Get money off your next Tesco Direct shop with two eCoupons

I know that Tesco Clubcard Boost (the last ever) starts on Monday.  This will give you double the face value of your Clubcard vouchers when you buy certain products at Tesco Direct and in-store.

If you were planning on spending your vouchers during this period, these two Tesco Direct discount codes might not be for you. But if the product you want is not part of the Boost event, here is another way of saving some money.

Tesco Direct has released two eCoupons that will save you £10 or £20 depending on how much you are spending.

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To apply the savings to your order fill your basket, go to the checkout, click on ‘add eCoupons’, add the applicable code and £10 or £20 will be taken off your order.

  • To get £10 off when you’re spending over £75 use the code TDX-HTNH
  • To get £20 off when you’re spending over £150 use the code TDX-KPMW

These two codes can be used until 15th May – the day before the new Boost deal starts. Note that Tesco partner sellers are not included – everything you buy must be sold directly by Tesco.

If you had your eye set on something during the Boost promotion, these codes could make you reconsider.  You may be better off paying cash, saving £10 or £20, and using your Clubcard vouchers for a different deal instead.

(If you want to know more about the Clubcard Boost ‘double up’ deal, here is the article I wrote two weeks ago.)

If you want to buy a stroller, pram or pushchair, there is another code that will give you 20% off.

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The code for the buggy is TDX-GHT9 and can be used until 16th May.

The Tesco Direct home page is here if you want to have a poke around …..

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Comments

  1. We have had the Clubcard for many years but only started to use it about 5 years ago. We had made an election to have points automatically transferred to Avios, but I noted that it would have been better to stop this in favour of vouchers. Given the demise of the Clubcard Voucher boost is it worth changing back?

    • Genghis says:

      It’s generally not good to convert automatically to avios. Getting the vouchers and then having optionality over what you spend them on (perhaps electing for an offer on at the time or save them for future offers) has some value. Even with Tesco stopping Boost (the last ever one starts on Mon), I’d still take the vouchers.