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Collect a surprise number of bonus points on everything you buy from 10 selected online brands @ Nectar
Collect a surprise number of bonus points on everything you buy from 10 selected online brands @ Nectar

Collect a surprise number of bonus points on everything you buy from 10 selected online brands @ Nectar

Collect a surprise number of bonus points on everything you buy from 10 selected online brands from 00:01, 20 October 2016 and will end on 23:59, 02 November 2016.

To receive a reward of between 250 and 2,500 bonus points, customers must shop through the Nectar website with

Currys
Lakeland
AO
Apple
ASOS
Just Eat
Ted Baker
Dunelm
Debenhams or Look Fantastic

****There is no minimum transaction limit****

How to get this offer

- Click 'Visit website'
- Choose the online partner you'd like to shop with
- Click 'Shop online' to be taken through to the partner's website
- Shop as normal
- Your points prize will be awarded within 28 days of offer expiry

To receive bonus points, customers need to

(i) Click 'Shop now' with one of the named 10 partners and
(ii) Shop as normal with that partner. Every customer who completes a qualifying transaction with any of the named partners in the promotion period will receive bonus points.

Please note: Customers will not receive any confirmation of bonus points once they have made their purchase, but will receive their bonus points within 28 days of offer expiry.

Thanks to @Chanchi32

19 Comments

Original Poster

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Edited by: "vassy1" 20th Oct 2016

All these points...on my way, cheers vassy X)

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Original Poster

maccy1

All these points...on my way, cheers vassy X)


I'm doing some survey everyday or other. So more points added for free

vassy4u

I'm doing some survey everyday or other. So more points added for free



Even better when they do the double up, thanks vassy X)

Was looking forward to this but doubt I'll be shopping at any of those places

Is this click and track purchases, similar to Quidco and TCB?.. I can't see anywhere you can provide nectar card number in retailer site.

Thanks for posting, heat added

good find vassy, have a good one,heat added

raj75

Is this click and track purchases, similar to Quidco and TCB?.. I can't … Is this click and track purchases, similar to Quidco and TCB?.. I can't see anywhere you can provide nectar card number in retailer site.


Yes, you have to shop through the link on the Nectar web site or app. I think there's also a toolbar but I haven't downloaded it.

dragonsmum

Yes, you have to shop through the link on the Nectar web site or app. I … Yes, you have to shop through the link on the Nectar web site or app. I think there's also a toolbar but I haven't downloaded it.


Thanks.. Is there anyway to find out if my purchase has tracked?.

Thanks vassy http://bestanimations.com/Text/Hot/hot-button-animation-gif.gif

I don't shop at any of these places

cheers vassy,just working out my points
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The surprise is that the nectar points you earn are worth less than you would get at TCB or Quidco.

Examples
Debenhams - currently 4 nectar points per £ spend = 2%. Or TCB 3% on most categories. 4% on menswear, 5% on homeware and furnishing

Apple - 3 nectar points per £ = 1.5%. Quidco 4% cashback.

For that reason, I'm voting cold

pcs7038

The surprise is that the nectar points you earn are worth less than you … The surprise is that the nectar points you earn are worth less than you would get at TCB or Quidco. ExamplesDebenhams - currently 4 nectar points per £ spend = 2%. Or TCB 3% on most categories. 4% on menswear, 5% on homeware and furnishingApple - 3 nectar points per £ = 1.5%. Quidco 4% cashback.For that reason, I'm voting cold



This is better if you spend a very (VERY) small amount as the minimum bonus nectar points you get may be more than you actually spend

aau1

This is better if you spend a very (VERY) small amount as the minimum … This is better if you spend a very (VERY) small amount as the minimum bonus nectar points you get may be more than you actually spend



​Yep. Just tried searching for clearance items at Curry's which can be pennies. 'Site undergoing maintenance'

They seem to have some sims for a penny or various other ones for 7p.

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml - 1p

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml - 7p

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml - 7p

Not sure whether I trust the points to be added though. From their terms "Please note: Customers will not receive any confirmation of bonus points once they have made their purchase, but will receive their bonus points by 24 November 2016."

I guess you'd need to make sure that the member of staff in currys properly processes the click and collect rather than just scanning the items through the till.

Checked with their online support and it seems that click and collect orders with Lakeland wouldn't be valid for this offer. The terms for Currys specifically state that reserve and collect are included though.

Though it says 'no minimum transaction limit', I would think Nectar's usual procedure that doesn't even recognise a transaction under £1 may still apply.

I once tried to trigger a 200 point bonus for first use of Sainsbury Local by buying a 10p sweet. Scanned Nectar card, but no points and didn't even register on the receipt. No bonus, natch.

Though this notes your click-through, it may still see a transaction under £1 as no transaction at all.

woodface7

Though it says 'no minimum transaction limit', I would think Nectar's … Though it says 'no minimum transaction limit', I would think Nectar's usual procedure that doesn't even recognise a transaction under £1 may still apply. I once tried to trigger a 200 point bonus for first use of Sainsbury Local by buying a 10p sweet. Scanned Nectar card, but no points and didn't even register on the receipt. No bonus, natch. Though this notes your click-through, it may still see a transaction under £1 as no transaction at all.



very true, but:

"Nectar points are awarded by Nectar and not the retailer so please contact us if you believe points have been incorrectly awarded to your account or if you believe you are due Points which have not been issued. However, retailers only keep transactional information for up to 6 months and therefore we are only able to investigate unissued Points, and then issue the points (if applicable), within 6 months from the date of transaction."
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