You can still get a 20% discount when purchasing certain gift cards at Tesco if you buy them before tomorrow (14th February). This is a good way of saving money elsewhere whilst receiving Clubcard points, so it worth thinking about popping some into your basket if you are heading to the supermarket today.
Included in the offer are the following cards:
- iTunes £25 Gift Card and Digital Gift Card
- H&M £20 Gift Card
- Pizza Express £20 Gift Card and Digital Gift Card
- Spafinder £25 Gift Card and Digital Gift Card
This offer is available via two routes. You can visit your nearest large Tesco store or you can order via the Tesco gift card store online. Online you can order either a plastic gift card for delivery – which means you pay postage – or for Pizza Express, iTunes and Spafinder receive a code by email.
As always, you will receive 150 Clubcard points when you spend £50 on gift cards excluding Tesco own-brand gift cards (which includes F+F and other Tesco brands). This offer has been running for three years now and shows no signs of ending, even though it is rarely promoted in stores.
How does the offer work?
This is how the ‘150 Clubcard points for spending £50 on gift cards’ offer works:
You need to spend £50 after deducting the 20% saving (assuming you buy any of the four cards above)
You will receive 150 points per £50, so a £100 purchase will earn you 300 Clubcard points
You do not receive base Clubcard points on gift card purchases – if you buy a £20 gift card on its own, you do not earn 20 Clubcard points. You receive nothing.
If you buy in-store, the 150 free points are added at check-out. If you order online, the points do not show on your receipt but will be added a few weeks later.
If you are a regular user of any of these four brands, this is an offer well worth considering.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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