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If you’re a couponer like me, you’ll look out for the new edition of the Tesco magazine at the start of each month… and I’ve just found one. Here are the coupons in the Tesco Magazine February 2020.

I wasn’t too impressed with the coupons in the magazine in January, so I picked up the February edition with excitement hoping for a better selection.

There were 4 coupons in the magazine this month, two of which have codes to use online too. Here are the coupons and what each item ends up costing you…

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Tesco magazine February 2020 coupons

Here are the coupons you’ll find in the Tesco magazine in February 2020:

  • 50p off Bodyform Extra Protection Towels or Liners (20, 24 or 26 pack) – Online code: N/A

These are currently priced at £1.75 each, so the 50p off coupon means you’ll pay £1.25 per pack.

Analysis: I’m no expert in this type of product, but from a bit of research, it seems this is still on the pricier side than other liners. The thing you pay for with these are the extra protection. Only really good if you buy the extra protection kind.


  • 75p off Strong Roots Oven Baked Sweet Potato Chips (500g) – Online code: GRH7PM

Currently priced at £3 each, so the 75p off coupon makes it £2.25.

Analysis: The Tesco own brand of sweet potato fries cost £2 for the same amount, whilst the McCains brand cost £2.30, so after the coupon they’ll be in the middle of the two. If you buy sweet potato fries and want to try a fancier kind for not much more, then this is a good option.


  • £1.50 off Pritt Stick 11g (5-pack) – Online code: N/A

Priced at £4, so after your £1.50 off coupon, it’ll cost £2.50.

Analysis: These are the small Pritt Sticks, not the usual bulky ones you might see, but getting 5 for around 50p each is a good price. If you’ve got kids at school, these might be a good buy.


  • 35p off Soreen Apple Loaves (5-pack) – Online code: GRPPLY

Priced at £1.40, so with the 35p off coupon, it makes it £1.05.

Analysis: These would be good for school lunchboxes as it makes them around 21p per mini loaf. It is more expensive than the bigger loaf, but you’re paying for the convenience.


Those are the coupons in the Tesco magazine for February 2020. All in all, I’m not that impressed, so hopefully the next month’s edition will yield some better bargains.


I’ll be writing a blog about the March coupons when I get my hands on a mag next month – so be sure to stick around.

If you want to save more money in the supermarket, why not check out Shopmium for cashback, and also Airtime Rewards for other supermarkets.

Have you seen any coupons recently worth shouting about? Will you be using any of these? I’d love to know in the comments below, on Twitter @Jordon_Cox or on Facebook.

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