Tesco Clubcard customers warned there’s days left until new changes kick in

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Tesco Clubcard holders have just a few more days until the new changes kick in, Martin Lewis has warned.

The supermarket regularly reviews its partnerships and now two of the best deals are about to be terminated.

Currently, BA Executive Club members can convert points earned during their shops, as well as mobile and banking.

But the deal, which also gives customers Avios points for filling up their cars, will end on January 18, this year.

Martin warned customers to act now in his weekly MoneySavingExpert newsletter.

He said: "Tesco Clubcard vouchers warning. It's culling Avios and Now TV rewards."

Customers can get 600 Avios for £2.50 worth of Clubcard points right now.

But this incredible promotion will be terminated from next week.

According to Mirror Online, the decision was made by British Airways, not Tesco.

A spokesperson said: "Clubcard customers will still be able to convert points into Avios up until BA leaves the scheme in January."

The Now TV deal which is about to end lets customers use 50p of Clubcard vouchers to buy £1.50 of credits.

Shoppers do have until midnight on January 31 to make the swap.

Clubcard holders are warned points are at risk of being lost as they expire after two years.

There are many ways to spend Clubcard points, for example magazine subscriptions, railcards and on experience days.

Also customers can use them on restaurants and travel, although this might not be possible during the lockdown.

For more information on using your Clubcard, you can always visit the official Tesco website.

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