- 1 Tesco Contact Numbers
- 2 Tesco Opening Hours
- 3 Reasons why you might call the Tesco Head Office contact number:
- 4 Tesco Head Office
- 5 Tesco Groceries
- 6 Tesco Direct
- 7 Tesco Online
- 8 Tesco Shopping
- 9 Tesco Delivery
- 10 Tesco Home
- 11 Tesco Superstore
- 12 Popular questions about Tesco
- 13 Who provides Tesco Mobile?
- 14 What Tesco stores are stopping 24 hours?
- 15 Tesco: Where is my grocery order?
- 16 Who underwrites Tesco Bank?
- 17 About Tesco
Tesco Contact Numbers
|Head Office||0844 826 1930|
|Customer Service||0843 320 9593|
|Complaints||0844 826 1930|
|Click & Collect||0843 320 9593|
|Lost property||0843 320 9594|
Tesco Opening Hours
|Head Office||9am-6pm, Monday to Friday|
Tesco is a supermarket retailer based in the UK.
Reasons why you might call the Tesco Head Office contact number:
- To find your nearest branch of Tesco.
- To find out more information about the ingredients of a product.
- To trace stock of an item, such as a piece of clothing or electrical item.
- To apply for a job at Tesco.
- To find out more information about a product which has been recalled.
- To track a delivery.
- To make a complaint about an in-store experience.
Tesco Head Office
|Head Office||Tesco Stores Ltd
Tesco House, Shire Park, Kestrel Way,
Welwyn Garden City, AL7 1GA
Tesco supermarkets have a wide range of groceries for you to choose from. In-store and online, you’ll find fresh fruit/veg, meat/poultry/fish, dairy, bakery, cupboard essentials and frozen food. You’ll find a mixture of popular brands and Tesco’s own brands, which include Tesco Finest and Tesco Value. Whatever your budget is, you will find what you need. You’ll also find a range of household products such as pet care, laundry and home entertainment.
Tesco Direct is an online shopping service where you will find products that you don’t normally see in Tesco stores. You’ll find technology, toys, furniture, DIY products and sports/leisure items. Tesco Direct is also the website that you use to purchase clothing for women, men and children. When you shop, you’ll get Clubcard points and also click and collect to your local store. Returns are also easy to make if you decide that you don’t like the item or you no longer need it.
If you find it difficult to get to the shops, shopping online could be useful to you. It’s a relatively simple process, you sign up, pick a slot that suits you, buy your groceries, review the order and checkout. You will find the same great offers online as you do in-store. Delivery slots are available from just £1 when you spend over a certain amount. You can also still take advantage of the Tesco Brand Guarantee.
Shopping at Tesco should be more affordable than elsewhere. This is why Tesco has the Tesco Brand Guarantee. If your branded shop of 10 or more products would have been cheaper at Asda, Sainsbury’s or Morrisons, you’ll get the difference back at the point of payment. Tesco will even check promotions. If you use online shopping, the prices are checked on the day of delivery and if there is money to be given back, this will be deducted from your bill and you’ll be able to see on your delivery receipt
You can have your shopping delivered seven days a week. If you regularly order your shopping, you can sign up for a delivery saver account. You’ll get a one-month free trial. Delivery saver is where you can have unlimited grocery deliveries on orders over £40, free next day delivery on Tesco Direct products, priority access to Christmas delivery slots and more. You’ll also never be out of pocket as Tesco will calculate if your plan cost more than you would have spent on deliveries and give you the difference back in the form of a voucher.
Tesco Direct has a great range of products for your home. You can shop by room or by category. You’ll find items such as blankets, candles, clocks, curtains, blinds, cushions, photo frames, lighting, mirrors, rugs, bedding, sofas, dining sets, wardrobes, bed frames, kids furniture and more. There are also regular home clearances so you may be able to find a great bargain for your home.
Tesco has several superstores across the country. In these types of stores, you’ll find a full range of products including groceries, home, clothing, mobile and electricals. Superstores also often have in-store cafés. The majority are open 24 hours a day or keep very late hours. You can find your nearest superstore by using the online store locator or calling the head office contact number on this page.
Popular questions about Tesco
Who provides Tesco Mobile?
Tesco Mobile coverage is provided by the O2 network, except in Ireland where it uses Three Ireland. This use of another network is known as ‘piggybacking’.
What Tesco stores are stopping 24 hours?
Some Tesco stores are cutting back on their 24 hours opening times in order to cut costs. 76 of the stores will change from 24 hours to closing between midnight and 6am. The list of stores closing is as follows, but there could be more:
Dundee South Road – Extra
Alloa – Extra
Craigmarloch – Superstore
Hartlepool – Extra
Eston Cleveland – Extra
Sunderland – Extra
Bradford Buttershaw – Superstore
Padiham – Superstore
Scarborough 2 – Superstore
Grimsby – Extra
Blackley Manchester – Superstore
Park Road – Extra
Leigh – Extra
Risca, Newport – Extra
Cannock – Superstore
Crewe – Extra
Mansfield – Extra
Stourbridge – Extra
Birmingham Aston Lane – Superstore
Birmingham Hodge Hill – Superstore
Call the number on this page to find the opening hours of your local store or check the Tesco website.
Tesco: Where is my grocery order?
If your Tesco online grocery order is late, you should be informed of a delay as soon as possible. You’ll usually receive this information by text message, but if you don’t and your delivery is late you should contact customer services.
Who underwrites Tesco Bank?
Tesco Bank provides a range of financial services. It was formed as a 50:50 joint venture between Tesco themselves and the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Tesco was founded in 1919 by Jack Cohen, originally as a group of market stalls. The Tesco brand first appeared in 1924 and the name came from Cohen combining his name (CO) with the name of a supplier, Thomas Edward Stockwell (TES). The first Tesco store opened in 1931 in Barnet. By 1939, there were over 100 Tesco stores across the country.
It was in the 1990s that Tesco began to branch out from being a grocery retailer to selling a range of other products such as books and clothing. Today, there are almost 7000 stores worldwide, including in Asia and Europe.
For more about Tesco, call the Head Office contact number on this page.