Tesco shoppers can treat their mum to exciting experiences including spa days

Mother's Day falls on March 27 this year.

So to celebrate the annual day for our mums, Tesco is giving customers a great opportunity.

Courtesy of the Tesco Clubcard scheme, you can take your mum out for an epic day out.

For those who love history can enjoy a day out at one of the iconic English Heritage locations, from Stonehenge to Dover Castle.

New to Tesco, shoppers can get one complimentary adult entry when booking online and entering the promo code.

Customers can also save 15% in the on-site cafe too.

If you can't choose which site to take in, you can exchange your Clubcard vouchers for an English Heritage annual membership.

Here people can receive unlimited access to castles, gardens, historic houses, abbeys and more for the rest of the year, saving £42.

Since relaxation has never been so important, mums looking to relax can use the vouchers on spa days or overnight breaks.

With spas across the country and offers starting from £25, enjoy great food, relaxing scenes and pampering body treatments.

There are hundreds of options in the Reward Partners, from fun at-home cocktail kits to jewellery from Goldsmiths.

The offer is valid on March 26-27 with a promotion code required to book.

Offers exclusive to Clubcard members will need to show their loyalty card on arrival.

The cheapest ticket included in the incredible promotion is free with a minimum spend of £5.

It's worth noting that the offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount offer.

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For more information, head to Tesco Clubcard Reward Partners to read the full terms and conditions.

Customers can turn every 50p in vouchers into £1.50 to use with English Heritage.

Usually an individual adult of family 1 adult membership can cost around £64.

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