Supermarket Rewards

Favourite Supermarket Reward
Finding ways to save money by doing nothing extra feels like a surprise bonus, or maybe even cheating! Read more about my favourite supermarket reward scheme.

My Favourite Supermarket Reward Scheme

I’ve shopped in many supermarkets, prices and ranges vary, but on average, weekly food shopping for two people is around £75 in the UK. Most major supermarkets offer some kind of reward scheme, including the likes of Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Lidl, Waitrose and the Co-op. Some will only offer personalised money off coupons, free drinks or savings schemes. My favourite, and the one I feel offers the greatest savings and rewards, is Tesco… If you join the scheme, which is very easy by the way, you collect points, receive vouchers and as a bonus get the option to trade up the vouchers for up to 3 times their value with a multitude of reward partner companies. I even saved on the cost of my rail card using Clubcard vouchers!

Other options available are Disney + TV subscription, days out to numerous attractions, English Heritage membership, the list is expansive – 140 “fun & days out” listed. There’s also food, drink, and magazine subscriptions. Well worth a visit to their website!

So, how does it work if you haven’t already got a Clubcard?

Apply for free, receive your card and get it scanned every time you shop. You’ll earn 1 point for every pound spent – and that includes fuel, so they can mount up quickly.

You can spend the vouchers at face value in store or exchange them online including restaurant meals for up to three time their value – for example, an Eden Project ticket is £32.50, reward vouchers of £10.50 would cover all but a pound. You’ll need 1010 points, which might sound a lot, but based on the average shop plus £50 of fuel a month, you’d have enough points in three months. That’s a free £120 of fun!

There is also the option of a Tesco Credit card, which gives you extra Clubcard points on top of the ones you’d normally collect. You get one Clubcard point for every £4 spent in Tesco (when you spend at least £4) and one point for every £8 spent elsewhere (when you spend at least £8).

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