Tesco delays Clubcard rewards cut after backlash
The supermarket announced on Monday that the value of its reward vouchers was changing immediately, provoking an angry response on social media.
It has now pushed back a drop in the most generous rewards until June.
Shoppers collect points for money spent with the supermarket and these become vouchers, which can be used for things such as days out or restaurant meals.
Under the changes announced on Monday, vouchers worth four times their face value were cut to three times their value.
But Tesco has now agreed to delay that change until 10 June to give shoppers more time to spend them.
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