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Bayer Trendy Dolls Pram @ Tesco Direct only £20.00 free click and collect

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Half price at Tesco Direct. This is a real bargain, we have had a Bayer dolls pram for 3 years and it is still like new. Much better quality than the Silver cross dolls pram! Designed to look just
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Plum Cook-a-lot Trolley Wooden Kitchen (was £70) Now £35.00 at Tesco Direct

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If you are looking for a Wooden Play Kitchen for the kids, this is pretty impressive for the price. Down from £70 to just £35 with Free click and collect at Tesco Direct. This same kitchen is £94 o…
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tomodachi life 3ds game £25.00 in tesco

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saw tomodachi life 3ds in Tesco yesterday, cheapest I've seen it (my 2 kids love it) and I paid £30 only a fortnight ago - may be of use to someone for Xmas etc..seen in Tesco bidston, Wirral.
Nealjane100 Avatar5h, 17m agoFound 5 hours, 17 minutes ago2 Comments
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Might be because it's store specific? Those types of deals are never popular. Have some heat anyway...
why's everyone voting cold - is it cheaper enywhere else? because I've not found it!!
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Tesco Direct;Liverpool FC Mens Short Pyjamas Red XL £12.99 Del. (Sold by Football Shop Online)

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Official LFC mens short pyjamas; 100% cotton. Shorts with elasticated waist & drawstring effect...All sizes available at time of posting. Nowt stopping you wearing these anywhere really...is there
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I support Liverpool but there is NO WAY I'd where those in bed or at all for that matter. Strictly in the nip for me ;).
Great find! Thanks for posting.
No way will you be able to sleep in these oO



Liverpool are way too exciting for sleep X)
buy a size or two bigger and wear them over your clobber on matchdays oO
interesting the S is the same price as the XL...make a smashing gift for a FAN at Christmas imo :{

Edited By: mykaloen on Sep 27, 2016 10:11
lol@ nowt stopping you wearing them anywhere.

I'd divorce OH if he was out in public in those X)
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Tesco in store Carousel comforter. 75p reduced to clear

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Nationwide. Very cute baby comforter with large plastic ring for teething chew. Now only 75p. About half a dozen left in Park Road Tesco Liverpool.
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Confidence Fitness 2-In-1 Elliptical Cross Trainer & Exercise Bike £59.99 free delivery @ Tesco.com

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Low-impact, cardiovascular workout! (legs, hips, buttocks, arms & shoulders) Burns 5 times more calories than walking 4 function on board computer (Time, Speed, Distance and Calories). Adjustable
peter1969uk Avatar17h, 7m agoFound 17 hours, 7 minutes ago15 Comments
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Join a gym....cheaper, the. Buying expensive clothes horse..lol
hcc27
fret123
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Heat added for price - but question for anyone with a bit of knowledge about fitness equipment - would this be any good? as seems too cheap and stride length looks small compared to expensive machines.
Also site seems to be down for maintenance.
P :)
In my experience cheap fitness equipment is a waste of money. It will be light ,unstable,poorly constructed and awkward and uncomfortable to use. It will either develop a fault or you will get frustrated with it and give up using it.
I'm afraid a decent cross trainer that will stand the test of time will set you back at least £400 to £500.
I agree with the first part of your comment, but you don't have to buy a decent cross trainer brand new. Auction sites are rife with barely used treadmills, cross-trainers, rowing machines from top-end manufacturers such as Life Fitness, Reebok etc sold by folks who had bought them on a whim/ new year resolution etc for a fraction of the price of the brand new product.
I recently purchased a Life Fitness treadmill with 250km on the clock for £700. Brand new price a year ago - over £3500. Had to hire a transit and take two of my friends to bring it back, but it's so worth it.
Yes good point. Second hand is a good option if you can find quality, though I wouldn't put Reebok in that bracket.
fret123
pill
Heat added for price - but question for anyone with a bit of knowledge about fitness equipment - would this be any good? as seems too cheap and stride length looks small compared to expensive machines.
Also site seems to be down for maintenance.
P :)
In my experience cheap fitness equipment is a waste of money. It will be light ,unstable,poorly constructed and awkward and uncomfortable to use. It will either develop a fault or you will get frustrated with it and give up using it.
I'm afraid a decent cross trainer that will stand the test of time will set you back at least £400 to £500.

I agree with the first part of your comment, but you don't have to buy a decent cross trainer brand new. Auction sites are rife with barely used treadmills, cross-trainers, rowing machines from top-end manufacturers such as Life Fitness, Reebok etc sold by folks who had bought them on a whim/ new year resolution etc for a fraction of the price of the brand new product.

