Nectar Swipe and Win  @ Sainsburys Win a minimum 200 points for a £10 spend  5th-7th Feb only
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Nectar Swipe and Win @ Sainsburys Win a minimum 200 points for a £10 spend 5th-7th Feb only

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Found 25th Jan 2016
Sainsbury's have a new Nectar promotion between Friday 5th - Sunday 7th February only whereby you spend £10 on Groceries or Petrol and receive a voucher for either ,200 ,500 ,1000 ,2000 or 5000 Nectar points ( Bit of a strange promotion. As always exclusions apply see terms below). •All Swipe and Win coupons are winning coupons

Swipe and Win – Terms and Conditions

FEBRUARY 2016 – Nectar Swipe and Win Promotion
•The Swipe and Win promotion is available at Sainsbury’s to Nectar card customers only.
•Promotion open to UK residents, aged 18 and above.
•The promotional period is 00:01 on 5 February to 23:59 on 7 February 2016.
•To enter the promotion, simply meet the qualifying conditions by spending £10 or more, excluding items listed in Term 5, in one transaction at Sainsbury’s Supermarkets and Petrol Stations, or Sainsbury’s Online Groceries for delivery between 5-7 February 2016 and swipe your Nectar card in store or enter your Nectar card details online. Centrals and locals and the following petrol stations are excluded from the promotion: Chertsey, Bath, Eltham, Braintree, Queens Road, Glen Road, Hempstead Valley, Burpham, Taunton, Bridgemead, Cobham, Fosse Park, Worksop, Stratton, Shorehead, East Filton, Solihull, Kimberley, Perton, Archer Road, Keighley, East Kilbride, Telford, Craigavon, Wednesfield, Cramlington, Westhoughton, Isle of Wight, Dronfield, Dungannon, Biddulph, Colne, Wantage, Morecambe, Livingston, Blackpool – Buchanan Street, Charlton Riverside, North Cheam, Dartmouth, Whitehouse Farm, Hawick, Marshalswick Local, Glasgow Woodlands Local.
•Qualifying spend excludes spirits and liqueurs, first stage baby milk products, National Lottery, Tobacco, gift vouchers, gift cards, prescription medicines, over the counter medicines, postage stamps, savings stamps, mobile phone vouchers, phone cards, e top-up, pay point payments, charity products and car park tickets.
•Nectar customers meeting the qualifying conditions will receive a Swipe and Win coupon.
•All Swipe and Win coupons are winning coupons. Available prizes include 82,000 prizes of 5,000 Nectar points, 329,000 prizes of 2,000 Nectar points, 400,000 prizes of 1,000 Nectar points, over 800,000 of prizes of 500 Nectar points and over 1.6m prizes of 200 Nectar points. Prizes will be allocated at random. There is no limit on the number of Swipe and Win entries per customer. There is no cash alternative to the stated prize
•Swipe and Win winning coupons are valid for a single use only and must be handed to the cashier with a Nectar card or placed in the self-scan collection slot by 21 February 2016. Photocopies are not accepted. Lost, expired or damaged coupons cannot be replaced.
•Swipe and Win winning coupons must be redeemed in store. They may not be redeemed online. The coupon remains the property of Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd and is not for resale, publication auction or transfer. Normal voucher terms and conditions apply.
•No purchase necessary route available in Northern Ireland only. To enter please email swipeandwin@sainsburys.co.uk by 23:59 on 7 February 2016 with your contact details and Nectar card number, and a coupon will be allocated to you and Nectar points added to your account within 28 days of the promotion ending. Notification of points prize will be via email. Only one no purchase necessary route per Northern Ireland customer.
•Sainsbury’s reserves the right to cancel, amend, withdraw, terminate or temporarily suspend this promotion in the event of any unforeseen circumstances or technical reason outside its reasonable control, with no liability to any entrants or third parties but will use all reasonable endeavours to avoid consumer disappointment.
•Promoter, Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd, 33 Holborn, London EC1N 2HT. Reg 32617222 England.These terms and conditions shall be governed by English law and the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction.
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Nice deal, thanks OP!
Interesting - base value of 1 Nectar point is 0.5p

