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    We would like to kindly inform you that from January 1, 2020, the rules for issuing invoices for fiscal receipts have changed. This means that in the case of sales registered at the cash register, the seller will issue an invoice to the buyer who uses the NIP identification number only if the number is on the receipt documenting the sale.

     

    At the same time, we would like to remind you that, according to currently applicable VAT regulations, a receipt up to PLN 450 gross (100 EUR) with the buyer's NIP is a simplified invoice equivalent to a regular invoice.
    In the case of such receipts (with the buyer's NIP), to confirm the purchase the buyer does not need to additionally apply for a full VAT invoice.

     

    To obtain a VAT invoice using the Tesco E-shopping service, please enter your tax identification number in the field below when placing your order:universal_module_heading_entries0_text

     

    Other data such as company name or address should be entered as usual in the field: "Leave instructions for the supplier".

     

    The tax identification number must be entered with every order - this data is not recorded on the website. If you want to receive a full FV for the value of the order below PLN 450, please also fill in the field "Leave instructions for the supplier" by entering the information "full FV" and company details to be on the FV.

     

    At the same time, we would like to remind you that notification of the issue of a full VAT invoice should be made by the 15th day of the following month, following the month in which the sale was made.

     

    New regulations regarding the issue of invoices for receipts are provided for in art. 1 point 21 of the Act of 4 July 2019 amending the Act on tax on goods and services and some other acts (Journal of Laws item 1520).

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