The secret Tesco website where shoppers can save up to 35% on smartphones, tablets, TVs and more

We explain where you can find the secret Tesco Outlet website, the kinds of deals you can get, and whether you can still collect Clubcard points when bagging a bargain

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There are a lot of benefits to shopping at Tesco. While it might not be the cheapest supermarket, there are a whole host of perks you can get if you join its loyalty scheme. Clubcard members can not only benefit from exclusive pricing on hundreds of grocery products, but also collect Clubcard points which can be put towards things like cinema tickets, breakdown cover and Disney+. 

But for bargain hunters who are fans of the best UK shopping outlets, there's a secret (but official) Tesco outlet website where shoppers can save up to 35% on a range of products from mobile phones, laptops, TVs and headphones. But to find it, you need to know where to look.

Where to find the secret Tesco Outlet site

The Tesco Outlet website isn't part of the main website you might be used to. Instead you will find the Tesco Outlet over on eBay. And that means you will need an eBay account to be able to shop with Tesco Outlet. 

While Tesco Outlet is owned and managed by Tesco, it operates independently, so you can often find products and prices on the outlet website that you won't find in a Tesco supermarket. 

On the Outlet page, Tesco writes, "At Tesco we are continually striving to bring you a better shopping experience. We also want to be the first to meet your needs, and that's why we've created Tesco Outlet. Tesco Outlet is wholly owned and managed by Tesco Stores Ltd but operates independently, meaning we are able to offer products that are not available in store."

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The Tesco Outlet actually sits within the eBay website

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What can you buy on Tesco Outlet?

With more than 300 products listed on Tesco Outlet, you'll mostly find deals on new and refurbished tech like mobile phones, tablets, and accessories like headphones. You can also find deals on TVs and gaming products too. While you can buy items new, you can also buy refurbished items which can help reduce the original price tag significantly. The electronics all come with a 12-month warranty too.

Right now, you can save 37% on a refurbished Google Pixel 6a 128GB smartphone and get 33% off a Samsung Galaxy A14 64GB smartphone. You can even get 25% off a refurbished Apple iPhone 14 (128GB), saving more than £200 on an RRP of £1,199.

Deal might change frequently, but while the outlet has a section called Toys, Home and DIY, there was only an inflatable hot tub available under this section at the time of writing. We also spotted this Angelcare baby monitor with 10% off, but it was the only product of this nature we came across. 

Tesco Outlet also states that it guarantees fast and free delivery.

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Sadly you won't be able to collect Clubcard points if you buy items through the Tesco Outlet

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Can you earn Clubcard points on Tesco Outlet?

While there are lots of ways to collect Clubcard points, sadly you won't be able to collect them with purchases made on Tesco Outlet. This is because the outlet website technically sits within the eBay website, and there is no mechanism in place for you to link your Tesco Clubcard with your eBay account. 

If you love hunting for a bargain, then you might also love this website where you can get high-street branded clothes for less than £5. If it's time for you to get a new phone, laptop or tablet, make sure you know how to sell your old gadgets so you can make a little extra cash to put towards your purchase. 

Sarah Handley
Consumer Writer & Money Editor, GoodtoKnow

Sarah is GoodtoKnow’s Consumer Writer & Money Editor and is passionate about helping mums save money wherever they can - whether that's spending wisely on toys and kidswear or keeping on top of the latest news around childcare costs, child benefit, the motherhood penalty. A writer, journalist and editor with more than 15 years' experience, Sarah is all about the latest toy trends and is always on the look out for toys for her nephew or Goddaughters so that she remains one of their favourite grown ups. When not writing about money or best buys, Sarah can be found hanging out with her rockstar dog Pepsi, getting opinionated about a movie or learning British Sign Language. 

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