Tesco Clubcard Prices rewards customers with exclusive deals in-store and online. It sees hundreds of products across the supermarket cut to a cheaper price. The most recent deal in the system includes a range of steaks, which customers can pick up for as little as £4.
The range of steaks includes sirloin, rump, ribeye and fillet.
With the nation cooking at home more than ever, savvy shoppers can make fancy steaks without breaking the bank.
Clubcard holders can take advantage of the deal until March 9.
When shopping in-store, customers will see a small red sign to indicate which products are in the offer.
Online, all items that are included in the offer will be highlighted in a box displaying the promotion price and the original price.
Other items in the Clubcard Price scheme this week includes yoghurt, butter, pizzas, cheese and garlic bread.
As well as this, Tesco has also slashed the price of hundreds of items to match discount supermarket Aldi’s prices.
Those shopping in-store will see an ‘Aldi Price Match’ sign next to each grocery item that has been discounted.
At the time, Alessandra Bellini, Tesco Chief Customer Officer said: “Our customers tell us they want the most competitive prices on the things they buy regularly.
“This new campaign will help time-poor and budget savvy customers get Tesco products at Aldi prices on products that matter to them.”
The supermarket giant checks prices in Aldi stores around the UK and matches comparable products from a selected range of items.
The campaign launched last year and Sainsbury’s has also now joined in matching its prices to Aldi.
Mark Given, Chief Marketing Officer at Sainsbury’s, said the price reductions will be funded by a “significant investment” by the supermarket.
Mr Given added: “We recognise that giving customers good value is a core part of our strategy so will invest to keep prices low.
“When we’ve completed research, our shoppers have highlighted our quality and value for money, but with customers who also shop in other supermarkets we need to improve our price perception.
“We need to communicate this better with customers because the value is there.”