Double Clubcard Points Event This Weekend Friday 15th - Monday 18th July At Tesco.  In store, online and at our petrol filling stations.
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Double Clubcard Points Event This Weekend Friday 15th - Monday 18th July At Tesco. In store, online and at our petrol filling stations.

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Found 11th Jul 2016
Get even more from Tesco this weekend. From Friday 15th until Monday 18th July 2016 receive double points when you use your Tesco Clubcard on purchases in store, online and at our petrol filling stations.

Just in time for you to get more value back in your August Clubcard statement. Tesco Clubcard, our way of saying thank you for choosing to shop with us. Terms and Conditions apply.
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we need some compensation for tesco taking away our clubcard boost
poshaffi

we need some compensation for tesco taking away our clubcard boost


And TCB points
Speculator

And TCB points



Although TCB didn't actually take away our Clubcard points , they are just not giving you the option to convert your earned cashback into Clubcard points from July 31st ............. I share your pain though , I'm devastated !!
Thanks I'll put off my big shop until Friday
I think the idea is now they will do more things like this .
Would this count on offers where there are already bonus clubcard points?

For example gift cards, where you get 150 points for a £50 purchase, would you get 300?
tmj2007

Would this count on offers where there are already bonus clubcard points? … Would this count on offers where there are already bonus clubcard points? For example gift cards, where you get 150 points for a £50 purchase, would you get 300?



The answer to that question is no.

Full terms and conditions:

This offer is valid in-store, at tesco.com/gro…ies, tesco.com/direct, tesco.com/wine, and at Tesco petrol stations.

Members must use their Tesco Clubcard at the time of purchase to receive this offer, Clubcard points added to an account after the purchase may not be eligible for double Clubcard points.

Qualifying spend in store and on tesco.com (including groceries, direct and wine) will receive an additional 1 point per £1 spend. Qualifying spend on Tesco fuel with receive an additional 1 point per £2 spend.

To receive double Clubcard points in a Tesco store or at Tesco petrol stations: Scan your Tesco Clubcard each time you shop between Friday 15th July 12:01am and Monday 18th July 11:59pm

To receive double Clubcard points at tesco.com/gro…ies: Use your Tesco Clubcard at tesco.com/gro…ies and book home delivery or a Click+Collect slot for between Friday 15th July and Monday 18th July (subject to availability)

To receive double Clubcard points at tesco.com/direct or tesco.com/wine: Use your Tesco Clubcard at tesco.com/direct or tesco.com/wine between Friday 15th July 12:01am and Monday 18th July 11:59pm

This offer is valid in the UK and IoM Only.

Ah well

Thanks!

ClashInDevon

The answer to that question is no.Full terms and conditions:This offer is … The answer to that question is no.Full terms and conditions:This offer is valid in-store, at tesco.com/groceries, tesco.com/direct, tesco.com/wine, and at Tesco petrol stations.Members must use their Tesco Clubcard at the time of purchase to receive this offer, Clubcard points added to an account after the purchase may not be eligible for double Clubcard points.Qualifying spend in store and on tesco.com (including groceries, direct and wine) will receive an additional 1 point per £1 spend. Qualifying spend on Tesco fuel with receive an additional 1 point per £2 spend.To receive double Clubcard points in a Tesco store or at Tesco petrol stations: Scan your Tesco Clubcard each time you shop between Friday 15th July 12:01am and Monday 18th July 11:59pmTo receive double Clubcard points at tesco.com/groceries: Use your Tesco Clubcard at tesco.com/groceries and book home delivery or a Click+Collect slot for between Friday 15th July and Monday 18th July (subject to availability)To receive double Clubcard points at tesco.com/direct or tesco.com/wine: Use your Tesco Clubcard at tesco.com/direct or tesco.com/wine between Friday 15th July 12:01am and Monday 18th July 11:59pmThis offer is valid in the UK and IoM Only.


poshaffi

we need some compensation for tesco taking away our clubcard boost


you'd need a fleet of tankers for them to compensate the boost!
Banned
spend £100 in Tesco and get £1 back, the prices are expensive than any supermarkets. this offer makes it somewhat ok, but the boost has finished.
sofiasar

spend £100 in Tesco and get £1 back, the prices are expensive than any s … spend £100 in Tesco and get £1 back, the prices are expensive than any supermarkets. this offer makes it somewhat ok, but the boost has finished.


