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Reminder: Collect Nectar points when shopping in Amazon

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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
Simply logon to your Nectar account and click online shopping, then choose Amazon retailer....

I posted this as Amazon is pretty hot these days!
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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
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#1
I use ecashback for Amazon - which give 3.5% cash back :thumbsup:
#2
Yatty
I use ecashback for Amazon - which give 3.5% cash back :thumbsup:


Are these other places paying out? I was aware that some claim to pay it but as it wasn't on quidco I didn't think it was genuine.
#3
Thanks Titanium, good reminder
#4
How much do you get in nectar points too? Is it one point per pound spent? That's effectively 0.5% back for most retailers isn't it? ie you get half a penny for most retailers, some give a penny.
#5
Nectar estores pays 2 points per £1 spent.
http://www.nectar.com/dynamic/estores/retailer/amazon

As 500 points = £2.50 worth at Argos etc, that's 1p/£ or 1%.
Worth more if you find some deal/voucher spending opportunity - eg half price theatre tokens earlier in the year!

HOWEVER Nectar estores SOMETIMES offer extra points - eg was Triple points ie 3% at Amazon until earlier this week :(
#6
Moving to misc... we usually do not allow posts solely for cashback, so this is similar.
#7
Thanks for the info mk-donald.

I have looked at e-cashrewards, I assume that's the one that was meant earlier? It seems to be 3.5% for most things as long as you choose the correct category, but the electricals one says cashback upto £5 but doesn't seem to say at what percentage (I assume 3.5% still). There also seems to be quite a few similar categories, ie electricals and electronics, which one to choose???

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