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20 – 155 Clubcard points with Sandisk Ultra USBs and Drives

Well I admit this is one of the less exciting offers, but there might be the odd person out there who might see this differently.

Until 3rd July Tesco Groceries is offering a few extra Clubcard points with selected Sandisk portable storage devices. Included are:

The Sandisk 16Gb Cruzer Ultra USB for £7 with 20 extra Clubcard points,

Sandisk 16Gb Cruzer Ultra Usb

the Sandisk 64Gb Ultra USB for £20 with 55 extra Clubcard points

Sandisk 64Gb Ultra Usb

and the Sandisk 64Gb Ultra Dual Drive for £24 with 155 extra Clubcard points

Sandisk 64Gb Ultra Dual Drive

20 – 155 Clubcard points are not very generous, nevertheless these storage devices are pretty useful and the points a nice bonus.

This offer is only available via Tesco Groceries and NOT Tesco Direct and the extra points will be added for orders until 3rd July.

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  1. Given they’re only £4 on Amazon I’d say their pricing is beyond rubbish 😉

  2. Yes – Tesco is way overpriced here.

    The Sandisk 64Gb Ultra Dual Drive is £14.64 on Amazon. Even if you’re getting a true 3x value (e.g. Safestore / Topps Tiles) for the 150 cc points, much cheaper to buy elsewhere.

    Shopper points is usually very good at telling us whether the points are decent value; a bit lacking today.

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