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Carrefour club card - big savings similar to UK supermarkets
10 July 2012 @ 15:52

The Carrefour Club card (tarjeta del Club Carrefour) is a fantastic loyalty card, similar to the ones that the likes of Tesco in the UK offer.  I used to shop almost exclusively at Mercadona, but I'm finding myself using Carrefour more and more due to the bigger range of products and also due to Mercadona raising prices recently.  But mainly due to their loyalty card.

The Spanish arm of the French supermarket giant has unsurprisingly been struggling against the backdrop of economic depression in Spain.  So they have been cutting prices and putting on some great offers, with additional discounts and offers when you use your Carrefour club card.

I've done 2 shops at Carrefour over the last month and each time I've got a 5 euro off voucher to be used on my next shop when I spend over 40 euros.  They also give you other vouchers for things like free cartons of milk if you spend over a certain amount.  You can only use a maximum of 2 vouchers per shop.

To get your Carrefour club card you can pick up a form at the checkout.

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Oblong said:
11 July 2012 @ 11:17

Do you need to be a resident to get the card or can anyone get one? Some years ago, I tried to get a card but they wanted a Residencia number and would not accept my NIE number.

SpainMoneySaving said:
11 July 2012 @ 13:24

Oblong, you don't need to show residencia or an NIE.

marian spendlove said:
22 February 2017 @ 11:55

I handed in my application form but didn't get a four digit number they said I didn't need one

G traynor said:
07 March 2017 @ 10:15

Do I present both my 65+ card as well as club card at checkout

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