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Savvy shopper shares trick for turning £50 Tesco Clubcard vouchers into £150 worth of Denby items


 A BARGAIN hunter managed to score £155 worth of Denby kitchen essentials for a fiver by saving up her Tesco Clubcard vouchers.

The shopper took to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook to share tips on how she made the massive saving.

The shopper got these steamers, originally £125, as part of her haul

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The shopper got these steamers, originally £125, as part of her haul

As a Tesco Clubcard member, you can collect one point for every £1 you spend in store and online, or one point for every £2 you spend on fuel.

Tesco then turns your points into vouchers to spend, and 150 points will get you a £1.50 voucher.

You can then “boost” your voucher if you spend them with certain retailers.

For Denby, every £0.50 in vouchers you save will be turned into £1.50 to spend at the store.

The happy shopper shared her whopping discount to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook

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The happy shopper shared her whopping discount to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on FacebookCredit: Facebook

The savvy shopper said she used her vouchers, which she gets sent yearly, to get the massive discount.

“Having seen lots of posts of people using Tesco vouchers to buy from Denby I thought I would give it a try,” she said. 

“£50 in vouchers tripled to £150 so only paid £5 plus £4.95 delivery.”

The items she picked were already on sale as well.

The three steamers were reduced to £87.50 from £125, and the cutlery set was discounted to £67.50 from £135.

Clubcard customers posted comments saying they were impressed with the saving.

“Thank you so much for posting this, I’ve just ordered this!” said one shopper, posting a link to a 44 piece cutlery set from Denby.

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If you’re looking for other places to spend your vouchers, then check out Tesco’s website for more details here.

You can save up your vouchers to grab a meal at Pizza Express, or even save them to spend on a cruise.

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