(PRWeb UK) July 18, 2010
With summer festival season in full swing Tesco is today announcing a special deal this summer giving away extra Clubcard points to customers purchasing headliner releases from their dedicated entertainment website; tesco.com/entertainment
Whether you have been able to catch your favourite act or not this summer, Tesco Entertainment is offering a unique deal that will allow you to earn 150 Clubcard points when purchasing a wide variety of already competitively priced headliner releases.
With much hyped releases available such as the Jay Z platinum CD album Blueprint 3 (http://www.tescoentertainment.com/store/browse/cd/), Massive Attack's much anticipated 5th studio album Heligoland and Gorillaz's hugely popular third album Plastic Beach, plus many more, there is plenty of choice and some great bargains to be picked up.
Summer 2010 has been another hot season for festivals so far. Jay Z delivered rapping supremacy to headline Wireless and Isle of Wight, ACDC rocked the Download festival in Donnington Park, Gorillaz brought an entourage of musical legends to centre stage at Glastonbury (including the Clash, Bobby Womack, and Mos Def) and Massive Attack will be bringing their clinical productions to a laid back crowd gathered at the UK Big Chill festival in the first week of August.
As well as these mainstream UK festivals smaller festivals such as Bestival, Secret Garden Party, Latitude and Womad ensures all tastes are catered for on this music obsessed island. Whatever genre of music appeals to your tastes this summer you are likely to have been totally spoilt for choice with festival options.
Find out more information about this latest festival CD and MP3 deals on Tesco Entertainment and pick up your summer tunes along with some extra Clubcard points whilst you are at it.
Tesco plc, a UK-based international grocery and merchandising retailer, is Britain's largest supplier and the world's third largest grocery retailer, by both global sales and domestic market share. Founded as a food specialist in 1929, Tesco has now expanded into diverse areas such as flowers, books, music, clothes, gifts, telecoms and even baby buggies. The company employs over 250,000 people, operates 1,779 stores across Europe and Asia and serves over 15 million customers.