Tesco should keep to its word on special offers
RECENTLY I visited my local Tesco supermarket in Long Eaton. I purchased a jar of jalfrezi sweet and sour sauce, which was on offer at £1. I carried on doing more shopping before I went to the checkout to pay for my goods. As my goods went through the scanner, I noticed the sauce go through at £1.69. I mentioned it was on offer at £1 and a young lady went to check it out. She came back to say it cost £1.69 for one, or £2 for two.
Can someone from Tesco please explain to me how they can do this at a time when people on low incomes cannot afford these prices? (I am a pensioner myself).
Come on Tesco, get your act together or you will lose customers.
Orders taken over £2000 , will receive £100 off and the option to take 2 years interest free credit
Terms: £100 off only on orders over £2000 with the option to take 2 years interest free credit , this offer ends bank holiday Monday 27th may 4 pm , this voucher must be printed and presented on ordering .
Contact: 01332 419898
Valid until: Monday, May 27 2013