LAST CHANCE to sign up for 500 free Clubcard points with PayQwiq

You have two days left to sign up for the current Tesco and PayQwiq promotion!

If you sign up by Sunday 3rd September you can still get  500 free Clubcard points when trying PayQwiq.

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 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.

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Get 500 Clubcard points for giving PayQwiq a try

Tesco is currently offering an extra 100 Clubcard points for each transaction made using PayQwiq as the Tesco Payqwiq site explains.

Only one transaction per week counts so you can’t make five separate transactions in one day.  A week runs from Monday to Sunday.

The offer expires on 31st October 2017 so there is enough time to make the most of this offer – 5 weeks – even if you sign up on the last day.

The only three bits of small print you need to remember are:

  • you must keep the app installed for 14 days
  • you must sign up by 3rd September 2017 – which still gives you 5 weeks to earn 5 x 100 points bonuses
  • only one transaction per week earns you bonus points

If you want to give PayQwiq a go, take a look at the details of this offer online, download the app and try it out in your local store. There is no minimum transaction size – I have seen reports of people who have bought items for under £1 and still received the bonus.

The Tesco Payqwiq page is here.

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Comments

  1. If you have got more than one Clubcard account you can register them both, I used two devices and credit cards.
    I bought a bag of liquorice allsorts for £1.50 from Tesco Express using the second device and the till slip said paid with PayQwiq. It has not shown the points yet but it was only yesterday.

  2. Embarrassing at tills when it doesn’t work. I complained in store and on line customer services but simple shrugg of shoulders and thankyou for their eventual discovery that something wrong with stores computer. I asked for points in retrospect but no response. Customer service in name only as with most companies nowadays. Shame I was saving points till then but not so desperate to allow Tesco to treat me badly

    • Had a similar experience, sides asset at least pointed me in the direction of main till which apparently did have the software. She cancelled transaction at self serve and it did indeed work….deteats the object a little but at least she was more helpful than the one at yours. Tesco do seem to be going downhill in the customer experience stakes!

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