Online tyre company Blackcircles has once again changed the amount of Clubcard points awarded when buying certain tyres. This time Michelin has been added to the 3 x Clubcard points category.
As Blackcircles tends to change the amount of Clubcard points offered per brand on a regular basis it’s worth keeping an eye on their website and buying when the desired tyres are in the top category.
Currently you can earn:
- 3 Clubcard points for every £1 spent at Blackcircles on eligible Avon and Michelin tyres
- 2 Clubcard points for every £1 spent at Blackcircles on eligible Rotalla and Quality Choice tyres
- 1 Clubcard point for every £1 spent at Blackcircles on eligible Dunlop, Goodyear, Kumho, Nokian, Yokohama and Toyo tyres
Blackcircles have fitting agreements with 1,500 garages across the UK, which is why the business model of selling tyres online actually works.
You order your tyres online and can get them delivered to a garage of your choice where they will be fully fitted and your old tyres disposed. The garage will make less money than it would if it was selling you the tyres directly, but it gains extra customers with no marketing effort and does not have to tie up money in tyre stocks.
I wrote in more detail about how to earn Clubcard points with Blackcircles back in January.
Blackcircles is also running two competitions I wanted to mention.
You can win a FIFA 17 1TB Xbox One S Console bundle with Blackcircles and AVON tyres by social media activity including visiting the Blackcircles Facebook page and liking AVON on Twitter.
The rules and terms and conditions can be found on this website.
Customers buying elibible Avon tyres are also being entered in a prize draw to win a £1000 Amazon voucher.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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