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davej Avatar
8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
wondering who collects them and whats the best thing you got with your points?

i got just over 23000 points and was wondering if you can just walk into argos and pay for somthing with all my points or is it a case of so many points and the rest in cash?

i never claimed anything with my points yet and thinking of cashing them in? on the nectar site it shows some 360 games and ps3 games but not a lot of selection to chose from and says you claim them from cdwow, so does that mean i can go on there site and claim anything or just what it shows on the nectar site?
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
I got just over 23000 points and was wondering if you can just walk into argos and pay for somthing with all my points or is it a case of so many points and the rest in cash?


Yes, you don't have to use cash.

I use them in Sainsbury's and Argos all the time.
#2
i save up and then use them in Argos when i need something pricey - like a new TV, digital camera etc
#3
we save ours up all year an use them for our christmas shop :)
#4
Yes, you can use just points.

So, go on have a spending spree!!! :thumbsup:
#5
so from what i can gather argos give £2.50 for 500 points so for just over 23000 i can get £115 ?

what does sainsbury give? same as argos?
#6
If you log on at the Nectar web site you can see details there of everything you can spend your points on.

http://www.nectar.com/NectarHome.nectar

Select "Spend Points" and you can see the hundreds of things you can buy - Books, DVDs, electrical goods, cinema, theme parks, trips on Eurostar, flights, wine, nights in hotels, games, magazine subscriptions etc etc etc

Edit: Just noticed you say you have been on the Nectar site.

>so does that mean i can go on there site and claim anything or just what it shows on the nectar site?

For each thing you can buy there is a "How to get your reward" tab and a "Terms and Conditons" tab, just read what it says there.

So for CD Wow it says:
"Bookings can only be placed online at http://www.nectar.com"
"Rewards cannot be purchased via CD WOW!'s own website or over the phone"
#7
thanks guilbert for clearing up the cd wow thing! im just having a look on there now for what i can get!
#8
This gave me a laugh.

I went to the Nectar site and chose "Spend Points" then "Books" then "Computers".

Two of the books offered were:

Windows 95 for Dummies - 3,850 points

Windows 98 for Dummies - 3,450 points

In fact a quick look through some of the other computing books shows many out of date, like "Computing projects in Visual Basic" published in 2000 !!!
#9
yeah i thought some of there electrical items looked a bit out of date ie how many points they want for a clock radio and how much you could just go and buy the item for in a shop!

i think the argos/sainsburys deals are the best from what i seen so far.

its good having a company van that uses lots of diesel! lol! bp for points here we come!
banned#10
Tarby25
we save ours up all year an use them for our christmas shop :)


that what i do or the misses does i fuel up a lot and got 73 pound last year every little helps:santa:
#11
davej
yeah i thought some of there electrical items looked a bit out of date ie how many points they want for a clock radio and how much you could just go and buy the item for in a shop!

i think the argos/sainsburys deals are the best from what i seen so far.

its good having a company van that uses lots of diesel! lol! bp for points here we come!


That's how I got mine, I used to do hundreds of miles a week in a 16 seater mini-bus, with the diesel being paid by the company. After 4-5 years, it added up.

I wasn't officially allowed to have a nectar card. :whistling:
#12
Its the coach drivers etc that get a good deal, filling up over 200 litres of diesel and using their own nectar cards..
banned#13
thesaint
That's how I got mine, I used to do hundreds of miles a week in a 16 seater mini-bus, with the diesel being paid by the company. After 4-5 years, it added up.

I wasn't officially allowed to have a nectar card. :whistling:


it shows on your till receipt, or do they have some kind of account
#14
sassie
it shows on your till receipt, or do they have some kind of account


I had an Allstar card that i used to pay with.

They never required receipts as they were billed through the card.
The registration number was always logged, so they knew it wasn't used privately.
banned#15
thesaint
I had an Allstar card that i used to pay with.

They never required receipts as they were billed through the card.
The registration number was always logged, so they knew it wasn't used privately.


the council workers round here do that, but the points automatically go onot hte coucils card, no other card is allowed, goes towards the mayors beer (he gives a can per worker for xmas, aint they lucky):roll:
#16
I knew someone who worked in a petrol station and whenever someone didnt have a nectar card she would use hers.

She got arrested

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