I recently purchased a Life Fitness treadmill with 250km on the clock for £700. Brand new price a year ago - over £3500. Had to hire a transit and take two of my friends to bring it back, but it's so worth it.
fret123
pill
Heat added for price - but question for anyone with a bit of knowledge about fitness equipment - would this be any good? as seems too cheap and stride length looks small compared to expensive machines.
Also site seems to be down for maintenance.
P :)
In my experience cheap fitness equipment is a waste of money. It will be light ,unstable,poorly constructed and awkward and uncomfortable to use. It will either develop a fault or you will get frustrated with it and give up using it.
I'm afraid a decent cross trainer that will stand the test of time will set you back at least £400 to £500.


I'd rather pay this price, than £400. £400 is a bit too much for a clothes hanger.
pill
Heat added for price - but question for anyone with a bit of knowledge about fitness equipment - would this be any good? as seems too cheap and stride length looks small compared to expensive machines.
Also site seems to be down for maintenance.
P :)
In my experience cheap fitness equipment is a waste of money. It will be light ,unstable,poorly constructed and awkward and uncomfortable to use. It will either develop a fault or you will get frustrated with it and give up using it.
I'm afraid a decent cross trainer that will stand the test of time will set you back at least £400 to £500.
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Marvel Avengers Captain America 2.5Inch Universe Pack £12.50 @ Tesco

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This pack of 9 mini figures includes the characters of Captain America, Iron Man, Marvel's Hawkeye, Marvel's Vision, Marvel's War Machine, Marvel's Falcon, Black Widow, Black Panther, and the Winter S…
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BARBIE Puppies Swimming Set £3.13 @ Tesco (Instore only)

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Just been to our Local Tesco and they had the Barbie/Puppies Swimming set from £25 to £3.13! (http://www.tesco.com/direct/barbie-swimming-pup-doll/595-7967.prd?skuId=595-7967&pageLevel=sku) We took th…
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Full price in prescot store.
I thought I did well getting it for 6.25 in tesco Glasgow silverburn
nice puppies
It was in the Barnsley Stairfoot store.
They could be restocking regularly but we spotted a unopened box on a cage someone had put out to restock and opened it ourselves!
Omg that's a massive bargain! Which store was this in?
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Lego juniors 10673 race car rally £16.50 @ Tesco free C+C

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Lego juniors race car rally £16.50 at Tesco
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this is a great set, we had this one, the fire and the police one for my 6 year old
andywedge
Should be OK now Lucyw1
Brilliant, thank you!
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OOS.....:((
how do you get it for 80p via quidco?
oos
No brakes and solid tyres....noisy!
Ordered, Thanks
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curver 40L deco one touch bin in silver - £18.00 @ tesco

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saw this posted on Amazon for £19.99
crucial_extreme Avatar19h, 50m agoFound 19 hours, 50 minutes ago10 Comments
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Is this on line?
Great bin. 5 year guarantee too so should be fine in the long run. No rusting, etc. I might just marry mine...
Got this in black via a deal on here. still going strong 22 months later.

Warning though - holes in the bottom mean if you have any bin juice escape, might end up on the floor.
Looks rubbish....
Had for a year. Horrible bin.
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JCB Fastrac Ride-On Tractor £12.50 @ Tesco Direct (free C&C)

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The JCB Fastrac Ride-On Tractor is a basic foot-to-floor ride-on tractor designed for young children. The steering wheel is set in a fixed position so does not turn, however acts as a sturdy handle fo…
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I got one of these last year for the little one who was 1 at the time and he loves it! He never fell off it either. I suppose if a kid leans over anything, they have a chance of falling. I'd buy another..
Absolutely brilliant ride on - my sons favourite ride on till he out grew it - used it till the wheels split at the end of three years hard use. Bought another a while ago for my nephew.
My son has this and he's toppled forward and backwards on it. When he fell backwards he ended up in hospital. The back needs to be higher. The wheels are fine though & it turns ok.
I got to disagree with the negative comments, my son had this for 3 years, he loved it. I would say from about 18-20 months he could go on it safely, without coming off! I think all these ride on things can be dangerous, depends from what age a child can balance and co ordinate properly. I just want to say, the wheels turned on my one :S so maybe it was faulty!

