Tesco Clubcard Deals - Whats good?

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Found 6th May 2008
Looking for some ideas to use around £70 of tesco deals.
I've already got RAC, and get my magazines cheap on £1 offers.

Cant see anything else worth spending them on looking at the on-line catalogue. I'm actually considering spending the vouchers at face value!

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We use ours to go out for meals. Can't really afford to go out much so it feels really good knowing it isn't costing much.

Go Youth Hostelling.

We are saving up for legoland tickets & will happily buy your clubcards for £85.00 - it would still work out less expensive for us.

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wookiemummy;2046001

We use ours to go out for meals. Can't really afford to go out much so it … We use ours to go out for meals. Can't really afford to go out much so it feels really good knowing it isn't costing much.



Nice idea but I don't really visit those restaurants, more of a fish and chips man.

LJM;2046126

Go Youth Hostelling.



Whatever that is, it sounds like I'm too old for it. I'll get me slippers

d.palm;2046190

We are saving up for legoland tickets & will happily buy your clubcards … We are saving up for legoland tickets & will happily buy your clubcards for £85.00 - it would still work out less expensive for us.



Thanks for the offer, but I've got £70 in deals, not vouchers :thumbsup:. I would actually like to find some use for them in deals

how about £70 towards a night away?? Marriott hotels are usually good and the breakfast is great!

Get vouchers for goldsmiths and treat someone?

You said you like fish and chips - you can get harry ramsden vouchers?

You can also use them towards the cost of an MOT or service.

Yeah the meals are always good - you can't not enjoy a nice evening of dining out! Or how about a nice watch from Goldsmiths

haven holidays if u got kids?

you can go paintballing for about £30

or you could save up for a car

Original Poster

Thanks guys for the replies - Goldsmiths seems like a pretty good way to go.
If not that the only other thing I was thinking about was getting my car serviced at Nationwide Autocenters, although I don't really like my local branch service too much. (MOTs are done strictly at my local council depot, saved me loads)
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