Excludes Tesco Partners.
Vouchers can be exchanged - online or in-store except Express stores - until 11.59pm on Sun 27 Dec, and must be redeemed by 11.59pm on Wed 30 Dec. You'll need a minimum of £5 in Clubcard vouchers to take part - you can double-up vouchers to spend online at Tesco Direct* or F&F* or in stores in the following categories:
• Car care
• Decorations, lights and Christmas trees
• Entertainment & books
• Health and beauty gifts
• Mobile phones & accessories
• Opticians and DIY
• Party and gifts
• Sports & leisure
• Technology and gaming
Tesco has confirmed customers will be able to use their doubled-up vouchers on Black Friday deals (although some products may be excluded under the usual Boost terms and conditions so always check before you buy).
How do I exchange my vouchers? If you're exchanging vouchers in-store then head to the customer services desk. If you want to double-up online you'll need to exchange your vouchers on the Tesco Clubcard website when the double up launches on Monday.
How many can I exchange? There is no limit on the number of vouchers you can exchange. The minimum is exchange is for £5 but this can be made up of smaller vouchers (you can only exchange vouchers in multiples of £5).
What can I get? Top redemptions we've spotted on Tesco Direct are set to include a 500GB PlayStation 4 for £145 in vouchers (currently £289 cash, when we checked the next best price we could find elsewhere was £280), an Xbox One Console with Kinect for £175 in vouchers (currently £349, £350 elsewhere) and a Barbie Glitter Hair Doll for £10 in vouchers (usually £20, £25 elsewhere).
Is there anything I can't boost? The offer isn't available with Tesco Direct partners and on baby formula for 0-6 months, fireworks, jewellery and watches. Tesco's Hudl tablet is also no longer available as the Hudl2 has sold out and there are no plans to release a Hudl3.
Anything else? Always compare prices elsewhere first to make sure you're really getting a bargain. You can't get change from exchanged vouchers in store, so the cost of the product must equal or exceed the value of the voucher. If the item costs more than the value of the voucher, you can make up the difference, or if the voucher is too much the remainder will be credited back to your account for the non-boost value.
Exchanged Boost tokens cannot be swapped back into points or into cash, so you need to be sure you'll use them before converting.
Excludes Tesco Partners.