With Easter over and the bank holiday weekend a distant memory, Tesco Mobile is offering some exciting deals to give some extra value to its customers as the month of May approaches.
This month, customers can get their hands on extra Clubcard points on selected mobile phones, which could take as much as £20 off a Tesco shop.
Tesco Mobile is offering extra Clubcard points on the following deals to new and existing customers, on selected handsets: the Samsung Galaxy J3, available for £12.50 a month with 500 minutes, 5000 texts and 500MB of data, and the Alcatel Pop 4 is available for £7.50 a month with 250 minutes, 5000 texts and 500MB of data. Both of these mobile phones will earn customers an extra 1000 Clubcard points.
For customers looking to save even more money, the following deals also offer customers 2000 extra Clubcard points, equalling up to £20 off a Tesco shop. The Sony Xperia XA1 is available for £19 a month with 500 minutes, 5000 texts and 500MB of data, and customers can also snap up the Moto G5 for £14.50 with 500 minutes, 5000 texts and 500MB of data.
Customers can also make savings with their extra Clubcard points when they treat the family with one of Tesco’s Clubcard partners. Simply exchange Clubcard vouchers for rewards such as cinema trips to Cineworld or Odeon, as well as meals out at Pizza Express or Prezzo. These activities should keep the whole family happy, and lighten the load on the entertainment budget for the month. Click here to find out more on the range of Tesco Clubcard partners.
Extra Clubcard points are one of many rewards that customers can also get through Tesco Mobile’s Family Perks. Family Perks provides a range of helpful rewards to suit each customer. Families who pay together under one bill can get additional value every single month with extra minutes, extra data, Clubcard points and money off their mobile bills.
The deals are available from Monday 24th April to Sunday 21st May. For more information on these deals, as well as other savings click here today!
Published on 24th April 2017