You could see how you maybe better off splitting your grocery or petrol shopping into £10 transactions e.g. it's effectively a 20x points earn per £ spend, maybe more if you get more than the 200 points bonus

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Edited by: "Chanchi32" 7th Feb 2016
Many thanks OP
Thinking splitting would work, but would look a muppet!!!
This is a bit strange, seems like the vouchers don't go onto your nectar card but must be redeemed in store as cash against purchases. surely it would of been easier if the vouchers were just generated in money value rather than a number of nectar points?
mobiletech

This is a bit strange, seems like the vouchers don't go onto your nectar … This is a bit strange, seems like the vouchers don't go onto your nectar card but must be redeemed in store as cash against purchases. surely it would of been easier if the vouchers were just generated in money value rather than a number of nectar points?


They want you to revisit the store to spend your voucher. I'd imagine there would be a limit of 1 voucher used at a time so you see how it you may have to make multiple revisits if you've accumulated several.
Glad vouchers issued straight away as still waiting for 3000 nectar points I earned in December for £30 of 5 consecutive weekly shops to be added to my account. At least if I win win this I will definitely see the results!! Hot from me thanks for the heads up
mobiletech

This is a bit strange, seems like the vouchers don't go onto your nectar … This is a bit strange, seems like the vouchers don't go onto your nectar card but must be redeemed in store as cash against purchases. surely it would of been easier if the vouchers were just generated in money value rather than a number of nectar points?



sometimes nectar printer spits out 80 points coupon, which you can then buy anything and scan the voucher and it adds nectar points to account. I assumed it will work like that
Crem0

Thinking splitting would work, but would look a muppet!!!


Like many people, I used to split my Tesco shop to optimise the price comparison. Admittedly now it has changed to brand match I no longer bother
So can be used for petrol as well is that right?
681 point on average.
davidian84

sometimes nectar printer spits out 80 points coupon, which you can then … sometimes nectar printer spits out 80 points coupon, which you can then buy anything and scan the voucher and it adds nectar points to account. I assumed it will work like that

Strange thing is I have not had a spit from Sainsbury's nectar card since before Christmas. Evidently Sainsbury's don't want my business anymore.
nice2bnice

Glad vouchers issued straight away as still waiting for 3000 nectar … Glad vouchers issued straight away as still waiting for 3000 nectar points I earned in December for £30 of 5 consecutive weekly shops to be added to my account. At least if I win win this I will definitely see the results!! Hot from me thanks for the heads up


Samr otoblem here. Still waiting for a 200pts to be added to my account.
Been outstanding since 29th December. I think a stiff email awaits them tomorrow. ;-)
I'm pretty sure it will mean:

1. Spend £10 on anything and get given a Nectar voucher for x points between 5-7 Feb. Repeat as many times as you like.

Then EITHER

2: Any date between 5-21 February, don't spend anything, and scan and hand in voucher and scan your Nectar card and receive x points.

OR:

3: Any date between 5-21 February, Spend £1 on anything and scan and hand in voucher and scan your Nectar card and receive x points.

Don't forget this is NOT at ANY local or central stores. Only "traditional" supermarkets.
Edited by: "OwlEye" 25th Jan 2016
•No purchase necessary route available in Northern Ireland only. To enter please email swipeandwin@sainsburys.co.uk by 23:59 on 7 February 2016 with your contact details and Nectar card number, and a coupon will be allocated to you and Nectar points added to your account within 28 days of the promotion ending. Notification of points prize will be via email. Only one no purchase necessary route per Northern Ireland customer.

not fair
Meteoor

Like many people, I used to split my Tesco shop to optimise the price … Like many people, I used to split my Tesco shop to optimise the price comparison. Admittedly now it has changed to brand match I no longer bother



Why not bother? It's better now because you know how things will compare, you know what things won't compare and they take the saving off there and then
So I take if it you filled up with £40 of diesel you would only get 1 swipe instead of 1 swipe and win per £10 spent
Crem0

Thinking splitting would work, but would look a muppet!!!



