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Tesco customers with clubcard vouchers due to expire this month will be given an extra six months to use them.

Any vouchers issued in May 2018 and due to expire on 31 May 2020 will now not expire until 30 November 2020. This gives customers an extra six months to use them.

If you have Clubcard vouchers expiring in May 2020, you’ll see a new expiry date for them in your online account.​

Paper vouchers and Tesco Bank vouchers which expire in May 2020 will also be accepted in-store until 30 November 2020.

Vouchers that have already been issued which expire after May 2020 will not change and will continue to be valid for two years from the date they were issued.​

Tesco has also extended the time customers can use their Reward partner vouchers from six months to 12 months from the original order date.

Customers should visit the Tesco Reward Partners page on the Clubcard website for updates on where and how to redeem them.

More on the Tesco Clubcard points and vouchers

Clubcard members can collect one point for every £1 spent in-store and online at Tesco.

Tesco turns these into vouchers to help save on future shops or they can be worth up to triple their value when used with one of the retailer’s reward partners.

You can check the number of points and vouchers you have via the Clubcard app.

Vouchers are valid for two years and can be used for shopping trips online and in-store.

Tesco is now also giving customers additional time to get Clubcard points added retrospectively to their accounts, in a bid to help those who are self-isolating, social distancing or waiting for a replacement card.

For any transactions from 23 March 2020 when the government lockdown measures were enforced, until Sunday 14 June 2020, Tesco will honour any outstanding Clubcard points owed to customers if they present their receipt to the customer service desk (points may only be claimed for up to two receipts per day).

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