Use them or lose them! Millions of Clubcard points are due to expire at the end of the month, but you’ve still got time to use them and get up to 3x of their value.
There are millions of unused Clubcard vouchers about to expire, and you need to use them up quickly!
Just in London West End alone, there are £388,000 worth of Clubcard vouchers about to expire.
And, Manchester residents are about to lose £156,000 worth of Clubcard vouchers!
Millions of Clubcard points expire!
Did you know Clubcard points have an expiry date?
Well, it appears millions don’t, and are potentially going to lose a LOT!
Clubcard points have an expiry date of 2 years from when they’re issued, and that time can fly back quickly.
There are enough Clubcard points due to expire before 29 February to cover 650,000 weekly grocery shops or even a week’s shop for the whole population of Glasgow!
Here are the top 10 locations with the highest number of vouchers about to expire:
London West End (£388,000 worth of Clubcard vouchers)
Manchester (£156,000 worth of Clubcard vouchers)
Bristol (£140,000 worth of Clubcard vouchers)
London Wood Green (£137,000 worth of Clubcard vouchers)
Ilford (£126,000 worth of Clubcard vouchers)
Birmingham (£120,000 worth of Clubcard vouchers)
Edinburgh (£115,000 worth of Clubcard vouchers)
Romford (£114,000 worth of Clubcard vouchers)
Croydon (£107,000 worth of Clubcard vouchers) and Glasgow (£107,000 worth of Clubcard vouchers)
Liverpool (£104,000 worth of Clubcard vouchers)
What can you use the points for?
Whether you want to use them on your weekly shop or use them for a day out, be sure to cash in before the end of February.
Considering half term is coming up, you could use them for something free to do with the family.
There are enough unused vouchers that could cover the cost of 4.2 million pizzas from Pizza Express.
Or, if you fancy a free day out, there are enough points to cover 1.4 million day tickets to Thorpe Park.
Alternatively, the millions of points work out to be the same as around 650,000 weekly food shops!
Whatever you do with the points – don’t lose them!
They are going to expire at the end of the month, so log into your Clubcard account to spend them on what you fancy, download the Clubcard App to track your points, or use them in store to buy your food shop.
Even if you’ve lost your paper vouchers, don’t worry.
The app is really handy, and it keeps track of all your vouchers.
You can scan any vouchers you’ve collected straight from the app.
If you choose to redeem with one of the 150 Reward Partners, you can up to triple their value.
So, £10 of Clubcard points can turn into £30 worth of rewards, depending on what you’re after.
Tesco Chief Customer Officer, Alessandra Bellini, comments:
“Clubcard is our way of helping customers to get the very best value when shopping with us, and we want to help them make the most of it.
“We also understand that our customers lead busy lives and may forget about the points and vouchers that they’ve built up over time.
“With a large number set to expire at the end of the month, we are encouraging people to check the Clubcard App to see if any of these unused vouchers are theirs.”
Save more at Tesco
If you regularly shop at Tesco, you’ll save money over a month by signing up to Clubcard Plus.
You need to pay £7.99 a month (hold on though and hear out why you’ll want to) but, you’ll save more than that if you do two £40+ shops each month.
It’s really a no-brainer.
For online shoppers, be sure to look into getting a Tesco Delivery Saver as you’ll likely save money too – and if you don’t save, they’ll refund you the difference.
And, remember that two-year expiry on Clubcard points.
Yes, there are millions about to expire before the end of February, but there will be more every month.
So, keep checking the Clubcard App, so you don’t lose out.
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