What that means is I bought wellies, some falafel mix, soft cheese and - a weekend treat - some choccie buttons for the bargain price of £9.50 the lot. That seemed a pretty savvy deal to me.
I don't bother with a Tesco Clubcard, but I've got various other ones, like a Boots card and one for Superdrug. I'd always go for price and quality of an item, rather than concentrate on how many points buying it would generate for me though. Loyalty isn't a quality many of us increasingly feel toward shops, however much they want us to invest emotionally in their brands.