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Bits: Tesco 3,000 Avios grocery code extended, 100 free Nectar points from Expedia

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News in brief:

Tesco 3,000 Avios grocery code extended

I wrote a week ago about a new bonus code for Tesco grocery deliveries.  If you are a new customer to online grocery, or have not ordered for a year or so, code XXFHML will get you 1,250 bonus Clubcard points for a £60 spend.  That will earn you 3,000 Avios points or 3,125 Virgin Flying Club miles.

This code was meant to expire on March 23rd.  It has now been extended, however, and will remain valid for deliveries until Sunday March 29th.  This assumes, of course, that you can still book a delivery slot for today, Friday, Saturday or Sunday.

Full details of how this deal works are in my original article.

100 free Nectar points from Expedia

Meanwhile, Expedia is offering 100 Nectar points if you link your Nectar card to your Expedia profile.

You have been able to collect Nectar points via Expedia for a number of years.  The process required you to re-enter your Nectar number with each booking.  Going forward, you won’t need to worry about this – it will be applied automatically as long as you are logged in to Expedia when you book.

To encourage people to add their Nectar numbers to their Expedia profile, they are offering you 100 Nectar points.

You need to go this page on the Expedia website and log in to your Expedia account, adding your Nectar number on the way.  If you do not already have an Expedia account, you can open one from scratch via the main Expedia home page by clicking ‘Account’ and ‘Create An Account’.

You have until April 23rd to link your accounts.  Points will be added by May 15th.

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  • Adam says:

    I just logged on today and it’s letting me add the code, with an expiry date of 31/5/2015

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