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Message posted by Frannyvan on 14/5/2015 at 7:34am
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Is it me, or are there significantly less places that you can use Tesco vouchers for days out?
I've been planning what I need to save my vouchers for, for Whitsun and Summer hols and there just seems to be a lot less choice for family days out. Are Tesco going out of favour?

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I think Tesco is struggling a bit. Certainly my local store has deteriorated greatly over the last few years to the point where I now do my main shop elsewhere and only use Tesco for stuff I have forgotten or I can't get anywhere else.

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Message posted by Frannyvan on 14/5/2015 at 7:13pm
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I don't actually shop in Tesco but do all of our spending on a Tesco credit card. The idea was to get points to help with the cost of family days out on holiday. School holidays are a way of attrations making a pretty penny out of families.
we are staying in Sussex at Whitsun half term and Tesco days out are few and far between. I'm sure they used to have more stuff.
Would have loved a bit of discount for Arundel Castle!

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Our local Tesco is sinking down fast, it was only a small store, not one of those 'extra' stores, but thanks to Punch taverns now building brand new Co-op stores on what was once non profit making pub land, and sticking a couple within a small radius of our home, local people are voting with their feet for the much cheaper and better stock of goods at the Co-op.

Its rather left Tesco very quiet indeed, the Co-ops are also nearer to the main offices and the schools, so have gained greater custom and footfall as people are walking to and from work and school.

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I collect the vouchers but only use them to pay for the tunnel.




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Message posted by Chizzi on 20/5/2015 at 6:42pm
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If you have kids, get them to try for a Blue Peter badge. My tweenie has had great fun completing challenges and loves waiting for a reply back from them.
She now is the proud owner of three badges and has her very own Blue Peter ID. With that she can get into lots of attractions free of charge when accompanied with a paying adult.
Used this with Tesco vouchers for family day out at the Eden Project. Think we spent £25 in total.


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Brilliant!

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Message posted by Fiona W on 28/5/2015 at 3:33pm
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We use our Tesco vouchers for English Heritage membership. Costs about one third what it would do otherwise (about £25 instead of £80 for 2 adults at one address). EH membership gets us free into Historic Scotland sites and the Welsh equivalent. Given entry to Stirling Castle and Edinburgh Castle is roughly £15-20 per adult, we've pretty much paid for our membership / day out on the first use of our cards, and every subsequent visit costs us nothing at all.

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We use our vouchers for the Channel Tunnel...an idea I got from this very site. Cheers!

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We're going to use our tesco vouchers for Longleat in August - £27 worth of vouchers instead of over £60 on the bank card to get 3 of us in.

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I think that you can also use them for railcards.

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I use my vouchers for Tunnel crossings, railcards, and magazine subs.

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Tescos, Sainsburys...most supermarket offers have gone down the pan these days. What's happened to customer loyalty?

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What's happened with bringing back two year old posts.

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Quote: Originally posted by Fiona W on 28/5/2015
We use our Tesco vouchers for English Heritage membership. Costs about one third what it would do otherwise (about £25 instead of £80 for 2 adults at one address). EH membership gets us free into Historic Scotland sites and the Welsh equivalent. Given entry to Stirling Castle and Edinburgh Castle is roughly £15-20 per adult, we've pretty much paid for our membership / day out on the first use of our cards, and every subsequent visit costs us nothing at all.



I was going to say English heritage because they have places all over the country . Lots of castles etc


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