Looking for a new hobby? Been inspired by The Great British Sewing Bee?
It does look like this offer is quite popular as currently only three machines are available. These are the cheaper three – if you are looking for a more professional machine you will have to wait to see if they come back.
The cheapest is the Singer 8280 at £69. This is advertised as being ‘£30 off’ and, given that Amazon is asking £99, it seems a genuine discount. Add in 1000 Clubcard points as well and it looks like an impressive package.
If you step up a level, the Singer 2250 electronic sewing machine in white seems like the perfect machine for beginners. It has enough features for a lot of jobs, is still easy enough to operate and costs only £80. As Singer sewing machines are included in Clubcard Boost, you could even get the machine for £40 and by exchanging the 1000 extra Clubcard points at 3x face value end up paying only £10. In comparison Amazon has got the same machine for about £110…
The Singer 3210 simple sewing machine is also aimed at beginners, however it is more expensive at £150. A quick Amazon comparison showed me that you can actually get this machine for only £100 so this is NOT worth getting from Tesco.
You can find the whole list of products on the Tesco website. As the offer is on until 16th of June, there is a chance of the other more expensive machines being back in stock before that date.
Now what was that bit about winning a sewing class about?
Singer is running a competition for everyone who buys a new Singer sewing machine from authorised UK stockists between 27th April and 31st July 2016. Simply visit Singer’s website, enter the details of your purchase and you’ve got the chance of winning a sewing workshop with Patrick Grant, the judge on Sewing Bee.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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