Tesco magazine: March coupons, incl F&F clothing and gluten-free bread
The free March Tesco Magazine is out, and like last month, I’ve done the hard work for you to find out what’s a good deal and what isn’t.
While I’m not overly impressed with this month’s coupons, it’s worth having a look to see if there is something you could use.
£5 off a £25 F&F clothing spend
It can be combined with in-store offers and discounts. If you spend £25 or more, you get £5 off. If you want to buy multiple items, you are able to split transactions into £25 shops, and get more money off. The coupon is valid until Tue 9 Apr.
My analysis: If you need some new clothes then it’s a great little bonus. Coupons for F&F are quite uncommon, so great if you were going to buy from there anyway.
35p off Mission Kids Disney Kitchen wraps six-pack
Priced at £1.30 at Tesco, so the coupon will make it 95p and it’s valid until Tue 9 Apr.
My analysis: These kids tortilla wraps are either strawberry, carrot or tomato ketchup flavoured. Possibly one of the weirdest products I’ve ever seen. If your kids like them, then go for it… but also get their taste buds checked!
75p off Genius Gluten-free Triple Seeded Farmhouse loaf 535g
Priced at £2.50 at Tesco, so it’ll be £1.75 after the coupon. It's valid until Tue 9 Apr.
My analysis: A good discount for people using gluten-free products, as I don’t often see coupons for these.
65p off BFree Stone Baked pitta breads four-pack
Priced at £2.50 at Tesco, so the 65p off coupon will make these £1.85 for a pack of four. Coupon is valid until Tue 9 Apr.
My analysis: Again, if you are a gluten-free buyer, it’s a nice little discount. Non-gluten intolerant people can buy pitta bread for cheaper.
That’s all for this month. The £5 off F&F has to be the stand out this month, but like always, don't be dragged into buying something you don't need just because there’s a coupon for it. See our full list of Supermarket Coupons for other ways to save on your shopping.