Fab ride on!
As above. I returned mine because my little one fell from it toppling forward a couple of times.
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Zinc 16" Blue & Pink Bike £55.00 @ Tesco

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Steel frame with front & rear calliper brakes 25.5-inch frame size, 16-inch spoked wheels & inside leg 17-19-inch Adjustable handlebars and seat
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44.99 for Zinc 16 Inch BMX Bike - Girl's.
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PlayStation 4 Camera V2 @ Tesco Direct and Amazon - £39.00

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Best price I could find at the moment. Amazon appear to have price matched Tesco Direct price. It's the same camera as the original, just a new design for the body. This camera releases on O…
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This thing is slightly less useful than a corned beef slipper until the VR comes out though... :|
powerbrick
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£69.99 for the twin Move controllers.
Got mine for £5 new with the walking with dinosaurs pack when they were getting rid.
powerbrick
i am still baffled to why this is not bundled with PSVR.
I already own the camera. I shouldn't have to buy it twice.
I suspect you are in the minority then since it has less than stellar support when it came out.
Did anyone actually buy it as a separate unit apart form it those who got it from being bundled with the PS4 on launch, the SKU with two controllers, Shadowfall and a camera?

Yep I did, I also got one with my 20th Anniversary PS4 too. But yes they were/are overpriced for the support that they received. Admittedly PlayRoom is actually pretty good fun, but other than that uses are pretty limited to streaming, Singstar and Just Dance really from what I've seen.
alexytin
sebs
just a word of advice... (and I'm not saying this with a tin foil hat on my head)
physically cover the camera with something when not using it. peice of black plumb tape. paper. anything.
that is all.
;-)
Why would anyone want to hack in and watch you? Granted people in high positions such as politics etc. do it but who wants to do watch some dude laid on the sofa eating chips!?!

There doesn't need to be a 'why' - leaving a camera in your house, typically pointed at you, connected to the internet is always going to be bad for your privacy. The head of the FBI certainly knows that:

https://thehackernews.com/2016/04/tape-webcam.html

And there are plenty of people who are going to hack internet connected cameras simply because they can:

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/nov/20/webcam-hackers-watching-you-watchdog-warns

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-22967622

If you don't value your personal privacy then fine, but don't give dumb ill-informed advice to others.
captainbeaky
2minutenoodles
Each to their own but I think purchasing the PSVR is absolute madness at the price. The camera is worth it for PlayStation Move though. The move really is good. With PSVR you will need the PS4 pro to have anywhere near stable frame rates, yes Sony may interpolate the fps on regular PS4 but as with watching movies I turn that stuff off because those false frames makes me feel dizzy. I would say buy the PS4 pro but I can't because Sony are marketing it as a 4K machine when it isn't and it doesn't even have a UHD player, what a joke. Even the Xbox one s has a UHD player and I own both consoles and prefer the PS4 interface and gaming experience to XBOX but what Sony is doing with the pro (apple much?) I would say wait and see what Nintendo have to offer.
I'm sure a 4k blu-ray player is nice to have but I wonder how many 4k discs the average Xbox One S user will buy.

Well anything available in UHD I am buying from now on and I don't have a 4K TV. My TV however supports 4:4:4 most people think UHD is just for 4K but may find this interesting.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIf9h2Gkm_U
alexytin
sebs
just a word of advice... (and I'm not saying this with a tin foil hat on my head)
physically cover the camera with something when not using it. peice of black plumb tape. paper. anything.
that is all.
;-)
Why would anyone want to hack in and watch you? Granted people in high positions such as politics etc. do it but who wants to do watch some dude laid on the sofa eating chips!?!

There are a lot of perverts out there that buy hacked cameras that are "guaranteed" to have a lot of airtime of your daughters/sisters/wife/mother/son. Always a good idea to cover webcams and probably these Playstation camera's as well.
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BrewBuddy Starter Kit Lager/Bitter, 40 pints. £15.00. Tesco In store only.

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Reduced from £31.50. In store only, Stretford Tesco Extra Manchester. They had about 20 left at 15.00 today, Lager and Bitter. God help my liver.
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Dragon32
What do these homebrew kits taste like as I've always been tempted?

I normally prefer largers like Stella, San Miguel and Cobra.

Thanks Mark.


​I did a few years ago and they were bad, but this year I had another try and the results are fantastic (I think dechlorinating my tap water helped this time around). Also I noticed the range of kits is much larger than before so lots of different ones to try. deffo worth trying
alanminium
Silhouette
"In store only"
So *not* Free C&C at Tesco. Think someone's edited your title. Only online ones are £37 down to £29.
Yup, not free c&c, no idea where that came from.
I've just removed it, Thanks.
Silhouette
"In store only"
So *not* Free C&C at Tesco. Think someone's edited your title. Only online ones are £37 down to £29.
Yup, not free c&c, no idea where that came from.
Dragon32
What do these homebrew kits taste like as I've always been tempted?

