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Tesco brings back Clubcard Prices sale – with deals across hundreds of items

Tesco has announced that it will offer exclusive deals to loyal customers and even lower prices on hundreds of items. Saving money on the weekly grocery shop has never been more important than it has been in the last few months and so Tesco shoppers will be happy to learn that all you need to do to make the huge savings is to simply scan your Clubcard App, Clubcard or fob at the checkout of when shopping online.

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Tesco first ran its Clubcard Prices promotion last May, and at the time was the first major UK supermarket who offered reduced prices to all its loyalty scheme members.

The savings can be made across favourite brands including popular ice cream Carte D’Or, Birds Eye and McCain.

Around 200 frozen products will be included with the launch, with more products across other categories being added over the coming weeks.

The sale, which launched yesterday, has up to 50 percent off grocery items.

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Tesco brings back Clubcard Prices sale – with deals across hundreds of items (Image: Getty)

Tesco: The sale is available online too (Image: Getty)

The huge savings can be made in your local Tesco store, excluding Express stores.

When you shop in-store, products included in the campaign will be marked with a promotional label so you can be sure to get the best deals.

Online, all items included in the sale will be highlighted in a box displaying the before and after price.

Alongside this, the supermarket giant said it’s now extended the Aldi price match campaign with more than 500 own-brand and branded items being added to the list.

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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.”

There is also still time to sign up to a Tesco Clubcard because the supermarket hasn’t announced an end date for this sale yet meaning it may be going on for quite some time.

When you shop in store, products included in the campaign will be marked with a promotional label (Image: Getty)

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You can sign up for a club car via the Tesco website or by downloading the Clubcard app.

Shoppers can also make huge savings when signing up to the Tesco Clubcard Plus, a unique loyalty subscription service that guarantees offers each month.

For just £7.99 a month, customers can get up to four benefits each month with discounts on F&F clothing, Tesco Mobile and Tesco Bank.

This includes 10 percent off two big shops in store, 10 percent off Tesco brands in-store like clothing, Go Cook, Tesco Pet and Fox & Ivy as well as double data from Tesco mobile.

Supermarket share in the UK (Image: NC)

This can save shoppers over £400 a year and is available in all UK Tesco stores.

The supermarket giant has also recently announced changes in an attempt to keep shoppers’ accounts safe and secure.

When signing in to their account, customers will be able to use a one-time passcode that gets sent straight to their phone instead of having to remember their full Clubcard details.

A Tesco spokesperson said: “We are always looking to make shopping with us easier for our customers. We’ve added a new way for customers to confirm their identity when logging into secure areas of their account by using a passcode sent to their mobile phone.

“This is optional and customers can continue to use their Clubcard number if they prefer. Customers’ accounts will not change and they will not lose any Clubcard points or vouchers.”

Source:Daily Express :: Life and Style Feed

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