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  • heybobby1 3 posts

    Tesco’s change from 3 x value to 2 x value is imminent… Been out of the game for a couple of years. Please help me decide how best to spend £300 of Tesco vouchers. Would love to treat my partner with a hotel stay maybe, for her 40th in May next year.

    NorthernLass 6,608 posts

    You should be able to get somewhere nice via, or I think you can book direct with some chains. That’s probably what I’d do with that amount. You could probably get a week in Spain or similar with £900 as well. As it was, I had £20 from before I gave up on Clubcard so swapped it for restaurant vouchers for our London stay next month!

    *With hotels, though, I think the bookings are non-refundable so make sure it’s something you’ll definitely use.

    heybobby1 3 posts

    Thanks. A few years ago before becoming a parent we did clubcard to Virgin to Hilton and stayed one night at the Caledonian in Edinburgh for Hogmanay. That was a tip from a kind person at hfp, and seemed like quite good value at the time, compared to a cash booking anyway.

    Also wondering about redeeming for eurocamps. Never done one before – would you recommend with an 18 month old, or would we regret it?

    No Longer Entitled 113 posts

    Beware with there is a £250 limit. Easy to get around if you are away for a few nights (just book each separately) but don’t expect to cash it all in on one night in a suite somewhere.

    Regarding Eurocamp, we have just returned from our sixth such adventure in the last decade. Resorts varying but they can be excellent and are amazing value for money. The only thing I would say is that their kids clubs start aged 4 or 5 I think so you wouldn’t be getting the full experience. Check out Domaine Des Ormes in Brittany. I cant recommend it highly enough.

    Finally, in answer to your question, club card points on Le Shuttle are a good use if you are considering France for Eurocamp.

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