Everyone loves shopping in a store where you can get all your needs in one shop. This not only saves you the time of going from one place to another but also saves your money for more purchases as you would have spent on transportation if you had to buy one of your needs at one place and another need at a different place. So, everyone will agree that shopping in a superstore where you can get your groceries and clothes while also purchasing your medical needs at a single shop is definitely better for you and your pocket.
There are many departmental stores and supermarkets around where you can step in and make all your purchase. However, if you are in the UK, one such outlet that has been around for so long is Tesco. Tesco declares that they can handle the shopping for clothing, homeware and entertainment products. But how true is this claim?
About Tesco Groceries
Tesco’s story dates back to 1919 when their founder Jack Cohen began selling surplus groceries from a stall in the East End of London; after he left the army at the end of the Great War. He started the stall with the aim of putting affordable food in the reach of everyone. At the end of the first day, he made a profit of 1 pound, on the sales of 4 pounds. And by 1924, the name Tesco was born; and in 1929, they opened the first Tesco store in Burnt Oak, Edgeware, North London. This company has purportedly grown since then, into the huge conglomerate that they are, today.
Channels to contact Tesco Groceries
Tesco assures their customers that they can find the answers regarding their questions, and enquiries, on their FAQs page, on the Tesco website. Besides this, customers can also call them on 080003234040; for which they state that they are open from Monday to Saturday, from 7am to 11pm, while on Sunday they are open from 10am to 10pm. Tesco avows that they also have a social media presence on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, among others.
Products and Services of Tesco Groceries
Tesco maintains that they have in stock all their customer’s daily needs in groceries, so they can shop for fresh and packaged foods from their shelves. They claim to also meet all their customer’s clothing needs, with their F & F clothing section. Customers can also carry out their transactions with the Tesco banks, which are located within the Tesco supermarkets, for the convenience of the customers.
Also available is the Tesco photo within their stores, where shoppers can take your photo shots, while they shop from the store. Tesco also offers a delivery service, where they deliver the customer’s purchase to their doorstep.
Delivery and Refund Policy of Tesco Groceries
Tesco also offers free deliveries for purchases above a certain amount and there is also available the ‘delivery saver’, which is a subscription-based service, designed to help reduce the cost of home deliveries for grocery orders. Customers can also cancel the delivery saver service, within 14 days of starting. There is also a return and refund policy for some of their products bases on certain conditions.