Tesco is largest retailer in the UK. Famous as a super-market they now sell everything from insurance, to electronics, toys, fashion, food and wine, and even banking services, you name it they sell it. You can order groceries online which are delivered to your home in 2 hour slots. On top of that you can order everything else from Tesco Direct which sells all non-food items, think of a big version of Argos.
They are also famous for the Tesco’s Clubcard, which lets you earn points and issues vouchers every three months. You get 1 point for every £1 spent. If you exchange your clubcard points you will double your points. With a Tesco voucher code, you will enjoy even more savings. Visit www.Tesco.com Read more about Tesco
How to add a Tesco voucher code
On the "Payment" stage of the Tesco checkout process there is a section titled "Use Clubcard vouchers or eCoupons", see screen-grab below. You can now enter the code into the box provided and then click the "Use code" button. The page will then refresh and confirm if the code is valid or not. Next enter your payment details and you will be able to complete your purchase.
Tesco was founded in 1919 by Jack Cohen from a market stall in London’s East End. Since then, Cohen’s empire has reached 12 countries and employs 530,000 people. Tesco is now the second largest retailer in the world in terms of profit, after Wal-mart.
Price Promise is one of Tesco’s famous promises guaranteeing you’ll pay less with them. Once you’ve shopped, you can compare your receipt to Asda, Sainsbury’s and Morrison’s at https://www.tescopricepromise.com/
. If you’ve overpaid, they’ll issue a voucher for up to £10 of the difference.
Delivery and costs and policy
Tesco’s delivery costs vary according to the distributor, the delivery method, and the cost of the products being delivered. However, costs and times will be disclosed upon checkout. Read the details here: http://www.tesco.com/direct/help/delivery-info.page#delivery-times-and-costs
Tesco will take returns on books, digital audio players, digital cameras and photo frames, camcorders, hard drives, USB devices, laptops, desktops, netbooks, tablets, satellite navigation systems and games consoles within 14 days of receipt. But cannot return perishable goods, unhygienic items and products, or opened CDs, DVDs, audio, video, and computer software. Everything else, they will return within 28 days of receipt. Read the details of their return policy here: http://www.tesco.com/direct/help/returns-policy.page
Tesco strives to be the best for the customers, as well as their employees. And have been recgonised by various organisations over the past few years. They were named Britain’s Top Employer 2013, Grocer Gold Awards as a Green Retailer of the Year 2012, A Top 10 Green Company in UK in 2011 by the Carbon Disclosure Project, and more.
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