Actually the prices have dropped loads I find Asda are more expensive now plus lidl and aldi are poor quality and smaller sizes to keep price lower so false economy.
Original Poster
Personally I never used my vouchers as part of the Clubcard Boost, I've always used them for Days Out, Cinemas, Restaurant etc. where they are often worth X4 and these offers are still available.
oscarcat

Personally I never used my vouchers as part of the Clubcard Boost, I've … Personally I never used my vouchers as part of the Clubcard Boost, I've always used them for Days Out, Cinemas, Restaurant etc. where they are often worth X4 and these offers are still available.


In reality worth about 2 x for most days out as there is always 2 for 1 vouchers etc.
rooney10

Although TCB didn't actually take away our Clubcard points , they are … Although TCB didn't actually take away our Clubcard points , they are just not giving you the option to convert your earned cashback into Clubcard points from July 31st ............. I share your pain though , I'm devastated !!



I was until they also cancelled the clubcard boosts for stuff in store, now I'm a bit annoyed I've got £40 of points on there.
poshaffi

we need some compensation for tesco taking away our clubcard boost


Wasn't the excuse because of a European rule on loyalty points...doesn't apply no more surely?
Edited by: "DE4L3R" 11th Jul 2016
universe1992

Actually the prices have dropped loads I find Asda are more expensive now … Actually the prices have dropped loads I find Asda are more expensive now plus lidl and aldi are poor quality and smaller sizes to keep price lower so false economy.



Totally agree with this. Tesco isn't more expensive for me, but I do notice that the quality in Asda is a lot lower
Nice
DE4L3R

Wasn't the excuse because of a European rule on loyalty points...doesn't … Wasn't the excuse because of a European rule on loyalty points...doesn't apply no more surely?



Nope, we're still in the EU.
poshaffi

we need some compensation for tesco taking away our clubcard boost



They are not taking away boosts just changing it instore appa to make it easier to understand
I like the points system that much I got a Tesco credit card and I use it to pay my Council Tax, Paypal purchases and anything else online or over £10. Last year I used my points in a boost promo and bought a Hoover washing machine only had to pay £50. Whoever decided to stop the Boost should be Fired.
Not worth it for fuel,Tesco is 1p litre more expensive than asda,so pay 20p more to gain 20 points
batemansxxxb

Not worth it for fuel,Tesco is 1p litre more expensive than asda,so pay … Not worth it for fuel,Tesco is 1p litre more expensive than asda,so pay 20p more to gain 20 points


My local Tesco store is 5p per litre cheaper than other garages in town, unfortunately no other supermarkets nearby just Shell & Esso garages, so well worth it for me
heybigspender

Totally agree with this. Tesco isn't more expensive for me, but I do … Totally agree with this. Tesco isn't more expensive for me, but I do notice that the quality in Asda is a lot lower



I find Tesco the cheapest supermarket but only because I tend to buy a lot of their everyday value products and their half price offers. I like to try new foods which is great when they are half price.

There are a few things I have to pay more for at Tesco compared to Lidl for example. I think a bag of rice is 45p in Tesco but 40p in Lidl and a tin of new potatoes is 15 in Lidl but 20p in Tesco but find Lidl quality generally poor especially some of their processed food. Lidl import a lot more of their food than Tesco despite the adverts showing a few products which aren't imported and maybe now that will put them under more pressure to increase prices due the fall in value of the pound.

A recent visit to Lidl included some rather stale Carrots that were very dry which I guess was due to age. You don't know the age of their veg as they won't put a date on the packaging. Also some Cornish ice cream that appeared a bargain but in fact was nothing like cornish ice cream resembling a basic value ice cream despite being 2x the price. It just wasn't creamy and didn't have much of a vanilla taste.

