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Pick up triple points when you shop in Sainsbury's this weekend, Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th October.

That's an amazing 6 points per £1 spent each time you:
Shop in any Sainsbury's store, including convenience stores and in store cafés
Buy groceries, electricals and more online at sainsburys.co.uk
Make a fuel purchase at any Sainsbury's petrol station


Triple points Terms and Conditions

Triple points offer redemption only available with presentation of Nectar card at time of purchase.
Triple points offer available from 0.00am 16th October - 11.59pm 17th October 2010.
The following products are not included in the Triple points offer; Prescription medicine, Infant Formula, tobacco and related products, gift vouchers, BT phone cards, E-Topup, saving stamps, postage stamps, National Lottery products, car park tickets, vending machine purchases and points collected from recycling used carrier bags.
Triple points offer may be used in conjunction with other offers and Nectar promotions. Additional bonus points will be allocated on base spend points only and not on the increased points balance that results from this offer. For example, for each £1 spent 6 Nectar points will be awarded. Should a Double Nectar points coupon be used during the Triple points offer, a total of 8 points per £1 will be awarded.
Triple points offer available on sainsburys.co.uk online purchases made from 0.00am 16th October - 11.59pm 17th October (excluding online groceries). Triple points will be awarded to grocery online orders delivered between 16th and 17th October
Triple points offer also applies to fuel purchases; a total of 3 points will be awarded for every litre of fuel purchased.
Sainsbury's reserves the right to withdraw Triple points offer at any time.


500 points = £2.50
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#1
lol...hardly exciting given that you need 6 million points to a penny chew
#2
Thanks. Got some extra points vouchers to use too
#3
buy a tv for 500 quid etc , then return it, all points freeeeeeee lol
#4
Huh! I got a coupon today when I shopped with them telling me I would get triple points on my next shopping over £40.
Sneaky......

heat
1 Like #5
No need to publicise this loop hole

khalifazed
buy a tv for 500 quid etc , then return it, all points freeeeeeee lol
#6
m1chaels
No need to publicise this loop hole
khalifazed
buy a tv for 500 quid etc , then return it, all points freeeeeeee lol
why not ??? i see some1 might feel over polite and go ring there head office lol and in return they might receive vegtables
#7
khalifazed
buy a tv for 500 quid etc , then return it, all points freeeeeeee lol

oh wow, not

so by my calcs you get a whopping £15....id spend that in petrol getting to sainsburys
#8
Used 4000 points to get a £20 amazon voucher today. Pretty good value, i think i've only spent about £100 with various promotions to get that.
#9
khalifazed
buy a tv for 500 quid etc , then return it, all points freeeeeeee lol


The points would be refunded too, on a purchase that expensive.
2 Likes #10
Oh christ, the usual Nectar bashing. You know, Nectar points get a lot of stick, but we have Nectar cards and the Nectar American Express and we seem to rack up the points nicely without spending loads.

And earlier this year we signed up to Sainsbury's house insurance and got double Nectar points for two years, which is making us a pretty penny. Plus the usual vouchers for double points here and there.

I know it might not be as good a deal as Tesco Clubcard, but for those of you who don't shop at Tesco, it's great. Great deal. Heat added.
#11
Cold, just spent £75 at Sainsburys, so same spend at the weekend will get you 450 points, worth just over £2, A tesco £75 spend will get you £6 in deals. I only went to sainburys as they send me a coupon in the post. Their prices are much more than the rest. Even with my £10 off voucher, probably cost more than going elsewhere.
#12
**** just done our fortnightly shop!! Found sum good bargains tho, saved a trip to the Co-op as Sains have Lloyd Grossman pasta sauces for £1.00.
#13
paul.jacobs
Cold, just spent £75 at Sainsburys, so same spend at the weekend will get you 450 points, worth just over £2, A tesco £75 spend will get you £6 in deals. I only went to sainburys as they send me a coupon in the post. Their prices are much more than the rest. Even with my £10 off voucher, probably cost more than going elsewhere.


So you vote cold because you've already done your shop?
#14
Include petrol?
#15
matedodgy
Include petrol?


nicster08
Triple points offer also applies to fuel purchases; a total of 3 points will be awarded for every litre of fuel purchased.
#16
nicster08
paul.jacobs
Cold, just spent £75 at Sainsburys, so same spend at the weekend will get you 450 points, worth just over £2, A tesco £75 spend will get you £6 in deals. I only went to sainburys as they send me a coupon in the post. Their prices are much more than the rest. Even with my £10 off voucher, probably cost more than going elsewhere.


So you vote cold because you've already done your shop?


