Amex FX Offer

75 extra Clubcard points with Kitsound headphones

This offer is definitely not as generous as the Skullcandy offer I wrote about on Saturday which offered 250 bonus Clubcard points.

The only thing the offers have in common is that the products are headphones.

Until 1st March you will get 75 extra Clubcard points with selected Kitsound headphones.

Included are the KitSound Race Sports Wireless Earbuds for £15:

kitsound red extra clubcard points tesco direct

and the KitSound Nova In-Ear Headphones with Stylish Pouch for £20.

kitsound white with pouch extra clubcard points tesco direct

Obviously 75 Clubcard points are better than just receiving standard Clubcard points, however even if exchanged at 3 x face value for one of the better Clubcard offers they are only worth £2.25.

On the upside the KitSound Race Sports Wireless Earphones are selling on Amazon for the same price – and without Clubcard points, obviously.

However the KittSound Nova In-Ear headphones in black are only £16.95 on Amazon which makes the Tesco deal look weak.

If you do want to take a look at this offer, you can find all headphones included in this extra Clubcard points offer here.

The 75 extra Clubcard points will be added on orders until 1st March 2017.

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  1. Seems like tesco have changed the delivery rules…orders seem to be home delivery only…I tried a number of dummy items. Although Click and Collect is shownot in the heading,it doesn’t come up as an option on checkout.

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