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Tesco Clubcard/Vouchers/Points/Deals - Post All Questions Here

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Food Shopping & Groceries
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Food Shopping & Groceries
This is a continuation of the previous thread which can be read HERE.

The thread for Tesco Voucher Codes can be found HERE.
Whilst the discussion thread can be found HERE.

This thread is for discussion of everything else related to Tesco Clubcard.

For discussion on the Loyalty Points Article, please join us HERE.
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  • Rachie_BRachie_B Forumite
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    the 1000 tesco direct codes arent working on any of my accounts either :(
  • Just getting myself auto replied on this new thread
  • waterstarwaterstar Forumite
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    I've converted clubcard points to "wine club double up vouchers" on two occasions in the last six weeks.

    Has anyone else noticed that Tesco appear to have shortened the life of such vouchers?

    The original vouchers I received had a "use by" date of almost 3 months and the "How to use" sheet included by tesco with the vouchers referred to "use within 3 months from date of issue".

    The second batch I applied for on 9 June were received on 13 June and had a use by date of 27 July.

    Also the "How to use" sheet included with the vouchers no longer referred to "use within 3 months from date of issue".

    It almost feels as if Tesco are "trying" to make the system as difficult to use as possible, or rather that the customer is not able to receive what they are entitled to??

    Have they perhaps recruited someone who formerly worked in the mobile phone "cash back" sector to manage this scheme?? LOL!
    Money Saving Fan.
  • welsh_cakewelsh_cake Forumite
    897 posts
    to book a holiday with your clubcard vouchers, do you need to do it through clubcard or can you call virgin/cosmo direct?
    thanks
    If dogs don't go to heaven, then I want to go where they go. :A
  • you will have to change your clubcard deals into virgin tokens through either by internet on tesco.com or by sending them off to tesco asking to be coverted into either virgin or cosmos, when you have recieved your converted tokens you then either ring virgin/cosmos (whoever you decide to holiday with) and book by telephone direct to company, you will nedd your converted deals in front of you as they will ask for the code on them .... hope this helps! x
  • welsh_cakewelsh_cake Forumite
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    Thanks kadiekaismummi. Will covert mine a.s.a.p as i am desperate to get away !
    If dogs don't go to heaven, then I want to go where they go. :A
  • Rachie_BRachie_B Forumite
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    welsh_cake wrote: »
    Thanks kadiekaismummi. Will covert mine a.s.a.p as i am desperate to get away !

    ring for a quote first to see if they have availability for where you want to go ,and how much you need to convert :)
  • pavlovs_dogpavlovs_dog Forumite
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    ahhh... shiney new thread!!!!
    know thyself
    Nid wy'n gofyn bywyd moethus...
  • bashfulbashful Forumite
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    Darn, blast and double darn :mad: :mad:

    I fell for a phishing email purporting to come from Tesco Customer Services which said I had added an additional email address to my account. I stupidly followed the link and signed in using my email address and password. I got as far as entering my wife's card number before realising something was wrong. I should have spotted the URL was dodgy - it was http://edesign-comunicacion.com/~invitado/imagenes/.nsr1authDQAAAH8AAADQ1U9GEcNXCVIMzMjTNO04czfULo3xZhJ5dIFXraD0Ginei7mzH2ud8EFi9yinbTvE6DIsuXUaQ7GjZp6Gt9c5lCRcfA2w1Ouf4GIskOHetTPv2Qux4WlANUR69jUrwYHCTMhrOLqOnl9RsikcslKrpsm18gQ3TmOMmcjqgggausrm/default.aspx.php?from=https://secure.tesco.com/register/account.aspx

    What are the likely consequences of having given this information away please? I immediately tried to change my Tesco password going direct to Tesco.com but it doesn't seem possible.

    I hope the worst that I have done is confirmed my email address and possibly allowed the scammer to nick our measly 75 points. What else might happen - any ideas?

    I have emailed Tesco coz their lines are closed - not much else I can do I guess?
  • bashfulbashful Forumite
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    Reply from Tesco Customer Service:

    Thank you for your email.
    We have been made aware of this email and are investigating it's source. It has not been sent by Tesco and directs you to a replica of our site - the url highlights this.
    If you have provided your login details and credit card information we would advise that you change your passwords and contact your bank. Advise them that you have provided your card details to a suspect website.
    Your bank should then be able to take the appropriate action to protect you.
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