Asda are just as bad as Lidl they don't seem to care what they put their name to. A few products are great quality for the price, probably the products they send out for review in magazines but many other products are not acceptable quality to me. Obviously behind the Asda name is Walmart one of the most aggressive sourcer's of products around the world pushing down many prices and expecting to pay less than its competitors.
Try shopping at a quality supermarket like Sainsburys .
yawn i get double points on every shop always
Absolutely no point (for me) collecting Tesco points anymore now that they've eradicated boost. I have a Tesco bank account which means I get full points when filling up at the pumps.... This is of course when they actually let you have access to them as they are always out of service at night.
The points piled on fast and I used boost to purchase and pre-order all my PS4 games FOC as well as getting other products.
I'm now looking at other banks for a better interest rate and other petrol stations for a better deal.

Good work Tesco.

thanks
ClashInDevon

The answer to that question is no.Full terms and conditions:This offer is … The answer to that question is no.Full terms and conditions:This offer is valid in-store, at tesco.com/groceries, tesco.com/direct, tesco.com/wine, and at Tesco petrol stations.Members must use their Tesco Clubcard at the time of purchase to receive this offer, Clubcard points added to an account after the purchase may not be eligible for double Clubcard points.Qualifying spend in store and on tesco.com (including groceries, direct and wine) will receive an additional 1 point per £1 spend. Qualifying spend on Tesco fuel with receive an additional 1 point per £2 spend.To receive double Clubcard points in a Tesco store or at Tesco petrol stations: Scan your Tesco Clubcard each time you shop between Friday 15th July 12:01am and Monday 18th July 11:59pmTo receive double Clubcard points at tesco.com/groceries: Use your Tesco Clubcard at tesco.com/groceries and book home delivery or a Click+Collect slot for between Friday 15th July and Monday 18th July (subject to availability)To receive double Clubcard points at tesco.com/direct or tesco.com/wine: Use your Tesco Clubcard at tesco.com/direct or tesco.com/wine between Friday 15th July 12:01am and Monday 18th July 11:59pmThis offer is valid in the UK and IoM Only.



​I'm sorry but I don't see how this answers the q about the branded vouchers....
Haven't shopped in Tesco since my shopping bill went from £200 per week to £120 at Aldi AND we manage to get a few treats in that which we couldn't previously do at Tesco... Would need a lot of clubcards points to compensate that!
Still have their credit card tho thinking of switching that too....
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Wirley

Haven't shopped in Tesco since my shopping bill went from £200 per week … Haven't shopped in Tesco since my shopping bill went from £200 per week to £120 at Aldi AND we manage to get a few treats in that which we couldn't previously do at Tesco... Would need a lot of clubcards points to compensate that! Still have their credit card tho thinking of switching that too....


That's a big saving 40%, what are you buying to save so much? I was in Aldi last weekend and didn't find their prices that impressive, many items were just pennies cheaper than other supermarkets. Potatoes, cabbage and strawberries were actually more expensive, in fact the strawberries had jumped up in price from £1.29 the previous week to £1.89 last weekend,the most expensive of all the supermarkets.
Edited by: "oscarcat" 12th Jul 2016
oadbyboy

Try shopping at a quality supermarket like Sainsburys .

oadbyboy

Try shopping at a quality supermarket like Sainsburys .

deluderd
batemansxxxb

Not worth it for fuel,Tesco is 1p litre more expensive than asda,so pay … Not worth it for fuel,Tesco is 1p litre more expensive than asda,so pay 20p more to gain 20 points


I thought it was 1 point for every £2 or 2 litres? + my local asda is .02p rather than a full penny a litre.
Anyway, I collect Airmiles & it's worth it to me to pay the extra 1p

Edited by: "bojangles" 12th Jul 2016
Nut82uk

Absolutely no point (for me) collecting Tesco points anymore now that … Absolutely no point (for me) collecting Tesco points anymore now that they've eradicated boost. I have a Tesco bank account which means I get full points when filling up at the pumps.... This is of course when they actually let you have access to them as they are always out of service at night.The points piled on fast and I used boost to purchase and pre-order all my PS4 games FOC as well as getting other products.I'm now looking at other banks for a better interest rate and other petrol stations for a better deal.Good work Tesco.



