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Tesco has announced major changes to its Clubcard, which is great news for shoppers.

Customers who use the Clubcard & Grocery app will receive vouchers three times as often from Christmas as part of a revamp of the scheme.

More than four million shoppers using the app will receive personalized coupons every two weeks, up to eight times a year.

Coupons will be selected based on what customers buy and will include bonus points and discounts that they can use in-store and online.

Coupons will be digital and stored in the Clubcard & Grocery app.

If the trial is successful, it could be rolled out to more Tesco customers, reports The Mirror.

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The Clubcard app is different from the Clubcard & Grocery app.

The old Clubcard app will be closed in 2023.

Instead, customers will need to download the Tesco Grocery & Clubcard app, which will replace it.

Tesco customers who receive their Clubcard statement and vouchers by post will continue to do so if they wish.

The Tesco Grocery & Clubcard app allows customers to shop in store and online, earn Clubcard points and use Clubcard coupons and vouchers.

It also has a number of other new features, including a stock checker, a shopping list feature and a tool that allows customers to pay for shopping, earn Clubcard points and use coupons with a single scan.

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Alessandra Bellini, head of customer service at Tesco, said: “Our customers love how their Clubcard helps them save money when they shop, while earning Clubcard points to use on little treats like holidays and dining out, or helping to save on groceries and fuel.”

Tesco opened its first ‘reverse supermarket’ this week as food banks face their toughest winter ever.

Customers simply paid for the products they chose and Tesco matched the value and donated it to charity.

The London pop-up shop is now closed.

Food inflation has risen again, putting more pressure on supermarket shoppers as analysts warn of an “increasingly bleak” winter.

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New figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) show food inflation hit 12.4 per cent in the year to November, the highest since BRC records began.

Shop prices have risen from 11.6% in October and are now 7.4% higher than last November.

The BRC-Nielsen IQ Shop Price Index showed fresh food inflation rose even higher to 14.3 percent, up from 13.3 percent last month.

The prices of meat, eggs and dairy products, as well as coffee, experienced the biggest price jump.

Rising energy, animal feed and transport prices are behind this increase, with costs being passed on to shoppers in stores.


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