I normally prefer largers like Stella, San Miguel and Cobra.

Thanks Mark.


​I have recently done a Coopers Original lager and a Wilkos Mexican Cerveza - I fermented the Coopers a little too warm (25deg) and it was slightly Cidery at first but after 4 weeks in the bottle it was great! I brewed the Cerveza at 21deg and that was fantastic! It's super important that you are able to cool the fermenter as the yeast generates heat as it converts the sugar to alcohol - Not too hard to do and very rewarding
What do these homebrew kits taste like as I've always been tempted?

I normally prefer largers like Stella, San Miguel and Cobra.

Thanks Mark.
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Fisher-Price rainforest friends comfort curve bouncer £10.00 instore @ Tesco Ayr. Still £28.50 at tesco direct

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Fisher price rainforest curve baby bouncer found instore at tesco Ayr for £10. Still showing at £28.50 at tesco direct.
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Good find but theres no way we will find elsewhere its got reduction label over the barcode only in that store arghh
annemarie1002
Nicole030879
No sales for today or yesterday? Receipt please?
http://i1380.photobucket.com/albums/ah195/Anne_Marie_Haining/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zps9yhvmvsy.jpeg


Says reduced price which means store specific
Nicole030879
No sales for today or yesterday? Receipt please?
http://i1380.photobucket.com/albums/ah195/Anne_Marie_Haining/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zps9yhvmvsy.jpeg

Edited By: niceroundpound on Sep 26, 2016 16:12
Full price at Warrington yesterday.
Receipt please?

Edited By: Nicole030879 on Sep 26, 2016 16:21: Incorrect
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Black Moto360 2nd Gen 42mm - £158.62 @ Tesco Direct

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*Smaller, black, 42mm version* of the 2nd generation Moto360 going for the cheapest I've seen so far. This one is smaller than the 1st generation watch FYI. Quick summary below: Up to 1.5 days bat…
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I guess this has now expired but damn I don't get why it's gone this cold. I hadn't seen a better price for this model anywhere else before - seems like it might have been a pricing error after all..
DWWM
Currently on discount at £137.90 (including delivery cost) from iBood:http://www.ibood.com/uk/en/product-specs/17177/35089/motorola-moto-360-sport-2nd-gen.html
I received notification of it as a "Secret Deal" via the iBood newsletter. You won't find the offer on the iBood homepage.

That's the 'Sport' flavour.
hellopeeple
Oh really? Not sure, didn't buy it myself - was just window shopping 8)


Perhaps I wasn't fast enough!
DWWM
Currently on discount at £137.90 (including delivery cost) from iBood:

http://www.ibood.com/uk/en/product-specs/17177/35089/motorola-moto-360-sport-2nd-gen.html

I received notification of it as a "Secret Deal" via the iBood newsletter. You won't find the offer on the iBood homepage.


Think that's for the Sport model, seems to be a lot of deals around for that one. Unfortunately it's 46mm which is too big for my wrists!
Currently on discount at £137.90 (including delivery cost) from iBood:

http://www.ibood.com/uk/en/product-specs/17177/35089/motorola-moto-360-sport-2nd-gen.html

I received notification of it as a "Secret Deal" via the iBood newsletter. You won't find the offer on the iBood homepage.
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4000mAh twin charger Belkin £6.25 reduced from £25 @ Tesco Stoke.

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Told its national deal. Twin port 4000mah charger Tesco Stoke on Trent Newcastle road
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PAULTRD
4,000mAh is nothing. You don't really want anything less than 50,000mAh unless you are charging a Nokia 5110


​A 2 port device hardly needs to be 50,000 mAh!
PAULTRD
4,000mAh is nothing. You don't really want anything less than 50,000mAh unless you are charging a Nokia 5110

I'd say 80,000Mah at the very least, after all you might need to jump start your car too.:)
5000mAh £6.99 one available from Lidl on Sunday HERE looks better value slimmer design with maybe a metal cover.
PAULTRD
4,000mAh is nothing. You don't really want anything less than 50,000mAh unless you are charging a Nokia 5110

I've had a Veho Pebble 8400 MaH since 2011 - it's great, although starting to depreciate now after much use! 50k's well OTT and would weigh a ton - quality over quantity too! a 4k Belkin should charge an iPhone I would have thought!
robodan918

Is aukey a good brand though? I've used anker a bunch and belkin too. I only ever saw aukey on amazon and lightning deals.


