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1000 Clubcard Points on £50 spend on Groceries @ Tesco.

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#1
Does this work out at £1.00 or £10.00?
#2
£10.00 if you spend it "as is" in-store, or £40 in Tesco Deals.

Kevin.
#3
Great code - thank you!

I'm getting an error message but it looks like it is being applied to the order ok.

Hot from me!
#4
Stressed, did mine shopping yesterday with the code for 1000points on £75 shop & it took me ages to find enough stuff to buy! :x

Voted hot & added rep though.
#5
i've just had a shop delivered!!! What can i get now!!!
[admin]#6
Fantastic thank you :) Worked for me ;-) Heat & Rep added xx
banned#7
Thanks littleterror!
#8
consider it banked. Nice one.
#9
error for me but seems to work ;)

'Sorry, your order does not qualify for the "£15 off your groceries" eCoupon. It may be that you have not reached the minimum spend criteria, or that this promotion is linked to a product that is not in your basket.'

:-D

thanks
#10
damn just this minute checked out a delivery! can i go back & add this? dont think I can. I did use the £9 off £60 code, but this would have been better, never mind there is always next week!
Voted hot!
#11
are points better than money off code? What can I use the points for eg how many points do you need to get certain things..
:thinking:
#12
Great worked for me
#13
Leese
are points better than money off code? What can I use the points for eg how many points do you need to get certain things..
:thinking:

1000 points is worth £10 if used off your shopping but if used for 'deals' its worth £40, tesco web site tells you where you can use the deals, lots of theme parks etc. We are saving for taussauds annual passes for next year.
#14
fab might go have a look. I have a card - well the details are on my account with tesco but they never actually sent me a card in the post? Can I request one online or do I need to ring up do you think? Sorry for being a bit thick today!! :oops:
#15
Leese
fab might go have a look. I have a card - well the details are on my account with tesco but they never actually sent me a card in the post? Can I request one online or do I need to ring up do you think? Sorry for being a bit thick today!! :oops:

You can use the on line one for shopping on line, think you have to get one from store if you want an actual card
#16
can someone help me - been looking into this points for days out thing and I like the idea of South Lakes Animal Park in but I dont know how many points I actually need for one pass/entry? How do I find this out?
#17
Voted hot - so much better than the usual £5 off £50 vouchers. Thanks!
#18
Leese
can someone help me - been looking into this points for days out thing and I like the idea of South Lakes Animal Park in but I dont know how many points I actually need for one pass/entry? How do I find this out?

it tells you on the tesco web site, just go to [url]www.tesco.com[/url] & click on the clubcard link at bottom
#19
Hi Leese - We have PAID for our family summer holiday to France for the last few years on the points. Basically collect an save as many points as possible. HUKD is almost entirely to thank for that as otherwise it would have taken forever to collect the points by normal shopping (eg 1000 points is £1000 spend instore). Credit card also gives you extra points if you are into that. 1000 points will give you £40 in deals. Happy collecting
#20
Can this be used on an order in conjunction with a £15 off £50 grocery shop please?

Thanks.
#21
danjaq2005
Can this be used on an order in conjunction with a £15 off £50 grocery shop please?

Thanks.

dont think so, is there still a valid £15 off £50 code? didnt think there was
#22
Cheers for that, banked it.

Does anyone know how you select which e-coupon you want to use? I've got about 6 banked and would like to select the one I use on my next shop.
#23
Maggo
Cheers for that, banked it.

Does anyone know how you select which e-coupon you want to use? I've got about 6 banked and would like to select the one I use on my next shop.


How do you bank a voucher code? :?
#24
Rockhound
Hi Leese - We have PAID for our family summer holiday to France for the last few years on the points. Basically collect an save as many points as possible. HUKD is almost entirely to thank for that as otherwise it would have taken forever to collect the points by normal shopping (eg 1000 points is £1000 spend instore). Credit card also gives you extra points if you are into that. 1000 points will give you £40 in deals. Happy collecting



WOW! You paid for your holiday! Cool - how do you know how many points you need for each deal - for example I am looking at South Lakes Animal Park but it does not say how many points I need to exchange for a pass?
#25
Banked!, hot and rep added - thanks very much.
#26
Voted HOT, Banking my points for a day out driving Sports Cars round a Race Track..Cant Wait..Also furnished the kids bedrooms thru MFI and Clubcard deals..shame they stopped it.
#27
Leese
WOW! You paid for your holiday! Cool - how do you know how many points you need for each deal - for example I am looking at South Lakes Animal Park but it does not say how many points I need to exchange for a pass?



check the South Lakes Animal Park website or call them...find out how much you need. then go to tescos site and use the little calculator on the right to work out how much you need to exchange.
#28
sanmarco5
dont think so, is there still a valid £15 off £50 code? didnt think there was


Yer, actually got an email this morning with one!
#29
easy tiger
Voted HOT, Banking my points for a day out driving Sports Cars round a Race Track..Cant Wait..Also furnished the kids bedrooms thru MFI and Clubcard deals..shame they stopped it.


MFI were good.....but now my wife is doing an Open University course so we already have an guaranteed outgoing which we can use the points on. So it's essentially a £10 shop for us as we are saving £40.

Everyone on an OU course should use these deals
#30
Alternatively you can use code: 7ZJB7W9D8QWZ, same 1000 club points
#31
shahidemran
Alternatively you can use code: 7ZJB7W9D8QWZ, same 1000 club points

when does this one run out?
#32
sanmarco5
damn just this minute checked out a delivery! can i go back & add this? dont think I can. I did use the £9 off £60 code, but this would have been better, never mind there is always next week!
Voted hot!

Yes you can change your mind on an order.:)
With Tesco direct you need to ring CS,but with groceries you can do it online.
#33
shahidemran
Alternatively you can use code: 7ZJB7W9D8QWZ, same 1000 club points

Thanks just banked this one.Code in OP no good for me.:)
#34
bazr
Yes you can change your mind on an order.:)
With Tesco direct you need to ring CS,but with groceries you can do it online.

I have added to my order etc. before but have never seen a page where I can change the vouchers used
#35
shahidemran
Alternatively you can use code: 7ZJB7W9D8QWZ, same 1000 club points

strange this one doesnt work for me or DH
#36
Thanks - worked for me :-D
#37
banked, thanks op, :thumbsup:
#38
sanmarco5
I have added to my order etc. before but have never seen a page where I can change the vouchers used

If you go to checkout and click on use vouchers,it will then take you to the page which allows you to remove and add vouchers.:)
#39
When you order groceries online,do they send the items that are nearer the use by date?
#40
andym6561
When you order groceries online,do they send the items that are nearer the use by date?

of course
its called stock rotation

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