Reminder! Tesco Clubcard Changes Will Be Implemented on Monday

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You might recall the complete mess Tesco made back in January, announcing some changes to Clubcard redemptions and almost immediately back-tracking due to public pressure. Well, those changes are due to be implemented on Monday, 10 June 2018.

However, should you be rushing to convert your Clubcard vouchers into something? Well, you certainly should do if you want to use one of these 57 soon-to-be-gone partners:

  • Hurtigruten
  • Condor Ferries
  • Verdant Leisure
  • Just Go! Holidays
  • Scottish YHA
  • Bridge the World
  • Select Hotels of Ireland
  • The Belmond Luxury Train Journeys
  • New Forest Hotels
  • My Taylor-Made Holiday
  • Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway
  • Cruise & Maritime Voyages
  • Belleair Hollidays
  • Leger Holidays
  • River Cruising
  • Funway USA & Mexico Holidays
  • apartments4you
  • Classic Lodges
  • Leger Holidays
  • Hastings Hotels
  • HMS Belfast
  • IWM Duxford
  • Viking River Cruise
  • Virgin Balloon Flights
  • Cadw
  • Land Rover Experience
  • RSPB membership
  • Snow Factor
  • Mid Hants Railway
  • Watercress Line
  • Le Boat
  • SeaQuarium Somerset
  • Compton Acres
  • Red Letter Days
  • Everyman Motor Racing
  • Council for British Archaeology
  • The London Bridge Experience
  • Ascot Racecourse
  • SeaQuarium – Rhyl
  • Everyman Motor Racing Junior
  • Greenmeadow Community Farm
  • Manchester United Stadium Tours
  • The Llama Park
  • Denby Pottery Visitor Centre
  • Cutty Sark
  • Churchill War Rooms
  • Chiltern Open Air Museum
  • Funky Monkeys Soft Play Cafes
  • Your Dog Magazine
  • Your Cat Magazine
  • OK! Magazine
  • Halfords
  • Techniquest
  • RED Driving School
  • Pickfords Removal
  • ShakeAway
  • Mowchak Tandoori Restaurant
  • Figleaves
  • Treatwell

But since you are reading InsideFlyer UK, I imagine that none of those partners really ever interested you. You might have auto-convert set up for Avios, especially if you are grandfathered onto the £2.50 = 800 Avios rate. Or you might follow my regular advice and wait for conversion bonuses for Virgin Atlantic Flying Club.

But on Monday most Clubcard partners will offer 3x face value for Clubcard vouchers. So which ones will make the most sense?


1. Uber

For avid users of Uber in the United Kingdom, this reward option is a true 3x valuation. There is no cashback lost, no especially-inflated room rates, etc. You simply receive credit into your Uber account that you spend when using Uber in the United Kingdom.

2. RedSpottedHanky

There aren’t too many options for earning cashback or special discounts when buying train tickets. So, using your Clubcard vouchers for RedSpottedHanky credit is a true 3x valuation.


Although you would receive a notional 3x valuation, your subsequent hotel stay won’t qualify for Rewards (where you get one night free for every ten paid –> a 10% rebate). You also won’t earn any cashback when booking using Tesco vouchers.  As a result, you’d be receiving more like 2.5x value instead of a true 3x value…



There’s probably no reason to panic before Monday, but it might be worth one last look to see if one of the soon-to-disappear partners is a likely candidate for a family excursion this summer. Otherwise just hang on to your Clubcard vouchers and wait for the next conversion bonus…  😉

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