1,000 extra Clubcard points with LEGO City

MORE LEGO!!!

The last extra Clubcard points offer with LEGO expired 3 days ago and we’ve just found a new one.

Until 4th February you will get up to 1,000 extra Clubcard points with LEGO City boxes.

Like last time you will get

  • 500 extra Clubcard points when you spend £30+
  • 1,000 extra Clubcard points when you spend £60+

If you get the right combination of boxes you can (technically) get up to 50% off!

As always here is the best combination to get the maximum amount of Clubcard points by spending the minimum amount to trigger the bonus.

To trigger the 500 extra Clubcard points you could get the LEGO City Jungle Explorers Jungle Cargo Helicopter 60158 for £16

lego city helicopter

and the LEGO City Volcano Exploration Truck 60121 for £14.

Lego city volcano exploration truck

If you add the LEGO City Town People pack – Fun at the beach 60153 for £30 you will get 1,000 extra Clubcard points.

lego city fun at the beach

Make sure to order by 4th February to get the extra Clubcard points.

The Tesco website is here.

 

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Comments

  1. 50% off?

  2. Can you use these more than once?

    • Yes. Unlimited. Well, almost. Tesco allow you to collect up to £300 of points per quarter (I.e. £900 of value if exchanged for a 3x deal).

  3. I’ve jumped in a couple of times of late on lego – both times I have managed to get back nearly what I’ve paid (say minus £10).

    2400 avios for £10 isn’t too bad in my book.

    Plus if you buy in a canny way you can find some lego sets with up to £20 off which means that you can in essence ensure you cover your costs.

  4. Its not offering me 1,000 points simply 560 for £60 marked goods Perhaps I went off piste with the lego choices as your recommendation was out of stock so replaced with another £16 item. I notice on the Tesco site the prices have eased up.
    I am giving up to market orces and will seek my points elsewhere this time

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