******* EXPIRED ****** Kids holidays - up to 4 times value on Nectar points for theme park attractions @ Nectar.com or Sainsbury - starting 23th July until 12th Aug - HotUKDeals
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****** LAST DAY TODAY i.e. 12 AUG 2014 ******

Normal Nectar points value: 500pts = £2.50 or 1000pts = £5.00

- 4 times value @ Thorpe Park. Alton Towwer, Legoland, Chessington W of A
(£20 for exchanging 1000 Nectar points or £30 for exchanging 1500 Nectar points or £40 for exchanging 2000 Nectar points)

- 4 times value : Madame Tussauds and Warwick Castle
(£10 for exchanging 500 Nectar points, or £20 for exchanging 1000 Nectar points)

There are other deals for boosting points to 3 times or making them double.

You'll be able to exchange your points for vouchers in participating Sainsbury's stores or at nectar.com from 23 July -12 August 2014

Full terms http://www.nectar.com/double-up/terms.points
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#1
Full terms http://www.nectar.com/double-up/terms.points

I've got five £40 vouchers of worth £200 (spent in total 2000 x 5 = 10000 points) in Sainsbury's today.

http://s16.postimg.org/ffv5ltm38/voucher.jpg




Edited By: aulakh on Jul 29, 2014 20:36: typo
#2
Superb ! I've bagged 13,500 points with the help of some strategic stationary orders at work (_;) time to cash in :)
#3
Have used these for entry to a local gym swimming pool. Cant figure out what the deal here is though for swimming. Doesnt have a double or three times sign on Swim just a "more" sign and the T&C's are a bit cryptic too.
#4
gonna be using mine for free swimming!
#5
jdpwest
Have used these for entry to a local gym swimming pool. Cant figure out what the deal here is though for swimming. Doesnt have a double or three times sign on Swim just a "more" sign and the T&C's are a bit cryptic too.

From T&C:
Swim vouchers are issued in bundles of 4 for exchanging 500 Nectar points. Each swim voucher entitles the holder to a free individual swim at a NectarSwim pool.

Find nearest Swimming pool: http://www.nectar.com/swim/index.rnectar
#6
aulakh
jdpwest
Have used these for entry to a local gym swimming pool. Cant figure out what the deal here is though for swimming. Doesnt have a double or three times sign on Swim just a "more" sign and the T&C's are a bit cryptic too.

From T&C:
Swim vouchers are issued in bundles of 4 for exchanging 500 Nectar points. Each swim voucher entitles the holder to a free individual swim at a NectarSwim pool.

Find nearest Swimming pool: http://www.nectar.com/swim/index.rnectar

Yes those are the T&C's I read thanks.

Whats not clear is how this relates to the Swim locations that you'll find if you click the link. Some are listed as Silver others are Gold. Tickets are also normally sold fo child, adults or family.

The best reading of those T&C's is that its 4 individual tickets (either kids or adults) for 500 points. Which would be amazing and 4 tickets for a gold swim is normally 3000 points (if not more) so would be 6x transfer.

As you can see its confused me as to what that line in the T&C's translate into
#7
jdpwest
aulakh
jdpwest
Have used these for entry to a local gym swimming pool. Cant figure out what the deal here is though for swimming. Doesnt have a double or three times sign on Swim just a "more" sign and the T&C's are a bit cryptic too.

From T&C:
Swim vouchers are issued in bundles of 4 for exchanging 500 Nectar points. Each swim voucher entitles the holder to a free individual swim at a NectarSwim pool.

Find nearest Swimming pool: http://www.nectar.com/swim/index.rnectar

Yes those are the T&C's I read thanks.

Whats not clear is how this relates to the Swim locations that you'll find if you click the link. Some are listed as Silver others are Gold. Tickets are also normally sold fo child, adults or family.

The best reading of those T&C's is that its 4 individual tickets (either kids or adults) for 500 points. Which would be amazing and 4 tickets for a gold swim is normally 3000 points (if not more) so would be 6x transfer.

