LivingSocial no longer a Tesco Clubcard earning partner

Very quietly, with no mention on tesco.com or social media, LivingSocial and Tesco have ended their partnership. This means you no longer earn Clubcard points when making an eligible purchase on LivingSocial.

The only notice to be found is in their FAQs:

living social faq

Following a pilot scheme in Sheffield in 2012, Tesco and LivingSocial had partnered up in April 2013 with Clubcard holders earning 1 point for every £1 spent on LivingSocial.  As of yesterday this partnership no longer exists.

LivingSocial, if you’ve not heard of it before, is a marketplace (comparable with Groupon in case you are more familiar with this website) where you can get great deals on theatre tickets, restaurants, hotel stays and more.

As unfortunate as this departure might seem, there are still lots of other non-Tesco partners where you can earn Clubcard points.  For example Esso, where you receive Clubcard points when buying fuel or goods in most attached stores or NutriCentre (which I will cover next week).

Every Shopper Points reader should also sign up with cashback site TopCashback.  Rob explained why TopCashback is such an easy way to earn Clubcard points in this article.

The full list of third-party Clubcard partners – minus LivingSocial – can be found on the Tesco Clubcard partner website.

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Comments

  1. Was this offer really any good in the first place?

    • As with all the partner deals, it was a decent little extra if buying anyway – worth 3% or so of spend via a decent Boost deal.