Tesco slashes Easter eggs to 75p – but only certain customers can get them – here’s now

Martin Lewis provides Tesco customers with Clubcard advice

Tesco Clubcard Prices rewards customers with exclusive deals in-store and online. It sees hundreds of products across the supermarket cut to a cheaper price. The most recent deal in the system includes a range of Easter eggs on sale for just 75p, however, customers need to be fast to benefit.

To get Clubcard Prices, customers need to scan their Clubcard app or tap their Clubcard key/fob at the checkout. 

If customers are shopping online, they’ll have a Clubcard number on their account and so prices will automatically be reduced. 

The newest offer comes two months before Easter, and is available online and in-store from today.

Tesco are describing the eggs as “medium” in size with weights ranging between 119g and 129g.

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The reduced chocolate includes KitKat, Rolo, Aero and Smarties. 

For shoppers who don’t have a Clubcard, the eggs will cost £1.

You can also still sign up for a Clubcard online to take advantage of this deal and many others on offer at the moment.

For delivery, the deal is available for just five days until February 9.

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Other grocery items are also available in the deal including cereal, biscuits and dishwasher tablets.

Customers can spend their collected Clubcard points to save money in-store, online and at the pump at Tesco filling stations.

They can also be used to save money on days out and travelling too. 

The supermarket giant is also offering an Aldi Price Match, to help customers save money where they can.

Tesco said: “Our Aldi Price Match means we’ve matched the prices on hundreds of Tesco and branded products against prices in Aldi.

“Look out for the ‘Aldi Price Match’ bubble in-store or fill your basket online!”

Tesco check prices in Aldi stores twice a week and only match a price where they find it a minimum price in five of their supermarkets. 

Tesco recently unveiled its Valentine’s Day range, for just £15.

In the meal deal, shoppers can pick up one starter, main, side, vegetable dish, pudding as well as a drink.

Each course serves two people and Tesco Finest Prosecco is also on the menu.

Customers can pick the meal deal up in-store between February 8 and February 14.

When shopping in-store, customers should shop alone and only shop for the essentials they need.

Another rule that Tesco has implemented is a one-in, one-out rule where the supermarket monitors the number of customers in-store at any one time..

The retailer added: “We continue to limit the number of people in our stores and we have a ‘one-in, one-out’ system in place to ensure social distancing.”

To help reduce the number of customers in-store, Tesco also has a traffic light system in the majority of its stores.

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