​I've had an aukey one for about 3years now, works perfectly. They are quite known in the battery market
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ps4 c chassis with fifa 17 uncharted 4 and ratchet and clank £249.00 (tesco)

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Ps4 500 gb Add the console to basket and then stack all the offers Fifa 17 Uncharted 4 Ratchet and clank Basket shows total of £365 with 116 off and new total of £249 Much the same…
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hillybee5363
Great deal, mine being delivered today. Sold FIFA & Ratchet for £50. Cheer's.


Exactly what i have done;)
Great deal, mine being delivered today. Sold FIFA & Ratchet for £50. Cheer's.
Was a decent deal before and even better now with fifa for £25. Should be hot.
This seems like a v good deal if you're after a ps4. New slim supports 5ghz WiFi but doesn't mean faster WiFi. Heat from me.
1988dave
hassansf
Lothra
Borat
Any major differences between this and the slim?

There are only 3 major differences...

1: Slim is slightly smaller but not by much

2: Slim is quieter when playing intense graphics games (i.e. Uncharted 4)

3: Slim has no Optical port.

Everything else is the same, it still gets just as hot, has all the same specs for GPU/CPU etc, if you don't mind the older model being slightly louder then its best to grab that model if you can grab it cheaper.


​ plus faster WiFi


​faster wi fi?you sure


Apparently the type thats faster so they say but actually isnt as you are using the same old router
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Paw Patrol look out centre - half price £15.00 - Tesco

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Paw Patrol look out centre half price down to £15 online and instore at Tesco also had another Paw Patrol set down from £40 to £19 great to put away for xmas
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oos
Ordered online for our Paw Patrol mad daughter - thank you!
i bought one at the Sale store, M33. They had about 6 left.
not worth a fiver never mind £15. broke quickly and son was totally bored of it after playing once with it. he is paw patrol mad but Def not about this one.
Cheap flimsy plastic. Not worth £15

tesco direct logoTesco is one of the UK’s retail giants, operating over 3,000 stores across the country. It’s come a long way since being founded in 1919 and has a presence in 12 different nations. Tesco Direct is the firm’s online retail arm and it allows customers to order a huge selection of products for home delivery or in-store collection.

Where to Buy Tesco Direct Products

You can find your nearest Tesco Direct store via the store locator on the website. Just enter your postcode and filter the results accordingly. If you are shopping online, you can choose to display only those Tesco stores that offer Click and Collect services.

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The Tesco Direct Product Range

If you want to make a purchase wherever you are, the Tesco Direct online store at www.tesco.com/direct is known for its broad product range, which includes the following categories:

  • Technology & Gaming – Including computers and games consoles like PS4, Xbox One and WII U, video games, mobile phones, iPads and tablets, camera and video cameras, GPS systems and printers.
  • Home Electrical – Including appliances like irons, air conditioners, heaters, phones, sewing machines, lighting, hair dryers, electric toothbrushes and vacuum cleaners, as well as large appliances like cookers, washing machines and dishwashers.
  • Home – Furnishings for the living room and bedroom, bathroom items, crockery, kitchen utensils, airers and dining room furniture.
  • Garden – Featuring BBQs, outdoor heaters, gardening tools, lights, furniture, sheds, mowers, strimmers and even plants and seeds.
  • DIY & Car – Cleaning tools and liquids for the car, power tools, sat navs and car parts, home cleaning tools, paint and brushes, and pressure washers.
  • Toys – Arts and craft materials, Lego, board games and puzzles, branded girl’s and boy’s toys, outdoor toys and fancy dress costumes.
  • Sports & Leisure – Sporting equipment, bags & luggage, bicycles, gym devices, musical instruments, home brewing kits.
  • Baby & Toddler – Nappies, cots, baby clothing, baby monitors, stair gates, bouncers, walkers, swings, prams, bedding and high chairs.
  • Party & Gifts – Party accessories, decorations, flowers, gift wrap and balloons.
  • Entertainment & Books – CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays, DVD and CD players, vinyl records, books, and magazines.
  • Health & Beauty – Bath & body, dental products, skin care brands, men’s shaving, make-up and personal electrical items like beard trimmers or hair straighteners.
  • Clothing and Jewellery – Tesco stocks its own F&F clothing range, which features men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, as well as a variety of major clothing and apparel brands.

