Every time Sainsbury's or Tesco send me short-dated goods, I just get onto their Customer service via Twitter and upload photos with the order number and they send me a voucher to cover the cost of the item - which I use on the next order.
Be careful ordering electronic stuff from Tesco. I once ordered an Xbox 360 and they sent me 360 egg boxes.
Most of the Switch games seem to be £39, £1 off the promo threshold. Typical trying to make you buy more to get a promo.
Cheaper if u shop around for games (even if u using tesco £5 of £10) also very little selection of games u after buy atleast 2 overprice games to qualify of a tenner off inc clubcard or non not cheaper. £10 off a £300+ tv, a microwave to concider. Cold 4 me (annoyed)
Response to the pandemic they spend a massive £892m in the UK alone to make the necessary investments to ensure safety measure.
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I really like Drambuie. To me, Glayva tastes like some kind of cough medicine. I find it unpleasant. So to each their own!
Drambuie is one of my fav drinks and Glayva is a lot like Drambuie, albeit to my taste buds it is somewhat sweeter and lighter. Definately worth giving it a go at this price if you like Drambuie, especially if you get another 10% off with a bimonthly clubcard big shop.
This is it's own distinctive drink. I find Drambuie too sweet (I have to use scotch as a mixer for it) but this is perfect for me.
I have seen this a few times and wondered about it. Is it anything like Drambuie or is it it's own distinctive drink?
Good deal my favourite tipple
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So that they can have a similar product without contributing to animal suffering or contribute to the environmental impacts of meat. It’s not a hard concept. People don’t tend to be vegan because they don’t like the taste of meat. It amazes me people still struggle with this. Read something other than hukd and the sun once in a while (lol)
This one is for vegans loving meat but being ashamed of it. If you dont like meat - why would you eat food named just like the one with meat? Shame?
You’ll have to post when you find them
Sacrilege! They're the best bit :D
Only if they leave off the pickles (lol)
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Not working for me. And yes I do have it in my basket.
I have been drinking sugar free for 5 years though drink sugared now and again, my stomach issues have gone through the roof and since last year been told I am borderline diabetic, GP asked if I drink alcohol or energy drinks, I said no (as for both its once every 2 or 3 months maximum and like 1 drink) to explain the high levels, I do admit I eat chocolate and gummy sweets though in phases but until last year my blood sugar was always dead in the middle even when I was drinking 2 litres a day of sugary drink.
Coke does a better job than WD-40. :)
Idiots who try to convince themselves they're making a 'healthy' choice...
No good for diabetics. The same as most fizzy drinks. It contains sodium citrate which is not good for anyone with health issues including diabetes. In fact, drinking a lot of cabonated drinks is no good for anyone.
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You need the anti hair wrap models! The corded upright version is the NZ801UKT currently £199 on the shark website and it’s worth the extra £50 brilliant vacuum it is!
I had this hoover and it was the worst purchase I ever made. Sometimes I couldn't even move it, like it was glued to the floor. It didn't pick up well either. Was loud like a jet plane. Thank goodness Amazon took it back.
From what I understand its not as good as other models. The one with 80ukt in the name is probably the one you need like myself. There's some refurbished ones on ebay ao for around £150ish
Does anyone have this model? Is it good for picking up women's hair from the carpet without the need to keep cutting it off the roller (as per my current Vax model)!!
I suppose this is good if you local and you want to pick up instore
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The lidl bbq ones are FAR superior to the popchips branded ones. Almost no flavouring on these ones
These used to have a lot of flavour in them before, in fact you could actually see it on the colour of the crisps. Now they're a bit tasteless.
Bought them in all flavours apart from sour cream! ;)
Love the BBQ flavour. Offer price always used to be 90p but £1 seems to be the 'new normal' offer price. Heat from me 8)
Lidl's pop crisps are decent at 79p. I've never seen the BBQ flavour in my locals but Salt and vin are very moorish but occasionally had a bad batch with too much seasoning, my lips shriveled up (horror) I believe Aldi do an equivalent as well.