Self service checkouts my friend. Probably avoid alcohol purchases though to avoid drawing attention
davep69

681 point on average.


The 1000 ,2000 & 5000 point prizes are limited numbers, unlike the 500 & 200 ones. The average will reduce if prizes exceed the stated numbers, over about 3.2m prizes and average starts falling toward 300 points.
Sorry I'm tired - so u have to USE the x no. Of nectar points you win by 21st Feb in one go, rather than the X no of nectar points being added to ur account for u to store up and use later?
great deal. i am going to try and spend £10 at sainsburys during this period

i don't see this deal advertised on the nectar website?
Edited by: "mutley1" 26th Jan 2016
I haven't had any vouchers spit out at me either lately
nice2bnice

Glad vouchers issued straight away as still waiting for 3000 nectar … Glad vouchers issued straight away as still waiting for 3000 nectar points I earned in December for £30 of 5 consecutive weekly shops to be added to my account. At least if I win win this I will definitely see the results!! Hot from me thanks for the heads up



​that should have been done in store, I got 5000 on a printed voucher and then bought a mars bar to get them put straight on
no good for me, my garage is excluded :|, off to Asda for my fuel then (1% cashback instead)
ovverbruv

​that should have been done in store, I got 5000 on a printed voucher and … ​that should have been done in store, I got 5000 on a printed voucher and then bought a mars bar to get them put straight on



I got stung with this before Christmas as I used a load of Nectar points I'd been saving up on my last spend of £70 and they wouldn't add the bonus points on as I'd used Nectar points for some of the £70 spend
Not sure why so many fuel stations are excluded.

I guess you can use pay at pump and spend £10 on fuel, then repeat until full. Doesn't say pay at pump is excluded. But do pumps give coupons?
ovverbruv

​that should have been done in store, I got 5000 on a printed voucher and … ​that should have been done in store, I got 5000 on a printed voucher and then bought a mars bar to get them put straight on



Thats generally what we do with the brand match refunds as otherwise they expire

The confectionary kiosk is by the exit at most places, so the Mrs grabs some Gum (which she'd buy eventually anyway) or if its a bigger refund we grab some other non perishable item we'd eventually buy anyway.

In this case since you know you're definitely getting a voucher, just leave out an item of your shop near the kiosk and grab it on the way out to cash the voucher.
ian18

Not sure why so many fuel stations are excluded. I guess you can use pay … Not sure why so many fuel stations are excluded. I guess you can use pay at pump and spend £10 on fuel, then repeat until full. Doesn't say pay at pump is excluded. But do pumps give coupons?



It would be because those petrol stations don't have the coupon printer, and no, you wouldn't get the vouchers if you used pay at pump.
Chanchi32

Interesting - base value of 1 Nectar point is 0.5p You could see how you … Interesting - base value of 1 Nectar point is 0.5p You could see how you maybe better off splitting your grocery or petrol shopping into £10 transactions e.g. it's effectively a 20x points earn per £ spend, maybe more if you get more than the 200 points bonusHeat addedEdit: I didn't see that the bonus points will be a coupon for single use and needs to be used by the 21st Feb - somewhat dilutes the promo




"If". If you spend all that on a lottery tickets instead of shopping you could win millions, now that's a deal isn't it?
I'm guessing I couldn't buy a dvd at £10 and use my nectar points to pay for it and get the swipe and win voucher?

Sounds a little over complicated. Why can't they just add the points to your card there and then?
robin5858

Strange thing is I have not had a spit from Sainsbury's nectar card … Strange thing is I have not had a spit from Sainsbury's nectar card since before Christmas. Evidently Sainsbury's don't want my business anymore.


