Pay your Next bill using Next gift cards purchased from Tesco and for every £50 gift card you will earn £1.50 in Clubcard points that may be converted into £6 on some deals
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Pay your Next bill using Next gift cards purchased from Tesco and for every £50 gift card you will earn £1.50 in Clubcard points that may be converted into £6 on some deals

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Found 18th Jan 2016
Next bills may have already or be about to be hitting customers who may also have taken advantage of their recent sales.

For anyone not already aware, you can pay your bills online at Next.co.uk and can also use gift cards to pay.

Tesco sell Next gift cards so you can get the equivalent of £1.50 back in Clubcard points too on a £50 spend on Next gift cards, which may be doubled up etc to get even more back. May also use a cashback credit card to purchase the gift cards from Tesco, e.g. Santander 123 credit card gives 1% back on supermarket purchases. Other cashback credit cards may earn more than this and there may also be incentives on some people's accounts.

Hope this helps someone.
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Makes sense here, even though I don't have a Next account.

Edited by: "y-oh-y" 18th Jan 2016
Smart... heat added
I do this every month now and my Tesco points have rocketed....well worth doing.
Thanks. I didn't realise you got Clubcard points on gift cards
I'm gonna ask a totally stupid question- do you get the Next gift cards in Tesco store as they don't mention them online xx
Is this instore only?
MyCherubsandPoodle

I'm gonna ask a totally stupid question- do you get the Next gift cards … I'm gonna ask a totally stupid question- do you get the Next gift cards in Tesco store as they don't mention them online xx



Haha, great minds think alike!
or buy them from morrisons and get 1p litre off fuel per £10
Someone just posted saying you don't get points on gift cards but they have deleted their comment as you do.

Do I get Clubcard points when I buy a branded Gift Card?


150 Clubcard points awarded when you spend £50 in a single transaction on selected branded gift cards, excluding Tesco Gift Cards, xbox gift cards, F&F gift cards and blinkbox gift cards. Points will appear on a future Clubcard Statement. The Clubcard Scheme is administered by Tesco Stores who are responsible for fulfilling points.

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who would want to pay a bill with gift cards?
smugjojo

who would want to pay a bill with gift cards?



The people who want to get extra clubcard points (_;)
smugjojo

who would want to pay a bill with gift cards?



Asked my mrs this just before I read your comment. She said it would be more hassle than it is worth. To me 3% is 3% (possibly equating to 12%) but ... I dunno. I has nuffin to do with such things. I'm only a man, not allowed monies.
If this applied to my next heating bill I'd be voting hot.
Noooooo when everyone does this they will find a reason to stop it....shhhhh
I love this deal - well spotted!
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plaquey

Haha, great minds think alike!


Not a stupid question at all. I have a Tesco nearby so always buy them in store. Honestly not sure if you can get them online.
Cackles

Asked my mrs this just before I read your comment. She said it would be … Asked my mrs this just before I read your comment. She said it would be more hassle than it is worth. To me 3% is 3% (possibly equating to 12%) but ... I dunno. I has nuffin to do with such things. I'm only a man, not allowed monies.



I suppose if you are about to buy £2000 of homewares from Next, you could then spend £240 in Pizza Express at Tesco's expense.
Edited by: "snatch_master" 18th Jan 2016
Hot. I have always bought Next gift cards from Morrisons with a points credit card. Yes may soud like a hassle but I save a fair bit on petrol plus get point on my credit card.

I prefer this method though. LOVE my clubcard points especially when clubcard boost comes around.

Thanks OP
That's great thanks I know I have a £200 next bill coming my way early Feb (_;) so that's £6 of points or £24 towards restaurant vouchers
Edited by: "Bargainhunteree" 20th Jan 2016
how is this different from getting the gift cards before u buy, pocketing 150 points as well and just using gift card?
that's brilliant cheers
seanmoran374

how is this different from getting the gift cards before u buy, pocketing … how is this different from getting the gift cards before u buy, pocketing 150 points as well and just using gift card?


The same as the difference between buying on a debit card and buying on a credit card (then paying off in full). There are advantages to both ways.
Of course to have a Next bill, you've already paid for the book and for delivery. Would have been cheaper to get the items from a shop.
ro53ben

Of course to have a Next bill, you've already paid for the book and for … Of course to have a Next bill, you've already paid for the book and for delivery. Would have been cheaper to get the items from a shop.



They have a card now so you can buy in-store on account, so no delivery costs at least!
You're not obliged to have a catalogue (I don't) just as you're not obliged to pay for delivery. My local next is next to my local tesco so I collect any items when I do my food shopping. And I always pay my Next bill with gift cards when extra points are available, £30 return on a bill I have to pay anyway? What's not to like!!
You're not obliged to have a catalogue (I don't) just as you're not obliged to pay for delivery. My local next is next to my local tesco so I collect any items when I do my food shopping. And I always pay my Next bill with gift cards when extra points are available, £30 return on a bill I have to pay anyway? What's not to like!!
seanmoran374

how is this different from getting the gift cards before u buy, pocketing … how is this different from getting the gift cards before u buy, pocketing 150 points as well and just using gift card?



Exactly....apply the same logic to B&Q, Pizza Hut, Cineworld and everywhere else you normally buy from and you end up with a stack of CC points. They will soon stop it as more and more folk cotton on.
Another option is to use Zeek, I bought a table from Next for £400, bought 4 x £100 Next gift cards instantly for £95, cheeky wee £20 saving!
ro53ben

Of course to have a Next bill, you've already paid for the book and for … Of course to have a Next bill, you've already paid for the book and for delivery. Would have been cheaper to get the items from a shop.



Not necessarily you don't have to have a directory when you register. Call them and cancel it.

Also free delivery to stores
Steeljedi

Another option is to use Zeek, I bought a table from Next for £400, … Another option is to use Zeek, I bought a table from Next for £400, bought 4 x £100 Next gift cards instantly for £95, cheeky wee £20 saving!



Just make sure your gift cards are valid. I've heard people saying they received the gift cards but they'd already been used!
Haven't had a catalogue for years. Still get the VIP sale slot.

Anyone any ideas how you get the 25% off preview sale event?
Steeljedi

Another option is to use Zeek, I bought a table from Next for £400, … Another option is to use Zeek, I bought a table from Next for £400, bought 4 x £100 Next gift cards instantly for £95, cheeky wee £20 saving!


£95 each?
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£95 each?



Yea
what type of bills can you pay at Next.co.uk ?
Council tax?
Is this deal still available? I can't find Next giftcards online, and i can't find info about the extra points on giftcards either. Thanks
Yes I got £50 Next gift card last week and still got 150 extra points.
buyitall

Is this deal still available? I can't find Next giftcards online, and i … Is this deal still available? I can't find Next giftcards online, and i can't find info about the extra points on giftcards either. Thanks



By the way I got mine in store.
Thanks, will have a look instore later.
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