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How to Redeem Vouchers at Tesco.com
You can find a whole range of eVouchers, discount codes and promotions online, such as those collected at HotUKDeals, that you can use when shopping online with Tesco at www.tesco.com. Claiming a code is simple:
Do your shopping, add your products to your basket and proceed to checkout.
Enter your details and choose a delivery option before you´ll come to the “Payment“ stage.
You'll see a box where you can enter “Clubcard vouchers or eCoupons“.
Press “Use code“ and the associated discount will be applied to your bill.
You can use a gift card in-store or online. If you do it online, simply type in the code during the checkout process. You'll see your available balance on your receipt or go to www.giftcards.tesco.com. To use a Tesco gift card online, you must be aged 18 or over. Gift cards may not be exchanged for cash or credit and the card is valid for five years from the date of purchase or date of last use.
Tesco Deals: Save Money at One of the Biggest Grocery and Merchandise Retailers
Tesco was founded in 1919 by Jack Cohen, the son of Polish Jewish immigrants. At first, the company sold war-surplus groceries from a market stall in Hackney, East London. Ten years later, the first Tesco store was opened in Edgware, Middlesex.
Tesco grew steadily and was floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1947. Through the 1980s and 90s growth became much more rapid. The 21st century has seen Tesco continuing to diversify. Today, the company is the grocery retail market leader in not just the UK, but also Ireland, Hungary, Thailand, and Malaysia with business interests in many more countries.
In 2019, Tesco won 1st place at the hotukdeals Retailer Awards in the GROCERIES.
Tesco Store Finder and Online Shop
Tesco has a range of operations in the UK which it divides into five strands, differentiated by the range of products sold and the size of the store. The main five are: Tesco Superstores, Tesco Metro, Tesco Express, Tesco Extra and One Stop. There are also many subsidiaries such as Dobbie's Garden Centres, Tesco Bank, petrol stations and Tesco Mobile.
Tesco remains at its heart a bricks and mortar retailer, and the vast majority of purchases take place at its range of stores. These stores come in a few different varieties. The largest locations are known as Tesco Extra, while the bulk of their stores are classed as Tesco Supermarkets. Below that in size comes Tesco Metro, followed by over 600 One-Stop grocery stores (where prices tend to be slightly higher, so watch out). In total, Tesco operates more than 6,000 sites in the UK, and you can find the closest one to you by using their Store locator tool.
Tesco's online shop can be found at www.tesco.com and it offers a variety of goods and services.
Product Range and Top Brands from Tesco
Tesco.com acts as a portal to all of Tesco's UK services and the homepage is divided into several categories, each with further subcategories.
Groceries – Everything you would shop for in the supermarket, available online including food, drinks, and household goods.
Tesco Direct – This is subdivided into different categories of non-everyday items sold by Tesco including Technology & Gaming (PS4, Xbox One), Home, Garden, Health & Beauty and Baby & Toddler.
F&F Clothing – Affordable clothes and fashion for all the family.
Tesco Clubcard – Accrue rewards on all the items you buy through Tesco.
Tesco Bank– This covers all Tesco's financial services including current accounts, credit cards, loans, insurance and more.
Wine by the Case – For great deals on great wines.
Tesco Mobile - A one-stop shop for pay-as-you-go and contracted mobile phone services as well as phone accessories.
What Kind of Products do Tesco Sell?
Tesco's USP is their wide and affordable product range, which is continually being updated. This quick list gives an idea of how vast their product selection is:
Food and drink – Features fresh fruit and veg, frozen food, canned food, confectionery, cheese, eggs, dairy, baking goods, bread, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, world foods, spices and herbs, whole foods, pasta, desserts, salads and much more.
Household essentials – Features cleaning products, sanitary products, cosmetics, shampoos, soft furnishings, baby items, pet food and litter.
Toys, sports and leisure – Includes all kinds of toy, sporting equipment, items for motorists, fitness clothing, camping equipment, bikes and cycling accessories.
Misc – Includes everything from bestselling books, baby food and party plates to cosmetics and gardening tools.
Along with those basic categories, Tesco also run some separate divisions which may be of interest. We'll look at Tesco Mobile and their banking arms a little later, but it's worth pointing out services like Tesco Health & Wellbeing (which showcases recipes and health advice), as well as Tesco Photo (who process your images, helping you to create gifts and albums).
