Tesco is reminding customers to use almost £17m worth of Clubcard vouchers before they expire at the end of this month.

The £16.9m of vouchers, which are valid for two years, need to be used by midnight on May 31st, and with two bank holidays coming up, this may be the ideal time to exchange them.

The expiring Clubcard vouchers can be used towards the cost of the weekly shop, to pay for fuel or to pick up a great new deal with Tesco Mobile.

But customers can unlock even more value by exchanging the vouchers for 2x their value with 100+ Clubcard Reward Partners including PizzaExpress, Alton Towers Resort and Hotels.com.

In addition, Tesco has today revealed that there are also millions of pounds worth of Clubcard Reward Partner codes that are expiring soon.

More than £27m of expiring codes for Clubcard Reward Partners need to be used over the next six weeks, including more than £16m worth of rewards for days out and eating out.

Tesco has emailed customers with reminders and is also encouraging customers to use the Tesco Grocery & Clubcard app to check to see if any of their vouchers or reward codes are set to expire.

Ashwin Prasad, Tesco Chief Commercial Officer, said: “People across the UK will be looking forward to two Bank Holiday weekends in May and thinking about how they can make the most of them.

“Tesco Clubcard holders can use the power of Clubcard to unlock all sorts of Bank Holiday fun, from saving on their shopping when they pick up their BBQ food, or to exchanging for 2x value with 100-plus Reward Partners, offering everything from fun days out for the family to meals out at some of the UK’s most-popular restaurant chains.

“With millions of vouchers expiring at the end of this month, we are urging everyone to make the most of their Clubcard this May and check to see if any vouchers or reward codes are expiring.”

Clubcard vouchers are just one way that Clubcard delivers great value for Tesco customers. Shoppers can also save £360* a year, by taking advantage of around 8,000 Clubcard Prices offers each week on everything from clothing and homeware to food and household products.