Boost your Nectar Points at Sainsburys instore and online - Sainsburys My Coupons Website.
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Boost your Nectar Points at Sainsburys instore and online - Sainsburys My Coupons Website.

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Found 21st May 2016
Sign up to Sainsburys My Coupons website with your Nectar card.

Choose up to 5 coupons/vouchers at one time.

Shop in store and/or online, and purchase appropriate items or meet coupon conditions.

You can use these in addition to your paper coupons/vouchers that you get at the till.

Receive email confirmation of bonus points added to account.

E.g: On my last £90 shop I used a paper voucher for £13.50 off which I had AND I received 1600 bonus Nectar points from the My Coupons website.

Enjoy - any little helps.... Or live well for less...

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Get to aldi n save £50 a week every week on better quality food

What's not to lose if your a Saisbury customer. Heat

Great, did'nt know about this, thanks

Thanks I've used this previously but had completely forgot about this..

Thanks, I didn't know this existed

They've always got a triple voucher on mine :P

youd be surprised how quick the points rack up with this thats for sure

Get to aldi n save £50 a week every week on better quality food


can you quantify your claim by product grade or Seal of approval?

Not a fan of it. offers are rubbish in comparison to till spits. wish I never signed up. Kind of stopped shopping there since and moved to waitrose.

mrdeallover

Get to aldi n save £50 a week every week on better quality food



Better quality

i use it all the time they was offering 300 bonus points with £30 spend but now its only triple points on £30 spend i usually wait unit i get coupons through the door offering 10% discount and combine the 2 for better deal

What's not to lose if your a Saisbury customer. Heat



YOU'RE !!!

What's not to lose if your a Saisbury customer. Heat


Could loose the n in Sainsbury, or the o in loose(_;)

"paper voucher for £13.50?"
Online or instore? The only vouchers I've seen work only online?

Get to aldi n save £50 a week every week on better quality food


Sorry Aldi food is not a patch on Sainsburys

mrdeallover

Get to aldi n save £50 a week every week on better quality food



​another person captured in their swap to own label from branded campaign, switch to sainsburys own label and save near enough the same

These also work on petrol whereas the paper spits don't so if you're not going to get the chance to use it instore doubled with a till spit, activate it anyway & get the points on your petrol instead.

I also use this and it works out that actually combined with the weekly voucher from sainsbury, you will get approx 20-25% discount in total. the only pain is the voucher min spend is keep increasing, from initially only £20 min spend to 30, 40, 50, and now I already reached £60 min spend (which is where I struggle to keep up already). judging from the ops post, it can go all the way up to £90. I guess this is what they want to do, to drive up your weekly groceries spending.

my current min spend is £60, with £9 discount vouchers and 1200 points on my coupon.

ijw0161

Sorry Aldi food is not a patch on Sainsburys



​IMO, aldi stands good chance against sainsbury, especially the fruits (80% chance better than the big four).

Original Poster

fr3dy77_sp33d

I also use this and it works out that actually combined with the weekly … I also use this and it works out that actually combined with the weekly voucher from sainsbury, you will get approx 20-25% discount in total. the only pain is the voucher min spend is keep increasing, from initially only £20 min spend to 30, 40, 50, and now I already reached £60 min spend (which is where I struggle to keep up already). judging from the ops post, it can go all the way up to £90. I guess this is what they want to do, to drive up your weekly groceries spending. my current min spend is £60, with £9 discount vouchers and 1200 points on my coupon.



We have two nectar cards in our household, linked to the same account and simply tend to switch which one we use after a while. The other card is currently on a £40 min spend.

Original Poster

dezontk

"paper voucher for £13.50?" Online or instore? The only vouchers I've … "paper voucher for £13.50?" Online or instore? The only vouchers I've seen work only online?



The online coupon site works for in store and online purchases, as long as you use your Nectar card.

