Your rights and choices

Here we explain the rights and choices you have with regards to the personal data that we hold about you, and suggest some resources which may be useful to you

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Managing your marketing choices

We will send relevant offers and news about our products and services to you, for example by email, but only if you have agreed to receive them. It’s easy to change your mind though. If you want to stop (or start) receiving them you can let us know in one of three ways:


  • Log-in to your Tesco account
  • Click on the “Your Account” tab
  • Click “Your Contact Preferences”

Over the phone:

By writing to:

  • Tesco Customer Contact Centre
    IDA Business and Technology Park
    Cork Road

What data we hold about you

You also have the right for some of your personal data to be "transferred" or "ported". Find out how to make a data portability request

Keeping your personal dataup to date

We want to make sure that the personal data we hold about you is accurate. If any of your details are incorrect you can update them online when you log into your Tesco account, or you can contact us.

Contacting us

We are always happy to answer any questions you may have about your personal data or data privacy. If you have any questions or concerns about how we collect, store and use personal data please contact us.

Cookies and similar technologies

You can manage cookies through your browser or your device settings. To find out how we use cookies and similar technologies, read our privacy and cookies policy. You can also learn more about cookies and how to manage them by visiting

Useful resources

Data protection is about your fundamental right to privacy.

The office of the Data Protection Commissioner is established under the 1988 Data Protection Act. The Data Protection Amendment Act, 2003, updated the legislation, implementing the provisions of EU Directive 95/46. The Acts set out the general principle that individuals should be in a position to control how data relating to them is used.

The Data Protection Commissioner is responsible for upholding the rights of individuals as set out in the Acts, and enforcing the obligations upon data controllers. The Commissioner is appointed by Government and is independent in the exercise of his or her functions. Individuals who feel their rights are being infringed can complain to the Commissioner, who will investigate the matter, and take whatever steps may be necessary to resolve it.

To learn more about staying safe online, visit Internet Matters and Get Safe Online.

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