Coronavirus is talking its toll on everything, all avenues of life. This means big and small issues, including Tesco Clubcard vouchers and points.
Customers have been struggling to get to the supermarket, meaning many Tesco customers are struggling to spend their loyalty points.
They might run the risk of running out before the points have a chance to be used.
However, Tesco have addressed the issue.
Tesco customer engagement centre told the Manchester Evening News: “We appreciate that, for many reasons, most of us aren’t shopping as often as we did before lockdown.
Tesco is one of the supermarkets to have revealed new limits on products as part of updated coronavirus rules.
Tesco is limiting some foods but not others, and there is a limit to the number of items you can order online.
The supermarket said: “To make sure more people have access to everyday essentials, we’ve introduced a limit of 80 items per online order.
“As our stock levels are starting to return to normal, we’re removing purchase limits on most of our products. On some products such as toilet roll, alcohol, pasta, and hand sanitisers, we’ve kept these limits until we’re fully stocked up again.”
The government, on the other had, has asked businesses to remind “customers to only buy what they need.”
When is the best time to go shopping?
The busiest time to visit Tesco is 1pm, when you might find a 20 minute queue.
Weekdays are less busy than weekends. For the best chance to shop speedily, head to the shop Monday to Thursday, before 11am and after 4pm. Friday is much busier.
Published at Thu, 14 May 2020 18:49:00 +0000