The £13.50 off voucher I referred to was one of the paper vouchers you get at the checkout - as an example of using both paper and online coupons on the same shop.

mrdeallover

Get to aldi n save £50 a week every week on better quality food



Hahaha with lack of quality control and treating their employees like robots just to save pennies? That's like shopping at an asian "supermarket" and saying the food is better quality, when actually it's either very close or at it's best before date and fruit and veg perish much faster.

I don't think you can compare Aldi with Sainsburys quality. Aldi is similar quality to Lidl.

Could loose the n in Sainsbury, or the o in loose(_;)


oO

OP may I ask how did you manage to get 1600 nectar pts from the My coupons website from one shop? It is like 40 to 100 points per item and you can have 5. o.o

Get to aldi n save £50 a week every week on better quality food


That would be an eye opener considering I only spend £30 a week on my shop!

I've been using this for a while now, and I've racked up a fair few points, but if it helps anyone although the main voucher says example 600points on £30 shop, it also works on sainsburys fuel, this has worked for me for months now.

Could loose the n in Sainsbury, or the o in loose(_;)


Nice try but it's actually spelt "lose". The joke is on you.
Edited by: "LittleRedRidingHood" 22nd May 2016

Get to aldi n save £50 a week every week on better quality food


Better quality food? Must be kidding...

Sorry Aldi food is not a patch on Sainsburys


Only if you walk on a single sourced solution in your life. With multiple solutions and multiple choices then Aldi and Lidl, as well as Waitrose and ASDA plus Morrison are also possible patches to shop.

Original Poster

Junesama

OP may I ask how did you manage to get 1600 nectar pts from the My … OP may I ask how did you manage to get 1600 nectar pts from the My coupons website from one shop? It is like 40 to 100 points per item and you can have 5. o.o



Yes, I had one coupon at the top of my list that was offering 1600 points on a £90 shop. Normally it's a double or triple points voucher. The other ones are normally item based.

Been using my coupons for ages, often it offers points on the items you normally buy which is handy. Also noticed that it sometimes replicates the points offers you get personally printed in store, for example recently got an 800 points when you spend £40 in store and it then appeared in my coupons so used both on a single £40 shop to get over 1600 points (also used fast track self scan to make sure I only spent £40!).
Heat added as I'm sure there are plenty of people unaware of this. Tempted to wade into the quality and price debates but life's to short.

Edited by: "sag" 22nd May 2016

Sorry Aldi food is not a patch on Sainsburys


Happy to take a drop in quality to save the cash. Sainsbury are the pits!

Oh God, I just took a look of this MyCoupons stuff, while it is good, it is clearly Whitehall style bureacracy, everytime you shop you have to make a roll call on a web site and do some administration and then remember this admin stuff and find the items in the store (if any). Essentially in finding the items you have to scrutinise the shelves much more than one would otherwise have had to. A real monster of bureacracy taking up your valuable time and effort when one could have, if one so inclined, give humanity some minutes of extra attention (well, family or partner, at least).
Edited by: "splender" 22nd May 2016

ctufudgey

E.g: On my last £90 shop I used a paper voucher for £13.50 off which I h … E.g: On my last £90 shop I used a paper voucher for £13.50 off which I had AND I received 1600 bonus Nectar

Nice points if one were going to buy the voucher products anyway. The main attraction I think is to double up the nectar points which is nice to have for me shooping there anyway. My main shop now is ASDA, top ups at Waitrose, Sainsburys, Lidl and Iceland. Each 500 points is worth £2.50, so your points are worth ~£8. I guess you probably out of £90 bought £10 worth of stuff unnecessarily and may be spent another £15 too much on items which had a better alternative.

Get to aldi n save £50 a week every week on better quality food


Yep, would love to - can you tell me how to get to one for less than £50? aldi.co.uk/sto…959

Nice points if one were going to buy the voucher products anyway. The … Nice points if one were going to buy the voucher products anyway. The main attraction I think is to double up the nectar points which is nice to have for me shooping there anyway. My main shop now is ASDA, top ups at Waitrose, Sainsburys, Lidl and Iceland. Each 500 points is worth £2.50, so your points are worth ~£8. I guess you probably out of £90 bought £10 worth of stuff unnecessarily and may be spent another £15 too much on items which had a better alternative.


