered 5 and picked up 2545 points.
Cheers OP
#35
10 books, £90.

£200 to spend in restaurant.

Bargain - hot!
#36
Was pleasantly surprised to see that my points have already been added to my account which is perfect timing as the next round of Clubcard vouchers will be issued soon :)

Just curious as I bought one book. To those who bought more than one book - have your points been added to your account yet?
#37
still working chaps
#38
Mine arrived from Tesco today. Amazon aren't accepting trade-ins yet.

If you're looking to sell on eBay and you'd like a benchmark, I just sold my copy for £8.49 (including postage) in 20 minutes... so I'd imagine you can easily add another pound or two to that.

Edited By: tafkas on May 14, 2013 10:29

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