How to buy Tesco shares (LON:TSCO) in the UK?

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To buy shares in Tesco (LON:TSCO), you need a share trading platform or share dealing account. Follow these three steps if you want to buy shares in Tesco:

  1. Decide if you want to buy Tesco shares in the short-term or invest in the long-term
  2. Compare share dealing and trading fees in our comparison tables
  3. Choose which broker is right for you and open an account

How much does it cost to buy Tesco shares (LON:TSCO)?

Buying one LON:TSCO share costs 309.48p. However, as well as the 309.48p cost of buying the shares you will also have to pay stamp duty, dealing and custody account fees for holding your shares with a broker. You also have to consider the difference between the bid price (the price at which you sell shares) and the offer price (the price at which you buy shares). These fees vary depending on what sort of account you open, and with what broker.  You can compare the different costs associated with the different types of trading and investing accounts in our comparison tables below.

Best stock brokers for buying Tesco shares

Share Dealing PlatformShare Dealing FeeAccount FeeMin DepositGMG RatingMore Info
Hargreaves Lansdown Share Dealing£5.95Shares: £0
Funds: 0.45%
£1
(4.4)
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IG Share Dealing£3-£8£24 per quarter£250
(4.4)
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Saxo Share Dealing0.10% (min. GBP 8)€10 per month
or 0.12%
£1
(4.3)
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Interactive Brokers Share Dealing£1 (or 0.05%)£0£1
(4.3)
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Interactive Investor Share Dealing£3.99 – £5.99From £4.99 a month£1
(4.3)
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AJ Bell Share Dealing£4.95 – £9.950.25%
(capped at £3.50 pm)
£500
(4.2)
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Bestinvest Share Dealing£4.950.2% to 0.4%£1
(4.2)
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Dodl Share Dealing£00.15%£1
(3.8)
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