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ASK restaurants joins Nectar - use points to pay for food at double value
ASK restaurants joins Nectar - use points to pay for food at double value

ASK restaurants joins Nectar - use points to pay for food at double value

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Great news ASK has joined Nectar! That means you can spend points at their fantastic ITALIAN restaurants nationwide. And whats more, your points are worth DOUBLE there, so every 500 points = £5.00 to spend.

Simply hand over your Nectar card and the amount will be deducted from your bill.

Nearest restaurant can be found on (or click tag below)
askcentral.co.uk/sea…tml

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Nectar have cut the "Value" of points in half across all shops & brands ,so wont be worth much in any case

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redbiro;8011448

Nectar have cut the "Value" of points in half across all shops & … Nectar have cut the "Value" of points in half across all shops & brands ,so wont be worth much in any case



I think you have misunderstood - you don't collect points at ASK you can spend them there at double value. i.e 500 points normally worth £2.50 of shopping in Sainsbury is worth £5 in Ask.

This is great deal for Nectar collectors as you can spend points like cash in Argos , Homebase, Sainsburys, but these are normally worth 0.5p each. In this case we're talking 1000 points is worth 10 quid! At ASK the food is nice and compared to other "Italians" reastaurant is fairly cheap. They cook everything in open view (I like to see what happens to my food before it gets to my table). With 4,000 Nectar points (normally £20) you can have a great meal worth £40! Heat added...

Shame the food in ASK is pants!! Clubcard deals are much better - shame I shop in Morrison!!!

The food in Ask is nowhere near "pants". For "pants" food, try Morrisons cafe:p

Good deal, and i shall be using my points when I go next, which is going to be sooner thanks to the OP:thumbsup:

Terms and Conditions:
11. A maximum number of points up to the value of £19,500 may be redeemed at any one time.

:o:o:o

Each new post is an excuse for a scrap online !!!!!!!!!!!!

has anyone got any good things to use these points on? They used to do special offers on things - like half price canvas prints and have "star treats" each month, some of which were good. But i've got loads of these to use and seems a waste to use against shopping

But now all the places to spend seem rubbish - esp compared to clubcard deals from tesco

I saved my nectar points up all last year and got my christmas food and booze - tasted much nicer being "free" ;-)

there was a hot deal yesterday for EDF customers to claim upto 2000 nectar points just by registering their existing accounts online (some energy watching thing) - 1000 for each energy! - thats upto 20 quid off at ask!
please just check the last 3 days activity - it's in the hot list!

This is a good deal! however...
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They've recently standardised the redemption rates across nearly all their partners.

Whilst it's pretty disappointing that the standard rate is as low as 0.5p per point now with higher redemption rate opportunities (such as this one at Ask) likely to be rare, if we resign ourselves to accepting the standard rate for what it is, this is at least good news for online shoppers as the Amazon vouchers have gone down in price, from 4300 points for a £20 voucher to become the standard 4000 points now! It's only a little saving, but it helps! ;-)

Sarah7;8021331

They've recently standardised the redemption rates across nearly all … They've recently standardised the redemption rates across nearly all their partners.Whilst it's pretty disappointing that the standard rate is as low as 0.5p per point now with higher redemption rate opportunities (such as this one at Ask) likely to be rare, if we resign ourselves to accepting the standard rate for what it is, this is at least good news for online shoppers as the Amazon vouchers have gone down in price, from 4300 points for a £20 voucher to become the standard 4000 points now! It's only a little saving, but it helps! ;-)



With All-Due-Respect That's an Accountancy talk.!..

huggychair;8021332

With All-Due-Respect That's an Accountancy talk.!..



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Anyway... okay I looked at the MSE topic you linked now. I can see that some people are unhappy about the changes if the net effect was to devalue our points - that makes perfect sense. Yet, to be honest, I was looking through the redemption options last month (and even searching forums to discover what other members were generally using their points for these days) but couldn't find anything on offer that took my fancy even then, before they made the changes, as Nectar was already such poor value compared to actual cashback. So, personally, I was only tempted by the Amazon vouchers (which were previously worse value than 0.5p per point) or perhaps the Sainsburys, Argos and Homebase redemption options (which are all unchanged at only 0.5p per point). Sorry for everyone who misses the options they removed or devalued; I'm not defending Nectar, just glad the Amazon vouchers are now cheaper!

like you didn't know your previous respondings in detailed, carpet salesman formings!
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This offer is only really worth it if you are eating on a Friday or Saturday night, or it there are more than two people eating. Otherwise, the ASK offers will (basically) offer buy one get one free, and it would be better to save your points for the next shopping trip!

askrestaurant-offers.co.uk/ama…na/

Did anyone here go for the o2 mobile broadband offer, Nectar offered 3750 still not recieved mine.

Nope - still waiting for the O2 points to be added to my Nectar account :x

I got two emails about this Ask offer yesterday - the first mail miscalculated my points total by saying they were worth half of what they should have been if redeemed at Ask! Seems like they're trying to devalue the points even more :thumbsup:

ask are one of the restaraunts that always have buy one get one free offers on. Guessing that this won't be compatible - surely it's just bringing the price down to normal as opposed the inflated price?

Good to see this happening as Nectar are the poor relation in the rewards card market. Hopefully more double deals to follow.

Without_H;8019322

Terms and Conditions:11. A maximum number of points up to the value of … Terms and Conditions:11. A maximum number of points up to the value of £19,500 may be redeemed at any one time.:o:o:o



Oh No, I wanted to treat the extended family and was going to spend £20,000 !!!
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