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Register for Tesco’s Baby Club and get 100 Clubcard points!

One for the mums and dads out there:

You can get 100 free Tesco Clubcard points when signing up for Tesco’s Baby Club.

About a year ago Tesco’s Baby Club was running the same promotion to encourage parents to sign up.

Most are probably aware of Boots Baby Club and Tesco’s Baby Club might not be on everyone’s radar.

Tesco’s Baby Club looks like a good source for information on parenting and saving money when buying baby stuff.

As a member you can also get one year of free life insurance with Tesco Bank of up to £15,000.


Even better is the current promotion when you register:

If you sign up now, you receive 100 free Clubcard points. That’s free Clubcard points for joining a club you might want to join anyway. There is no expiration date for this offer on the website, but last time it was only about a week where you would get 100 extra Clubcard points when joining.

You can join Tesco’s Baby Club on this page of the Tesco baby website. You must be over 18 and have children under 5 or are expecting.

Simply fill out your contact details, add your Clubcard number and 100 extra Clubcard points will be added to your next statement.

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  1. Any verification on having a baby? My wife and I could both use 100 points!

    • I doubt they check, but given clubcard pts have a notional monetary value it would be fraud, highly unlikely Tesco’s would care, but technically it would be a criminal offence.

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