Tesco vouchers - what do you do?

(33 Posts)

Looking for some ideas, haven't got very much (£50) but the x2 boost for toys/food isn't inspiring me.

In the past I've exchanged for Pizza Express or similar vouchers which are good value, but we're slightly struggling financially so exchanging vouchers for something we wouldn't do anyway feels odd.

fuzzpig Sun 10-Nov-13 16:24:17

That's great Tobago thanks. smile

Katieweasel Sun 10-Nov-13 18:50:42

I bought our family an Airkix voucher. It's an indoor skydiving centre. For a family of five it was £57 of vouchers. Usually £170. Five family members sorted for free. Thank you Tesco!

FriskyMare Sun 10-Nov-13 19:36:24

We usually get about £250 a year in vouchers although have switched some shopping to Aldi so they will go down, so far this year we have bought 2 watches at Goldsmiths, a hudl and I'm converting some for DD to take some friends out for a meal for her birthday. Will have about £30 of vouchers left which I will probably save a later date.

Whistleblower0 Mon 11-Nov-13 12:20:15

I have just booked a hotel weekend away for dh and i,smile changed some for meal tokens, ask spagetti house and prezzo. Have £12.50 left, so Might get some cinema vouchers, or theme park tickets in the new year.

LittleSiouxieSue Mon 11-Nov-13 12:45:33

Convert the whole lot to Avios and fly somewhere special!

girlywhirly Mon 11-Nov-13 13:15:13

I don't want anything to boost my clubcard vouchers for, except to spend on my Christmas food bill. The website is misleading too, in that if you shop online the option says Groceries, then when you click on that, it's just to spend on stuff that is non-grocery. Even the wine and champagne offer is only for the Tesco Finest range, none of any other drinks people buy at Christmas.

I don't do all my shopping at Tesco anyway, I prefer to support more local shops and businesses and buy items that Tesco doesn't offer.

Whistleblower0 Mon 11-Nov-13 16:43:48

I never use them instore for shopping. I like to maximise their useage, so try to use them for X3 or X4 value for lots of nice meals, days out, magazine subscriptions, and occassionally on double up for christmas.
Was going to buy a Tassimo machine on double up but decided against it in the end.
I'm doing most of my grocery shopping in asda aldi and lidl these days.
Get most of my points from the credit card, fuel,
and by taking advantage of points offers when the come along.

SkullyAndBones Mon 11-Nov-13 16:46:30

mine are boosted to pay for the majority of the kids christmas presents.

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