Back in January Tesco Direct had a great extra Clubcard points promotion with Beats by Dr Dre headphones. The cheapest were £79 and all came with 1000 extra Clubcard points.
Now there is a new offer. Until 14th April Tesco Direct is giving 1000 or 500 extra Clubcard points with all Beats by Dr Dre headphones.
Today I will look at the 1000 Clubcard points products and tomorrow the 500.
First of all I did a quick Amazon price check and found that, though some colours were cheaper over there, most of the headphones are still a good deal at Tesco Direct.
The Beats Solo 2 on-ear headphones for example come in 6 different colours. Tesco Direct has got all of them for £135. Amazon is selling the grey and red headphones for £135, the blue and white for £115 and the pink and black versions for £107. Keeping in mind that 1000 Clubcard points can be exchanged at 3x face value and turn into £30 even the blue and pink ones are just about justified when in need of extra Clubcard points.
The Beats Solo 2 Luxe edition in red and blue cost £139 at Tesco and £129 on Amazon. As this is a difference of just £10, the 1 x face value of 1000 Clubcard points, it’s still a good deal.
The Beats by Dr. Dre Powerbeats 2 Active Collection Wireless In-Ear Headphones in siren red have been reduced by £20 since the last promotion and cost now £149. However Amazon has also gone down with the price and is selling them for £117. I reckon Tesco should have gone a bit further down with the price or added more Clubcard points.
As always you can find the whole list of headphones on the Tesco website. The 1000 extra Clubcard points will be added if you order before 14th April.
Tomorrow I will take a look at the pick of the ‘500 bonus points’ selection.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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