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Tesco Has Been Chastised For Its ‘Awful’ Clubcard Price Variations


Tesco has been chastised for a “terrible” price discrepancy between the regular and Clubcard prices of a single product.

While the retailer’s loyalty card is recognized for providing consumers with discounts, one shopper noted a “ridiculous” price difference for one item in particular.

She took to Twitter to voice her indignation that the goods were priced at £40 for normal shoppers, but only £16 for those with a Clubcard.

According to the Manchester Evening News, she questioned why the supermarket was selling the item at such a high price when customers with the card could get it at a lower price.

“Through Clubcard Prices, we’re providing more than 20 million customers access to thousands of unique offers on everything from everyday basics like fruit and veg to luxuries like prosecco and ice cream,” a Tesco representative told Bristol Live.

Tesco recently stated that it would be revamping its Clubcard system for consumers who shop online frequently, eliminating paper copies of their quarterly Clubcard statement and vouchers in favor of electronic delivery.

Those who received an email about the change and wish to continue receiving their statement and vouchers by mail may check into their MyClubcard account online, click on statement settings,’ and change it back to ‘by post.’

If you modify your options after May 5, your May statement and vouchers will be emailed to you, but your August statement and vouchers will be mailed to you.

The change comes after the supermarket announced that it will open 59 additional branches across the UK in the next 12 months.

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