Deal of the week: Tesco is slashing prices by up to 50% for Clubcard holders

3 May 2019

You can get a 50% discount on selected products at Tesco if you are a Clubcard holder.

What’s the deal exactly?

Tesco is slashing prices by up to 50% less for selected products throughout May as part of its centenary celebrations.

All Clubcard holders have to do is tap their card or scan the Clubcard app at the till.

Customers who don’t have a Clubcard can get the discounts by downloading the app and registering.

Online customers will get their discounts automatically and they will show on their final customer delivery note.

Why should I care?

The offer is a great way of saving money on your weekly shop. Items such as coffee, crisps, pet food, televisions, BBQs and F&F clothing are all included.

Examples of some of the available in large stores include:

ProductClubcard priceUsual priceDiscount
Nescafe Espresso Instant Coffee 100g£2.24£4.4950%
Nescafe Gold Origins Uganda Kenya 100g£2.24£4.4950%
Tesco Gold Instant Coffee 200g£1.99£2.9933%
Sharp 40 inch smart full HD TV with Freeview Play£199.00£269.0026% (Save £70.00)
Heinz Tomato Ketchup 250g£0.60£1.2050%
F&F Light shower resistant jacket£21.75£29.0025%
Grill Chef by Landamann 3 Burner BBQ£100£20050%
Felix cat food mixed selection in jelly 40x100g£8.50£10.0015%
Source: Tesco, May 2019

What’s the catch?

The offer is valid from 7 May until 26 May. To qualify you must present your Clubcard/app at the time of purchase.

The discounts apply to nearly 200 products, according to Tesco. 

What are my other options?

If you are looking to make some savings, you can also go to a website such as, which can help you compare the prices between supermarkets.

Where can I find out more?

Head to the Tesco website to find out more about the Clubcard. 


In reply to by anonymous_stub (not verified)

This is a total con job by Tesco. "Offer" is valid for a limited time period and less than 200 products?!?! The non-discounted prices are all artificially inflated and the post-discount prices are not even competitive with other supermarkets especially the so-called "discounters" (Lidl, Aldi) who ALWAYS keep their prices low and when they have "offers", you can bet they are genuine offers!

In reply to by anonymous_stub (not verified)

Not as good as it looks. Of the eight products quoted, not even one would normally appear on my shopping list. Only four have the 50% discount (the rest are "up to ..."), two are distinctly "high ticket", and the three coffees are competing directly with each other.

In reply to by anonymous_stub (not verified)

I have a Tesco clubcard. I noticed higher prices on some of my usual items when I visited Egham store on Saturday 4 May. The Tesco bosses ploy is then to trumpet 200 items that will be half price from Tuesday 7 May, but not in all stores.Customers being bamboozled again by cynical management? I laugh through gritted teeth.From erstwhile customer, Jenny Maywood

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