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Echo dot (3rd Gen) £30 at Sainsbury's. Effectively £15 using double up nectar points.
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Echo dot (3rd Gen) £30 at Sainsbury's. Effectively £15 using double up nectar points.

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Posted 17th Nov 2018

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Found at Enfield store but should be national. Also selling the Amazon Alexa Smart Speaker for £55 so effectively £27.50 with double up nectar points voucher. Tomorrow is the last day to redeem vouchers.
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What’s double up nectar points?
If you don’t have nectar double up they are £25 in most places (Argos, curry’s, Tesco)
£24.99 is the current going rate. Only a deal if you have points to double up. Unfortunately, I spent all of mine on wine during the week
Hmm yes I don’t have nectar points so cold for me. I picked one up from John Lewis this morning for £24.99.
Why are you voting cold just because you don't have nectar points.? Grow up!
WimpSlayer17/11/2018 14:26

Hmm yes I don’t have nectar points so cold for me. I picked one up from J …Hmm yes I don’t have nectar points so cold for me. I picked one up from John Lewis this morning for £24.99.


You realise you're supposed to vote on the merit of the deal, not whether you happen to have nectar points right...?
Double up nectar points has already been shared. That’s a deal. It can be used on anything. Shall I post it again on another product? No. I have tesco clubcard points so shall I do a post saying “get an echo for £5 using your clubcard points”? No. Because not everyone has tesco points.
Mike_HUKD17/11/2018 14:36

You realise you're supposed to vote on the merit of the deal, not whether …You realise you're supposed to vote on the merit of the deal, not whether you happen to have nectar points right...?


Maybe it's a waste of Nectar points if cheaper lead price elsewhere?

Not voted.
y-oh-y17/11/2018 14:43

Maybe it's a waste of Nectar points if cheaper lead price elsewhere?Not …Maybe it's a waste of Nectar points if cheaper lead price elsewhere?Not voted.


Maybe so, but that's not what he said. What he said was, "I don’t have nectar points so cold"...
WimpSlayer32 m ago

Hmm yes I don’t have nectar points so cold for me. I picked one up from J …Hmm yes I don’t have nectar points so cold for me. I picked one up from John Lewis this morning for £24.99.


Terrible price!!! I'm afraid you got badly ripped off there buddy as there is no John Lewis store near me.
Mike_HUKD17/11/2018 14:47

Maybe so, but that's not what he said. What he said was, "I don’t have n …Maybe so, but that's not what he said. What he said was, "I don’t have nectar points so cold"...


My point was that it’s not really a deal if it’s dependent on having and having to spend points.
Picked one of these up for £50 from Sainsbury's in the week taking it back tomorrow
WimpSlayer17/11/2018 15:01

My point was that it’s not really a deal if it’s dependent on having and ha …My point was that it’s not really a deal if it’s dependent on having and having to spend points.


And by that logic every deal posted involving a particular bank account or debit card is not a deal if you dont have the right account or card as are all Amazon deals because they are dependant on having an Amazon account.
WimpSlayer17/11/2018 15:01

My point was that it’s not really a deal if it’s dependent on having and ha …My point was that it’s not really a deal if it’s dependent on having and having to spend points.


But plenty of people do have nectar points, so for them this would be a deal. You're free to not vote, but if you're going to vote it should be on the deal itself, not whether you happen to have access to it.
Not the same. Anyone can open an amazon account whereas you have to earn nectar points.
howbord2 m ago

And by that logic every deal posted involving a particular bank account or …And by that logic every deal posted involving a particular bank account or debit card is not a deal if you dont have the right account or card as are all Amazon deals because they are dependant on having an Amazon account.

Mike_HUKD17/11/2018 15:10

But plenty of people do have nectar points, so for them this would be a …But plenty of people do have nectar points, so for them this would be a deal. You're free to not vote, but if you're going to vote it should be on the deal itself, not whether you happen to have access to it.


I don’t think £25 is a good deal as there are a lot of retailers also offering this price.
WimpSlayer17/11/2018 15:13

I don’t think £25 is a good deal as there are a lot of retailers also of …I don’t think £25 is a good deal as there are a lot of retailers also offering this price.


Oh it’s actually £30! So even less of a good deal.
WimpSlayer2 m ago

Oh it’s actually £30! So even less of a good deal.


So you didn't understand the deal then...

Until tomorrow, you can get double up vouchers from Sainsbury's. So until tomorrow, for people with nectar points to spend, this is effectively costing £15 worth of points.
Thanks for the heads up, just got one today in the double up. Great freebie!
Donald__Trump17/11/2018 14:35

Why are you voting cold just because you don't have nectar points.? Grow …Why are you voting cold just because you don't have nectar points.? Grow up!


If not having nectar means paying the £49.99 RRP I'd be with you on that comment, but not having nectar means buying it under £30 from other retailers instead, so I wouldn't vote hot, but I haven't voted cold either in this instance
This is hot, people just don't understand the post. Maybe change the headline price to £15
Edited by: "Harry.the.hat" 18th Nov 2018
Thanks for this, I converted my points and bought two of them, £60 worth of vouchers for £30.
Wanted to say thanks for this!
Was going to pick up an Echo from amazon at £55.
Sainsburys had reduced it to 55.. £50 in vouchers and a fiver and i have saved a ton of cash i was going to spend and used points i just accumulate and never spend!
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