I haven't either
simonmag70

•No purchase necessary route available in Northern Ireland only. To enter … •No purchase necessary route available in Northern Ireland only. To enter please email swipeandwin@sainsburys.co.uk by 23:59 on 7 February 2016 with your contact details and Nectar card number, and a coupon will be allocated to you and Nectar points added to your account within 28 days of the promotion ending. Notification of points prize will be via email. Only one no purchase necessary route per Northern Ireland customer.not fair


Not wanting to upset dissidents.:D
For some reason I never get any of the vouchers that print off the till anymore, so this is a nice find thanks.
ian18

Not sure why so many fuel stations are excluded. I guess you can use pay … Not sure why so many fuel stations are excluded. I guess you can use pay at pump and spend £10 on fuel, then repeat until full. Doesn't say pay at pump is excluded. But do pumps give coupons?


No they only give receipts.
ashbarron

Why can't they just add the points to your card there and then?


Because Sainsburys are disingenious with stupid Marketing/Loyalty team who come up with daft ideas to entice you into the store, but then hope you forget to take advantage of the voucher you earned on your previous visit.
So many times, the silly machine spits out loads of vouchers, which you then have to keep hold of and remember to use in the next 1-2 weeks. And dozey here has either forgotten to bring them in or hand them over....
The worst is when they give you threshold spend points with the threshold set at least £20-£30 more than your average weekly shop. Seriously, do they really think people are going to spend £30 to get an extra 600 points worth £3, or worse - double points! Woohoo!!
Most of them are a waste of paper and trees!
I prefer Tesco voucher booklets they send in the post with quite reasonable discounts on items you regularly purchase. Or even better, those 'Spend £70 and get £10 off' vouchers - brilliant!!



Edited by: "harry66" 26th Jan 2016
So if you split it up into £10 segments you get at least 10% back in points?
Sounds like a cracking deal
harry66

Because Sainsburys are disingenious with stupid Marketing/Loyalty team … Because Sainsburys are disingenious with stupid Marketing/Loyalty team who come up with daft ideas to entice you into the store, but then hope you forget to take advantage of the voucher you earned on your previous visit.So many times, the silly machine spits out loads of vouchers, which you then have to keep hold of and remember to use in the next 1-2 weeks. And dozey here has either forgotten to bring them in or hand them over....The worst is when they give you threshold spend points with the threshold set at least £20-£30 more than your average weekly shop. Seriously, do they really think people are going to spend £30 to get an extra 600 points worth £3, or worse - double points! Woohoo!!Most of them are a waste of paper and trees!I prefer Tesco voucher booklets they send in the post with quite reasonable discounts on items you regularly purchase. Or even better, those 'Spend £70 and get £10 off' vouchers - brilliant!!


They used to give out 2 nectar points for every £1 spent.That is now reduced to 1 point,so basically you get half of wok you used to get.:(
johnsmith1997

They used to give out 2 nectar points for every £1 spent.That is now … They used to give out 2 nectar points for every £1 spent.That is now reduced to 1 point,so basically you get half of wok you used to get.:(


Yeah - dont get me started on that one. There was no possible explanation for halving the value except to confuse people - "wow look 500 points!!" - that sounds so much better then 250 points....It's all retailing trickery.
I much prefer Tesco's but the missus finds the Tesco overcrowded and too busy for her liking - except when they send us the £10 off vouchers - when she makes an exception oO
Edited by: "harry66" 26th Jan 2016
chocky

I haven't either



I don't go to Sainsburys that often (as there isn't one in Evesham, nearest being in Worcester I believe), but when I do go I usually get a voucher, or 3!

Last visted on Sunday and got just the one voucher - £18 off a £60 online shop. Went straight in the bin as we don't use Sainsburys home delivery ... but that is presumably why we got the otherwise generous voucher.
harry66

Yeah - dont get me started on that one. There was no possible explanation … Yeah - dont get me started on that one. There was no possible explanation for halving the value except to confuse people - "wow look 500 points!!" - that sounds so much better then 250 points....It's all retailing trickery.I much prefer Tesco's but the missus finds the Tesco overcrowded and too busy for her liking - except when they send us the £10 off vouchers - when she makes an exception oO


Tesco 1 point = 1p or x4 with Clubcard Boost.
Sainsburys 1 point = 0.5p,since they reduced the points given.
So basically,Tescos seem better value,unless you need to go to Sainsburys for something.
Or just go Aldi/Lidl which is generally cheaper anyway.:D
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