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Tesco Clubcard Deals - few questions

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
I've got £79 worth have collected this much since last August statement and can't decide what to do with them,we did think of going to Legoland but it's just too much bother to get there,and i'm not up to all this travelling and then on my feet for the rest of the day and then the following day then spending all the evening getting back home.

So I'm thinking to sell them,I've looked on eBay and see this listing 320256375200

so I don't know if to sell them just as they are to convert them for people as they ask at end what they want,or if to get the Merlin Passes and sell as them, or something else like the regular deal tokens that get handed over anywhere like shops or other attractions.

Do you think I'll have any bother with it? Cos if that the case,then I would just rather have the £79 off my shopping.

I did think about Goldsmiths cos there was a bracelet I wanted but you need to make £200 purchase and the bracelet only £110,I wouldn't buy the bracelet for myself with cash cos honestly don't think its worth the cash plus I can't be going out spending that much on myself in 1 go on 1 item that even though I like,I really don't need it, but would be I could use clubcard for it.
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
how about using them for magazine subscriptions as presents for people? I'd love to have a magazine usubscription as a present! and my bfs mum uses hers for subscriptions and RAC / AA type thing. :)
just don;t spend them in store! :D
#2
yimmie
how about using them for magazine subscriptions as presents for people? I'd love to have a magazine usubscription as a present! and my bfs mum uses hers for subscriptions and RAC / AA type thing. :)
just don;t spend them in store! :D


I've got no1 really to buy presents for and we don't buy magazines either.

Yeh I know what you mean,I don't really want to spend them either on groceries,cos they worth X4 as much.
#3
Magazine subscription for you/family or as a present for someone

Go for a meal

Or keep hold of them until you have some more and something to spend them on (you may want to do legoland in the future). If they are going to expire call tesco and ask if you can send them back to be reissued (usually say yes)
#4
i think you would be better selling them and getting £150 plus to spend on you and your kiddies hun
they certainly sell well on there - go on treat yourself - as you say you will use them for shopping - thereby giving back to tesco - sell 'em - good luck:thumbsup:
#5
Mum2Connor&Cerys
I've got no1 really to buy presents for and we don't buy magazines either.

Yeh I know what you mean,I don't really want to spend them either on groceries,cos they worth X4 as much.


if you drink wine i think they have the vouchers at x2 rather than x4 face value, (think i might let my mum know that one!)

you can get meals out, say if you have a birthday coming up they could be used towards that! easier than going on a day trip!
#6
kelly_o_fanatic
Magazine subscription for you/family or as a present for someone

Go for a meal

Or keep hold of them until you have some more and something to spend them on (you may want to do legoland in the future). If they are going to expire call tesco and ask if you can send them back to be reissued (usually say yes)



Yeh I'm debating if to hold on,these I've got here just been collected since August so the earliest expiry on some of them is August 2010.

I'll keep that in mind that they might reissue,if you do it ahead a little time before and they refuse,could always spend them on groceries at last resort.
#7
If there's nothing in the brochure that you fancy then sell them on Ebay. If you sold them you would get around double (give or take) what they're worth - I definately wouldn't just use them shopping. x
#8
yimmie
if you drink wine i think they have the vouchers at x2 rather than x4 face value, (think i might let my mum know that one!)

you can get meals out, say if you have a birthday coming up they could be used towards that! easier than going on a day trip!


Don't really go out for meals and I don't drink wine,my partner only buys odd bottle here and there.

I dunno if to go eBay route cos I don't wnat any hassle and wondered how others might sold on eBay.
Just I know the hassle ppl can cause over something for a few quid nevermind some vouchers lol.
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Mum2Connor&Cerys
Yeh I'm debating if to hold on,these I've got here just been collected since August so the earliest expiry on some of them is August 2010.

I'll keep that in mind that they might reissue,if you do it ahead a little time before and they refuse,could always spend them on groceries at last resort.


Exactly :thumbsup:
#10
dry cleaning @ johnsons?
a treat at goldmiths?
#11
drdanielmacdonald
dry cleaning @ johnsons?
a treat at goldmiths?


I don't have anything that's dry clean.

Only 1 thing I wanted there and it's £110 and you need minimum £200 purchase to allow deals.
#12
I think I will just hang on,I'm a bit sceptical of putting them on eBay,I don't like selling on there much these days,and weary of taking Paypal for such large amounts.
banned#13
I too was looking at he legoland deal. Needed £81.50 for 3 tickets - but was just a little short since I only have £2.50 in vouchers!

Must be a fateful coincidence!












Just kidding!!!!! (though the above is 100% kosher!)

On a serious note, am I right in thinking that the vouchers being spent online, would only be valid from one user account? (ie having several £10 coupons from different people couldn't be done?)
#14
guv
I too was looking at he legoland deal. Needed £81.50 for 3 tickets - but was just a little short since I only have £2.50 in vouchers!

Must be a fateful coincidence!



When I looked at the listings on eBay ,people were stating like,give time to order the deals after the auction as ended to get in touch to tell them what you wanted them converted to.
Just seems a bit of hassle and I be a bit worried incase it all went wrong.

You need get saving more,c'mon Tescos get some more them bonus codes coming our way.








Just kidding!!!!! (though the above is 100% kosher!)

On a serious note, am I right in thinking that the vouchers being spent online, would only be valid from one user account? (ie having several £10 coupons from different people couldn't be done?)
#15
try again to reply guv my post went wrong...

When I looked at the listings on eBay ,people were stating like,give time to order the deals after the auction as ended to get in touch to tell them what you wanted them converted to.
Just seems a bit of hassle and I be a bit worried incase it all went wrong.

You need get saving more,c'mon Tescos get some more them bonus codes coming our way.
#16
hoe do you find out what you can spend them on
#17
caroline072
hoe do you find out what you can spend them on

go to the tesco deals website - it's broken down into sections such as days out, hotel breaks, holidays etc etc. Don't spend them in store!
#18
Mum2Connor&Cerys
I've got no1 really to buy presents for and we don't buy magazines either.

Yeh I know what you mean,I don't really want to spend them either on groceries,cos they worth X4 as much.

i'm assuming you have a little boy - how old? They can be used at Goals Soccer Centres if you have one nearby, against all sessions and to pay for childrens birthday parties.

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