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Double your Clubcard vouchers at F&F

Summer 2015 Clubcard Boost

You can exchange every £5 of your Clubcard vouchers for £10 of Boost tokens to spend at F&F online.

How do I boost?

  1. Click 'Boost now' - this will launch the Tesco Clubcard Boost website in a new window
  2. Enter the quantity of Clubcard vouchers you would like to boost, then click 'Add to basket'
  3. Click 'Clubcard checkout' to complete
  4. You will receive two emails: one confirming your order number, the other providing your Boost token code/s
  5. Shop and enter your Boost token code/s at checkout
Boost now Your Clubcard Vouchers can be boosted until Sunday 13th September and your F&F Boost token code/s must be used by Sunday 13th September.

Frequently Asked Questions

My Clubcard Boost code is not working, what should I do?

Your order value should be at least the value of the Boost Tokens (after any discounts have been applied and excluding delivery charges); otherwise the code will not work.

Also, please check that the eCoupon you are using is a Clubcard Boost Token and not a standard Clubcard voucher, and that it is for F&F online only. The code may also not work if you copy and paste it, so please try typing it in exactly as it is shown on the eCoupon. The F&F Boost token will begin with CCB followed by a mixture of numbers and letters.

If you require more advice or assistance on this, please contact our customer services team on 0800 323 4070, who will be happy to help.

How do I use my Boost tokens at

After you have followed the 5 steps above to exchange your Clubcard vouchers for Boost tokens, simply add items to your bag as normal and click to checkout.

Once you're in the checkout, underneath the delivery address section there is a button labelled 'Use Promo Code'.

Click the button to access the promo code page and follow the instructions carefully to enter the Boost token code/s you received in the second email.

Please enter your Clubcard Boost token code/s after any other promotional codes to ensure the correct discount is applied.

Why will I receive two emails after I boost my vouchers?

You will receive two emails: The first email confirming that you have boosted your Clubcard vouchers and the second email providing your Boost token code/s to spend online at F&F.

Please ensure you enter your Boost token codes in the checkout; entering your order number from the first email will not work.

How do refunds work if I boost my vouchers?

  • By credit or debit card - we'll refund your money back onto the same payment card. Refunds normally take three to five working days (but may take up to 14 days) to show in your account from when we receive the item(s) back.
  • By Boost - We'll refund you with online (store) credit for half the value of the item (the original Clubcard voucher value). This is applied to your F&F account for you to use on a future order.
  • By part credit or debit card/part Boost - We'll refund you two separate refunds. In the first, we'll refund your money back onto the same payment card. In the second, we'll refund you for half the value of the item (the original Clubcard voucher value). The refunds normally take three to five working days (but may take up to 14 days) to show in your account from when we receive the item(s) back.
Find out more

Wolfgang Mwanje started dancing after being inspired by a show he saw while on a university gap year, and began by taking just one class per week. His career highlights now include being a backup dancer for Rita Ora and Rihanna, as well as performing at the 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony.

Which music gets you dancing?
I love all types of music because I dance. I hear the music and then adopt a style which fits it.

Do you have a favourite, can't-go-wrong
dance move?

Nothing beats the running man!

What has been the highlight of your career
so far?

Performing at the Olympics was the highlight of my career –
I gave the performance of my life.

What'’s your top tip for unconfident dancers?
My top tip for learning to dance is to try different classes.
A teacher's energy will bring it out of you.

Who is your dance hero?
Shaun Evaristo was my earliest dance inspiration. When YouTube was first blowing up I would watch his videos religiously to see how Americans would do it.


Emma Atkins left performing arts college in July 2012 and went straight into rehearsals for the Olympics. She works as a model and actress as well as a dancer and her career highlights include working with Pixie Lott, Rizzle Kicks and Mika.

Who is your dance hero?
My dance hero is most definitely Beyonce. She knows how to work it. She is an amazing dancer as well as performer.

Do you believe that anyone can learn to dance?
I do believe that anyone can learn to dance, if you have the passion and determination. It's something that requires a lot of hard work; even the best are still working to be better.

Do you have any advice for aspiring dancers?
I would just say keep doing what you love, work hard
and you will be rewarded.

Which music gets you dancing?
I enjoy most music but I am guilty of a cheesy old classic.

Do you have a favourite can’t-go-wrong
dance move?

You can’t go wrong with a hair whip.

Natricia Bernard is a creative director and choreographer who started out as a dancer. As a choreographer, she has worked with Kayne West, Ke$ha and Florence and the Machine among others, as well as coaching her couple to victory on STV's First Dance and choreographing Katie Perry’s MTV award winning video for Fireworks.

Where do you get your inspiration?
When you're working off a great beat, that's where you get your inspiration – the music always comes first.

Where did you get the inspiration
for the F&F video shoot?

For this shoot I looked at the feel, the quality, the textures, the movement and the style of the clothes.

Can anyone learn to dance?
Yes, anyone can do anything, if they want to, it's mind over matter. Anyone can dance, you just need to have the passion to want to dance, and then work your
way up.
What advice would you give to someone who wants to break into choreography?
My advice for would-be choreographers is to spend some time dancing first! It gives you heart.

What tips do you have for
aspiring dancers?

To be a great dancer, you need to be confident, and you need to own it. If you commit to something, and you believe in yourself wholeheartedly, you’ll have more fun. And from fun, anything is possible.