Tesco Removes Jolly Fox Hunting Fancy Dress Costume

Tesco has removed a fox hunting costume from sale on its online shopping portal, after anti-hunting campaigners discovered the thing and caused quite the furore about the unfortunate item. Read More >>

Tesco Wants its Staff to Start Eating Leftover Food

Tesco's had an idea about what to do with the spare food that it can't even give away to food charities — get its workers to eat it all. Read More >>

Tesco Delays its Clubcard Changes Until June

Earlier this week, we reported that Tesco had announced it was changing its Clubcard Rewards system – rewards worth 4x the face value of your Clubcard vouchers had been changed to be worth just 3x. Those changes had gone live immediately, but due to a backlash from customers, Tesco has backtracked their decision, giving customers a grace period until June. Read More >>

Earn Tesco Clubcard Points? Your Rewards Have Just Lost Some Value

As of yesterday, Tesco has changed the value of its Clubcard Rewards. Advertising it as a move to "simplify" the scheme, it actually means that most of us will now get less from our earned points than we did previously. Read More >>

Paying 10p For a Posh Carrier Bag Revulses Tesco Customers into Change

Tesco is about to bin the cheap 5p plastic bag option it currently offers, meaning only the posher, thicker, Bag for Life choice will remain for people who didn't bring a big enough rucksack for their crisps and cheese. Read More >>

Tesco Is Making Its Same-Day Delivery Service Available Nationwide

Having seen the scary future where Amazon steals all its customers, Tesco has decided to act fast and roll out its same-day delivery service nationwide. Tesco says that it can cover 99% of households in the UK, and orders placed by 1pm will be delivered the same evening. Read More >>

Tesco Clubcard Goes Contactless, Adds Uber and Rewards

The Tesco Clubcard has had a makeover. The new cards, being sent out to customers soon, are contactless, and controversially, the supermarket giant has added Uber to its rewards partners. Why is the move controversial? Well because London's 21,000 black cab drivers are livid again, that's why. Read More >>

Tesco Launches One Hour Delivery with Tesco Now

A few weeks ago we found out that Tesco was testing a one hour delivery system, imaginatively called Tesco Now. Today the supermarket chain has announced that whole story wasn't a phoney leak, because Tesco Now is a very real thing. Read More >>

Clubcard Points for Uber Rides Rumour Could Trigger Cabbie Tesco Boycott

There's something new for taxi drivers to be angry about today, as reports suggest that Tesco might be about to do a deal with ride-enabling app Uber -- letting customers use clubcard points to pay for trips home with their newly acquired doughnuts and cheese. Read More >>

Currys PC World Is Coming To A Tesco Near You

Tesco may already sell a lot of tech to its punters, but in two of its stores, the retail giant plans to plonk Currys PC World mini-shops. At least we assume their mini-shops, perhaps Tesco is also planning to create a "Synecdoche, New York" type arrangement of a giant warehouse containing a whole civilisation. Read More >>

It Looks Like Tesco is Testing One Hour Deliveries

In this day and age it feels as though having to wait for our deliveries is a breach of our human rights. Even next day delivery isn't enough for some people, which is why one-hour delivery is slowly becoming a thing. That latest company to jump on that bandwagon seems to be Tesco. Read More >>

Tesco is Trialling Digital Receipts

Watching customers fumble with their awkwardly stacked change and receipts is no longer doing it for Tesco staff -- seriously, why’s it always coins on top? -- who have decided to trial a paperless system, similar to the one Argos already offers. Read More >>

Tesco Mobile Could Become a Major UK Operator

Tesco is said to be thinking about ditching O2 and going all-in with its Tesco Mobile joint venture, with sources claiming it's thinking about buying O2's half of the business and becoming a proper mobile network all by itself. Read More >>

Eh? Wonga, Ryanair and Tesco Are Some of the UK’s Most Improved Brands

We shit you not. Despite Tesco’s long, long list of problems and the fact that everyone hates Wonga and Ryanair, the companies appear to have gone up in our estimations. According to the YouGov BrandIndex, the British public have heard a lot more positive things about the three firms of late, so they're being rewarded with a bit more positive press. Read More >>

The Cheapest Place to Buy Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 for PC, Xbox One and PS4

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 was only released earlier this month, but that hasn't stopped retailers from rolling out excellent deals on the smash hit FPS. Incredibly, it's already dropped below the £25 mark at some stores. We've rounded up the best Black Ops 3 deals we can find for PS4, Xbox One and PC gamers. If you're looking for the cheapest place to buy Black Ops 3, aim your sights here. Read More >>