More ink, more Clubcard points.
Yesterday I wrote about Tesco’s 50 extra Clubcard points with Tesco own-brand printer ink offer and mentioned that it wasn’t the best offer.
Now you can get 100 extra Clubcard points with selected HP printer ink and it’s still not the greatest deal. You get more points, but the ink is also more expensive.
Some inks are £1 off. The cheapest ink is the 301 black original ink which costs £7.
Exchanged at 3 x face value the 100 extra Clubcard points are worth £3, so you end up spending just £4 on this cartridge. This is a good deal if your printer needs exactly this ink.
However if you wanted to use this ink offer to bag some extra points by ebaying the products, you should wait until Tesco brings the 200 extra Clubcard points back. The maths don’t add up with just 100 points, at least to my mind.
You also need to consider the minimum spend of £30 for free click and collect to your local store if you want to not end up paying a delivery charge.
There is however one way of making good use of this offer.
If you were looking at buying Electricals included in the ‘save £20 on selected Electricals and Gaming when you spend £150 or more’ offer which ends 7th August, but don’t quite hit the £150 mark, buying some ink might help you reach the minimum spend. These cartridges are also included in this offer.
The code you need to enter at checkout for £20 off is: TDX-KHTX
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