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    can anyone advice best use of tesco vouchers ? please

    thought of using for a hol with cosmos , yet it is not the best option , when looking at it !
    help ! have about £350 so not bad , just unsure best way to use them , thnaks for any help !!

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    if you use them with cosmos you have to pay the brochure price with no reductions, works out quite expensive. especially when you see the internet price, best deal i have had is using them is for hilton breaks, or for uk boathire, barges on the canals, this was a fab hol, and well worth the use of the vouchers,, tried to use my vouchers a few months ago with cosmos to book for florida, it was working out more expensive to use them, because there are some good offers , but not for use with the vouchers,

    when you say you have £350, is that £87.50 in vouchers or acutally £350 in vouchers (equalling £1400 in deals)

    If its the latter, then go for the Holiday. It you only have £87 in vouchers, then think carefully as you could get a better/cheaper/more value holiday if paying cash on a last minute deal, then still have all them vouchers to use elsewhere.

    Do you always exchange for deals, or do you spend in store as you can currently double the cost of the vouchers instore then spend on shopping etc iirc

    Original Poster

    maibobs

    if you use them with cosmos you have to pay the brochure price with no … if you use them with cosmos you have to pay the brochure price with no reductions, works out quite expensive. especially when you see the internet price, best deal i have had is using them is for hilton breaks, or for uk boathire, barges on the canals, this was a fab hol, and well worth the use of the vouchers,, tried to use my vouchers a few months ago with cosmos to book for florida, it was working out more expensive to use them, because there are some good offers , but not for use with the vouchers,



    thanks for help , i really fancy the barge hol , , the cosmos hol like you say broucher price , no deals so not really worth doing , thanks for help , looking at feb 1/2 term may try hilton thanks again !

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    Disco

    when you say you have £350, is that £87.50 in vouchers or acutally £350 in … when you say you have £350, is that £87.50 in vouchers or acutally £350 in vouchers (equalling £1400 in deals)If its the latter, then go for the Holiday. It you only have £87 in vouchers, then think carefully as you could get a better/cheaper/more value holiday if paying cash on a last minute deal, then still have all them vouchers to use elsewhere.Do you always exchange for deals, or do you spend in store as you can currently double the cost of the vouchers instore then spend on shopping etc iirc



    yes i have 87.50 vouchers , eqalling £350 , i have never used them before have just put them to one side ,not reaaly knowing what to do with them , now expiry dates are near want to use them , but for what ??

    would like hol or short break for feb 1/2 term .

    thanks for comments !!! what to do with them !!!!

    you can contact Tesco via email and ask them to recredit points to you account so you dont lose out on them. You need to send them back in the post of course.

    We use ours for theme parks, (Drayton Manor in particular, as the cheapest is £19/£22).
    Edited by: "Disco" 23rd Aug 2010

    Why not use them for trips out during a half term, can get various theme parks etc, cinema tickets (I think) restaurants etc

    days out good value, as are the restaurant deals

    Disco

    you can contact Tesco via email and ask them to recredit points to you … you can contact Tesco via email and ask them to recredit points to you account so you dont lose out on them. You need to send them back in the post of course.We use ours for theme parks, (Drayton Manor in particular, as the cheapest is £19/£22).



    My other half has done this loads of times and simply gave them the unique number on the voucher when re-crediting them to your account, thus no need to post them off to them. Maybe your experience has been different from ours?

    anyho we are saving our for a trip to vegas maybe even late next year,using either air-miles or one of the Virgin packages. we also hope to renew our vows in a tacky Vegas wedding chapel. Cant wait.
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