This Sunday (15th January) is the last day you can get 100 Clubcard points when using the PayQwiq app to pay for your Tesco shopping.
PayQwiq is, basically, Apple Pay with a bigger transaction limit (£250)! And you don’t need an Apple phone.
You can ONLY use this app for paying for shopping in Tesco stores and currently around 1,300 shops throughout the UK accept this payment form.
These 1,300 shops are in fairly tight geographic areas so you will either lots of shops, or no shops at all, in your town.
How does it work?
You install the PayQwiq app on your smartphone (Android or Apple)
You link your Clubcard number and one or more credit cards to PayQwiq
When in a participating Tesco store, you pay by scanning a barcode in the PayQwiq app. This automatically credits your Clubcard account with the relevant points and charges your linked credit card for the purchase.
There is no additional cost, or saving, to paying with cash or a credit card.
Get 500 Clubcard points for giving PayQwiq a try
Tesco is currently offering an extra 100 Clubcard points with each of your first 5 PayQwiq transactions as the Tesco Payqwiq site explains. However this offer expires on 15th January 2017!
This means you have less than a week to collect a couple of bonus Clubcard points.
The only two bits of small print you need to remember are:
- you must keep the app installed for 14 days
- the 100 bonus points for each of your first five transactions will be added in arrears
If you want to give PayQwiq a go, take a look at the details of this offer online, download the app and find a Tesco store near you that accepts PayQwiq. There is no minimum transaction – I have seen reports of people who have bought items for under £1 and still received the bonus.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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