chardir wrote: »
It's not free - it's factored in to all prices across the board. This is equivalent to a universal 1% price rise.
CompBunny wrote: »
I really hope that the price reductions are decent and not just on luxury goods...eg I'd much rather have a cheaper bog standard loaf of brown bread reduced in price than a luxury (to me) foccacia.
WestonDave wrote: »
I suspect its getting absolutely hammered by Asda's 10% cheaper guarantee - now is not the economic climate to be seen as complacently more expensive than your major rival. Once I discovered mysupermarket and realised that Asda was roughly 10% cheaper, Tesco got the boot (albeit that cheekily I still use a Tesco credit card so gather Tesco points on my Asda shopping!). £5 or £6 a week in grocery savings dwarfs anything I can save on clubcard points.
ncfc1902 wrote: »
When Tesco says it's returning to "1 point per pound spent" does this include fuel?
nmaria wrote: »
Sad news. Tesco will loose more regular customers.
If you plan to get a place via 'clearing'
Lower your band & save £1,000s
Past-best-before health food etc