MARTIN Lewis has warned that £13million worth of Tesco vouchers are due to expire in eight days – but has confirmed a trick that extends them.
The money saving expert detailed the ingenious way the vouchers can be extended by two years on his ITV show Martin Lewis Money Show Live.
The supermarket giant had previously warned customers to use their loyalty vouchers in order not to miss out.
Any vouchers which were issued in November 2020 will run out on November 30 this year.
However, Mr Lewis said there is a way to get around this.
If you spend 50p using a £10 Tesco Clubcard voucher, you’ll get £9.50 back as new vouchers.
Those new vouchers will be valid for two years.
Shoppers can check to see what vouchers they have by logging on to Tesco’s app or going to the website tesco.com/clubcard.
Tesco group director of loyalty and membership, Tash Whitmey, previously said: “We want to help our customers to have a joyful and affordable Christmas and Clubcard is the best way to get great value with Tesco – from Clubcard Rewards to thousands of exclusive deals through Clubcard Prices.
“With more than £13m worth of Clubcard vouchers due to expire this month, we’re reminding customers to spend them to help spread the cost of Christmas – whether that’s getting ahead on their festive food shop or by picking up an extra stocking filler.”
If you don’t use your vouchers, you’ll lose them.
Shoppers can use Clubcard vouchers in-store and online to save money on their Tesco shop.
If you decide to use your vouchers for your Tesco shop, then 150 points gets you £1.50 to spend.
But vouchers can also be used to cut the cost of car fuel and can even be tripled in value to spend at various reward partners including Pizza Express and Cineworld.
You can also swap vouchers for money off your Tesco mobile bill.
The Martin Lewis Money Show will return in January 2023.
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