10x Nectar Points for each Litre of Fuel from 1st October @ Sainsburys
2277°Expired

10x Nectar Points for each Litre of Fuel from 1st October @ Sainsburys

102
Found 17th Sep 2015
Just wanted to give you guys a heads up.

For the whole of October, Sainsbury's are doing a 10x Nectar points promotion for every litre of fuel.

This makes it equivalent of 5p off per litre for all Nectar card holders.
Community Updates

Groups

102 Comments
Cool!
Good deal, now Tesco fuel save offer has finished il be off to sainsburys for fuel next month.
This going smoking hot
Thanks for the heads up
Fantastic offer! Cheers OP! ; / )
Excellent - sainsburys cheapest in my area as well. Currently £108.9 unleaded. London Colney (St. Albans).
How much is 10 nectar points worth? 3-5p???
Original Poster
nigelbutler

How much is 10 nectar points worth? 3-5p???



10 is worth 5p.
Watch the price of fuel rise at Sainsburys on October 1st.
nlman

Excellent - sainsburys cheapest in my area as well. Currently £108.9 … Excellent - sainsburys cheapest in my area as well. Currently £108.9 unleaded. London Colney (St. Albans).


Currently 106.9 in Loughborough, this 'deal' is for the month of October, just read that fuel prices are going to increase before then
telegraph.co.uk/fin…tml
Heat added

Edited by: "hemantk" 17th Sep 2015
hk2css

Currently 106.9 in Loughborough, this 'deal' is for the month of October, … Currently 106.9 in Loughborough, this 'deal' is for the month of October, just read that fuel prices are going to increase before then :(http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/energy/oilandgas/11667491/Petrol-prices-to-rise-as-demand-grows-more-than-expected.htmlHeat added



That article is from June. This is more recent:

telegraph.co.uk/fin…tml
Excellent, thanks for the notification
Great, thanks for the heads up
heat
Supermarket petrol isn't as good as main stream companies though. Additives blah blah blah lol
Nailed this back when it was last on. Got a lot of nectar points and happily used them. Thanks for putting up on here. Voted HOT, HOT, HOT
samspud

Supermarket petrol isn't as good as main stream companies though. … Supermarket petrol isn't as good as main stream companies though. Additives blah blah blah lol



I have heard this before -
Tell me more please.
donnyorourke

Nailed this back when it was last on. Got a lot of nectar points and … Nailed this back when it was last on. Got a lot of nectar points and happily used them. Thanks for putting up on here. Voted HOT, HOT, HOT



​Yeah, collect nectar points and use on eBay
Sainsbury and BP fuel is the same.

Stupid question I fear but £10 in petrol would equal what in points? I have a nectar card but rarely shop at Sainsbury.
daniellndn

Stupid question I fear but £10 in petrol would equal what in points? I … Stupid question I fear but £10 in petrol would equal what in points? I have a nectar card but rarely shop at Sainsbury.



divide £10 by the rate per litre and multiply that by 10
Banned
Veedub_heaven

Sainsbury and BP fuel is the same.



​why is that?
mattmerch

divide £10 by the rate per litre and multiply that by 10


Thanks - so usually 1 point per litre.
Fantastic.
Veedub_heaven

Sainsbury and BP fuel is the same.


Think the sainsburys stuff is refined in Europe. BP refined in uk. I will never use supermarket fuel again after silicone in tescos fuel cost the best part of £500 to change sensors as we paid cash for the fuel and didn't keep the reciept
Great offer, have some heat
shunka

Think the sainsburys stuff is refined in Europe. BP refined in uk. I will … Think the sainsburys stuff is refined in Europe. BP refined in uk. I will never use supermarket fuel again after silicone in tescos fuel cost the best part of £500 to change sensors as we paid cash for the fuel and didn't keep the reciept



I started using Esso's premium diesel after the engine service light came on my X3. Turns out the short city trips and the Tesco and Sainsburys fuel wasn't doing my engine any favours.

Lots of digging around on the internet, and you'll find similar stories. After clearing my tank of the cheap stuff, and running on Esso the warning light has gone.

Basically, the fuels are essentially from the same refineries but the premium branded fuels have more additives for cleaning the insides. Thats from various forums on the internet.
nlman

Excellent - sainsburys cheapest in my area as well. Currently £108.9 … Excellent - sainsburys cheapest in my area as well. Currently £108.9 unleaded. London Colney (St. Albans).


£108.9!!!! It's only about a £1.10 up my way
col996s

Watch the price of fuel rise at Sainsburys on October 1st.


Like tesco have always done just before a promotion.
Awesome, I found out about the last one too late and never got to take advantage, so this is brilliant news!
Great, my hubby fills the lorry up and gets nectar points, this will boost it right up!!
craig262

£108.9!!!! It's only about a £1.10 up my way



Woops £1.08.9 I mean!!
great thanks for the tip
Thank you for posting. Loved this offer last time!
Original Poster
mintsauce22

Thank you for posting. Loved this offer last time!



As you can imagine, the customer uplift is huge but bear in mind, double point coupons are stopped prior to the event.
Missed out filling up the works van for half the month last time this was on (may)
Now I'm on holiday half of Oct.
Should we cancel our trip to Spain?
Im not voting but if I did it would be cold as they are avoiding lowering the price by offering Nectar points.
Original Poster
rowlystravel

Im not voting but if I did it would be cold as they are avoiding lowering … Im not voting but if I did it would be cold as they are avoiding lowering the price by offering Nectar points.



This point is invalid, when the Nectar points were lowered on Grocery, it was promised that you'd get more bonus Nectar events. You'll find the price still to be competitive with other garages in the local area.
gobby88

I started using Esso's premium diesel after the engine service light came … I started using Esso's premium diesel after the engine service light came on my X3. Turns out the short city trips and the Tesco and Sainsburys fuel wasn't doing my engine any favours.Lots of digging around on the internet, and you'll find similar stories. After clearing my tank of the cheap stuff, and running on Esso the warning light has gone. Basically, the fuels are essentially from the same refineries but the premium branded fuels have more additives for cleaning the insides. Thats from various forums on the internet.




My car is over 10 years old, it's not getting any of the good stuff.
Good deal! Despite the Nectar earning rate dropping to 1 point per £1, I have definitely got more points in the way of bonuses.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text