Tesco Direct Autumn 2013.
Who's it for? Everyone! We all know and love Tesco on the High Street, but just take a look at how much more there is online!
What's the offer? Tesco Direct current offers :
- £50 off furniture when you spend £250 (use code TD-FNTR at checkout)
- Collect Clubcard points on over 30,000 products
Love It? I love the fact you can buy EVERYTHING in the one place. The cooker, the turkey, the crockery,the table and chairs, candles, board games, wine and last but not least the wide screen TV.
What else? Mobile phones, Laptops, Books, DVD'S, CD's, Hampers, Clothes......the list goes on and on. The new Spring and Summer ranges are available and online plus make the most of their money saving eCoupons.
Go shopping now at the Tesco Direct Website Autumn 2013
Delivery: Standard delivery of smaller items costs £3 and delivery takes between 2 to 5 working days, next day delivery costs £5. Larger items cost £5 and next day delivery is not available.
They also offer a click and collect delivery option. Order by 3pm (Sunday to Friday) and you can collect after 4pm next day in store.
Returns: If you change your mind within 28 days, we are happy to refund or exchange the product provided it is returned, as sold, with all the original packaging, tags, labels and accessories. Please have your invoice with you to do this.
Potted History ...
1919 - Jack Cohen founded Tesco, when he began to sell surplus groceries from a stall in the East End of London. His first day's profit was £1 and sales £4
1924 - The first own-brand product sold by Jack was Tesco Tea - before the company was called Tesco. The name comes from the initials of TE Stockwell, who was a partner in the firm of tea suppliers, and CO from Jack's surname.
1929 - Jack Cohen opens his first Tesco store in Burnt Oak, Edgware, North London
1956 - The first Tesco self-service supermarket opens in a converted cinema in Maldon
1993 - Former CEO Terry Leahy replaces Green Shield Stamps with an updated loyalty card called The Tesco Clubcard which is still going strong today.
1994 - Takes over supermarket chain William Low in Scotland which operated 57 stores and paved the way for the Tesco brand into making it's presence known in Scotland
1997 - Tesco purchases Associated British Foods which marked a return to the Republic of Ireland and gace it a bigger share of trhe Northern Irish market
2000 - Tesco.com is launched
For more backgound information go to Tesco on wikipedia.
What Tesco say ...Tesco employs over 450,000 people in its businesses around the world and aims to deliver a consistently strong customer offer on every visit and every transaction by focusing on the Group's core purpose: to create value for customers to earn their lifetime loyalty. This core purpose is delivered through the Tesco values: no-one tries harder for customers and treat people how we like to be treated.
What Customers Say... Tesco Direct provides value for money on the everyday items I need. I save up my clubcard points for Christmas, every little helps!