500 Clubcard points with the Kenwood Electric Spiralizer (yes, I know, let me explain ….)

Electric Spiralizer? Sounds a bit odd. BUT it’s one of those new fancy kitchen appliances that is actually pretty cool.

What it does is basically turn everything from vegetables to fruits into spaghetti.  If you want to either reduce your carb intake or increase your vegetable and fruit consumption, this is the kitchen helper you need.  You can add a twist to stir fries, casseroles, soups and more.

The Kenwood Electric Spiralizer costs £49 and you will get 500 extra Clubcard points.

This is a decent price – Amazon wants £49.99 whilst John Lewis wants £49.95.

kenwood electric spiralizer 500 extra clubcard points tesco

Click and Collect delivery is free, or you will pay £3 for delivery to your door.

500 extra Clubcard points will be added until 8th September.  The page to order is here.

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Comments

  1. I’m still none the wiser Anika, but please let me know when you find an icecream maker with bonus points, thanks

    • I’m still waiting for my Hotpoint washing machine to have a points bonus – it had, I think, 3k the day before our holiday last year so I didn’t buy it – it’s been on triple pts and 20% off but no big pts again. It’s amazing to watch the price of one product go up and down on a very regular basis when you watch it over a year !

      • Hi Liz, have you thought about hotpoint clearance store? There are substantial savings available and often you can find discount codes and/or cashback too. You could use the money saved to buy avios in other ways. You just have to monitor the site until they have soething suitable in stock for your needs. My parents got a washer dryer this spring for £305 whilst the best price elsewhere at the time was £629 and the cheapest they have since seen it is £459.

  2. What great timing – a couple of times I very nearly put one of these in the trolley in my local Tesco but kept thinking “do I really want one” – 500 extra clubcard points decided me :) Thanks for the heads up on this!!