Earn 4,800 Avios with Tesco Home Insurance – and a new 1,000 point grocery code

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Yesterday I wrote about how to earn 5,000 Clubcard points with Tesco Life Insurance.  However, Tesco is also running a second promotion at the moment.  This lets you earn 2,000 bonus Clubcard points (4,800 Avios or 5,000 Flying Club miles) when you take out their home insurance.

The home page for this offer is here.

2000 Clubcard points

The rules are simple:

Apply by 24th September

Quote code 2000HOME

Must buy combined buildings and contents insurance (so renters are disqualified)

The points are posted immediately, not over the course of the year.  However, you are obviously paying for the full year of cover up front anyway.

Whilst you should obviously shop around for a product like this, it could be a decent deal.  If you value 4,800 Avios at, say, £50 then that is a sizeable rebate on the cost.  The Tesco website says that 60% of its customers have a premium of £195 or less.

Meanwhile ….

A new code has emerged for 1,000 bonus Clubcard points when you spend £50 on groceries from Tesco online.  The code is XXJKTT.  This code can only be used by someone who has not previously ordered from Tesco online groceries – but if you have multiple Clubcards, you may well have one which has not already been used.

(PS.  Don’t forget that Tesco also offers 1,000 bonus Clubcard points when you take out one of their credit cards via a referral.  The Tesco MasterCard has the highest Avios earnings rate of any Visa or MasterCard – click here to read my review and for details of how I can refer youYou can even get the points if you have already got the card, as long as you applied in the last three months.)

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12,000 Avios or 12,500 Flying Club miles (5,000 Clubcard points) with Tesco Life Insurance
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Comments

  1. Tesco is also one of a very few companies that allow you to pay by credit cards and accept American Express with no surcharge, so you could earn additional Avios/points, if you choose to pay the whole premium in advance.

  2. John Trops says:

    ” The Tesco MasterCard has the highest Avios earnings rate of any Visa or MasterCard”

    Even better than the BMi mastercard?

  3. Winters_ says:

    Cheers Raffles – I think I might take advantage of the grocery bonus.

    Do you know if the bonus applies based on the value of your final spend or your spend prior to use of money off vouchers? I’ve got a £5 off £50 conditional spend voucher which I might try for this particular order.

    • Usually before other discounts, inc 241’s etc. Onl 1 XX code is allowes per order, though, so if your spend voucher has an XX code you cannot double up.

  4. Do you still get the 5p off a litre of fuel as well with this code?

    • Trickster says:

      Yes you should, if delivery is during the offer period. It’s not based on order date.

  5. First post – hope I’m doing it correctly! The best way to use Tesco grocery codes is to look for items going into promo the next day. You will be charged the price on the day of delivery but they would have added to your basket at full price. Therefore if you order £50 of full price groceries that will go to half price by the delivery date you’ve chosen your actual cost will only be £25 but you will have qualified for any conditional spend discounts or point bonuses. (They will have an offer banner below showing dates they will be discounted)

  6. creampuff says:

    “Must buy combined buildings and contents insurance (so renters are disqualified)”

    As indeed is anyone that owns a leasehold flat.

  7. William Hughes says:

    Hi,

    It appears the grocery code doesn’t work.

    I’ve tried it and haven’t received the points. I’ve queried it with Tesco and they said it has to be issued to the cardholder. In short, it’s not for generic use.

    Please let me know if anyone else has been more successful than me!

    Thanks

    Will