Monday 13 May 2013

Tesco Clubcard Voucher Exchange is back

Calling all moneysavers ! Just a quick heads-up that you can make your Tesco vouchers stretch further at the moment because the Clubcard Voucher Exchange has just started up again. Read on for more info :


Tesco is helping families across the country get ready for summer with the return of Clubcard Exchange, which helps customers make their Clubcard vouchers go further by doubling their value so customers can exchange £5 of vouchers into £10 of tokens. This summer the popular Clubcard Exchange features eight categories that tokens can be redeemed across and includes hundreds of summer essentials - from garden furniture and BBQs, to clothing, cameras and camping equipment.

Customers will be receiving their Clubcard statements next week and can choose to take part by exchanging their vouchers for tokens in-store or online from 13 May to 2 July. There is no limit to the number of Clubcard vouchers that can be exchanged and tokens can be redeemed until 11 July.

Katie McQuaid, Clubcard Director said: “We know our customers love the Clubcard Exchange and after a long, cold winter we want to help families really make the most of the summer this year, without breaking the bank. Whether that’s getting the garden ready for entertaining, planning a holiday in the great outdoors, or investing in a new camera to capture those special moments, we’ve chosen categories this year that will l help to make a memorable summer whatever the weather.”

In addition to summer favourites, categories in the Exchange include Baby and Toddler and Opticians. The eight categories in the Clubcard Exchange this year are:

Garden, Garden Furniture & BBQs
Bikes, Camping and Outdoor Sports
Cameras, Sat Nav and Audio
Baby and Toddler
Cook and Dine


1. Vouchers can be exchanged from 13 May until 2 July in store or online and vouchers must be redeemed by 11 July.
2. Customers can exchange vouchers from a minimum value of £5, and each £5 will be turned into a £10 token to spend in participating departments
3. Customers don’t have to wait for their Clubcard statement to arrive in the post to get their tokens. They can just go straight to the My Clubcard Account section of and manage the whole process online. They’ll receive an email with an ecoupon on it, which can either be printed off and used in-store, or used online by entering the ecode at the online checkout.
4. For full information and T&Cs go to

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1 comment:

  1. I save my clubcard points in the Tesco Xmas club - they give them back in November. Last year I had £120 - doubled the lot on the toys department, I had £240 to sort the kids christmas out! You can top the savers up too during the year if you like.


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