Tesco updates Clubcard voucher rules as expiry dates change – here's what to know

Supermarkets have had to constantly update shopping rules during the coronavirus pandemic. Tesco has shared the latest changes for those with Clubcard vouchers to spend.

The points can quickly add up and 150 pounds is worth £1.50 in vouchers.

These can be transferred into Tesco vouchers that can be spent like cash inside the supermarket.

Shoppers can also swap these for vouchers on days out, meals in restaurants and holidays.

What has changed?

Tesco Clubcard vouchers are usually only valid for two years.


However, the retailer has updated it’s policy to give more flexibility during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Tesco website stated: “This year, as a little help from Clubcard, we extended Clubcard vouchers for a further six. months. Here are the updated expiry dates.

“Clubcard vouchers expiring in May 2020 will now expire in November 2020.

“Clubcard vouchers expiring in August 2020 will expire in February 2021.

If they are not spent within the two year time limit, customers lose them.

Many shoppers are sure to benefit from the updated expiry dates.

With coronavirus restrictions constantly updating, spending vouchers has become more difficult this year.

The restrictions have forced Britons to change how they spend their free time.

source: express.co.uk