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Just got an E-Mail from them regarding a 2 month free trial of their clubcard plus app.

So called savings of 10% of 2 shops of your choice in -store.

Heres the funny part, after the 2 months free trial you will be charged 7.99 a month.

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Gone

They're struggling

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davemclaren
7 minutes ago, Harry Potter said:

Just got an E-Mail from them regarding a 2 month free trial of their clubcard plus app.

So called savings of 10% of 2 shops of your choice in -store.

Heres the funny part, after the 2 months free trial you will be charged 7.99 a month.

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For us that would a benefit. 

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Marvin

I have always believed for over 30 years that Tesco is shite. 

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Bull's-eye
12 minutes ago, Harry Potter said:

Just got an E-Mail from them regarding a 2 month free trial of their clubcard plus app.

So called savings of 10% of 2 shops of your choice in -store.

Heres the funny part, after the 2 months free trial you will be charged 7.99 a month.

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Better to leave that sort of thing to the intelligent member of the household Potter. 

 

Thanks anyway.

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pablo
33 minutes ago, Jeff said:

They're struggling

 

Eh? They've been coining it in! 

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Gone
5 minutes ago, pablo said:

 

Eh? They've been coining it in! 

 

Sure they've been announcing heavy profit losses for the last 4-5 years. Probably still earning a decent amount but need to step it up... this isn't a great idea from them either.

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Dazo
44 minutes ago, Harry Potter said:

Just got an E-Mail from them regarding a 2 month free trial of their clubcard plus app.

So called savings of 10% of 2 shops of your choice in -store.

Heres the funny part, after the 2 months free trial you will be charged 7.99 a month.

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If you do your shopping in Tesco you should easily make the monthly fee back and more. Think you may have jumped the gun. 

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redjambo
1 minute ago, Jeff said:

 

Sure they've been announcing heavy profit losses for the last 4-5 years. Probably still earning a decent amount but need to step it up... this isn't a great idea from them either.

 

It is if you're a family and can do two massive shops a month. It encourages such folk to increase the amount they buy at these two shops and also buy more at Tescos rather than elsewhere. I can see why they're promoting it (and were promoting it pre-Covid).

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Gone
Just now, redjambo said:

 

It is if you're a family and can do two massive shops a month. It encourages such folk to increase the amount they buy at these two shops and also buy more at Tescos rather than elsewhere. I can see why they're promoting it (and were promoting it pre-Covid).

 

Probably bumping up the prices of products by 5-10% along with it. I don't really understand the 2 shop limit and also why in store only. Needs more 'VIP' features imo... seems kind of half done.

 

 

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redjambo
2 minutes ago, Jeff said:

 

Probably bumping up the prices of products by 5-10% along with it. I don't really understand the 2 shop limit and also why in store only. Needs more 'VIP' features imo... seems kind of half done.

 

 

 

Perhaps their margin isn't high enough to offer discount on more than 2 shops a month.

 

VIP features like first dibs on the toilet rolls?

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CostaJambo
5 minutes ago, Jeff said:

 

Probably bumping up the prices of products by 5-10% along with it. I don't really understand the 2 shop limit and also why in store only. Needs more 'VIP' features imo... seems kind of half done.

 

 

Probably to encourage more impulse buys of stuff you don't normally get like After Eight mints or cabbage.

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Gone
1 minute ago, redjambo said:

 

Perhaps their margin isn't high enough to offer discount on more than 2 shops a month.

 

VIP features like first dibs on the toilet rolls?

 

Get that on your covering letter and apply for management! That's the type of entrepreneurship I like to see

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redjambo
Just now, Jeff said:

 

Get that on your covering letter and apply for management! That's the type of entrepreneurship I like to see

 

:D

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Jambo314

I shop at Tesco and have a club card, albeit not the £7.99 10% off twice monthly shop. I'm sure when I looked into it, it was actually only Tesco's own branded items that you bought went to the total shop for discount?

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Gone
Just now, Jambo314 said:

I shop at Tesco and have a club card, albeit not the £7.99 10% off twice monthly shop. I'm sure when I looked into it, it was actually only Tesco's own branded items that you bought went to the total shop for discount?

 

Surely not? You'd still be better at Aldi if so

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Jambo314

I honestly don't buy Tesco's own branded items or shop in Aldi's lol but your probably right.

 

It's be on the go for many months the 10% off gimmick.

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redjambo
3 minutes ago, Jambo314 said:

I shop at Tesco and have a club card, albeit not the £7.99 10% off twice monthly shop. I'm sure when I looked into it, it was actually only Tesco's own branded items that you bought went to the total shop for discount?

 

"When you use one of your 10% off 2 big shop coupons you’ll get 10% off all your regular grocery shopping in-store. This includes all food, drinks, alcohol, household, pet, baby, fresh flowers and plants, health and beauty. General merchandise and clothing are not included in your big shop, however, if you scan your Clubcard Plus app you'll get 10% off selected Tesco brands all the time."

 

So, the 10% off Tescos items is constant. Although the 2 big shop coupons aren't for everything, they are for most items.

 

However, there is a maximum discount of £20 per shop or £40 in any one month for the 2 big shops.

 

Anti-Disclaimer: I don't work for Tescos. :)

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Jambo314
1 minute ago, redjambo said:

 

"When you use one of your 10% off 2 big shop coupons you’ll get 10% off all your regular grocery shopping in-store. This includes all food, drinks, alcohol, household, pet, baby, fresh flowers and plants, health and beauty. General merchandise and clothing are not included in your big shop, however, if you scan your Clubcard Plus app you'll get 10% off selected Tesco brands all the time."

