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If you’re a coupon fan like me, you’ll know the Tesco magazine is a coupon goldmine. Although paper coupons may be dwindling – these are always a go-to. So what coupons are in the January 2020 edition of the Tesco magazine? I’ve got all the details.

At the start of each month, the Tesco magazine refreshes and usually hits the shops within a week or two. This month is no exception, and the January 2020 edition has coupons on page 3 just inside the front cover.

If you’re heading into Tesco, you can pick up these magazines for free (and as they are free, you can pick up more than one).

It’s worth mentioning that with coupons – it’s only a deal if you were going to buy it in the first place. If you just buy things because of the coupon, then you’ll be spending money unnecessarily.

You can clip them out and use them straight away if there’s something in there that you were going to buy, and although these coupons are all 1 per transaction, you can use a divider to split up the transactions if you want more.

Without further ado – here are the coupons this month:

Tesco magazine coupons

Here are the coupons you’ll find in the January 2020 Tesco magazine. All coupons have an expiry date of Tuesday 4th February.

  • 50p off Blink cat food pouches (85g)Online code: GRJKFL

These are currently priced at £1, so the 50p off coupon means you’ll pay 50p per cat food pouch.

Analysis: Even after the coupon, this is on the pricier side for cat food. Considering you can get 12 packs of pouches for £3-5, it might not be a good deal. If your cat only demands the finest food, then it may be worth using.

 

  • 70p off any Califia Farms cold brew coffee (750ml) – Online code: GRM4HL

Currently priced at £2.50 each, but on offer at 2 for £4 until February 2nd. This makes it £1.80 for 1, or £3.30 for 2 after the coupon.

Analysis: This is a dairy free coffee and in a very large bottle. I couldn’t find an item to compare it with other than single iced coffee brand (which obviously work out more expensive). If you like your iced coffee at home – this could be a good option for bulk buying.

 

  • 60p off Organix melty veggie sticks (4x15g) – Online code: GRLTM7

Priced at £2.08, so after your 60p off coupon, it’ll cost £1.48 after the coupon.

Analysis: This is a veggie/vegan snack so you’ll obviously pay a premium for that. Good if you’re buying it already to get some extra money off.

 

  • 40p off Little Yeos natural or strawberry fromage frais (340g) – Online code: GRYTL7

Priced at £1.50 on its own, but on sale at 2 for £2.50 until February 4th, so would make it £1.10 for 1 or £2.10 for 2 after the coupon.

Analysis: This is a supersize tub of yoghurt for kids. Think of the Oykos yoghurt tubs as opposed to the small individual ones. Does work out cheaper than buying the small ones, but only if you were going to buy it in the first place.

 

  • £2.50 off Voltarol pain relief 2.32% gel (30g or 50g) – Online code: N/A (In store only)

Priced at £7.50 for the 30g tube, which will make it £5 after the coupon.

Analysis: This is the cheapest I can find this Voltarol gel at – so if you need it – this will be a good price.

 

  • 50p off any Pedigree Dentastix Daily Dental Chews (7 sticks) – Online code: GRLKM7

Currently £1.50 in Tesco, so the 50p off coupon will make it £1.

Analysis: You can find this product on sale in Morrisons at £1 without a coupon at the moment, so it’s only good if there is no Morrisons near you (and you have a dog that uses them).

 

 

Those are the coupons in the Tesco magazine for January 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 February 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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  • Andy
    Posted 27th January 2020 at 4:10 pm 0Likes

    I don’t know why they don’t include the magazine with online grocery deliveries. Maybe you can persuade them to.

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