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1000 points at Tesco Wines !!

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1d, 2m agoFound 1 decade, 2 months ago / expired 4 Apr 074 April 2007
Instructions:1000 points at Tesco Wines. Minimum 12 bottles of wines must be purchased.

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1d, 2m agoFound 1 decade, 2 months ago / expired 4 Apr 074 April 2007
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#1
i checked this out and because its only a minimum order of 12 bottles, with no minimum value, at allows you to order for example 2 x cases of 20cl rose's, total including delivery £21. and you still get the 1000 points, brill £40 worth of clubcard deals for spending £21.:-D
#2
Trying a mixed case of 12 for £42.50 delivered. So, £2.50 basically. :)
#3
cheers edi :)
#4
Thanks Joggerspark :thumbsup:

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Trying a mixed case of 12 for £42.50 delivered. So, £2.50 basically. :)


how ? I cant get it.... :oops:
#5
edi
Thanks Joggerspark :thumbsup:



how ? I cant get it.... :oops:


Hi Edi, he meant 1000 points= £40,
#6
Sorry, how come? 1000 points is £10 in clubcard vouchers

Edit: Ok, I got it now... £10 is equivalent to £40 in deals :-D


http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m92/zeebramango/tescocc.jpg
#7
I've just ordered from Tesco wine but this a good offer edi...particularly for those that thrive on clubcard deal vouchers.

Shall I order some more plonk!!!!...better not or I'll be in big trouble as I have two deliveries coming this week.
#8
Thanks nanjo & Currychops :thumbsup:

Please, can someone tell me the cheapest wine deal (MOV) available to claim this offer so that I can add to the title?
#9
I bought 3 cases of the Calloway earlier this afternoon with the £20 off voucher. Can i still get my 1000 points or have i missed the chance? or can u only put in 1 voucher at a time?

BTW 18 bottles worked out at £2.49 each delivered. Pretty good for a wine that sells in my local for £6.99 a bottle.
#10
thegaffer1
I bought 3 cases of the Calloway earlier this afternoon with the £20 off voucher. Can i still get my 1000 points or have i missed the chance? or can u only put in 1 voucher at a time?

BTW 18 bottles worked out at £2.49 each delivered. Pretty good for a wine that sells in my local for £6.99 a bottle.



Just what I was about to ask:giggle:
#11
Sorry, the 'XX9FF6' voucher has been used the maximum number of times.

:x :x :x
#12
cheers edi, just ordered and code worked a treat.:thumbsup:
#13
edi
Sorry, how come? 1000 points is £10 in clubcard vouchers

Edit: Ok, I got it now... £10 is equivalent to £40 in deals :-D


Never actually claimed on clubcard stuff before, I'd just seen 1000 points=£40 in the other threads, didn't know it was only on deals. Ah well, it's still cheap and maybe I'll like the deals.
#14
edi
Please, can someone tell me the cheapest wine deal (MOV) available to claim this offer so that I can add to the title?

Click "under £6" then "sort by: bottle price" to find something cheap you actually like.

Tesco Sparkling Perry 75 Cl £9.58 for 12 MIGHT count even though it's not quite wine, someone who hasn't already used the voucher can try and confirm. That would be £14.58 delivered.

Cheapest that's acutally wine starts at £1.39 per bottle, there's a few choices. That would be £21.64 delivered.
#15
Its only worth doing the clubcard points if there is a clubcard deal you want to exchange them for. Otherwise, in this case you'd be better off with the £20 discount code thats also available at the moment.

The 1000 points = £40 in deals is quite misleading, as a deal they say is worth £40 you could probably get cheaper through special offers, discount codes etc.

Not saying that they aint worth having, its just in reality i think the true value is closer to £25-30.
#16
Yeah, now I've researched it a bit further I see the deals are fine if it's something you'd have bought anyway... but I can't see much there that's for me unless I save up for RAC cover or something.

So 1000 points = £10 of Tesco vouchers = £40 of deal vouchers. Here are the deals: http://www.tesco.com/clubcard/deals/p.aspx?id=seealldeals

I've cancelled this order since I can't change it like I would a grocery order. If it lets me use the code again, I might go for the minimum order value tactic instead.

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