A TESCO fanatic says he has "no regrets" after tattooing his Clubcard QR code on his wrist – despite only saving £18 worth of points.
Dean Mayhew, 31, inked up the QR code on his wrist, and has no issues scanning it when it's time to pay for his shopping.
The father-of-three is happy to share the love too, snapping a photo of the price-saving loyalty card and sending to friends to use at their whim.
Since getting the tat last July, Dean says he has "no regrets" about going through with the procedure – as elevating food prices leave Brits hankering to save wherever they can.
While he has only gathered £18 worth of savings, the scaffolder says he hopes the incurred savings will cover the costs of the indulgent squeeze at Christmas.
He said: "Everything's going up in price so I'm always making sure I get it scanned now.
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"With the points, I'm going to save them up and save towards the cost of Christmas."
Dean got the tattoo on July 16 last year from artist Dan Rossetter, 39, at A Star Tattoo in Chessington, Surrey.
To ensure the savings are secured without incident, Dean routinely trims his wrist to keep it hairless.
Dean added: "Sometimes for presents, in the toy section things will be half the price when you get a Clubcard discount.
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"I've also done in the past where I've gone to Tesco and done a big shop, and the points I saved up would take it down by half.
"It will help out a lot, especially this year, with everything going up in price.
"I definitely don't regret getting the tattoo."
Despite the inked acquisition, Dean reveals he is toying with etching another loyalty card code in the near future.
Discussing plans to tattoo a Nectar Card code for his Sainsbury's visits, Dean said: "I could use the one on my phone but I want to use the one on my arm as it's funny."
It comes after a tattoo expert revealed the most gruesome and dangerous places to get tattooed and the fine line many walk between between inking up and "mutilation".
The Sun Online also revealed how one woman waiting to have sex with her fiancé after marriage has had a secret tattoo of his initials to spice up their wedding night.
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