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£20 off £40 spend at TESCO for CROWDITY customers that signed up to the Ocado deal!!

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edited 27 July 2011 at 4:20PM in It's gone, but was it any good?
This is the discussion thread for the following MSE News Story:

"Tesco has stepped in to fill the void with a voucher giving £20 off a £40 or more spend on online groceries ..."

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Everyone that signed up for the £20 Ocado voucher at Crowdity a while ago, check your emails. Got one from Crowdity...

We are delighted Tesco has agreed to an exclusive offer for anyone who signed up to our last online grocery offering and missed out.

You can now get £20 OFF your first grocery shop, if you spend £40 or more at and get it delivered on or before Sunday 7th August.

Simply click here to login, go to ‘My Vouchers’ for your unique eCoupon, do a shop at, and enter the code at the online checkout.

Even if you’re going away, you can still use this offer and save yourself a trip to the shops, by getting a delivery to your UK holiday address* or by pre-ordering for when you return.

Terms and conditions
The eCoupon is valid on your first shop at, and can only be used once per customer in a single order, delivered on or before 7th August 2011. The minimum spend excludes purchases of infant milk formulae, gift cards, Mobile top up, Mobile air-time and the delivery charge. Purchases from Wine by the Case do not qualify. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other eCoupon beginning "XX". Offer applies only to users who signed up to the Ocado grocery promotion in June 2011 and still have an account with Delivery charge applies.
* Some campsites, holiday homes and caravan parks are not covered by our delivery service

Many Thanks
The Crowdity team


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