 

So, the 10% off Tescos items is constant. Although the 2 big shop coupons aren't for everything, they are for most items.

 

However, there is a maximum discount of £20 per shop or £40 in any one month for the 2 big shops.

 

Anti-Disclaimer: I don't work for Tescos. :)

Thank's for clarifying lol

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kingantti1874

To be fair that’s not a new thing.. and for a family who spend £600 a month on food it’s a no brainer .

 

i don’t shop in Tesco, but plenty do.

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redjambo
1 minute ago, Jambo314 said:

Thank's for clarifying lol

 

Just part of my unending crusade against Fake News. ;)

 

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Costume sadly not available in Tesco though.

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Sooperstar
1 hour ago, Harry Potter said:

Just got an E-Mail from them regarding a 2 month free trial of their clubcard plus app.

So called savings of 10% of 2 shops of your choice in -store.

Heres the funny part, after the 2 months free trial you will be charged 7.99 a month.

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They started that a few months ago. You can cancel at any time, so easy to just take your savings for the first 2 months and then cancel before you move into the fee paying period.

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andyscott82

During lockdown we’ve changed from going to Tesco for little shops every few days at about 40 - 50 quid, to doing a big shop weekly at around 120 - 200 quid. The 10% off twice a month has saved us between 16 and 20 quid each time. That’s a saving of 32 - 40 quid a month, for a cost of 8 quid. 
 

It’s not a difficult decision to make really, if you sit down and do your sums. 

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Harry Potter
1 hour ago, Bull's-eye said:

 

Better to leave that sort of thing to the intelligent member of the household Potter. 

 

Thanks anyway.

Dont thank me, and remind me did you go to Oxford.:pleased:.or cambridge.

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pablo

Some consumer insight I was working with in the height of lockdown was a regular person gets 25% of their calories intake out of home. Eating out, sandwich shops, cafés, works canteens etc. The big retailers have picked up the slack and are coining it in as a result as everyone eats and drinks at home. They can sell whatever their suppliers can make and there's much less on promotion. This has been good for the retailers.

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Weakened Offender

I hope Aldi and Lidl do to Tesco what Tesco did to Safeway and the Co-op.

 

A horrible supermarket. 

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jake
3 minutes ago, Weakened Offender said:

I hope Aldi and Lidl do to Tesco what Tesco did to Safeway and the Co-op.

 

A horrible supermarket. 

Shopping from a socialist perspective.

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Jamhammer
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5 hours ago, Dazo said:


If you do your shopping in Tesco you should easily make the monthly fee back and more. Think you may have jumped the gun. 

Mrs JH is the bright fiscal one in our gaff. She’s got this and bores the tits off me with chat about money saved so it must be worthwhile if you do yer “big” shop there.

If she keeps it up I’m gonna stop giving her as much money.

Decent whisky selection too

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Gone
2 hours ago, Weakened Offender said:

I hope Aldi and Lidl do to Tesco what Tesco did to Safeway and the Co-op.

 

A horrible supermarket. 

 

German supermarkets invading... There's a joke somewhere

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iantjambo

I’ve got £33 in vouchers on my loyalty card. They better not go under before I spend them!

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gjcc
8 hours ago, kingantti1874 said:

To be fair that’s not a new thing.. and for a family who spend £600 a month on food it’s a no brainer .

 

i don’t shop in Tesco, but plenty do.

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Tazio

Every time I see the Broons I reckon Maw must have been putting it out around town a fair bit as she has kids that look nothing like each other and none of them look like Paw. 
 

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heartsfc_fan
1 hour ago, iantjambo said:

I’ve got £33 in vouchers on my loyalty card. They better not go under before I spend them!

Similar here.

I save all the clubcard points and cash them in over Xmas. Then we cash them in and it pays for most of Xmas dinner and booze.

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jonesy
5 minutes ago, Tazio said:

Every time I see the Broons I reckon Maw must have been putting it out around town a fair bit as she has kids that look nothing like each other and none of them look like Paw. 
 

Joe was quite clearly fathered by a visiting GI. How she managed to get a one night stand with old Adolf is anyone’s guess, but Hen B wouldn’t be here otherwise. Daphne adopted. 

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Tazio
3 minutes ago, jonesy said:

Joe was quite clearly fathered by a visiting GI. How she managed to get a one night stand with old Adolf is anyone’s guess, but Hen B wouldn’t be here otherwise. Daphne adopted. 

I think you might be getting Daphne and Maggie mixed up, Maggie is the glamour puss. Daphne is the East German hammer thrower lookalike. 

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fabienleclerq
10 hours ago, kingantti1874 said:

To be fair that’s not a new thing.. and for a family who spend £600 a month on food it’s a no brainer .

 

i don’t shop in Tesco, but plenty do.

 

How much do folk spend on food shopping? £600 seems a lot but obviously I don't know how many that feeds. 

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jonesy
7 hours ago, Tazio said:

I think you might be getting Daphne and Maggie mixed up, Maggie is the glamour puss. Daphne is the East German hammer thrower lookalike. 

Oops! Yes. Maggie, oh Maggie. 

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Ethan Hunt
7 hours ago, Tazio said:

Every time I see the Broons I reckon Maw must have been putting it out around town a fair bit as she has kids that look nothing like each other and none of them look like Paw. 
 

In fairness the twins look pretty alike 😜

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Salad Fingers

No one? 

 

No? 

 

It's TESCO. 

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