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750 tesco clubcard points on a £75 spend

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loveabargain Avatar
9y, 9m agoFound 9 years, 9 months ago / expired 6 Oct 076 October 2007
Instructions:Just banked this and is working.

expires 6th October 2007
 
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9y, 9m agoFound 9 years, 9 months ago / expired 6 Oct 076 October 2007
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#1
cheers LB... banked it on all my accounts
#2
Brilliant. Ages since I've seen a points code that works!
#3
How do you 'Bank' these vouxhers please?

Im just about to switch from ASDA to Tesco for home shopping so I can use my Clubcard points to go towards paying for my degree and 750 points would go very well.
#4
ispartacus75
How do you 'Bank' these vouxhers please?

Im just about to switch from ASDA to Tesco for home shopping so I can use my Clubcard points to go towards paying for my degree and 750 points would go very well.

You bank the voucher by adding something to your basket and then go to checkout and select delivery slot. You then come to the page where it says "use vouchers/coupons". Then click on it and add the code and it should get added but will probably say "Sorry, your order does not qualify for the "750 extra Clubcard Points" 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. Ref: EC02 ". then log out and the voucher will automatically add when you actually do the shop to qualify. Remember that you have to use in the stated time limit the voucher is available.

Hope you understand this and that it helps:)
#5
just banked, thanks op:thumbsup:
#6
Thanks very much. All clear and understood. Will go do it now.

EDIT: Thanks again. Just added it.
5 Likes #7
there's also a 1000 pointer for £50 spend... XXZK6M

happy shopping :D
1 Like #8
soweezy
there's also a 1000 pointer for £50 spend... XXZK6M

happy shopping :D


Excellent. Thanks for that. 1000 point codes always go down well. Banked fine. rep given :-D :-D :-D
#9
Rep given. Is there a limit on the amount of vouchers you can bank?

Dont want things to look suspicious and ruin it for all.
#10
soweezy
there's also a 1000 pointer for £50 spend... XXZK6M

happy shopping :D


great code, should have its own thread.

thanks to op also!
#11
ispartacus75
Rep given. Is there a limit on the amount of vouchers you can bank?

Dont want things to look suspicious and ruin it for all.


no I have three accounts and have banked them in all. Just looked and one of them has a 1000 point, 750 point, £8 and £5 codes all banked.
#12
loveabargain
Excellent. Thanks for that. 1000 point codes always go down well. Banked fine. rep given :-D :-D :-D


you're welcome... got it from [url]www.paidtoshop.co.uk[/url]

so far I've banked 5225 points, just today (c;
#13
just used a 1000 points on on a £52 spend

however i know after my discounts (finish dishwasher, stella multibuy etc) that it will be about £40 when it is delivered will i still get my points
#14
ms01ma
just used a 1000 points on on a £52 spend

however i know after my discounts (finish dishwasher, stella multibuy etc) that it will be about £40 when it is delivered will i still get my points


No I don't think you will. Best to add some more just to be on the safe side
#15
ms01ma
just used a 1000 points on on a £52 spend

however i know after my discounts (finish dishwasher, stella multibuy etc) that it will be about £40 when it is delivered will i still get my points


it's always worked for me, even when the actual cost drops below the minimum spend
#16
Does Quidco work on Tesco grocery shops beyond the first shop?
Is it part of the 2% for all other sales?

Also are the 750 points in addition to the actual points for that basket or do they replace them?
#17
ispartacus75
Does Quidco work on Tesco grocery shops beyond the first shop?
Is it part of the 2% for all other sales?

Also are the 750 points in addition to the actual points for that basket or do they replace them?


They are in addition to the points you normally get. I don't know about the quidco - sorry
#18
quidco is for direct only not groceries.
#19
pammyj
quidco is for direct only not groceries.


You get £5 for first genuine new registration and first order with Tesco Grocery :thumbsup:
#20
ms01ma
just used a 1000 points on on a £52 spend

however i know after my discounts (finish dishwasher, stella multibuy etc) that it will be about £40 when it is delivered will i still get my points


Typically you should still get the points. howover a few days ago someone reported on another Teco thread that s/he didn't get her discount because his / her shopping dropped below the minumum spend after dicounts were applied. This is unusual , but if anyone has had similar experiences then let us know.
#21
kilo
Typically you should still get the points. howover a few days ago someone reported on another Teco thread that s/he didn't get her discount because his / her shopping dropped below the minumum spend after dicounts were applied. This is unusual , but if anyone has had similar experiences then let us know.


Normally they go on ok, however if they then don't appear on your statement with your delivery phone their customer service number on the statement and tell them it was accepted online but didn't appear on your statement they will add either your points on clubcard or credit your payment card if its a discount code, I have did this on a few occasions and never been questioned , they probably don't want you demanding the goods uplifted and refunded.:thumbsup:
#22
does what it says work fine for me
#23
kilo
Typically you should still get the points. howover a few days ago someone reported on another Teco thread that s/he didn't get her discount because his / her shopping dropped below the minumum spend after dicounts were applied. This is unusual , but if anyone has had similar experiences then let us know.


just to let you know i spend £42 after discounts and my points are on fine, has everyone had thier vouchers yet cos i havent had mine
#24
mums had her vouchers on saturday 18th august but i havent had mine for any of my 3 accounts as yet , shouldnt worry though as they dont post everyones off in one day ... far too many of them to go through i guess.
everyone should have their vouchers before 5th september though.
#25
Still around.. thanks to dr.met.ty for the pointer :)
#26
rooney10
mums had her vouchers on saturday 18th august but i havent had mine for any of my 3 accounts as yet , shouldnt worry though as they dont post everyones off in one day ... far too many of them to go through i guess.
everyone should have their vouchers before 5th september though.


mine only came yesterday
#27
ispartacus75
Does Quidco work on Tesco grocery shops beyond the first shop?
Is it part of the 2% for all other sales?

Also are the 750 points in addition to the actual points for that basket or do they replace them?


I believe you can get 1% from rewardsonline but is it really worth it ? - I've never bothered
#28
45ure
I believe you can get 1% from rewardsonline but is it really worth it ? - I've never bothered


Personally no, I think they've got it wrong and you won't get paid for grocery anyway. Open a new account and get £5 back from quidco so on an average spend that's 10% anyway!
#29
Benjimoron
Personally no, I think they've got it wrong and you won't get paid for grocery anyway. Open a new account and get £5 back from quidco so on an average spend that's 10% anyway!


Well folk in another place say they've been paid - like I said I have never bothered - that said I forget to use QUidco most of the time as well !! :shock:
#30
45ure
Well folk in another place say they've been paid - like I said I have never bothered - that said I forget to use QUidco most of the time as well !! :shock:


Do what I said above, you'd need to be spending over £500 per shop to make that one more worthwhile!

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