In the year to February 2016 Tesco made 162 million profit as it attempted to fend off growing competition from discount stores Aldi universal passholder ticket discounts and Lidl.
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Tesco has told customers its next Clubcard Boost event, which runs from 16 May to 26 June and includes iPods and games consoles, will be their last chance to partake.
On first appearance it would appear that this is a cost saving exercise for Tesco as they are now only aiming to work with expanding their 'partner schemes' which allow customers to buy things in other outlets.".Have you been affected by a retailer's rule changes?This will be our last Boost event but in the coming months well have more exciting news to share about how Tesco Clubcard will offer customers even better value all year round.We want to hear about.Go to homepage, contact Us, site Map, if you continue having trouble please contact our customer service helpline.Earlier this month the value of Tesco's shares plunged almost 8pc after its chief executive Dave Lewis warned the company's growing profits would slow in the first half of 2016.Tesco credit card holders saw their cash earnings halved as a result of new European laws that forced several high street lenders to withdraw cashback deals.A Tesco spokesperson said: Were improving Tesco Clubcard to make it simpler, straightforward and more appealing for our customers.In November Tesco Bank slashed earnings on shopping outside its own supermarket, meaning customers now earn 1p worth of points per 8 they spend, which can be redeemed in-store or at some restaurants and businesses.Helen Dewdney, founder of consumer blog, said: "There are many customers who like to use these boosts in store - especially on wine at Christmas.Writing on a m forum one Tesco shopper said Truly gutted, I save my points all year and then double up at Christmas for the children's Christmas presents.".
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Tesco customers will be hundreds of pounds worse off each year as the supermarket has cancelled its "Clubcard Boost" scheme which doubles the value of store points on certain dates.The decision is a blow to families saving their Clubcard points to pay for seasonal occasions such as Christmas, when the giant retailer has until now held national Clubcard Boost "events" lasting several weeks.Shoppers saving points for Christmas may be disappointed to hear its "Clubcard Boost" scheme has been scrapped Credit: Tesco.You can still browse our site to find another feature or store you're looking for.During the previous year the company lost.3 billion.Make the most of your.Clubcard vouchers with 3 options to spend.Get up to 4x the value with, clubcard, boost.Double Ovens; Hoods Splashback;.'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than 100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.