Tesco Clubcard Changes To Come Into Play Next Month
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Tesco will launch some major changes to its Clubcard scheme from next month.
From May, the supermarket giant will be switching up the way customers receive rewards - but not everyone will be affected.
As of next month, Tesco will scrap paper coupons for certain customers, unless the shopper specifically requests them.
Instead, vouchers will arrive via email, with barcodes for customers to scan at the checkout.
The change is set to impact those who regularly shop online. Those customers should receive an email explaining the changes, what you need to do next and how you can opt back in to receiving paper coupons if you wish.
The move will not affect everyone, so if you don't receive an email, you shouldn't be impacted.
If you do want to opt back in to receiving paper coupons, all you need to do is sign into your Clubcard account, select 'statement preferences' and revert back to 'by post' by 5th May.
If you change your preferences after 5th May, you'll receive your May coupons digitally, but your August vouchers will arrive via post.
It's thought the move is a step towards becoming more sustainable, by eliminating the need for paper statements and coupons.
By having a Tesco Clubcard, you'll collect one point for every £1 spent in store and every £2 spent on fuel.
One point is worth 1p, but you can also trade coupons in for vouchers (worth three times the value) at a number of restaurants or Cineworld.
There are also ways to save while you shop, too, with many every day grocery items priced cheaper for those with a Clubcard.
For example, earlier this year, we told you how shoppers were gutted after the supermarket revealed it would be increasing the price of the beloved meal deal.
The price of a meal deal increases by 50p to £3.50, unless you have a Clubcard - in which case, the price remains at £3.
To sign up for a Clubcard, you can visit the website here.