Tesco Clubcard or Nectar?
Nectar’s a bit shite if you ask me. Clubcard has a lot more stuff on which to spend your vouchers. Do you use a company credit card or one of your own (and are you disciplined and pay it off)? If your own, get a clubcard credit card which racks up the points quite quickly. You’d probably pay for a tunnel crossing in fuel alone.Posted 4 years agoJamieMember
Clubcard is much better than Nectar, mainly for Clubcard Boost.
x2 the value to spend at Tescos on certain items at certain times…usually Christmas period. Although they have been running it for their Hudl most the year.
x2-4 the value on meals/attractions/services all year round.
Nectar, on the other hand, is shite.Posted 4 years agoTraceySubscriber
Clubcard for me. Had loads of holidays on it with the swaps on 4x and 3x. Always use it for our tunnel crossing for our alps trip. Going away next weekend on a 4x offer with Warner holidays. Theres some promotion on till September where you get fuel points on the card for money off on the pumpsPosted 4 years agoGolfChickMember
Nectar were good when they allowed you to spend at amazon, however, that option was removed sometime ago and they’re now fairly pointless IMO. Always collect club card and think the places you can spend them is quite good. They also have excellent customer support if for example your vouchers get stolen which we experienced recently. Spend all ours at pizza express but can use em for magazine subscriptions too which im tempted with.Posted 4 years agoKryton57Subscriber
Nectar is better than suggested but they don’t make it obvious. For example, you can get double points on CRC and wiggle, an BP for fuel.
Use a Nectar credit card and all purchases are x 2 on it and the nectar card. So £50 in bp for fuel on the CC gets you 200 points. We use ours to fund Xmas and basically it pays for all our food and booze to the tune of £300 every year.Posted 4 years agoPhilbyMember
Got a mailing from Nectar today with loads of vouchers on – only 2 were of any remote interest to me, otherwise just a waste of paper.
Tesco’s Clubcard seems much better than Nectar – unfortunately my local supermarket is a Sainsbury’s I can walk to, and I’m rather anti-Tesco so rarely use their stores.Posted 4 years ago
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