Nectar Swipe & Win @ Sainsburys - 6th to 8th October (win 200-5000 nectar points per qualifying £10 transaction)
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Nectar Swipe & Win @ Sainsburys - 6th to 8th October (win 200-5000 nectar points per qualifying £10 transaction)

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Edited by:"aau1"Found 28th Sep
1. The Swipe and Win promotion is available at Sainsbury’s to Nectar card customers only.

2. Promotion open to UK residents, aged 18 and over.

3. The promotional period is 00:01 on 6 October to 23:59 on 8 October 2017.

4. To enter the promotion, simply meet the qualifying conditions by spending £10 or more, excluding items listed in Term 6, in one transaction at Sainsbury’s Supermarkets and Petrol Stations, or Sainsbury’s Online Groceries for delivery or collection on 6 – 8 October 2017 and swipe your Nectar card in store or enter your Nectar card details online.

5. Centrals and Locals, Sainsbury’s Cafés, Pay at Pump petrol stations, Sainsbury’s Local in connection with Euro Garages and the following petrol stations are excluded from the promotion: Aberdeen (Garthdee Road), Archer Road, Ballymena, Bath, Biddulph, Bishop’s Waltham, Blackpool, Braintree, Bridgemead, Burpham, Charlton Riverside (Greenwich), Chertsey, Cobham, Coleraine, Colne, Craigavon, Cramlington, Dartmouth, Dorridge, Dronfield, Dungannon, East Filton, East Kilbride, Edenthorpe (Thorne Road), Eltham, Ely, Forestside, Fosse Park, Glasgow Woodlands Local, Glen Road, Haverhill, Hazel Grove, Heaton, Newcastle, Kimberley, Livingston, Keighley, Hempstead Valley, Isle of Wight, Marshalswick Local, Meadowhall North, Meadowhall South, Morecambe, North Cheam, Northfield, Perton, Queens Road, Redditch, Shorehead, Solihull, Stratton, Taunton, Telford, Wakefield Ings Road, Wantage, Wednesfield, West Houghton, Whitehouse Farm, Worksop.

6. Qualifying spend excludes spirits and liqueurs, first stage baby milk products, National Lottery, tobacco, Tu Clothing online deliveries, 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.

7. You cannot earn Nectar points on over the counter medicines or any other products sold by Lloyds Pharmacy.

8. Points not available on products purchased from concessions within Sainsbury’s stores.

9. The Swipe and Win promotion is not valid on Tu Clothing online.10. You cannot earn Nectar points from Sainsbury's on car related products such as lubricants, oils, de-icer etc. sold by BP or Esso at Sainsbury's Local in partnership with Euro Garages Stores.

11. All entrants meeting the qualifying conditions will receive a reward coupon. Every customer will receive a minimum of 200 gift points. Available prizes are: 137,260 prizes of 5000 Nectar points, 137,260 prizes of 2000 Nectar points, 549,070 prizes of 1000 Nectar points, 823,600 prizes of 500 Nectar points and are allocated at random. Each prize is inclusive of 200 gift points.

12. Points are rewarded as a coupon at the till that must be redeemed in store in order for points to be awarded to your Nectar card. 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 22 October 2017. Photocopies are not accepted. Lost, expired or damaged coupons cannot be replaced.

13. There is no limit on the number of Swipe and Win entries per customer. There is no cash alternative to the stated prize.

14. Swipe and Win winning coupons must be redeemed in store. Points will not be awarded to your Nectar account if the coupon is not redeemed by 23.59 on 22 October 2017 at the coupon will be invalid after this date. 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.

15. No purchase necessary route available in Northern Ireland only. To enter please email swipeandwin@sainsburys.co.uk by 23:59 on 8 October 2017 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.

16. 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.

17. Promoter, Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd, 33 Holborn, London EC1N 2HT. Reg 3261722 England.

18. These terms and conditions shall be governed by English law and the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction.

Top comments

I've cancelled my Nectar card since they partnered with the Daily Mail.

Worth noting that by using Nectar, as well as indirectly helping out the Daily Mail, you are also seemingly giving Nectar permission to share your data with them. There isn't a building big enough to write the 'no' from me on the side of.

facebook.com/nec…706

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Edited by: "BristolBillyBob" 28th Sep

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goldy1221 m ago

Thanks will buy my Fuel here next week , although I found this promotion …Thanks will buy my Fuel here next week , although I found this promotion very disappointing last time (ended up with mainly 200 points each time) compared to what it used .


