MSE News: Tesco updates PayQwiq app with new Clubcard offer

edited 27 September 2017 at 12:05PM in Food Shopping & Groceries
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edited 27 September 2017 at 12:05PM in Food Shopping & Groceries
Tesco has revamped its payment app and added a new offer to collect bonus Clubcard points...
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  • Wow a whole extra 1 point for every £4 spent for the next 4 months.

    How can anyone refuse such a generous offer? ;)
  • SuzieSueSuzieSue Forumite
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    My phone is too old to download the Pay+ app so does that mean I won't be able to use it anymore?
  • SuzieSueSuzieSue Forumite
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    I just emailed them and they said it would only work on Android 4.4 or later versions so I won't be able to use it. I have an S3 mini which is not even 3 years old.
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    gsmlnx wrote: »
    Wow a whole extra 1 point for every £4 spent for the next 4 months.

    How can anyone refuse such a generous offer? ;)

    I used the previous version, PayQwiq, a few months ago when they offered 50 points a pop for the first ten uses.

    It seems like another solution looking for a non-existent problem to fix. It's not even contactless.

    Android Pay, and presumably the iThing's equivalent, can store loyalty cards.

    Tesco Pay+ doesn't have very much to offer me, especially as it doesn't allow punters to add a re-loadable Tesco gift card for payment, which I have and top up with a 4% discount. :)
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    SnowTiger wrote: »
    I used the previous version, PayQwiq, a few months ago when they offered 50 points a pop for the first ten uses.

    It seems like another solution looking for a non-existent problem to fix. It's not even contactless.

    Android Pay, and presumably the iThing's equivalent, can store loyalty cards.

    Tesco Pay+ doesn't have very much to offer me, especially as it doesn't allow punters to add a re-loadable Tesco gift card for payment, which I have and top up with a 4% discount. :)

    How do u get the 4% discount for the topup is this through your credit card company?
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