Brands stocked by Tesco Direct include huge names like:

Making a Purchase at tesco.com/direct

If you intend to make a purchase at Tesco Direct, the first thing to do is to register for a Tesco account.

Using Tesco’s Clubcard Loyalty Scheme

When you spend money in Tesco stores or online, you will receive 1p of Clubcard credit for every £1 you spend. This credit can be spent on Tesco products or redeemed as rewards such as theme park visits, at a rate of up to four times their cash value. Find out more about your options as a Clubcard member at the Tesco website.

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How to Find Bargains at Tesco Direct

The easiest way to find Tesco Direct’s current offers is by visiting the firm’s web page. The offers page collects any recent discounts and sales currently being offered by the store. The clearance section is exactly what it suggests – a place to find one-time “when it’s gone, it’s gone” offers. When seasonal sales are in progress, you can also find details at the sales page.

Tesco Direct runs annual Christmas and New Year’s sales, so check their pages regularly to track the current deals. The store also participates in November’s Black Friday retail event, which is a chance to secure huge savings on all kinds of goods.

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Payment Methods Accepted by Tesco Direct

Tesco Direct accepts a wide range of payment methods, including VISA, Maestro, Mastercard, American Express and Tesco Clubcard. Tesco also uses the Verified by VISA payment protection system to ensure that all transactions are carried out securely.

Delivery Options from Tesco Direct

For small items, Tesco offers a range of delivery options and costs. Click and Collect costs £2, and Tesco will keep any items ordered to their stores onsite for 14 days. Standard Delivery (within 2 to 5 days) costs £3, Pick a Date Delivery (including the day after ordering) costs £5.95 and Express Delivery also costs £5.95. For books and DVDs, standard delivery is free of charge.

If you are ordering large kitchen items like fridges or dishwashers, delivery will be free of charge. These items are often delivered by Tesco’s partners, not Tesco themselves. The supplier will contact you 2 days before delivery to finalise the arrangements. Any other large items come with a £7.95 delivery charge, and the delivery date can be chosen when you checkout.

Tesco offers order tracking for every delivery. To track an order, go to the “my account” section and click on “view direct orders” on the Tesco Direct website.

Returning Items to Tesco Direct

All items ordered from Tesco Direct can be returned to the company within 30 days of receipt, along with proof of purchase. Customers returning their goods can request either a refund or a replacement. There are a few exceptions, including toothbrushes, underwear and any unsealed items, but most items will qualify.

If you want to return an item sold by Tesco Direct, there are a number of ways to do so. One option is to return the item to a Tesco store. Remember to take proof of purchase with you when you go.

Smaller items can also be returned by post:

  1. If you choose this route, check the packaging that Tesco sent you with the original item. This should include a returns label.
  2. Simply attach this returns label to a package containing the items to be returned. The label will include the correct return address.

For larger items, Tesco provides a collection service:

  • Call the Tesco Customer Service line on 0800 3234050 (0330 1234050 for a local rate mobile call) and staff will arrange a collection time and date.
  • Tesco will cover the cost of any postage costs when returning items, as well as the cost of the item and the original delivery costs.

Tesco Direct on Social Media

You can also keep up to date with the latest news from Tesco Direct by checking out the Tesco Living blog, which features life hacks, money saving tips and how-to guides to follow with Tesco Products.

Using Tesco Apps

Another way to purchase Tesco Direct products or benefit from their services is by using the range of Tesco Mobile Apps. The firm has produced several apps for iOS, Android and Windows devices that allow mobile users to use Tesco’s grocery shopping, banking, clubcard, international calling and photo services.

With the Tesco Groceries app, customers can shop online and manage their orders. Available for iOS and Android.

Contacting Tesco Direct

To contact Tesco Direct you can call two numbers: 0800 3234050 and 0330 1234050. These helplines are available from 8:00-23:00 (Monday to Friday), 8:00-20:00 (Saturdays) and 10:00-18:00 (Sundays).

The easiest way to send an email to the Tesco Customer Service Team is by filling in their online form.

Customers can also write to Tesco Direct via post:

  • Tesco Clubcard
  • Freepost
  • Tesco Sco 3145
  • Dundee
  • DD2 3ZR

Alternatively, you may well be able to find the assistance you require at the Tesco Direct website. Check out their help section for answers to common queries.

If you need a new appliance for your kitchen, a collection of DVDs or a cutting edge mobile phone, Tesco Direct will have what you are looking for. You can also find bug discounts on many of the top brands stocked by Tesco Direct by regularly checking their dedicated HotUKDeals listings pages.