500 extra Clubcard points with a Samsung microwave oven

To be honest I’m not the biggest fan of microwaves and try to avoid blasting my food. But every now and then I do appreciate how quick a microwave can heat up yesterday’s coffee ……. no judging please.

This is probably the reason that I had never heard of a combination microwave oven before either, but you learn something new every day doing this job!

Tesco Direct is selling this Samsung MC28H5013AK Combination Microwave Oven, 28L in black that microwaves your food, helps you bake bread and – apparently – has a yoghurt making function as well!

On top of that there are 500 extra Clubcard points included when you buy one for £135.84 by 7th November.

 

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The idea of this combination microwave oven sounds exciting so please let me know if you’ve got one and tell me if I can really make yoghurt with it – and exactly how that would work …..

Currys wants £170 and Argos is asking £150 for this microwave so you are already getting a good deal from Tesco Direct even before you factor in the value of the 500 Clubcard points.  Full details are here.

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Comments

  1. Anika – it’s great the articles now analyse whether such offers are good deals or not. Keep up the good work!

    • There are however other microwave models available which are significantly cheaper but offer similar features/specifications etc.

      I very often find Tesco not competitive at all..Curry’s or Argos neither. Thorough research most times finds less pricey options.

  2. I’ve had a combination microwave for years. In the dim and distant days when I lived in a tiny house with an aging gas cooker in the cellar, it was the best thing evah!

    If you want to make yoghurt, don’t bother with a microwave, get one of these https://www.amazon.co.uk/EasiYo-Easiyo-Yogurt-Maker/dp/B009HW61BO but don’t bother with their packaged starters, just use a bit of live yoghurt, a tablespoon of milk powder and fill it up with UHT milk. Works like a charm, but no clubcard points.

  3. I have one but I use it as either an oven or a microwave. It is very rare of me to use the combination function.