Exact date to use £16m worth of Tesco Clubcard points or risk losing them11/07/2023
Shoppers have just weeks left to use their Tesco Clubcard points.
The supermarket chain warned there are £16million worth of points due to expire after November 30. First issued in November 2021, the points must be redeemed within two years.
Customers can use Clubcard vouchers in-store or online to save money on their food shop. If you use your vouchers for every Tesco shop, a whopping 150 points can be changed to £1.50.
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The vouchers can also be used to cut the cost of petrol and even be doubled in value to spend at over 100 reward partners including Pizza Express.
You can also swap your vouchers for money off your Tesco mobile bill.
Emma Botton, Tesco Group customer director, said: "We want to help customers' household budgets stretch further right now and Clubcard is the best way to get great value with Tesco.
"With more than £16m worth of Clubcard vouchers due to expire at the end of November, we're reminding customers to spend them now – or even use them to get ahead with some early Christmas shopping."
You can check your Clubcard points in the app. Just head to your account and select statements. Tesco's Clubcard scheme allows shoppers to earn points as they shop.
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These points can then be turned into vouchers for money off food or other reward partners schemes. Each time you spend £1 in-store and online, you get one point when you scan your card or app.
Drivers using Clubcards now get one point for every two litres spent on fuel. It's worth remembering you need a minimum of 150 points to request a voucher.
These Clubcard prices save the average member £351 on their annual shop, according to supermarket giant Tesco.
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