On this page you’ll be able to update the address on your Tesco Clubcard online in less than three minutes.
You can update your Clubcard address online and save the hassle of calling-up or doing it in store.
Let’s jump right-in.
When moving home there are lots of companies and institutions to inform about your change of address. To update your address online with Tesco ClubCard, you can click the link below and use SlothMove’s change of address service.
You will also be able to update your address across all accounts, including your council tax, other loyalty cards, water & sewage and hundreds more.
Here’s how to update your Tesco Clubcard account online:
Enter your previous address, new address and the date you moved home
Select who needs to know you're moving, like Tesco, Boots, DVLA etc...
Click submit and we'll update your address with Tesco automatically
And that’s it. Updating your address couldn’t be easier. Once you click submit we will take care of the rest, making updating your address simple and hassle-free – just like it should be.
You might be wondering why bother updating my address with Tesco? And do need to let Tesco know i’m moving?
As we know, Tesco Clubcard is Tesco’s premier rewards programme which rewards shoppers with vouchers and benefits for making purchases with store.
It is actually really important to keep Tesco up to date with your change of address. If Tesco still think that you live at your previous address they will naturally send all of your vouchers and statements to your previous address.
This could mean whoever has moved in gets to enjoy the spoils of your loyalty. And in the worst case, this could lead to potential Mail Fraud which cost Brits over £504 Million last year, with the total cost of fraud being significantly higher.
A significant amount of the unspent Clubcard vouchers that expire every year stem from change of tenacy-related loss. Don’t forget about your vouchers when moving home.
That said, if you have other accounts across other supermarket chains such as Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Waitrose etc… make sure you update your address across those accounts too. Remember, we can help you update your address with those also.
Changing or updating your address will not affect your Tesco Clubcard points. You might be wondering ‘how do Tesco Clubcard points work? For every £1 you spend at Tesco you will receive 1 Clubcard point.
You can spend your Clubcard points for more products at Tesco, or actually buy other services such as uber journeys, food and much more. In almost all circumstances, you will be getting at least 2.5X the value of the points. You can learn more about the types of offers you can get over at Tesco.
With that in mind, completing your Tesco change of address is important. When you complete that change you can then continue to receive periodical offers, directly in your letter box.
Not to mention you can be certain all of your clubcard discounts will arrive. If you don’t complete a Tesco change of address your clubcard vouchers may end up going to your previous address.
This would then mean you would have to contact the occupier or get in touch with Tesco to explain the situation.
You can update the address on your Clubcard below in just a couple of minutes.
There are a couple of ways to update your address with Tesco Clubcard. You can call Tesco up directly. You can also do it online in less than three minutes with our online change of address form.
What makes this option even better is that you can also inform everyone else at the same time (other clubcards, NHS, DVLA, HMRC etc…) too if you need to without having to repeat yourself.
If you’d like to contact Tesco directly, you can do so by logging into your Clubcard account online or in the app. More information can be found at this part of Tesco’s website.couple of minutes.
Most people wait until after they have moved before they complete an address change on their accounts. It is better to be proactive and let Tesco and your other providers know within a week of your home move. Updating your details will happen automatically, but you must remember that there could be mail communications out. So, to avoid any overlap it’s good practice to give plent of notice.
As we all know, moving is an incredibly exciting time. Beyond amending the details on your clubcard account you need to think about how your shopping routine changes. You may have only moved down the road – great. Not much may have changed.
However, for some you may have moved some distance from your regular grocery shop.
You have lots of options.
When you move home you should explore the local scene and what other shops are around. You may find you want to switch over to Lidl or Aldi. However, if you’re accustomed to Tesco and there isn’t one in a commutable distance remember that you can easily switch to Tesco online shopping once you move home and have it delivered.
All online grocery shopping with Tesco will earn you Clubcard points in precisely the same way as shopping in store. Of course, you will also spend your points there in the same fashion.
There is a standard rule.
The standard rule is that there is a 2-year time-limit for using your Tesco Clubcard vouchers. That said, there are some exceptions.
If you call Tesco and have extenuating circumstances, there is a chance they could over-rule that but that would be more the exception than the general rule.
This was all the case until fairly recently, though. If you call Tesco Clubcard on 0800 591 688 you can ask them to check for ‘expired vouchers’. If there are any, you can simply ask for the points to be refunded to your account.
This will then enable you spend those points online for other benefits – success!
You may also have heard of Tesco Clubcard Plus, which has recently been launched. With Tesco Clubcard Plus you can save up to £40 per month in store by paying £7.99 per month. Membership will afford you 10% off your groceries twice per month.
If you’re wondering ‘how do I change my Tesco Clubcard number’, there is good news.
You don’t actually need to change your Tesco Clubcard number. If you have ordered a replacement card it will have the same Clubcard number as your previous one.
However, there could be other reasons you may want to change your clubcard number. For instance, if you were sharing an account with an ex partner or in the unfortunate case of someone’s passing.
For these types of circumstances you would need to call Tesco directly and they will advise you on the best thing to do. Typically, if there was a shared card it will be in one persons name and it will be (ultimately) up to that person to decide.
The easiest way is to use the below change of address form. This will help you update your Clubcard account (it’s helpful if you have your Clubcard number, though not essential). You will also be able to let everyone else know you’re moving at the same time.
That should take around 3 minuted to complete.
If you remember your login details, you can also sign into Tesco’s app or website and update them that way also.
Though, you will only be able to update Tesco and it will take you a little longer to do.
Your Tesco change of address with SlothMove can be done in these four steps:
If you are moving or have moved home you can update your address with Tesco below.
If you have recently placed an order and it is out for delivery to the wrong address you can’t change it.
Instead, you must cancel the delivery and re-order with a different address. This will, of course, stop your weekly shop going to your old address.
Don’t feel too bad about it, this actually happens quite frequently. The key thing is to capture this happening before it arrives at your previous address.
Now you’ve read through the above, hopefully you’re fully tuned-up and ready to complete your Tesco Clubcard change of address. If you’re in the process of moving or haven’t moved home just yet, then make sure you get started on our moving house checklist. We’ve covered all of the information you’ll need to make sure you get your home move off to a strong start and don’t forget anything. There are also tips on how you can save money and time.