Tesco suspended the Delivery Saver plan in April, when the coronavirus outbreak was at its peak. In a email to its customers Tesco said: “As you know, we suspended Delivery Saver payments in April, which allowed us to support 580,000 vulnerable customers with 1.1million orders.
Plus, if customers end up spending more on the plan then they would have on groceries they will be reimbursed the difference in the form of an eCoupon.
Tesco explained: “Delivery Saver is our subscription-based delivery service, designed to help you reduce the cost of home deliveries for your grocery orders.
“Once you sign up, any orders you place via Tesco online will be delivered to your home or chosen delivery address, or through our Click+Collect service from your local store.
“You can do that once a day, every day, as long as your plan is valid.”
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Currently Tesco is not accepting new customers, but former customers can start using the system.
It said: “Sorry, we’re unable to accept any new Delivery Saver customers right now.
“Due to the increased demand for slots, we’re pausing new sign-ups so we can help existing customers.
“We’ll open up the service again when we can.”
Tesco is still limiting the number of face coverings that can be bought in store or ordered online to three.
In fact, no UK supermarkets have made masks compulsory currently.
Transport minister Grant Shapps gave some insight. He told Sky News why the rule is in place on public transport and not elsewhere.
Mr Shapps said: “The big difference on public transport is that you’re likely to be stuck in a space for a longer period of time.
“Whereas in a supermarket, you might go past somebody quite quickly.