Time to get over the fact that Tesco doesn’t want to give us Clubcard points with gift card purchases any longer and move on ……!
If you still want to get a discount on your shopping by purchasing gift cards at less than face value, I want to introduce Zeek.
Zeek has got nothing to do with Tesco and doesn’t offer Clubcard, Nectar nor any other loyalty points.
However, it’s a platform where you can buy and sell gift cards, helping you save money and turning unwanted gift cards into cash.
How does it work?
Let’s say your mum gave you a Cafe Rouge gift card for your birthday, but you want to have pizza. Instead of putting your gift card in your drawer for whenever you might feel like having French breakfast – and then forgetting about it leading to the gift card expiring – you can take your Cafe Rouge gift card and stick it on Zeek.
You will get some money for it and can then use this money to buy a discounted ASK ITALIAN gift card instead, or simply withdraw the cash to your bank account.
You need to create a Zeek account with your email, Facebook or Google account before buying or selling gift cards. You will need to verify your phone number before your account is opened.
You can set your own price as long as it’s at least 10% off the face value.
You will be charged a processing fee of 7% with a minimum fee of £3.
On the buy a gift card page you can find a list of all available gift cards. You can choose between in-store and online cards as well as whether you want a printable voucher, physical gift card or eGift card.
Refer a friend
If you find Zeek useful, it is easy to refer your friends and pick up £5 each after their first purchase using your promo code.
You can find out more about ZEEK here. Bear it in mind if you receive some dubious gift cards over Christmas!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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