How to double the value of your Clubcard points

You can now exchange your Tesco Clubcard points for much higher value vouchers than usual

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Tesco has brought back its Clubcard Boost promotion.

Tesco has launched a new Summer Clubcard Boost event, allowing you to exchange your Clubcard points for much higher value vouchers than usual.

Every £5 in Clubcard vouchers can be exchanged for tokens worth £10 to spend in selected departments, online and in store. What's more, you get £3 to spend on grocery deliveries for every £1.50 of vouchers you exchange.

The departments taking part

Clubcard Boost is available in all sorts of different departments at Tesco, though there are some exclusions. You can get a full list on this section of the Clubcard website, but I've picked out some of the big ones.

Clothing & School Uniforms

Womenswear/menswear/kidswear
School uniforms
Uniform embroidery
Swimwear
Baby and toddler clothing
Accessories
F&F Jewellery

Excludes:

Other jewellery
Fancy dress purchases from tescoparty.com

Back to school accessories

Stationery
Diaries and organisers
Calculators
Lunchboxes, bottles and flasks
Art sets
School bags

Excludes:

Products featured as Tesco Partners at Tesco Direct

Opticians

Prescription glasses from £15
Contact lenses
Designer sunglasses
Accessories

Excludes:

NHS sight tests
Optical purchases from other departments
Clubcard Boost is also available on all departments on Tesco Direct and Tesco's Hudl tablet.

Swapping your clubcard vouchers

You can do this online or in-store. Be careful though as your tokens can only be redeemed in your selected department.

There's no limit to how many vouchers you can exchange, but you must use your tokens by 8th September (except for Hudl or grocery deliveries, in which case you have six months to use them).

Boosting your clubcard points

There are plenty of ways to boost your Clubcard points balance besides doing all of your shopping at Tesco.

For example there's the Tesco Clubcard credit cards. My favourite is the Tesco Bank Clubcard for Purchases, which offers a market-leading 19-month 0% period on your spending. You earn five Clubcard points for every £4 you spend in-store or on Tesco Fuel, and one point for every £4 you spend everywhere else.

If you have your energy with E.ON you get 1,500 Clubcard points a year. That's a great deal if E.ON works out cheapest for your energy anyway, but it's not worth going for if you end up spending far more for your gas and electricity.

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You can also fill your car up at Esso, or convert your cashback from TopCashback.

For more tips and tricks, read How to boost your Clubcard points.

It's not just Tesco

Clubcard isn't the only loyalty scheme offering an improved return on your points at the moment. Read Get rewards of up to four times the value of your Nectar points for more.

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