Remember the Tesco home insurance post in March? Tesco Bank had been sending leaflets with grocery orders offering 4000 Clubcard points when taking out home and contents insurance. This offer was until 29th April (that’s still another week if your insurance is up for renewal this month).
Meanwhile another offer has popped up, which is available until 21st June, offering 3000 Clubcard points with the same insurance.
This is 1000 points less than the previous promotion. I do not know if the 4000 Clubcard points code H4000GR is still valid or if the new promotion means the old one has been scrapped, but if you are looking at taking out contents and building insurance this week it’s definitely worth trying the older code first.
Once this code expires, the code H3000GR will at least still get you 3000 Clubcard points.
If you live in a low risk area, this could still be a nice bonus – especially if you can turn those 3000 points into £90+ of Clubcard Boost deals. However, because of the need to take out contents AND buildings insurance, it is no use if you live in a flat where your buildings insurance is arranged centrally. There is no offer for just taking out contents insurance.
On top of that Tesco Bank is promising an additional Clubcard holder discount for new and renewing customers – but obviously when taking out any insurance it is worth shopping around and comparing prices.
Unlike the old H4000GR code, which insisted on telephone buying,H3000GR allows you to buy your insurance online via the Tesco Bank website and still receive the bonus. However, you will lose your bonus if you go to Tesco Bank via a financial comparison site.
Remember that this new deal runs until 21st June, so if your insurance renewal date did not fit with the old offer then hopefully you will have more luck here.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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