Nectar Double Value Exchange - 1,000 points = £20 (was £10) for Days Out & 1,000 points = £10 (was £5) for eating out and Vue Cinema
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Nectar Double Value Exchange - 1,000 points = £20 (was £10) for Days Out & 1,000 points = £10 (was £5) for eating out and Vue Cinema

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Found 24th Jul 2013
Reported a month ago as a pre-warning! The promotion starts today until 13th August!

Turn your points into great days out. Visit Sainsbury's between 24th July and 13th August to exchange your points for a Double Value voucher to spend on something special for you or the family.

For example 1,000 Nectar points = £10 (was £5) at Vue Cinema.

Participating retailers:

Warwick Castle
Chessington World of Adventures
Alton Towers
The Dungeons
Sealife
Thorpe Park
Vue Cinemas
Legoland Windsor
Madame Tussauds
Nectar Swim
Strada
Cafe Rouge
Bella Italia

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Does anyone know if these vouchers are a cash equivalent and can be used in conjunction with a 2 for 1 deal, for example at Alton Towers?

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Duplicate of this.



It's fine as it's over 4 weeks ago so allowed a repost. Thanks.

Can I use this in any Sainsbury's?

Which sainsburys branch I can exchange the points, list please if possible can't locate on Nectar website :-(

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Which sainsburys branch I can exchange the points, list please if … Which sainsburys branch I can exchange the points, list please if possible can't locate on Nectar website :-(



Not entirely clear, but this might help a bit. Seems to be larger Sainsbury's stores:

How do I redeem my Nectar points for Double Value vouchers?
Simply bring your Nectar card to the Customer Service Desk (or kiosk if your local store doesn’t have a Customer Service Desk), choose the voucher(s) you’d like for your chosen attraction and we’ll take the points off your Nectar card. Unfortunately, we can’t issue Double Value vouchers at Sainsbury’s Local or convenience stores, online or at Sainsbury’s petrol stations.

Taken from the website, To exchange your Nectar points for double value, go to the customer services desk at your nearest Sainsbury's supermarket to request a Nectar Double Value Exchange voucher. This offer is not available in convenience or local stores or online. Vouchers will not be available for collection from the main checkouts.

cool thanks, can this also be used in conjuction with 2 for 1 train ticket offer, any ideas?

I have to say that there's not a great deal to spend my points on.
I really wish they'd bring back Amazon vouchers as it was the only thing that made this points scheme worthwhile...

Does anyone know if you can use the voucher in conjunction with the grown ups go free promotion from kellogs packs at the moment? I.e use the voucher to pay for the children and use the kellogs voucher to get the adult in for free?

Sorry, meant to say for the merlin venues. Thanks

Does anyone know if you can use the voucher in conjunction with the grown ups go free promotion from kellogs packs at the moment? I.e use the voucher to pay for the children and use the kellogs voucher to get the adult in for free?

Does anyone know if you can use the voucher in conjunction with the grown ups go free promotion from kellogs packs at the moment? I.e use the voucher to pay for the children and use the kellogs voucher to get the adult in for free?

Not 100% sure but my experience with Clubcard vouchers are that they are seen by venue as an offer in it's own right ie cannot be used in conjunction with other offers. Wait for someone to redeem theirs altho the redemption at some of the theme parks seems to be always double points exchange. With this offer it's really the Vue and swimming vouchers that are new.

Ah, ok. Thanks for replying dunno how my post got there three times !

thought this was going to be the double cash value exchange instore that they did in the spring.

Most of these offers are pants as you'd struggle NOT to find a 2 for 1 offer at any of these venues at any time of year.

COLD

yes but it is double the double points at Alton towers. 1000 points worth £5 redeemed instore but £20 at Alton towers (with this offer - normally £10). Surely this is better than 2 for 1 offers?

This is what I'm a bit worried about, as I've just got a £40 voucher to use at Lego Land. I assumed that this would just contribute towards the cost of a full priced adult ticket and I'd then be able to use one of the 2 for 1 vouchers which states that as long as you're 'accompanied' by a full paying adult then you get in for free.

If this isn't going to be valid then I've just wasted all my nectar points!

I emailed Alton Towers, and the vouchers bought using nectar points cannot be used in conjunction with a 2-for-1 voucher. It's still a great deal though. May be different at Lego Land, but I doubt it.
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