Tesco Deals and Discounts
There are many special offers and deals available through Tesco Online. There are so many products with savings that Tesco divides them into further categories:
Buy one get one free
You'll find a frequently updated array of different groceries and products on offer and get an overview of the Tesco offers this week. The company also offers customers a Brand Guarantee. If you can find your branded grocery shop of 10 or more products cheaper elsewhere, Tesco will take the money off your bill.
Black Friday Deals at Tesco
Tesco has joined other British retailers in taking place in the Black Friday sales at the end of November. They offer great discounts on televisions, gaming consoles (like the Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch), phones, laptops, tablets and more. Buying during these sales is a great way to pick up a Christmas gift for less or simply to treat yourself to an item you've had your eye on the whole year. All of Tesco's Black Friday deals will be listed on this page, so come back at the end of November to potentially make big savings.
The Tesco Clubcard Loyalty Scheme
Tesco Clubcard is another great way to access exclusive deals and discounts. It requires signing up, and afterwards you just scan your Clubcard after you shop, or type the number in during the online process and you'll be given points. Once you've collected 150 points, you'll begin receiving vouchers along with your Clubcard statement.
These vouchers are the core of the Clubcard scheme. As you shop with Tesco, you accumulate Clubcard points which can be exchanged for vouchers at Tesco or many other prominent UK brands. Tesco will send you through any vouchers you qualify for four times per year. They can then be used online or in person for up to two years. Remember that: many people store them for safe keeping, only to find that their Clubcard vouchers have expired.
Exclusive Deals and Discounts With the Tesco Clubcard
Some deals are exclusive with the Tesco Clubcard. Make sure to check out our listing so you don't miss out on any of these exclusive deal.
Ordering Products from Tesco.com
To shop at tesco.com you need to register your details. It's a simple process which requires just an e-mail address, password, your postcode and Clubcard number if you have one.
Once you've registered, the online shopping experience is simple. You just choose a delivery slot time, buy your items and then checkout.
Accepted Payment Methods at Tesco Online
There are various payment options available to Tesco online customers. The following cards are accepted forms of payment: MasterCard, Visa Credit, Visa Debit, American Express Maestro and Clubcard Plus (Visa Electron is not accepted). Clubcard vouchers, eCoupons, and Tesco Gift Cards are also accepted online.
For enhanced security, Tesco uses the VbV (Verified by Visa) security programme, MasterCard's SecureCode system and SafeKey from American Express.
Delivery with Tesco
Tesco offers online customers home delivery beginning at £1 for selected time slots when you spend £40 or more. For orders under £40, minimum basket charges apply.
Tesco also offers a Delivery Saver service. This is a programme designed to save online customers money on home deliveries. There are various plans that customers can sign up to, depending on their personal needs and shopping habits.
Refunds and Returns
If Tesco cannot deliver a product that you've paid for, you'll be refunded in full the cost of that product. Should you need to return a faulty or expired product, you can contact the customer services team on 0800 3234050 (or 0330 1234050 from a mobile), and a team member will assist you. If you report it within 30 days of receipt of goods, you are entitled to a refund. After that time, you may be offered a replacement or partial refund.
If you've changed your mind, the 30 day period still applies, though there are various exceptions to this depending on the type of product.
In order to return a product to Tesco, the items can be taken directly back to a store, sent by post or sent by courier, depending on what the product is.
In store – Bring the product and proof of purchase to a Tesco store, along with any packaging, tags, labels etc. that you have. You can then choose either a refund or exchange the product for something else.
Courier – For large items, or items that came by courier, collection can be arranged with the customer service team on 0800 3234050. Tesco will then arrange for a refund to be made in the same way that the product was paid for.
Post – Items such as books and entertainment good that came by post must be returned by post. You'll find a free returns label inside your order.
Tesco Newsletter, Social Media, and Apps
To benefit from even more savings, you can sign up for Tesco's weekly newsletter. Sent straight to your inbox, the newsletter gives customers access to a range of great deals.
There are also even more deals, discounts, and offers on Tesco's various social media channels.