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500 Clubcard points (1,200 Avios) with any Tesco Wine order

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Tesco is offering 500 bonus Clubcard points to people who are first-time users of Tesco Wine.

You need to use code XXNKKL when ordering, and it is valid until the end of 2012.

The key thing here is that you can use it on anything on the Tesco Wine site (minimum 1 case), so you could if necessary spend £12 on a case of Bucks Fizz.  

Delivery is £6 if you spend under £50, however, but you will still end up spending a total of £18 for 6 bottles of drink plus 1,200 Avios.

If the Bucks Fizz is not of interest, some of the ‘sale’ cases of wine may look like a good deal when throwing in the points as well.

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How to earn Avios from UK credit cards (July 2021)

As a reminder, there are various ways of earning Avios from UK credit cards.  Many cards also have generous sign-up bonuses!

There are two official British Airways American Express cards:

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BA Premium Plus American Express card BAPP

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You can also get generous sign-up bonuses by applying for American Express cards which earn Membership Rewards points, such as:

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American Express Preferred Rewards Gold

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American Express Platinum card Amex

The Platinum Card from American Express

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We also recommend Capital On Tap for limited companies. You earn 1 Avios per £1 which is impressive for a Visa card:

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Click here to read our detailed summary of all UK credit cards which earn Avios. This includes both personal and small business cards.

(Want to earn more Avios?  Click here to visit our home page for our latest articles on earning and spending your Avios points and click here to see how to earn more Avios this month from offers and promotions.)

Comments (16)

  • Chris says:

    Nice one. Was planning on buying someone 6 bottles of wine for Xmas anyway, so this has slotted in perfect.

    Instead of paying £6 delivery charge just added 6 bottles of the cheapest plonk, so 12 bottles of wine for just over £50, 550 clubcard points and one christmas present done. Happy days.

    Cheers Raffles!

  • Ben E says:

    Or more avios, surely if you hold onto your clubcard points??

    • Raffles says:

      Yes, but I’ve got bored of adding ‘(or potentially 50% more Avios if you wait for a conversion bonus)’ into every Tesco post!

  • Phil says:

    On the subject of conversion bonus. Do you have a choice on whether you hold points back or not. ie in Feb if there isn’t one then you automatically have to convert your points?

    • David says:

      Unless you have opted into automatic conversion (which you can control from your online ClubCard account), then the following applies:

      The vouchers issued have a two year validity date from when they are issued.

      So you have two years to save them up awaiting any bonus etc.

      Note: If you redeem them for less than their value, i.e. a £10 voucher on a £2.50 conversion, then the ‘change’ is credited back onto your clubcard account, and will be issued again at the end of the next quarter. Which can be usefull if you get to two years and nothing has appeared.

      If you have opted into automatic conversion to, or BA Executive Club, or Virgin Atlantic Flying Club, then the conversion is done for you straight away. You loose control over when you convert.

      • kevin says:

        I have found that even after the 2 year date, they will reinstate them if not used

  • Phil says:

    Thanks David.Would i choose the e-voucher option in that case? Not sure on the “Note” though – would they reduce the conversion? Not sure on the circumstances of why this would happen.

    • Phil says:

      Sorry just read my point above. Instead of automatically converting them – the option would be to receive them on a statement in the form of vouchers? How do i then convert them. i’ve only done the automatic way.

  • phil says:

    Thanks David – got it.

  • tommyl78 says:

    Worth noting that there’s now free delivery on ALL orders until 27 November, so you save £6 if you order a case under £50.

    For example Raffles’ cheapo Bucks Fizz option will now only cost you £12, not £18.

  • Freebs says:

    Kevin – Tesco USED to reinstate expired vouchers but don’t do so any longer. Be careful with that one!

    • kevin says:

      Tesco have reinstated for me

      • Raffles says:

        I have had a report that the 500 points code has now stopped working due to ‘being used the maximum number of times’. I also imagine Tesco is facing a Bucks Fizz shortage ….!

  • Freebs says:

    Used it successfully a couple of minutes ago 🙂

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