Today’s Tesco extra Clubcard points post is about a variety of DVD and Blu-ray players. What they have in common is 250 extra Clubcard points. If you can turn those into £7.50 or more of Boost deals (here is our list of the best Clubcard Boost deals) this is not bad when prices start at just £29.
To be honest a portable DVD-player seems a bit outdated when most of us have a tablet to kill time during long journeys. But for those of us who still buy DVDs (and I certainly do, though not as often as I used to) Tesco Direct is offering the Technika 9″ Portable DVD Player TK9PD14 for £49 and gives us 250 extra Clubcard points until 20th January.
The Philips BDP2110 Blu-ray / DVD Player supports DVDs and Blu-rays in HD and also features upscaling technology to make your old DVDs look better. It costs £39 and comes with 250 extra Clubcard points until 20th January.
Until 24th January you can collect 250 extra Clubcard points with the Sony BDPS1500 Smart Blu-ray/ DVD Player for £49. The player supports internet connectivity through the built-in ethernet port which lets you access streaming services.
At £29 the Samsung DVD-E360 DVD Player is the cheapest player but still comes with 250 extra Clubcard points until 24th January. One feature of this player worth mentioning is the built-in audio ripping which lets you convert CDs into MP3 files. As most newer laptops come without a disk drive this can come in handy.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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