Tesco Clubcard Contact Phone Number

0844 453 0136

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Do you have a Tesco clubcard? Do you need to speak to someone about it? Make sure you have your clubcard number to hand before you call the Tesco clubcard phone number.

Other Tesco Clubcard Contact Numbers:

Tesco Clubcard Phone Number
Head Office 0844 453 0136
Voucher enquiries 0844 453 0136
Complaints 0844 453 0136

Tesco Clubcard Phone Line Opening Hours

Department Opening Hours
Clubcard customer services Monday to Friday: 8:00 – 20:00
Saturdays: 9:00 – 18:00

Tesco Clubcard Head Office Address

Department Address
Head Office Tesco House, Shire Park, Kestrel Way,
Welwyn Garden City, AL7 1GA

What is 1000 Clubcard points worth?
Where to find your Tesco Clubcard number
How many Tesco Clubcard points to the pound?
Can you transfer Tesco Clubcard vouchers?
Which magazines can I subscribe to using Tesco Clubcard vouchers?

Popular Reasons for calling the Tesco Clubcard Number:

  • To report a lost card.
  • To find out about a specific reward.
  • To apply for the scheme.

What is the Tesco Clubcard?

The clubcard is the loyalty card of the British supermarket, Tesco. To find out more about the scheme, call the Tesco clubcard phone number. The scheme operates in the UK, Ireland, Poland, Hungary and several other countries. When shopping at Tesco or using Tesco services, customers get one point for every £1 they spend. Holders can also rack up extra points on special offers, as well as every time they re-use a carrier bag. The points can then be used towards rewards, such as days out, eating out and travel. Customers also receive vouchers to the value of the points they collect. The vouchers are also based on the items that customer purchases most. As well as the physical clubcard, there is also an app available for iPhone, Blackberry, Android and Nokia which allows your phone to act as the clubcard and be scanned.

Apply for Tesco Clubcard

It’s really easy to apply for a Tesco clubcard. All you have to do is fill in an online application form with your email, address and some personal details- so that Tesco knows where to send your vouchers to. Your Clubcard will be sent to your address within 10 days and you can print off a temporary card to begin using straight away. You can also transfer points from the last two weeks from receipts that you have collected by visiting the customer services desk with your receipts and Clubcard.

Tesco Clubcard Vouchers

When you begin collecting Clubcard points, the points are then transferred into vouchers. Every three months, you’ll be sent vouchers for money off Tesco purchases in store and Tesco petrol. Alternatively, you can exchange vouchers for days out, meals, experiences or lifestyle rewards thanks to Tesco Partners such as Avios, Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Odeon.

Tesco Clubcard Hotels

You can convert your Clubcard points in hotel breaks. Tesco has a range of partners with popular hotel brands such as Hilton Hotels, Best Western Hotels, Novotel Hotels and Old English Inns. You can book a stay and receive a special discounted rate exclusively for Tesco customers. Before purchasing the tokens that you use to get discount rates, you should check with the hotel that they have dates available for when you wish to visit. The rates are based on two people sharing a room and you need to book at least three days before you wish to stay at the hotel. Some early discount rates will require you to book more than 30 days in advance to secure the rate.

Tesco Clubcard Boost

Tesco Clubcard Boost is the name of the voucher scheme which allows you to swap your Tesco Clubcard vouchers for partner vouchers. The vouchers are often worth x4 more value when you use them with a partner, so they can be of great value. Here are some examples of what you can get using Tesco Clubcard Boost.

  • One year’s 16-25 National railcard.
  • One day entry to Alton Towers.
  • Cineworld cinema ticket.
  • Ascot Racecourse grandstand admission.
  • Virgin Atlantic flying club miles.
  • £50 to spend at Figleaves.
  • Annual subscription to BBC Good Food magazine.
  • RED Driving School Lesson
  • Dobbies Garden Club annual membership
  • Money to spend at Cafe Rouge, Prezzo, Zizzi or Pizza Express.

Popular questions about Tesco Clubcard

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What is 1000 Tesco Clubcard points worth?

1000 Clubcard points will grant you a £10 voucher to spend in-store or at the petrol station. Alternatively, you’ll be able to spend up to £40 on deals from partners thanks to the Clubcard Boost scheme.

Where’s my Tesco Clubcard number?

You can find your Tesco Clubcard number written across your card. If the number has worn off and become ineligible, call the number on this page for further assistance or visit the customer service desk of your local store.

How many Tesco Clubcard points to a pound?

There is one point to every £1 spent in store, online or at the pump, as well as partner Esso garages.

Are Tesco Clubcard vouchers transferable?

Unfortunately, Tesco Clubcard vouchers are not transferable. To use them, you’ll often be asked to present the Clubcard so that the cashier can check to see that the Clubcard number on both the card and vouchers is the same. The only way that Clubcard vouchers can be transferred is if you lose your card, as points will be transferred to the new card.

Tesco Clubcard: Which magazine?

You can exchange your Tesco Clubcard points for a magazine subscription. Partner publications include: Angling Times, Autosport Magazine, BBC Good Food, BBC Wildlife, Country Living Magazine, Empire, Good Housekeeping, Harpers Bazaar, Marie Claire, OK!, PC Gamer, Radio Times, Viz, What Car? and Your Dog, amongst many more. The subscriptions will either be for six months or a year. You’ll usually get a code sent to your email which you enter on the magazine’s website to activate your subscription.

A brief history of Tesco Clubcard

The idea of a clubcard was first thrown around in 1993 when the Tesco marketing team were asked to investigate the possibility of a loyalty card. The scheme launched soon after but did not reach popularity until 2005 when it was rebranded to scanned cards rather than swiped. To find out more, visit the Tesco clubcard website.

For more information about Tesco clubcard services, call the Tesco Clubcard contact number.




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