Get 1000 extra Clubcard points with cameras and lenses

Happy New Year!!! May 2016 be the best year yet!

If one of your new year’s resolutions is to ditch the mobile phone camera and buy a proper camera, you should have a look at Tesco Direct’s ‘1000 extra Clubcard points on selected cameras‘ deal. (This offer ends on 4th January.)

The promotion focuses mainly on Fuji cameras and lenses but there’s also one Canon camera with 1000 extra Clubcard points.

Not all of these deals are great value at Tesco, however, so you need to choose carefully.

First on the list is the Fuji XP80 Tough Digital Camera with 16.4MP CMOS Sensor, 5x Optical Zoom and Wi-Fi for £129. This seems like a good price for a camera that is waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof and dustproof, but you can get this camera on Amazon for only £99.

1000 extra Tesco Clubcard points Fuji XPThe Fuji X30 for £283 is available in silver or black. This camera has 12MP, 4x Optical Zoom, 3″ LCD Screen and takes videos in full HD. On Amazon the black version costs the same and the silver one £320. Definitely worth buying this camera from Tesco to pick up the 1000 extra Clubcard points.

1000 extra Clubcard points Fuji X30

The Fuji X-A2 Compact System Camera with 16.3MP, 16-50mm lens kit for £338 takes taking selfies to a whole new level as the screen flips up 175 degrees. If this is the one you want, you should give the 1000 Clubcard points a miss and head to Amazon where you can get the camera for £299.

1000 extra Clubcard points Fuji XA2

At £549 the Fuji X-T10 Compact System Camera with 16Mp CMOS Sensor and 16-50mm Lens Kit is slightly cheaper at Tesco Direct than on Amazon (£560) or Currys (£570).

1000 extra Clubcard points Fuji XT10

The Fuji X-Pro 1 Compact System Digital Camera with two lenses (18mm and 27mm), is a good example for how important it is to compare prices.  The camera costs £648 at Tesco – The same bundle is available on Amazon for £550 and at John Lewis for £500.

1000 extra Tesco Clubcard points Fuji X-Pro1Now to the lenses.  The Fuji XC-16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS Lens in silver or black is £285 at Tesco Direct. The black version costs the same on Amazon and the silver one £327 on Amazon.

Both Fuji XF lenses are among others suitable for the Fuji X-Pro 1 camera but like the camera itself the price for the lenses is noticeable better on Amazon and Currys.

You will receive 1000 extra Clubcard points with all the above cameras and lenses if you order before 4th January.

Until 10th January you get 1000 extra Clubcard points when buying the Canon EOS 1200D Digital SLR Camera, Black, 18MP, 3inch LCD Screen with 18-55 Lens (EF-M). Tesco’s price of £259 is quite good as the camera is £269 at Curry’s and £280 at Argos. However you can get the camera with an EF-S lens on Amazon for £244 (The difference is that EF-S lenses are usually slightly bigger and heavier than EF-M lenses for the same specifications).

1000 extra Tesco clubcard points Canon Eos 1200D

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Comments

  1. Great looking article, glad it replaces the first day article stuck on the home page.
    Wishing Shopper Points as much success in 2016 as HFP.

  2. Obviously this isn’t a camera site which is why you compare with the usual suspects (Amazon etc.), but for people on the look out for camera deals I’ve found this site useful for making sure that a camera is a good deal: http://www.camerapricebuster.co.uk/