I'm sure they are devastated that you will no longer be getting free stuff from them.
Will this count if I do an online shop today for delivery on Friday. Cheers
universe1992

Actually the prices have dropped loads I find Asda are more expensive now … Actually the prices have dropped loads I find Asda are more expensive now plus lidl and aldi are poor quality and smaller sizes to keep price lower so false economy.



I shop monthly and have deliveries from Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury's once per month. I simply buy each item at it's cheapest depending on shop and the savings easily cover the £1 delivery fee from each of the stores. I've been doing this for three years now and the stuff I buy for the month usually comes to around £250 - every single month, without exception at all, the bulk of the order goes to Tesco. Asda/SB usually pick up around 30% between them. My conclusion is that Tesco are cheaper on the majority of items, and for those where their prices are the same, the CC points are more valuable than Nectar or nothing that you get from Asda. If only 1) I trusted Tesco brand match and 2) someone would knock up a website that did this for me, this is a huge gap in the market and someone could make an absolute fortune from it...
snatch_master

I shop monthly and have deliveries from Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury's once … I shop monthly and have deliveries from Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury's once per month. I simply buy each item at it's cheapest depending on shop and the savings easily cover the £1 delivery fee from each of the stores. I've been doing this for three years now and the stuff I buy for the month usually comes to around £250 - every single month, without exception at all, the bulk of the order goes to Tesco. Asda/SB usually pick up around 30% between them. My conclusion is that Tesco are cheaper on the majority of items, and for those where their prices are the same, the CC points are more valuable than Nectar or nothing that you get from Asda. If only 1) I trusted Tesco brand match and 2) someone would knock up a website that did this for me, this is a huge gap in the market and someone could make an absolute fortune from it...



I'm pretty much the same myself, I use 'my supermarket' to compare prices and shop mainly between Sainsburys and Tesco but I do find that Sainsburys fresh meats are better than Tesco. If prices are the same for my cupboard items I go to Tesco as I convert my cc points into miles for flights.
oadbyboy

Try shopping at a quality supermarket like Sainsburys .




Interesting... I bought Sainsburys own brand items and Tescos own brand items. The packaging and prices were different but the batch numbers and products were the same....

Edited by: "JennyComeLately" 12th Jul 2016
kooks65

I'm pretty much the same myself, I use 'my supermarket' to compare prices … I'm pretty much the same myself, I use 'my supermarket' to compare prices and shop mainly between Sainsburys and Tesco but I do find that Sainsburys fresh meats are better than Tesco. If prices are the same for my cupboard items I go to Tesco as I convert my cc points into miles for flights.



Agreed about most of the meat. SB 5% fat 500g mince is better and 70p a pack cheaper. However, the SB 400g diced chicken breast is very poor, Tesco's is only marginally better - I don't know what they do to it. I have to buy bigger pieces and cut them up.
oscarcat

That's a big saving 40%, what are you buying to save so much? I was in … That's a big saving 40%, what are you buying to save so much? I was in Aldi last weekend and didn't find their prices that impressive, many items were just pennies cheaper than other supermarkets. Potatoes, cabbage and strawberries were actually more expensive, in fact the strawberries had jumped up in price from £1.29 the previous week to £1.89 last weekend,the most expensive of all the supermarkets.


So I buy absolutely everything from Aldi, meat for instance 3-4 packs of the 1kg chicken breasts per week, 3 packs of the lean mince think it's 12% fat can't quite remember, couple large chickens, booze is the other main area case of red and case of white usually the 2.99 stuff whereas can't remember last time I was able to get a bottle under £4 in Tesco and I find the dairy much cheaper 500g of grated cheese think it's about 50p bag cheaper n we get through 4 bags a week, so it all adds up, it's fair to say I've not shopped in Tesco for well over a year and I never bought the value stuff usually Tesco own label or the bogof offers and I have heard they have made an effort on price reductions but I won't go back n see as I still feel they bleed me dry and Aldi made life so much more comfortable for my family of 3 teenagers, btw I also get my premium dry dog food from Aldi now switched from Pets at home wainwrights £45 15 kg bag to Aldi 5kg for £6.99 ingredients list is virtually the same
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