TIME is running out for Tesco customers to spend their Clubcard vouchers.
The supermarket giantÂ has warned shoppers that they must use loyalty vouchers soon to avoid missing out.
Tesco has said that there’s more than Â£13 million in Clubcard vouchers that are due to expire withing weeks.
Vouchers are sent out with your statement in February, May, August and November – you’ll get them by post, email or text depending on what you’ve selected.
You can also view your statement – and see how many vouchers you have – in the Tesco Clubcard app. Just head to your account and select statements.
But as vouchers are valid for two years, any that were issued in November 2020 must be used by November 30 this year.
If you don’t use them, you’ll lose them so make sure to check in pockets and purses for any vouchers you have lying about.
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 Â£1.50 to spend.
You can also swap vouchers for money off your Tesco mobile bill.
If you don’t want to spend your vouchers just yet, then it might be worth trying this clever trick that could extend the use of your vouchers.
Earlier this year, Martin Lewis‘ Money Saving Expert (MSE) explained that Tesco customers could make a small purchase on the Tesco Clubcard Rewards website and from there, you’ll get the remaining points credited back to your account.
For example, if you buy a 50p voucher with one of Tesco’s partners, like Pizza Express, you’ll get a Â£1.50 voucher to spend in the restaurant and the rest of your points will return to your Clubcard for another two years.
So if you had Â£10 worth of points and you buy a 50p restaurant voucher, the remaining Â£9.50 will go back to your account instead of expiring.
This trick was highlighted for the last cohort of expiring vouchers but we’ve asked Tesco if it’ll work this time and will update the piece once we know more.
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