I am blogging about this because don’t think many people are aware of how great the Tesco Clubcard deals are for days out! Whenever I have mentioned it to friends, they are always surprised so that has made me think it is a bit of a secret that needs sharing. Here are some of my favourite days out with Tesco.
Where can I find the deals?
The Tesco website has a link to ways the vouchers can be spent and this has all the current days out available, as well as other offers. https://secure.tesco.com/clubcard/boost/fun/days-out/4294967290%7C4294967277.cat
My favourites are the really great value deals such as Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. The ticket for that is valid for a year to allow return visits and only costs £7 in vouchers instead of the usual £35. We have used this offer before but I am planning to buy it again this summer because there is just so much so see there! My favourites are HMS Victory, the Mary Rose Museum and the boat trip around the docks. Keep a look out for the post I shall do about the docks wen we go. 😉
Other favourites I shall be using are: Blenheim Place (currently out of stock), Longleat, Warwick Castle and the Black Country Museum. These are all fairly local to me but there are attractions all over the country including theme parks such as Thorpe Park. People have written reviews about the places and also about how easy it was to use the vouchers. There is also a membership option for English Heritage which covers lots of castles and other historic buildings.
In addition there are opportunities to exchange vouchers for train tickets on Red Spotted Hanky.
How do you do it?
Go to the website, browse what you wish to visit and put the appropriate number of deals into your basket. Tesco will email a code for you to use and this is what you exchange at the attraction, rather than the actual clubcard voucher. I usually print my code email and take it with me but there are reviews where people have shown the code on a mobile phone. (It is best to check with the specific deal that this is ok before travelling without a printed version though!)
This post isn’t sponsored – I just wanted to share something which I think is a great deal. 🙂