Tesco shopper shares trick for getting £60 worth of rewards with only 20 points

Tesco customers will know just how handy the Clubcard can be when out shopping.

It works wonders for the checkout aisle as shoppers can finding themselves saving a lot of money.

There's options to swap vouchers for discounts worth more at other places, like holiday parks and restaurants.

Now sharing in popular Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains, the shopper's post racked up thousands of likes.

The user said: "Just spoke to someone who didn't know they could spend Tesco Clubcard on other things, and triple their vouchers."

They shared a picture of some of the options for £20 worth of Clubcard vouchers.

Instead the customer could save £60 at Hungry Horse pubs, Cineworld, or the same amount at Butlins or Hoseasons.

Tesco has hundreds of reward partners which means customers can get triple the value of their Clubcard voucher with them.

And the shopper's trick was new information for many who rushed to comment under the post.

One admitted they "didn't know that" it was possible to triple the value with the Clubcard loyalty scheme.

Other Facebook users shared the treats they were able to bag with the tip.

A shopper said: "I've just done this with the Cineworld one.

"Definitely worth it I didn't know until a few weeks ago will be definitely saving again for other things."

It's worth keeping tabs on Clubcard promotions as previously Tesco announced a mega offer on baby products.

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Shoppers were able to nab 50% off certain items – plus an extra £5 off earlier this month.

The supermarket giant offered a huge 50% off on Silentnight bedding, but you'll have to be a Clubcard customer.

These duvet sets, pillow and throws were available in store, but customers could order them online through the Tesco website.

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