As you can see its confused me as to what that line in the T&C's translate into

Yes, you are right its bit confusing. They have mentioned the procedure as follows:
1. Find your local swimming pool Choose from hundreds of locations
2. Order your vouchers online Allow 48 hours for your voucher to arrive by email
3. Go swim Hand over your voucher and Nectar card at the pool

Now, It does not say anything about Gold or Silver pools, seems like once you have the voucher, you can go to either!?!
#8
jullie7
Superb ! I've bagged 13,500 points with the help of some strategic stationary orders at work (_;) time to cash in :)
How, share the secrets!
#9
emon13
jullie7
Superb ! I've bagged 13,500 points with the help of some strategic stationary orders at work (_;) time to cash in :)
How, share the secrets!
Luckily I got sent some 3,000 extra nectar points vouchers for a £250 spend so I just waited until our order exceeded this amount before placing. Happy days!
#10
I read that if I order these rewards online they arrive within 10 days in voucher from however I am off to Blackpool in 9 days so worry they won't arrive in time. If I go into my larger sainsburys store with they have the vouchers there for madam tussauds and the sea life centre or are these going to have to be sent from nectar and ordered online??? X
#11
If I booked Legoland with a hotel stay over - would I be able to pay for that with the nectar vouchers? I can't find anything that mentions it - but the vouchers appear to be for Legoland Resort (not just park)...
#12
Last year they were able to print the swim vouchers in store in the form of till slips similar to those you occasionally receive when paying.
#13
Thanks so much, got loads of points and didn't know you could use them for days out. Longleat here I come :-)
#14
Anyone used these for legoland and the like to get adults and kids tickets? sainsburys state 1 voucher per transaction, and that you need to show your nectar card. It would seem the only way to do this would be to queue up multiple times to get tickets, is this doable? anyone any experience?
#15
lmaitch
Anyone used these for legoland and the like to get adults and kids tickets? sainsburys state 1 voucher per transaction, and that you need to show your nectar card. It would seem the only way to do this would be to queue up multiple times to get tickets, is this doable? anyone any experience?

I am going to Legoland tomorrow and quite sure they will do this, although they have to do in each transactions but don't think they will ask me to re-join the queue (their customer service is generally good). I can update this tomorrow evening.

Edited By: aulakh on Jul 29, 2014 20:39
#16
aulakh
lmaitch
Anyone used these for legoland and the like to get adults and kids tickets? sainsburys state 1 voucher per transaction, and that you need to show your nectar card. It would seem the only way to do this would be to queue up multiple times to get tickets, is this doable? anyone any experience?

I am going to Legoland tomorrow and quite sure they will do this, although they have to do in each transactions but don't think they will ask me to re-join the queue (their customer service is generally good). I can update this tomorrow evening.

Had a great day at Legoland with kids today. I want to confirm that only one voucher could be used per transaction but it was just an extra work for the ticket counter lady i.e. I didn't have to re-join the queue.
#17
BE CARFULL HERE BECAUSE DEAL STATES ONE VOUCHER PER PERSON PER VIST
BIGEST IS 40 QUID OF EACH PERSON
45 QUID ENTRY TO CHESSINGTON 49 THORPE PARK
YOU WILL STILL NEED TO PAY EXTRA ON EACH TICKET
GET SOME 2 FOR ONE ENTIRES OR BOOK ONLINE WORKS OUT ABOUT 25
NOT REALLY TIMES 4
STICK TO SWIMMING VOUCHERS
#18
marsh1234
BE CARFULL HERE BECAUSE DEAL STATES ONE VOUCHER PER PERSON PER VIST
BIGEST IS 40 QUID OF EACH PERSON
45 QUID ENTRY TO CHESSINGTON 49 THORPE PARK
YOU WILL STILL NEED TO PAY EXTRA ON EACH TICKET
GET SOME 2 FOR ONE ENTIRES OR BOOK ONLINE WORKS OUT ABOUT 25
NOT REALLY TIMES 4
STICK TO SWIMMING VOUCHERS

Thanks but try not to use all capital letters.
#19
jullie7
emon13
jullie7
Superb ! I've bagged 13,500 points with the help of some strategic stationary orders at work (_;) time to cash in :)
How, share the secrets!
Luckily I got sent some 3,000 extra nectar points vouchers for a £250 spend so I just waited until our order exceeded this amount before placing. Happy days!

