For a few years, Tesco and Esso have been working together with Tesco now running most of the convenience stores attached to Esso garages. As well as earning Clubcard points when buying things in the store you also receive Clubcard points on fuel.
And you even earn Clubcard points when buying fuel at Esso garages that do NOT have a Tesco store attached.
As not all Esso garages have a Tesco store attached and it can look a little bit confusing at first, here’s a short summary of what to earn where:
1 point for every £3 spent on petrol and diesel at Esso garage WITH a Tesco shop
1 point for every 2L of petrol and diesel at participating Esso garages WITHOUT a Tesco shop
1 point for every £1 spent in the attached Tesco store
You also might get 1 point per £1 at an attached Esso shop that is NOT Tesco, however this is not guaranteed – it is up to each garage to decide
Until 31th January you will receive double Clubcard points on Esso Synergy Supreme+ premium fuels. If you’ve thought about trying Supreme+ Diesel or Unleaded Petrol (or someone else reimburses your fuel bill!) now is a good time to do so.
Esso Synergy Supreme+ Diesel and Synergy Supreme+ Unleaded Petrol contain twice the detergent additive of regular Esso Synergy Diesel and Synergy Unleaded Petrol, which apparently helps giving a deeper clean of your fuel injectors and therefore promises better engine performance. You can read more about the advantages here: Esso Synergy Supreme+ Diesel and Synergy Supreme+ Unleaded Petrol
There isn’t much about the Esso / Clubcard relationship on the Tesco website as you can see here and you will need to visit the Esso website in order to find out more.Want to earn more Clubcard or Nectar points? Click here to visit the Shopper Points home page for the latest news and offers. Come back every day for new deals or join our email list.
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