Tesco aims to cater for all budgets as well as tastes. If you’re a frugal shopper, the Everyday Value range is designed to be affordable for everyone. Alternatively, the Tesco Finest range guarantees the highest quality for a little extra money. Together, these two brands are amongst the largest in the UK and are responsible for £1 billion worth of sales each year.
The Click & Collect service aims to make Tesco shopping all the more convenient – with 1,650 collection points scattered throughout the UK, it allows customers to pick up their groceries or general merchandise whenever is fitting for them.
If you are a regular shopper, it’s well worth ensuring you have a Tesco Clubcard in your wallet or purse. Introduced in 1996 as a loyalty incentive, it has become one of the best schemes of its kind, continually rewarding customers with excellent perks and money saving offers. For every £1 spent, you will receive 1 point – when you acquire enough points they will be converted into vouchers which can be spent in-store or with participating restaurants and attractions like Café Rouge, RAC, Cineworld and Park Resorts.
Tesco is proud to be the lead sponsor for the Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life. Having acted as a sponsor for the past twelve years, Tesco has raised a considerable amount of money for the charity with over 20,000 colleagues taking place each year. Alongside this, Tesco honours a number of other charitable commitments in relation to the Tesco Charity Trust, ranging from its collaboration with Diabetes UK to its popular voucher collection programme ‘Tesco for Schools and Clubs’.