Nectar Points x3; x5; & x10 at Sainsbury's In Store and Online 12-14 May
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Nectar Points x3; x5; & x10 at Sainsbury's In Store and Online 12-14 May

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Found 11th May
If you have a Nectar card may be worth checking to see if you have this offer via the nectar.com site:

Valid in store and online from Friday 12 to Sunday 14 May.

How to get this offer:

Click 'Load to card' and swipe every time you shop.

3x points when you spend £50 or more in one shop, or 5x points when you spend £100 or more in one shop, or 10x points when you spend £150 or more in one shop.

Bonus points should be added within 10 days.

Terms and Conditions:

*To qualify for offer, click 'Load to card'. Offer valid at Sainsbury's in store or online from 00.00am Friday 12 May until 23.59pm Sunday 14 May. Offer applies to specified Nectar card number only. Swipe the specified card and spend a minimum of £50, £100 or £150 in one transaction to qualify. Offer on highest spend threshold achieved will apply. One offer per transaction. Delivery charges apply. Shops made with cards on joint accounts with a different card number will not count if used instead. Points added to your card within 10 days. Qualifying spend excludes spirits and liqueurs, fuel, first stage baby milk products, National Lottery, tobacco, gift voucher, gift cards, prescription medicines, over the counter medicines, postage stamps, mobile phone vouchers, e top-up, paypoint payments, charity products, car park tickets, concessions or franchises and online delivery charges. Minimum spend to collect base points = £1.

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I saw this on my App this morning but not too impressed by the offering.

It's a lot of money to spend for few points in return (IMO)

Original Poster

Gollywood

I saw this on my App this morning but not too impressed by the … I saw this on my App this morning but not too impressed by the offering.It's a lot of money to spend for few points in return (IMO)



OK, my opinion was that if you were going to spend money via this route at the weekend anyway, then having this loaded to the card beforehand would be worthwhile.

your much better off shopping elsewhere tbh
prices been going up more than other supermarkets

Original Poster

pidgeofcdf

your much better off shopping elsewhere tbh prices been going up more … your much better off shopping elsewhere tbh prices been going up more than other supermarkets



Fair enough but that's kind of not the point - I posted this because if you shop there anyway (and prefer to) then having this deal loaded to your card would be an advantage.
Edited by: "PlanetP" 12th May

" Qualifying spend excludes spirits and liqueurs, fuel, first stage baby milk products, National Lottery, tobacco, gift voucher, gift cards, prescription medicines, over the counter medicines, postage stamps, mobile phone vouchers, e top-up, paypoint payments, charity products, car park tickets, concessions or franchises and online delivery charges. "

Only leaves cornflakes and potatoes really!! oO

pidgeofcdf

your much better off shopping elsewhere tbh prices been going up more … your much better off shopping elsewhere tbh prices been going up more than other supermarkets



Agreed.....They did away with price match and purported to cut prices .....now most things jumping up in price and not small amounts either 10p here 15p there ....it's not like the quality is any better they're no Waitrose or M & S .

OK Rant over ....

noticed them bumping up prices too although I assumed it was happening everywhere.

Sainsburys are at least 30% expensive as compare to others for groceries.

Price difference 30% of £40 = £12.00
Nectar (40*5)+40=240, = £ (1.20)

Net Loss = £10.80

Hence, avoid

Prices are going everywhere in big chunks....but their are still offers to be found....hence more shopping around
The old mantras back......do I really need it and can I afford it....and how much did I save by not buying it

mrty

" Qualifying spend excludes spirits and liqueurs, fuel, first stage baby … " Qualifying spend excludes spirits and liqueurs, fuel, first stage baby milk products, National Lottery, tobacco, gift voucher, gift cards, prescription medicines, over the counter medicines, postage stamps, mobile phone vouchers, e top-up, paypoint payments, charity products, car park tickets, concessions or franchises and online delivery charges. "Only leaves cornflakes and potatoes really!! oO


This ^^^^^^^
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