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Regulatory Disclosure

Regulatory Disclosure

Tesco Personal Finance plc (trading as Tesco Bank) is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority in the UK and is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland for conduct of business rules. Registered in Scotland no. SC173199. Registered Office: 2 South Gyle Crescent, Edinburgh, EH12 9FQ. Our credit institution reference no. is C27325.

Top 5 ways to get the most from your Tesco credit card

With the rising cost of food and fuel prices, the last thing you need is more debt.

  • Earn as you spend. Use your Tesco Clubcard credit card when you shop and earn Tesco Clubcard points. When you pay with your Tesco Clubcard credit card at Tesco or tesco.ie collecting extra Clubcard Points is simple and fast with your Clubcard Credit Card.
  • Collect 1 Clubcard point point for every €2 you spend within Tesco and 1 Clubcard point for every €8 you spend outside of Tesco with your Clubcard Credit Card in each purchase transaction. Must have available credit. Earn rates are subject to change.
  • Plus, your card doubles as a Clubcard. So when you use your Clubcard Credit Card to pay at Tesco, not only will you get 3 points for every 2 you spend, you will also collect points from Clubcard
  • Redeem your Clubcard points. At the end of each quarter, you'll receive your Clubcard vouchers. These vouchers can be redeemed in-store or get up to 4 times more value with selected Clubcard partners, visit www.tesco.ie/clubcardboost/ for more information
  • Special offers and exclusive benefits. Whether it's dining out, magazine subscriptions, a weekend breakaway abroad, you'll be able to collect Clubcard points wherever you spend with a Tesco Clubcard credit card.
  • Stay debt free. Use your credit card wisely and don't overspend. Don't get caught in a cycle of debt, pay the outstanding balance on your card off monthly. Do the math before you make a purchase to ensure you can afford the monthly repayments and interest charges.