(Yes, I was also shocked that it’s Easter already and that Tesco assumes we generally give gift cards to our loved ones … let’s hope early Easter equals early Spring and that anyone you give these cards too wasn’t secretly hoping for a massive chocolate egg instead.)
Until 27th March you get 10% off a £15 iTunes gift card, 15% off £25 and £50 and 20% off £100.
I couldn’t find any information on the website whether or not this is an online only offer, but I assume that the cards are also on sale in store – this is usually the case.
As always, you will also receive 150 Clubcard points when you spend £50 on gift cards. This offer has been running for a few years now and shows no signs of ending, even though it is rarely promoted in stores. It does not onclude Tesco own-brand gift cards like F+F and other Tesco brands.
How does this offer work?
You need to spend £50 after deducting the saving – that means buying the £50 iTunes card alone won’t get you the 150 Clubcard points as it only costs £42.50
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 spend under £50, you won’t receive any Clubcard points at all.
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.
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