They seem to have made more prizes available this time around

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They've either made a typo in this years T&Cs and mistakenly used the same number for 2000 and 5000 prizes or they've massively increased the number of 5000 pointers.

hotmik5 h, 12 m ago

The petrol attendants love it when I put £10 in 5 times and so do the cars …The petrol attendants love it when I put £10 in 5 times and so do the cars in the queue behind




If you're going to be a pain in the backside like this, then at least have the decency to get your £10 worth of petrol, pay for it then get back in your car and drive round to the back of the queue again and then repeat that as many times as you want. Just have a bit of courtesy for others for once and stop being a selfish ****

The petrol attendants love it when I put £10 in 5 times and so do the cars in the queue behind
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Thanks will buy my Fuel here next week , although I found this promotion very disappointing last time (ended up with mainly 200 points each time) compared to what it used .

Thanks OP - I've been waiting for this

Did pretty well with this last time for a change all other times I've only got 200 points at a time. See how many people I can annoying doing shopping in £10 lots.
Managed to get a couple bonus poinst vouchers on my last shop as well. Triple poinst on fuel expires on 6th October

I am with you, quite happy to annoy all the people behind me by splitting my shopping into £10 lots

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goldy1221 m ago

Thanks will buy my Fuel here next week , although I found this promotion …Thanks will buy my Fuel here next week , although I found this promotion very disappointing last time (ended up with mainly 200 points each time) compared to what it used .


They seem to have made more prizes available this time around

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They've either made a typo in this years T&Cs and mistakenly used the same number for 2000 and 5000 prizes or they've massively increased the number of 5000 pointers.

Nice. Last year I did my weekly shop during this. Went to the self service check out, every time I hit 10£ I paid. Did alright. About 1000 points

Always get decent points when this is on. Thanks op

Got 5000 points last time :-)

When is the double up event?

grimmer20153 m ago

When is the double up event?


last year it was Double Up vouchers may only be redeemed between 16 and 22 November 2016

aau130 m ago

They seem to have made more prizes available this time around[Image] …They seem to have made more prizes available this time around[Image] They've either made a typo in this years T&Cs and mistakenly used the same number for 2000 and 5000 prizes or they've massively increased the number of 5000 pointers.


great thanks, definitely a mistake though

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davidian845 m ago

great thanks, definitely a mistake though


I think so too but at least they've increased the 500/1000s since last time

I've cancelled my Nectar card since they partnered with the Daily Mail.

Worth noting that by using Nectar, as well as indirectly helping out the Daily Mail, you are also seemingly giving Nectar permission to share your data with them. There isn't a building big enough to write the 'no' from me on the side of.

facebook.com/nec…706

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Edited by: "BristolBillyBob" 28th Sep

Any idea why Local and Central Sainsbury’s stores are excluded? (Sorry if this appears multiple times)

aau11 h, 43 m ago

They seem to have made more prizes available this time around[Image] …They seem to have made more prizes available this time around[Image] They've either made a typo in this years T&Cs and mistakenly used the same number for 2000 and 5000 prizes or they've massively increased the number of 5000 pointers.




Ha ha, a typo or not, they could probably say what they like as how could anybody ever check? Was definitely good Oct 16, but not as good last time ... but still voted hot as minimum 10% discount on £10 bundles

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BristolBillyBob25 m ago

I've cancelled my Nectar card since they partnered with the Daily Mail. …I've cancelled my Nectar card since they partnered with the Daily Mail. Worth noting that by using Nectar, as well as indirectly helping out the Daily Mail, you are also seemingly giving Nectar permission to share your data with them. There isn't a building big enough to write the 'no' from me on the side of. https://www.facebook.com/nectar/posts/10155835061028706[Image]


Nectar has publicly stated that will only share your information with the Daily Mail if you create a mail account and link it to your nectar card.

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TTYTOM12 m ago

Any idea why Local and Central Sainsbury’s stores are excluded? (Sorry if t …Any idea why Local and Central Sainsbury’s stores are excluded? (Sorry if this appears multiple times)


because those stores have higher overheads making each transaction less profitable for Sainsburys

aau13 m ago

Nectar has publicly stated that will only share your information with the …Nectar has publicly stated that will only share your information with the Daily Mail if you create a mail account and link it to your nectar card.


Interesting. Do you have a link to that? A Google of "nectar daily mail data sharing" doesn't throw up anything as far as I can tell.

Agreed last time wasn't worth the effort. However the time before that was tbf too good. So hopefully they've found somewhere in the middle.

Last year was my first year. I did really well. Beginner's Luck..?

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BristolBillyBob22 m ago

Interesting. Do you have a link to that? A Google of "nectar daily mail …Interesting. Do you have a link to that? A Google of "nectar daily mail data sharing" doesn't throw up anything as far as I can tell.