Nope, nectar is poor in comparison to Tesco who have been doing double points for ages. Take it on the chin, it's a forum for discussion, not somewhere to get praise for pointing out a naff offer.
#17
Sainsburys are the cheapest round here for fuel and Nectar points go nicely towards random items they have on offer from time to time, so I apprieate the heads up. Heated!
#18
paul.jacobs
Their prices are much more than the rest


Not really, no.
#19
supermarkets fight ferociously to get there prices competative. Even on the tescos adverts it shows sainsburys have 6-700 products that are cheaper than tescos. If these are the products you buy then you are quids in.

I shop at sainsburys cause i like the food they sell, tescos is a bit **** on there own brand stuff and asda i find worse.

If im gonna shop there anyway then why shouldnt i get a nectar card and save some WONGA!
2 Likes #20
II used to like Tescos but now am a Sainsbury's fan.

I find the quality much better and find some of the basics range is better than Tesco's normal range.
1 Like #21
If you already shop at Sainsburys like I do then this is a good heads up, thank you. If you're savvy and use the tricks you can stack up a shed load of points! Heat :)
1 Like #22
loulou11
II used to like Tescos but now am a Sainsbury's fan.I find the quality much better and find some of the basics range is better than Tesco's normal range.
I fully agree with you!
1 Like #23
Those Asda adverts really wind me up. They only compare branded goods, which, to be fair, Asda sell cheaper. This makes people think that Sainsbury's are more expensive that Aada

But if you look at prices across the store, there's really not much in it (how could there be - Sainsbury's aren't crazy) and the quality in sainsbury's is a lot better.

Personally I find the atmosphere in Tesco a bit cold and like a warehouse. Sainsbury's is a much more inviting store.

Just my opinion.
1 Like #24
And, if you plow your shopping into mysupermarket.com it will clearly show you who is cheapest on a weekly basis. I am the queen of tight so do this regulary and Sainsburys always comes up cheapest for us. Added bonus getting Nectar points :)
2 Likes #25
Sainsburys are pretty competitive these days, and there food is better than Tesco imo. As is the wine.

As people say, not as good as clubcard but if you prefer to shop at Sainsburys, then this is a bonus deal. Hot.
#26
Hmm, I wonder if this will stack with the double points voucher they gave me last week? ;)
#27
Nectar points are pointless (do you see).

Tesco points on the other hand have provided me with a free family holiday every year for the last 7 odd years. Currently racking up at least £1000 a year for nothing (getting the Clubcard Credit Card helps even if you don't shop in Tesco too).

Everyone should be Nectar bashing all of the time. It is a joke. End of.
#28
Also you have to remember some people on have sainsburys around so no tescos! and tesco home delivery is bad around here they only give you meat with 1 maybe 2 days left if your lucky.
suspended 1 Like #29
retrogameskid
Nectar points are pointless (do you see).

Tesco points on the other hand have provided me with a free family holiday every year for the last 7 odd years. Currently racking up at least £1000 a year for nothing (getting the Clubcard Credit Card helps even if you don't shop in Tesco too).

Everyone should be Nectar bashing all of the time. It is a joke. End of.


But u can get a nectar Mastercard to boost up your points. You get loads of points from shopping and petrol, not to mention sainsbury petrol is usually the cheapest for me.

Both have their bonuses really, depends which one you like.
#30
I have Nectar.com in my toolbar to remind me to go through it for my online purchases, loads of companies do it, even ebay - I don't want to get involved with quidco or any of those things - and it soon mounts up.

Tesco don't give you points for anywhere near as many companies - only electricity, isn't it? - even though they are my preferred shop for groceries. I like the food and people don't take their kids there to scream at them as they seem to do in Hornchurch Sainsburys.......;)
1 Like #31
toomanychoices
I have Nectar.com in my toolbar to remind me to go through it for my online purchases, loads of companies do it, even ebay - I don't want to get involved with quidco or any of those things - and it soon mounts up. Tesco don't give you points for anywhere near as many companies - only electricity, isn't it? - even though they are my preferred shop for groceries. I like the food and people don't take their kids there to scream at them as they seem to do in Hornchurch Sainsburys.......;)
But bear in mind Quidco and the like give you cold, hard cash (eventually), which you can spend where you like and don't have to jump through hoops to redeem.
#32
[/quote]But bear in mind Quidco and the like give you cold, hard cash (eventually), which you can spend where you like and don't have to jump through hoops to redeem.[/quote]
Oh I know that, and don't get me wrong, I'm not saying Nectar points are better than quidco but if you're not spending enough to make it worth the £5 a year fee then you might just as well add a few nectar points to that which you earned from groceries etc. It's still better than nothing.

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