finance

Tesco Clubcard holders can get up to 50% off bedding plus an extra £5 off


TESCO is offering a whopping 50% off on Silentnight bedding for its Clubcard holders.

There’s also discounts on bedding by Tesco itself and from Hinch, though you don’t save as much.

Clubcard holders get a bargain on Silentnight bedding

1

Clubcard holders get a bargain on Silentnight beddingCredit: Facebook / Money Saver Bargain Hunters

Even better, if you spend more than £20, you can get an extra £5 off at checkout.

To get the additional discount you need to enter the code GRFY4P when it comes to paying the bill.

The duvet sets, pillows and throws are available in store, but you can also order them online through the Tesco website.

If you have a king-size bed, you have the widest choice of duvet sets.

The Silentnight range includes a cream faux fur option, a blush pink duvet set and a grey and white version.

The king-size version is usually £35 but discounted to £17.50 for Clubcard holders.

Confusingly, the double is more expensive. It comes in at £40, discounted to £20 with a Clubcard.

The single bed options cost the same as the king size.

The Tesco own-brand duvets come in brushed check or fairisle and the Hinch oversized duvets come in silver and grey.

With a Clubcard, you can save up to £5 on Tesco duvets and up to £7 on Hinch duvets.

All the discounted bedding can be found online here.

There’s also discounts on cushions and throws, including 50% off on a Silentnight pillow and a Silentnight throw.

You can browse the discounted pillows here.

The mega discounts were spotted by an eagle-eyed shopper in the Money Saver Bargain Hunters Facebook page.

One commenter said: “We bought these last year and they are lovely!”

Another added: “I think I might have to go Tesco for one of these.”

And a third said: “Iv been buying these since last year they are amazing I sleep like a baby and already Iv brought 8 as Christmas presents for couples. I got 3 sets just for my bed.”

The Tesco Clubcard scheme is free to join, so it’s well worth doing if you shop there.

Make sure you swipe your card every time or you could miss out on big discounts.

It’s not just homeware, Tesco slashes costs on groceries for its Clubcard holders too.

As well as getting big discounts on certain items, Tesco Clubcard holders also collect points which can be put towards future shopping.

But if you want to make the most of your points, you’re better off putting them towards experiences where you can get up to three times the value.

You can exchange the vouchers for all sorts of things including days out, restaurant meals, and even a haircut.

We’ve rounded up 14 ways to boost your Tesco Clubcard vouchers so you can maximise their value.

Tesco shoppers have just a couple weeks left to spend Clubcard vouchers before they expire.

The supermarket gave customers an extra six months to spend the loyalty scheme coupons due to disruption caused by the pandemic.

Shoppers are raving about Tesco’s new line of shackets, loungewear and even glam evening wear

We pay for your stories!

Do you have a story for The Sun Money team?

Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk





READ SOURCE

Leave a Reply

This website uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you accept our use of cookies.  Learn more