Tesco has extended the expiration date for its Clubcard vouchers.
The supermarket had initially confirmed the vouchers would be expiring this May.
But the deadline has now been put back by six months to November 31, giving shoppers more time to use their vouchers following the pandemic.
However, not all coupons have been extended, as Birmingham Live reports.
Vouchers that have already had their cut-off date pushed back – for example, ones that were due to expire in November 2020 but are now due to last until May 2021 – will still expire though.
The supermarket giant is one of the country’s most popular supermarkets and is Britain’s biggest grocer.
It has Express stores in Bristol city centre, as well as larger Extra superstores further afield.
Its Clubcard loyalty card scheme is one of the most popular supermarket loyalty schemes in the country.
It rivals the likes of the Morrisons More scheme, M&S Sparks cards and the Sainsbury’s and Argos Nectar system.
Shoppers get one point for every £1 they spend in store and online, or one point for every £2 spent on fuel.
There are also schemes like myWaitrose, which is operated by posh supermarket retailer Waitrose.
Other systems used by stores include the likes of the Iceland Bonus Card, which you load it up with money to spend in stores and the supermarket will give you £1 for every £20 you save..