Tesco: Supermarket giant extends its 50% off Clubcard Prices – how to make huge savings

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Supermarkets are doing everything they can to help their customers through the coronavirus pandemic. One way in which Tesco is helping its shoppers is by extending its Clubcard Prices scheme, which re-launched back in September. The huge savings can be made across favourite household brands including Carte D’Or, Birds Eye and McCain. 

Tesco brought back its Clubcard Prices promotion permanently in mid-September, offering up to 50 percent off selected brands. 

It was initially launched with 200 frozen products in the offer but it has now been extended to include around 300 items.

This now includes fresh food as well as frozen like vegetables, snacks, household items and even alcohol. 

The promotion, which is available for Clubcard holders only, can be redeemed in-store and online.

Customers must be signed up to the Tesco Clubcard’s loyalty scheme, but this is free to join via their website or the Clubcard app.

Discounts will automatically be deducted when shoppers buy an eligible product online for delivery or from a Tesco store.

However, it is important to note that these discounts cannot be claimed in Express stores. 

Products in the promotion include Pizza Express Margherita pizza, reduced to £2.50 from £5.

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Absolut Vodka is now just £18 at Clubcard price, reduced by 29 percent from £25.50.

Toiletries are also now included in the promotion with the Nivea Men ‘Everyday Ready Kit’ gift set half price at £5.

Vegetarian offers are also available in the offer, with Linda McCartney vegetarian sarges reduced to £1.25 from £2.20.

When shopping in-store, customers will see a small red sign to indicate which products are in the offer. 

Online, all items that are included in the offer will be highlighted in a box displaying the promotion price and the original price. 

Alongside this offer, Tesco has also extended the Aldi price match campaign with more than 500 own-brand and branded items being added to the list.

This means Tesco shoppers can get their money back if the item is found to be cheaper at the discount German retailer.

Alessandra Bellini, Tesco Chief Customer Officer said: “We know that great value matters to customers more than ever before, that’s why, to reward our loyal customers, we’re offering everyone with a Tesco Clubcard access to hundreds of exclusive deals.

“We’re also offering everyday low prices on hundreds of products so that customers can get clear and consistent prices on the products they buy regularly.”

When shopping in-store, customers must adhere to the guidelines set out by the government and the supermarket giant.

Tesco has now introduced a traffic light system which indicates when customers can enter the store and when they must wait outside.

This is in a bid to reduce the amount of customers in-store. 

Some products also have buying limits so that customers can access everything they need to without worrying about stockpilers and panic-buyers. 

A notice on Tesco’s website says: “Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak, we have buying limit on all our products and may sometimes have limited or no availability of some items.

“You’ll see online messages and in-store notices which tell you about the current limits.”

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