Check out facebook.com/nec…706

There is a reply from Nectar on the above facebook post that says:

"Hi Joe, we will only share data with the Daily Mail if your Nectar Card is linked to a MyMail account."
Edited by: "aau1" 28th Sep

TTYTOM37 m ago

Any idea why Local and Central Sainsbury’s stores are excluded? (Sorry if t …Any idea why Local and Central Sainsbury’s stores are excluded? (Sorry if this appears multiple times)


At least partly because they don’t have the coupon printers.

aau18 m ago

Check out https://www.facebook.com/nectar/posts/10155882603658706There is …Check out https://www.facebook.com/nectar/posts/10155882603658706There is a reply from Nectar on the above facebook post that says:"Hi Joe, we will only share data with the Daily Mail if your Nectar Card is linked to a MyMail account."


OK, thanks for posting that.

If it were my only concern, I'd need to be more convinced by something a little more official than a social media PR team member replying to a Facebook post, given their T&Cs. But fair enough. My other point still stands and the relationship between the two companies is plenty reason enough for me.

The petrol attendants love it when I put £10 in 5 times and so do the cars in the queue behind

Great heads up op.... now what else will I do that weekend?

Just in time to save for double up, if it happens this year.

5000 points, what's that? 1p?

M1LFHunter4 m ago

5000 points, what's that? 1p?



Don't forget double up = 2p.

5000 points is £25 (or £50 on double up!)

hotmik2 h, 6 m ago

The petrol attendants love it when I put £10 in 5 times and so do the cars …The petrol attendants love it when I put £10 in 5 times and so do the cars in the queue behind



LOL, I find that too - still, clause13 - "There is no limit on the number of Swipe and Win entries per customer." Had to bring it to the attention of the petrol assistant when they "jokingly" suggested they might ask me to drive out and back in again... oh how I laughed!

carltonbp8 m ago

Don't forget double up = 2p.


Nectar points are like petrol vouchers, you need 5trillion to get a set of fluffy dice!

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meherenow42 m ago

LOL, I find that too - still, clause13 - "There is no limit on the number …LOL, I find that too - still, clause13 - "There is no limit on the number of Swipe and Win entries per customer." Had to bring it to the attention of the petrol assistant when they "jokingly" suggested they might ask me to drive out and back in again... oh how I laughed!


Last time, after I had completed my 6x£10 petrol fills I went to customer services and asked them to put the points on my account. She refused because I wasn't buying anything and said I needed to make 6 separate purchases to get the points added one a a time .... until I pointed out to her that the T&Cs didn't say you had to make a purchase, just that you could get the points added when you next swiped your card which is what I was asking her to do.

She added them reluctantly whilst saying that "you're not supposed to do multiple £10 transactions" .... so I read her the "no limits" clause and she soon shut up.

aau18 m ago

Last time, after I had completed my 6x£10 petrol fills I went to customer …Last time, after I had completed my 6x£10 petrol fills I went to customer services and asked them to put the points on my account. She refused because I wasn't buying anything and said I needed to make 6 separate purchases to get the points added one a a time .... until I pointed out to her that the T&Cs didn't say you had to make a purchase, just that you could get the points added when you next swiped your card which is what I was asking her to do.She added them reluctantly whilst saying that "you're not supposed to do multiple £10 transactions" .... so I read her the "no limits" clause and she soon shut up.



Harrogate tried that with my Dad. Though last time they were better I just try not to take the mick and spread it out. I have a local near me too usually staffed by teenagers who are very helpful and don't care. It's the older staff who resent it in my experience.

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carltonbp3 m ago

Harrogate tried that with my Dad. Though last time they were better I just …Harrogate tried that with my Dad. Though last time they were better I just try not to take the mick and spread it out. I have a local near me too usually staffed by teenagers who are very helpful and don't care. It's the older staff who resent it in my experience.


The petrol station staff always have a laugh with me and say they don't understand why more people don't do it. The cashiers all admit to doing the same thing when they get their groceries at the end of their shift. It's just that one woman on customer services with a problem

great do you need to activate card first?

Thanks OP for the heads up

You can do two £10 transactions on your pump and then pay inside separately, saves a few minutes.no doubt fuel price will creep up before this offer but still a good deal with minimum 10% back

hotmik5 h, 12 m ago

The petrol attendants love it when I put £10 in 5 times and so do the cars …The petrol attendants love it when I put £10 in 5 times and so do the cars in the queue behind




If you're going to be a pain in the backside like this, then at least have the decency to get your £10 worth of petrol, pay for it then get back in your car and drive round to the back of the queue again and then repeat that as many times as you want. Just have a bit of courtesy for others for once and stop being a selfish ****

jdr11653 m ago

If you're going to be a pain in the backside like this, then at least have …If you're going to be a pain in the backside like this, then at least have the decency to get your £10 worth of petrol, pay for it then get back in your car and drive round to the back of the queue again and then repeat that as many times as you want. Just have a bit of courtesy for others for once and stop being a selfish ****


Oh do chill out poppet.

Need to start shopping in Sainsburys
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