Jelly Deals: Tesco money off vouchers return

5 off 35, 10 off 75 or 20 off 150.

A note from the editor: Jelly Deals is a deals site launched by our parent company, Gamer Network, with a mission to find the best bargains out there. Look out for the Jelly Deals roundup of reduced-price games and kit every Saturday on Eurogamer.

Just in time for what is most likely payday for the vast majority of the country, Tesco Direct is back on its voucher game, offering up a trio of discounts depending on how much you spend today.


Spend 35 or more and you can get 5 off by entering code TDX-PWFG, spend 75 or more and you can save 10 by entering code TDX-GWRJ and finally, spending 150 or more will get you 20 off when you enter the code TDX-WFGR during checkout.

This means if you were looking to pick up a Nintendo Switch console, it'll cost you 259 right now; a copy of today's new release Monster Hunter World will cost you 39 on either format; Doom on Switch is reduced to 35; a pre-order for Far Cry 5's Gold Edition will cost you 54 for the game and season pass bundle, and a whole batch more.

It also brings the price of a PS4 Pro with FIFA 18 down to 299 for the first time since before Christmas and works on a whole range of non-gaming related electricals as well.

Make note of the codes above and make sure you enter the right one for your basket spend, enter it at checkout and you're good to go. Over at Jelly Deals, you'll find a guide to the very best Monster Hunter gifts for fans of the series, as well as the best external hard drives for PS4 available now.

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