An entry into Nectar points competition for every spend of £1+ until 20 November @Sainsbury’s, Sainsbury’s Bank, eBay, and the usual few train companies
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An entry into Nectar points competition for every spend of £1+ until 20 November @Sainsbury’s, Sainsbury’s Bank, eBay, and the usual few train companies

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Edited by:"splender"Found 21st Oct
This is yet another Nectar deal (Sainsburys), yawn, a travesty of admin-bureaucracy in an industrial scale.

This is an entry for a Nectar points competition for every spend of £1+ in which there is a tiny number of 5834 winning entries for a miniscule total prize worth of £51,000 in points nationally for millions of cashier transactions during one month. I would NOT recommend that you to go out of your way to shop at Sainsburys et al but is OK for a flitter for nothing if you shop there anyway since your extra effort is no more than that of a knat's. There are just 34 tiny decent prizes of £500 worth of points, your chance of winning is so pathetically tiniest better than not bother at all with this.

Full details of this Wins-all-round is nectar.com/win…und

Summaries of some terms:-

1. Began on 18 October 2017 and ends on 20 November 2017 midnight (the “Competition Period”). One winner of 100,000 points (worth £500) will be selected at random from each day of the Competition Period (34 total winners); 200 winners of 1,000 points (worth £5) will be randomly selected from each day of the competition Period (6,800 total inners),

2. To enter, swipe your card in store at Sainsbury’s or BP or shop online using your Nectar account number via Nectar.com with the following selected partners, all with a minimum spend of £1: Sainsbury’s, Sainsbury’s Bank, eBay, Virgin Trains East Coast, Virgin Trains West Coast, First Group GWR, First Group SWR, First Group TPE.

3. No purchase necessary in Northern Ireland, please send your name and address with the date to: Nectar Swipe to Win, Marketing Department, Aimia Coalition Loyalty UK Ltd, 6th Floor, 80 Strand, London, WC2R 0NN.

4.Prize draw is at the end of the Competition Period.

5. All winners will be notified by email within 15 working days of the end of the Competition Period (in Eary December). Another words you wouldn't be able to take advantage of the coming Nectar double up.

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I'm warning you splender, when chanchi sees you've posted a nectar deal he won't be happy. You might as well just top yourself now.
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Original Poster

Some HUKD are bright and use smart methods to maximise their personal gains. Like split out your items to many separate transactions of £1+. Why not?! If you buy sandwiches there for lunch, why buy a week's worth of sandwiches to reduce your trips when you can buy daily.

I stopped bothering with Sainsbury's nothin good at double up and bonus schemes going stingy by the day
Edited by: "iibdii" 21st Oct

I just collect point via eBay and every couple of years get a free shop out of it

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iibdii11 m ago

I stopped bothering with Sainsbury's nothin good at double up and bonus …I stopped bothering with Sainsbury's nothin good at double up and bonus schemes going stingy by the day


Yeah, so poor over the years that I got £80 worth of points waiting for a good double up, will I be lucky this time ? Only thing might be good is booze.

I'm warning you splender, when chanchi sees you've posted a nectar deal he won't be happy. You might as well just top yourself now.

I'm my points for the taste the difference wine for Christmas I've got over £80 on one account and over £40 on another ...hic

splender21st Oct

Some HUKD are bright and use smart methods to maximise their personal …Some HUKD are bright and use smart methods to maximise their personal gains. Like split out your items to many separate transactions of £1+. Why not?! If you buy sandwiches there for lunch, why buy a week's worth of sandwiches to reduce your trips when you can buy daily.


It's still not worth the effort of splitting your purchase into multiple transactions.

According to data on Sainsbury's website they average 26 million transactions a week. That's 130 million over the duration of the promotion. If you assume that only half the customers present a nectar card, and ignore BP and eBay transactions, your chances of winning anything at all are 1 in 13,000.

You stand ten times more chance of winning 4 balls in the National Lottery than you do of even the smallest win (£5) in this draw.
Edited by: "pcs7038" 22nd Oct

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pcs70382 h, 0 m ago

It's still not worth the effort of splitting your purchase into multiple …It's still not worth the effort of splitting your purchase into multiple transactions.According to data on Sainsbury's website they average 26 million transactions a week. That's 130 million over the duration of the promotion. If you assume that only half the customers present a nectar card, and ignore BP and eBay transactions, your chances of winning anything at all are 1 in 13,000. You stand ten times more chance of winning 4 balls in the National Lottery than you do of even the smallest win (£5) in this draw.

yeah, my second paragraph says it as much, however , there is another thread on MISC, someone says that if you got a basket of stuff over £10, pass one item £1+ through first, as you might get a voucher which you can use immediately for paying the rest of your basket.
Edited by: "splender" 22nd Oct

Does anyone know if the xbox live membership is still in this year?
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