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Tesco to launch Clubcard Plus

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Written by: Emma Lunn
03/10/2019
Tesco plans to offer a new subscription service offering discounts on shopping and Tesco Mobile in return for a £7.99 a month fee.

New and existing Tesco Clubcard customers will be able subscribe to Clubcard Plus and get up to
four benefits each month.The benefits include:

  • 10 per cent off two big shops in-store (exclusions and limits apply)
  • 10 per cent off selected Tesco brands in-store (F&F, Fred & Flo, Go Cook, Tesco Pet, Carousel, Fox & Ivy) all of the time
  • Double data from Tesco Mobile
  • Tesco Bank credit card with no foreign exchange fees abroad

The scheme’s details are not finalised yet and an exact launch date is yet to be announced. Tesco says customers who sign up will be able to access the Clubcard Plus benefits in the Clubcard app and cancel at any time.

Alessandra Bellini, Tesco chief customer officer, said: “New Clubcard Plus is a breakthrough innovation giving customers even more ways to get the best value while shopping at Tesco, for their everyday essentials, weekly shops, Mobile and Banking”.

Clubcard was first launched in 1995, but Tesco re-vamped the scheme in 2018, introduced contactless cards, and added new reward partners.

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