You may be right, but I shop regularly at Sainsburys & only ever had a handful of brand match coupons (one of which was for 2p, none were huge). Some people can shop very frugally in any store (I even reference mysupermarket while shopping if unsure).

Original Poster

splender

Nice points if one were going to buy the voucher products anyway. The … Nice points if one were going to buy the voucher products anyway. The main attraction I think is to double up the nectar points which is nice to have for me shooping there anyway. My main shop now is ASDA, top ups at Waitrose, Sainsburys, Lidl and Iceland. Each 500 points is worth £2.50, so your points are worth ~£8. I guess you probably out of £90 bought £10 worth of stuff unnecessarily and may be spent another £15 too much on items which had a better alternative.



A really helpful, useful comment from a person who clearly knows my family's supermarket shopping habits... Thank you.

​IMO, aldi stands good chance against sainsbury, especially the fruits ( … ​IMO, aldi stands good chance against sainsbury, especially the fruits (80% chance better than the big four).



Of course, depends on what you're buying. Grapes in Sainsburys have gone off quicker than slightly cheaper Aldi. Grapefruit red in Sains 50p usually bashed to hell, Aldi can be as low as 35p (like Lidl) and superior. Strawberries are no contest, Sainsbury's have reduced theirs of late but cannot match Aldi 400g at 1.35. The ONLY way you can win is to shop at as many supermarkets as possible... I know, that's what I do!! Morrison's wins hands down on reducing items... usually to 9p, don't ask me why (I'm off later at 3pm to grab bargains!). Why 9p? Even they don't know. LOL

So don't diss one supermarket against another. They ALL have bargains, even Waitrose (cannot be beaten when they do their Half Price event (and if you have their picks with another 20% off, you can't lose ). It's all time-consuming and most shoppers simply do not have the time, so they get RIPPED OFF!
Shop just at one supermarket? You will be LOSING MONEY! No doubt about it. For every bargain you think you've bought, you will have paid more for something cheaper in another supermarket.

Of course, depends on what you're buying. Grapes in Sainsburys have gone … Of course, depends on what you're buying. Grapes in Sainsburys have gone off quicker than slightly cheaper Aldi. Grapefruit red in Sains 50p usually bashed to hell, Aldi can be as low as 35p (like Lidl) and superior. Strawberries are no contest, Sainsbury's have reduced theirs of late but cannot match Aldi 400g at 1.35. The ONLY way you can win is to shop at as many supermarkets as possible... I know, that's what I do!! Morrison's wins hands down on reducing items... usually to 9p, don't ask me why (I'm off later at 3pm to grab bargains!). Why 9p? Even they don't know. LOLSo don't diss one supermarket against another. They ALL have bargains, even Waitrose (cannot be beaten when they do their Half Price event (and if you have their picks with another 20% off, you can't lose ). But buy their fruit and you'll be paying so much over the odds! Blueberries cost a bomb in there, Asda do a ruddy great punnet for £1.50. But then Lidl will do the small punnets for 53p (sometimes). It's all time-consuming and most shoppers simply do not have the time, so they get RIPPED OFF!Shop just at one supermarket? You WILL be LOSING MONEY! No doubt about it. For every bargain you think you've bought, you will have paid more for something cheaper in another supermarket.


Even the Co-op has bargains... yep, I shop there too!
The only place I don't go is Tesco. Why? We don't have one!

Nearly forgot. LOVE Nectar. But this deal, nah. Not cold, not hot. Oh, I'll have another look, will come back if I think it deserves a hot.

Still nah. So not cold, not hot.
Ok if something there that you really want, not signing up to it. Double Nectar points? I get that so regularly. What I want is the old Sainsbury voucher where you did 10 quids worth of shop and got a min 250 point voucher, or up to 5000 points! Now, that is worth it. It WAS worth it because I got a 5000 points voucher!
BRING IT BACK SAINSBURY'S!!

Edited by: "jnigel26" 22nd May 2016
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