Over the last few weeks we have been looking at ways of earning Clubcard points without having to set foot in a Tesco store (or a virtual foot in tesco.com).
We have already looked at earning Clubcard points with cashback site TopCashback and via petrol or mini-mart purchases at Esso garages. Further articles are on the way.
Today, I want to look at health products.
Every Clubcard holder who is interested in health, nutrition and wellbeing should check out NutriCentre.
NutriCentre is a Tesco owned company retailing what they claim is the largest range of health products in Europe. From vitamins to sport supplements and health foods to beauty products, they claim that you can find everything you need to enhance your lifestyle.
On top of selling great products, the website also offers lots of advice on nutrition and general health. You can for example find out about common conditions, how to make healthy choices or get inspiration from a wide range of recipes.
And whilst you are improving your health, you can also improve your Clubcard points balance. Simply add your Tesco Clubcard number to your account details and start earning 1 point for every £1 you spend at NutriCentre.
Another plus is that there is also no delivery fee on all orders over £25 within the UK.
If you ever visit Holland & Barrett, you will find the NutriCentre product range especially relevant. Whilst Holland & Barrett is a master at confusing pricing and semi-permanent special offers, I got the impression from my own purchases that NutriCentre is cheaper.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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