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Tesco Direct logoTesco Direct £5 off £30 on home, cook & dine*Via online code for selected departments

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If you go online to Tesco Direct* you can get £5 off when you spend £30 on homeware, cooking and dining items and enter the code TDX-HKNP until 11.59pm on Wed 7 Oct.

You can only use the code once and it can't be used with other codes, but you can use it on items that are already reduced in the sale.

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Tesco Direct logoTesco Direct £20 off £150, £10 off £75*Code gets iPad Air 2 for £379 (plus 1,000 extra points until Sun)


From 00.01am on Thu 14 May, you'll find two overlapping offers at Tesco Direct* (the supermarket's equivalent of Argos, with electricals, toys, furniture and more), which we reckon could be a winner if you're planning a big purchase - especially if you're buying an iPad Air.

Before you buy, use our free MegaShopBot tool to fully compare prices and check it's the best deal.

Get £20 off a £150 spend (or £10 off a £75 spend)

From Thursday, enter the code TDX-KNWT and you can get £20 off when you spend at least £150 by 11.59pm on Mon 18 May. If you're spending a bit less, you can enter TDX-HGMR to get £10 off when you spend £75. These are valid on everything at Tesco Direct* with the exception of baby milk and products listed by third-party sellers. Delivery's £3 or you can collect in store for free.

Get an extra 1,000 Clubcard points if you're buying an iPad Air or iPad Air 2

You'll get a bonus 1,000 Tesco Clubcard points* (worth up to £40 in Boost, see our Clubcard Boost Guide) when you buy an iPad Air or iPad Air 2 until 11.59pm on Sun 17 May. As long as you're signed in with your Clubcard details, the points should be added automatically when you order.

Use the first code above and you can get the latest iPad Air 2* for £379 delivered (the next best deal we've seen is £399 at John Lewis) plus your bonus points.

For more on getting the best deal on an iPad, see our Cheap iPads Guide.

More info

Only one eCoupon code per person. Can't be used on third-party seller products or with other codes.

Tesco logoTesco £10 voucher for £5*Get in the post, use in-store at Tesco or online at Tesco Direct


Details are sketchy, but you can currently buy a £10 Tesco gift card for £5 (can be used online or in-store) at Mighty Deals*. Your gift card will be sent in the post. Use it in-store or scratch off the PIN number to use online at Tesco Direct. Supply's limited, so this could end at any time.

Unfortunately this deal came in very late Tue pm, and we don’t have the full T&Cs in the way we normally like - there are very few of them on the site, we’ve garnered this info off the few sources we have. Tomorrow (Wed) we will check it out in detail, but if you do it meantime, please double check it's suitable for you.

How can it do these types of deals?

The likelihood is (not confirmed) that these are loss leading deals deliberately done to buy in more people on its membership list, rather than a cheap deal negotiated with the supplier.

Warning! Please read this before purchasing

1) Mighty Deals is part of the Money Expert website NOT us MoneySavingExpert. Due to the name similarity, many people confuse it with us. Yet there's no connection between us whatsoever, we are entirely separate.

Please don’t do this if you think "it's an MSE deal, it’ll be fine".  We're just telling you about a deal on another site, not vouching for it.

2) Mighty Deals has previously had poor feedback. In the past, there has been some poor feedback in the MSE forums about this company. We asked our users their opinion of a number of daily deals sites earlier this year, including Mighty Deals. See the poll results. However when we have featured widespread deals like this one in the past, the results have been fine.  

For previous deals, we asked Mighty Deals to provide an email address you can use should any issues arise - Mighty Deals says it will respond within 24 hours.

While we hope everyone gets this deal as planned, please be aware that nothing is ever 100% guaranteed. Please let us know how you get on in the MSE forum.

Tesco Direct logoCamping code stacking at Tesco Direct*Stack 30% sale with £5 off £40 code


Go online to Tesco Direct* by Wed 25 Jun to get 30% off selected camping equipment. We found a £40 tent reduced to £21, just in time for the festival season. Plus, if you spend over £40 on camping gear, get an extra £5 off with the code TDX-HCWA till Mon 30 Jun. Delivery's £3, click and collect is free.

Bargains we found include:

  • 4-person tent* - £21 (was £40, next cheapest we've found is £24.99 at Argos)
  • Camping stool* - £2.80 (was £4, it's pretty cheap but we spotted one for £1 at Poundland)
  • Camping chair* - £4.55 (was £6.50, next cheapest we've found is £6.99 at Argos)
  • Kids' sleeping bag* - £5.25 (was £7.50, next cheapest we've found is £6 at Sports Direct)
  • Single air bed* - £5.25 (was £10, next cheapest we've found is £8 at Halfords)
  • Double air bed* - £7.70 (was £15, next cheapest we've found is £12 at Asda)
  • Adult sleeping bag* - £7.70 (was £15, next cheapest we've found is £8.49 at Argos)

As always, it’s worth comparing prices before you buy as Argos* and Asda* also sell camping equipment at low prices (although when we compared prices, Tesco was the cheapest for most items). Even Poundland has a range of accessories for £1, including tent pegs and camping stools.

Make sure your equipment is sturdy and waterproof as well as being the best value for money; we all know you can't rely on the British weather!

More info

Code excludes all Tesco partners and can only be used once per customer.

Tesco Direct logo Tesco Direct 10% off £75/£10 off £75*Online codes valid on full-price and sale items


We've blagged 10% off a £75+ spend at Tesco Direct* till Fri 16 May. Just enter the code TDX-JK4T at the checkout. You can use it across all departments but clothing and items sold by third party sellers. There are 2,500 codes available.

HOWEVER, if you are spending less than £100, wait till Wed 13 May and use the code TDX-TH6W which gets you £10 off £75, till Tue 27 May.

More info

The code cannot be used with any other eCoupon codes.

Tesco Direct logoTesco toys spend £50, get an extra 500 Clubcard points*MSE Blagged online code gets points worth up to £20


From Thu 8 - Wed 14 May, enter the blagged code TDX-RWPX when you spend £50 on toys online at Tesco Direct* and you'll get an extra 500 Clubcard points, on top of the points you'd usually get (one point per pound spent). Delivery's £3 or collect in-store for free.

Tesco points are only worth 1p if spent in-store, however spend them on Rewards and they're worth up to four times that – see our Top 10 Tesco Rewards guide for our top pick rewards. So, 500 points converts into up to £20 of Rewards vouchers to spend on days out and restaurants.

More info

The points will be applied to your account within 24 hours. Can't be used with other codes starting TDX.

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