Tesco to accept Sainsburys vouchers
From Monday 11 April Tesco stores will accept Sainsbury’s Brand Match coupons, meaning you get money off your Tesco shopping thanks to Sainsburys!
However, this won’t last for long as last week, Sainsbury’s announced that it would end the brand match scheme on 26th April 2016.
Sainsburys will be ending the scheme as they say their customers want savings on their groceries rather than coupons for future use.
Tesco used to do this in the past with Morrisons vouchers too.
It is one clever way of gaining customers!
Matt Davis from Tesco said; “This is a little help for Sainsbury’s customers from us at Tesco. It also provides the opportunity for Sainsbury’s customers to experience Tesco’s Brand Guarantee, which we launched in October, and has been universally welcomed by our customers.”
Tesco has also invested in bringing down the price of leading brands and has introduced simple, more affordable prices on many of the everyday, own label products customers rely on. The company also recently launched an exclusive range of seven new brands offering customers a wide variety of great quality fresh food and outstanding value, along with improvements in its core meat, fruit and vegetable lines.”
Brand Match coupons will be accepted instore at Tesco Extra, Superstore and Metro stores.
• Some product exclusions apply, including, general merchandise, fuel, lottery, tobacco or tobacco-related products, infant formula, café, pharmacy, gift cards, saving stamps, E-top-ups, stamps, opticians, travel money, Tesco Bank, Tesco Direct, Tesco Wine by the Case, Tesco Clothing (including F&F).
• Limit of one Brand Match coupon per customer per transaction.
• Tesco reserves the right to refuse Brand Match coupons if it suspects fraud, misuse or conduct contrary to the spirit of this offer.
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