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Once you qualify for the offer, your bonus Clubcard points will be added to your Clubcard account within 45 days of the end of that year. The year runs from the day you opened your account to the anniversary the following year.
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Yes you can, but you cannot re-apply immediately. If you have been declined due to your credit rating you can find out more about repairing your credit rating here . Calls may be recorded. *This number may be included as part of any inclusive call minutes provided by your phone operator.
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To change back to paper statements, log in to Online Banking and follow these steps: Step 1: Click on your account then select 'Manage account' on the right hand side. Step 2: Select “Manage your account” from the left hand menu and then select 'Statement options' Step 3: Select the option 'No thanks, I would like to keep receiving my paper statements' and "OK". Alternatively, if you’re using our app, you can go to the settings menu and select the “Paperless” option. Here you can toggle on or off the products you want to go paperless whenever you want. Remember, if it’s just a one off paper statement you need for proof of income, identity or address, you can order one by calling us on 0345 300 4278* and we’ll send you one by post within 7-10 working days. Calls my be recorded. *This number may be included as part of any inclusive call minutes provided by your phone operator. If you wish to change back to paper statements for all your Tesco Bank Credit Cards, please remember to follow the steps above for each credit card.
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When you use your credit card to make a ‘cash-like’ transaction, you’ll be charged a Cash Transaction fee.  Cash transactions include: Gambling transactions - these include using your card to buy lottery tickets,  online gambling sites such as bet365 and Gala Bingo as well as traditional bookmakers like William Hill Buying foreign currency from anywhere other than Tesco Travel Money – so if you use your Tesco credit card to buy your currency from other providers such as M&S , you’ll be charged a cash transaction fee. This also covers the purchase of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin or Coinbase.com Payments to prepaid or virtual cards such as Parentpay, Nimbl, Western Union, etc Wire or international money transfers through companies such as Transferwise, MoneyGram, Azimo, etc Finance payments such as repaying borrowing (e.g. loans, mortgages and credit cards) – this includes student loans, store cards, car finance repayments, Klarna etc Investments and share trading where you purchase shares/commodities using companies such as Trading 212, Plus500, eToro, etc Spread betting with companies such as IG.com, City Index, etc
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This includes any Cash Advance Fees, Balance Transfer Fees, Money Transfer Fees, Late Payment Charges, Over Limit Charges and any other Charges & Fees, less any fee/charges reversals that you’ve had on your account in the last 12 months.
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Amendments To amend your direct debit you can do this through Online Banking or our Mobile App. You can amend the account details you wish the direct debit to be paid from or you can amend the monthly payment option. Options available are full outstanding statement balance, minimum payment, or another set amount each month. Cancellation You can cancel your direct debit via Online Banking and the Mobile App. Please ensure you make alternative arrangements for your payment. You can find out about other ways to pay your credit card in our existing FAQ .
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No. You aren't able to transfer a balance between your Tesco Bank credit cards.
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From 1st February 2019 there were some changes to your Premium Credit Card. These changes would have come into effect from your first anniversary after this date. We wrote to you to confirm exactly when this would have happened. You now have updated benefits and a new set of Terms and conditions. Here's what's changed: We’ve lowered your annual fee to £36 per year. This fee will be charged on the statement issued in the anniversary month of your account opening. We’ve removed Travel Insurance as a benefit. Travel insurance was removed as a benefit from the Premium Credit Card as Tesco Bank no longer provide Travel Insurance. We’ve updated the bonus Tesco Clubcard points benefit. If you spend £2,500 in qualifying spend on your Premium Credit Card at Tesco in any year you will collect 2,500 bonus Clubcard points. Terms and conditions apply. See your benefits terms and conditions for details. Nothing else has changed. You’ll still have your other Premium Credit Card benefits and your Clubcard points collection rate will also remain the same.   I’ve already submitted a claim on my Travel Insurance. Will this be honoured? Any claims that arose prior to your Travel Insurance expiry date will be processed in the usual manner. What happens if I want to continue to have Travel Insurance? We are not able to provide you with an alternative policy, you will need to make other arrangements for your Travel Insurance.
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If you decide to close your Premium Credit Card within 14 days of receiving your card, you’ll be entitled to a full refund of the annual fee. If you let us know that you no longer want to use your Premium Credit Card after being charged the annual fee, you’ll receive a partial refund in proportion to the remaining part of that annual period.
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Some services (such as Apple Pay) allow you to create tokenised versions of your cards, which can then be used to make payments electronically without the use of a physical card. If your card is used in any of these services, payments will be made as if you've used the physical card. Depending on which service you use, you may have to set up some additional security details (such as passcode, fingerprint access, or pair it with another device) to use it. If you're using a Digital Card, you will need to ensure that you keep any device on which the Digital Card is stored and security details for the device safe and not allow anyone else to use them. If your device stores a fingerprint, you should not store anyone else's fingerprint on your device. If you dispose of a device which has a Digital Card held on it, you must delete the card first. If you lose the device which has a Digital Card stored or are concerned someone has access to it, please contact us immediately on 0345 300 4278 or if calling from overseas +441268508027 . Calls may be recorded. *This number may be included as part of any inclusive call minutes provided by your phone operator.
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