The time of year has come when I have to put my car through the annual MOT. Did some searching to see what deal were around.
Tokens must be ordered by 31st January. The MOT must be booked by 10th February but your MOT can take place anytime until 30th June 2010.
About this reward
Nationwide Autocentre is offering Clubcard rewards' customers an opportunity to purchase an MOT Token for just £10 in Clubcard vouchers.
How this reward works
This reward is buy in full simply exchange your Clubcard vouchers to buy this reward in full.
1. Choose how much in Clubcard vouchers youd like to exchange, on the right, and then click add to basket.
- any change from your vouchers will be credited to your Clubcard Account.
2. Well send your token within 5 working days of your order being placed. Each token is valid for one MOT.
3. Simply call the number provided in the information pack sent with the token or visit http://www.nationwideautocentres.co.uk/tescoclubcard,
to book your MOT. Make a note of your MOT date on the token.
Your MOT must be booked to take place before 10th February 2010.
4. If you are phoning to book your MOT make sure you advise Nationwide Autocentre at the time of your call that you are using a Nationwide Autocentre - MOT Token.
5. You can find out more about this reward, by looking at the PDF, below (Additional information).
Things to remember
Clubcard vouchers are not accepted by suppliers; you must exchange them for rewards tokens.
Your MOT must be booked by 10th February 2010 - your MOT can take place anytime until 30th June 2010.
Rewards tokens are not transferable and will be issued with the name shown on your Clubcard vouchers and may be printed with your postcode.
Terms and conditions apply, please see the bottom of the page.
Basically you exchange £10 worth of your clubcard vouchers to get a MOT "Token" with Nationwide. You then call them up and book the MOT with your local branch.
**Personal Note** dealers and garages are known to run these discounted MOT offers to drum up business. They get the customers in on the chance that any failures will be repaired by them. A few years back I saw that Martin Lewis chap (who has a remarkable talent to waffle and talk at a speed of 130 mph) discuss on one of his TV appearences that it is much better to take your car to a place where they don't carry out repairs, like your local council MOT testing places. It's all here on his website:http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/travel/cheap-mot