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Coupon for 120 bonus Clubcard points on HALF PRICE Hawaiian Tropic sun care

The June 2016 edition of the Tesco magazine, with a Pimm’s layer cake on the cover, is now available for free in your nearest store.

It is surprisingly rare to see any Clubcard coupons in the magazine but this month there is one.

On page 3, there is a coupon for 120 Clubcard points with any purchase of Hawaiian Tropic Protective Oil, After Sun and Sun Lotion.

The coupon is valid until 19th July.

Hawaiian Tropic bonus Tesco Clubcard points

Even better, Hawaiian Tropic sun products are ‘two for £12’ under 4th July.  This is a 50% discount in most cases.

Click here to take a look at what is available at Tesco Grocery, although you cannot get the bonus points by ordering online as the coupon is only valid in store.

None of these products are worth buying just for the points, but getting some half price sun products (which is what ‘2 for £12’ works out at) plus 120 Clubcard points is certainly worth a look.

It isn’t clear if you could get away with using two coupons when buying two Hawaiian Tropic products at once, assuming you could get your hands on two Tesco magazines ….

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  1. Comparing half decent sun creams available and price I found this range ok, time to stock up and bonus points.

  2. I think in fairness this offer is fairly good if you genuinly want sun cream.

  3. Interesting story about sun cream. A long time time ago, in my City days, I had a meeting with a big pharma chain not called Boots. They had recently been forced to massively increase the price of their new, highly efficient, sun cream own label because no one bought it. The public refused to buy very cheap sun cream because they assumed it must be rubbish if it was 75 per cent cheaper than big brands – when actually it was perfectly fine but just being sold for modest profit.

  4. For the third year running, a Hawaiian Tropic sun cream has failed Which? tests. They report that it offers significantly less than its claimed level of protection.

    As a result they rate it a ‘Don’t Buy’

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