You ordered work stationary from Sainsburys? I suppose it wouldn't take long before it added up to £250 though.... sounds real dumb and worth the sack for wasting so much money.
#20
marsh1234
BE CARFULL HERE BECAUSE DEAL STATES ONE VOUCHER PER PERSON PER VIST
BIGEST IS 40 QUID OF EACH PERSON
45 QUID ENTRY TO CHESSINGTON 49 THORPE PARK
YOU WILL STILL NEED TO PAY EXTRA ON EACH TICKET
GET SOME 2 FOR ONE ENTIRES OR BOOK ONLINE WORKS OUT ABOUT 25
NOT REALLY TIMES 4
STICK TO SWIMMING VOUCHERS

BUT MY LOCAL IS FREE TO SWIM so what do you SUGGEST?
#21
aulakh
lmaitch
Anyone used these for legoland and the like to get adults and kids tickets? sainsburys state 1 voucher per transaction, and that you need to show your nectar card. It would seem the only way to do this would be to queue up multiple times to get tickets, is this doable? anyone any experience?

I am going to Legoland tomorrow and quite sure they will do this, although they have to do in each transactions but don't think they will ask me to re-join the queue (their customer service is generally good). I can update this tomorrow evening.
Just go and buy a pack or two of kellogs corn flakes! Adult (not child) ticket free when paying for child.
#22
bargainhunter666
jullie7
emon13
jullie7
Superb ! I've bagged 13,500 points with the help of some strategic stationary orders at work (_;) time to cash in :)
How, share the secrets!
Luckily I got sent some 3,000 extra nectar points vouchers for a £250 spend so I just waited until our order exceeded this amount before placing. Happy days!

You ordered work stationary from Sainsburys? I suppose it wouldn't take long before it added up to £250 though.... sounds real dumb and worth the sack for wasting so much money.
Not from Saisbury's nectar vouchers from Viking Stationary orders :)
#23
jullie7
bargainhunter666
jullie7
emon13
jullie7
Superb ! I've bagged 13,500 points with the help of some strategic stationary orders at work (_;) time to cash in :)
How, share the secrets!
Luckily I got sent some 3,000 extra nectar points vouchers for a £250 spend so I just waited until our order exceeded this amount before placing. Happy days!

You ordered work stationary from Sainsburys? I suppose it wouldn't take long before it added up to £250 though.... sounds real dumb and worth the sack for wasting so much money.
Not from Saisbury's nectar vouchers from Viking Stationary orders :)
Ah... Oh the days of ordering from Viking - waiting to see what the freebie was....wondering if they still do that.
1 Like #24
bargainhunter666
jullie7
bargainhunter666
jullie7
emon13
jullie7
Superb ! I've bagged 13,500 points with the help of some strategic stationary orders at work (_;) time to cash in :)
How, share the secrets!
Luckily I got sent some 3,000 extra nectar points vouchers for a £250 spend so I just waited until our order exceeded this amount before placing. Happy days!

You ordered work stationary from Sainsburys? I suppose it wouldn't take long before it added up to £250 though.... sounds real dumb and worth the sack for wasting so much money.
They sure do !! :D
Not from Saisbury's nectar vouchers from Viking Stationary orders :)
Ah... Oh the days of ordering from Viking - waiting to see what the freebie was....wondering if they still do that.
#25
great deal just bear in mind that I dont thimk you can mix these vouchers
i.e. if you have to pay £37 for a child and £43 for an adult they take a £40 voucher for the child and a £40 for the adult and charge £3 extra I did it amcouple of years ago and that is what happened.
best thing to do is get £40 vouchers for adults and £30 for children
hope it helps
1 Like #26
BUT MY LOCAL IS FREE TO SWIM so what do you SUGGEST?



Don't gloat I have 4 kids under the age of 9 and it costs me a fortune. I was in Walsall a week ago and kids under 16 go free. I suggest you spend the vouchers on something else and great it as a freebie as if you paid for the swimming. Go on treat your self.
#27
Its ending today, please hurry if interested.
#28
quick question , the nectar card is in my gfs name and the vouchers that arrived for merlin are in her name as well , but if she does not go to chessington with me can i use the vouchers with her nectar card ?
#29
taiko
quick question , the nectar card is in my gfs name and the vouchers that arrived for merlin are in her name as well , but if she does not go to chessington with me can i use the vouchers with her nectar card ?

I went to Chessigton World two days back. Nobody asked me for my Nectar Card. I've just paid the balance and thats it.

Edited By: aulakh on Aug 31, 2014 20:02
#30
lol i went friday and no one asked me for anything as well.

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