Martin Lewis explains how Tesco customers can save hundreds on their Christmas shop

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Martin Lewis explained on his tonight show that supermarket shoppers can save huge amounts of money on their Christmas shop. With Christmas just a few months away and usually one of the most expensive occasions when it comes to food and gifts, savvy shoppers will be happy to know that there are huge savings to be made at supermarkets like Tesco this year. .

The idea behind the program according to Tesco is to “make your Christmas a little easier”.On their website it says: “Just log into your Clubcard account and subscribe to the Christmas Saver program from the” Voucher Program “page. We’ll start registering your vouchers instantly.

“Use your coupons to save on your purchases with us or to save even greater savings with hundreds of our reward partners.

“Keep earning points for spending normally. We will keep your Clubcard vouchers until November 2020, but you will continue to receive statements throughout the year so you can track your savings.

“If you want to save more, just go to the store and top up your Christmas Saver account with your own money at checkout or customer service, starting at £ 1.

“You will earn a nice bonus once you top up a minimum of £ 23 which will take your Christmas savings to go even further. ”

However, when visiting a Tesco store, there are new guidelines that customers must adhere to.

Tesco recently introduced a traffic light system outside some of its stores to help manage the number of customers in the supermarket at any given time.

In a statement on its website, Tesco said: “A statement on Tesco’s website says, ‘To ensure that we are doing everything possible to reduce the risk of infection for our customers and colleagues, we will be introducing new social distancing measures in our stores soon.

“So over the next few weeks you will also start to see a simple ‘traffic light’ system at the entrances to some of our larger stores, to help us manage the flow in and out.”

Aldi was one of the first supermarkets to integrate the system.

The supermarket also recently introduced purchase restrictions on in-store essentials, including three to four units of dried pasta, flour, toilet paper, baby wipes and antibacterial wipes.



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