How to earn Clubcard points with Tesco Mobile

Tesco Mobile is one of the more successful Tesco non-food businesses. It operates on the O2 network and is able to offer cheap tariffs because it buys capacity in bulk from O2 and does not have the huge upfront costs of rolling out towers across the country.

It sounds pretty obvious that, as a Tesco subsidiary, if you are using Tesco Mobile you will receive Clubcard points for your spending.

However there are a few things you need to know before you can start earning Clubcard points with your calls, messages and data. This is especially true if you are a ‘pay as you go’ customer as there is a trap you can fall into.

First of all, your Clubcard has to be registered with Tesco Mobile. You can do this online or on your phone.

As a ‘pay as you go’ customer you need to go onto the My Tesco Mobile website, log into your account and then add your Clubcard number.

If you are a ‘pay monthly’ customer you need to log into your account on the pay monthly website and add your Clubcard number. Note that only the main account holder can register a Clubcard.

The easiest way however according to Tesco is to simply call 282 for free from your Tesco Mobile and follow the prompts.

How to earn Clubcard points with Tesco Mobile

Once your Clubcard is registered you can start earning Clubcard points.

‘Pay as you go’ customers receive 1 point for every £1 they top up – but ONLY when topping up through the top up hotline 4444, online, via the app, or in Tesco stores. Cash machines and E top-ups at non Tesco stores will not earn any Clubcard points!

As a ‘pay monthly’ Tesco Mobile customer you don’t need to do anything after adding your Clubcard to your account. You will simply receive 1 point per £1 on your pay monthly bill. Note that if you are on a capped contract and you top up, you need to follow the same rules as pay as you go customers: top up via the hotline 4444, online or in Tesco stores.

Your Clubcard points will be added to your next available Clubcard statement and added to those your earn from your shopping, Tesco Direct etc.

family perks tesco mobile

Families with more than one Tesco Mobile pay monthly contract get additional freebies with every single contract.

Each family member can choose one of the following:

  • Up to 1 GB more data
  • 500 extra minutes to UK networks
  • Up to 500 extra minutes to Tesco Mobile phones
  • Up to £2 off your monthly bill
  • Up to £2.25 off Tesco Mobile protect each month
  • Up to 200 extra Clubcard points

The exact freebie depends on your monthly payment.

You can change the freebies every month so if you realise you need more data rather than minutes, you can exchange the freebie from the following month on.

You can find out more about Tesco Mobile Family Perks on this page of the Tesco Mobile website.

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Comments

  1. William Kerr says

    question: if my wife and I share the same Tesco Clubcard – hers, I believe, is linked to mine, and we both have individual pay monthly Tesco mobiles, does only one of us, as it is set up at present, get the benefit of Clubcard points on one of the two phones subscrption ? Would my wife need to have an unlinked Club card to mine to get Points ? Or is my wife`s Clubcard entirely her own, (do Tesco not link Clubcards), so she will be getting the points… ?

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