1000 Clubcard points (worth up to £30) on £60 buy of Lego City @ Tesco Direct - also 500 Clubcard points wys £30
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1000 Clubcard points (worth up to £30) on £60 buy of Lego City @ Tesco Direct - also 500 Clubcard points wys £30

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Found 29th JanEdited by:"deleted1391139"
Collect 1000 bonus Clubcard points wys £60 on selected Lego City tesco.com/dir…omo

Collect 500 bonus Clubcard points wys £30 tesco.com/dir…omo

1000 points + 60 on the spend = eg £31.80 in Uber/ Ubereats credit or (when it goes live) in Redspottedhanky train credit
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Cooling added as their prices are high to begin with.
And cc points are being devalued so much
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snatch_master2 m ago

And cc points are being devalued so much


not if you use Uber or Redspottedhanky, where it's a genuine 3x cash saving

Eurotunnel as well
deleted139113929th Jan

not if you use Uber or Redspottedhanky, where it's a genuine 3x cash …not if you use Uber or Redspottedhanky, where it's a genuine 3x cash savingEurotunnel as well


I use none of those, so I’m with Tabby, cooling added
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scottz173 m ago

I use none of those, so I’m with Tabby, cooling added


Avios (BA airmiles) are generally worth 1p /point as well.

1060 Clubcard points = 2544 Avios = £25.44.

And you can usually redeem them for much more than that, even 4p/ point at times (eg a reward flight in school hols). = £101.76
deleted139113929th Jan

Avios (BA airmiles) are generally worth 1p /point as well.1060 Clubcard …Avios (BA airmiles) are generally worth 1p /point as well.1060 Clubcard points = 2544 Avios = £25.44.And you can usually redeem them for much more than that, even 4p/ point at times (eg a reward flight in school hols). = £101.76


Do you work for Tesco PR?
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scottz172 m ago

Do you work for Tesco PR?


of course not

They'd prefer everybody to spend their Clubcard points on Groceries or Direct @ face value

Face value is for mugs lol
FlabbyTabby29th Jan

Cooling added as their prices are high to begin with.



Tabby The Cooler lego expert. Why dont You go and find us some decent deal?
FlabbyTabby29th Jan

Cooling added as their prices are high to begin with.

Wait... Weren't I saying you'd rather get Lego from Tesco the other day?

Have you ever considered a career in politics?
Lego coast guard 60166 in-store £24. £39 online and most sets are much cheaper instore.
Now that Tesco have devalued the points with no more double points days etc you are only encouraging them to devalue them even more by rushing out to snap them up.
Do you remember their excuse for no more double points days ? .It was confusing us moronic customers
What I want is cheaper Lego not points.
Edited by: "malm" 30th Jan
My 60051 train just arrived. I don't even need to open the silver bag to tell it's completely destroyed. No outer box, no bubble wrap....DPD coming back for it tomorrow. Don't waste your time with these jokers.
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