Spend Nectar points on EBay 500pts - £2.50 spend
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Spend Nectar points on EBay 500pts - £2.50 spend

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Found 18th Nov 2013
For ages we've been able to collect Nectar points by linking our accounts with EBay, now we can spend them there too, sure many of people out there with thousands of points will be scooping up some good deals. I've had a quick check and can't see a limit either only upto £200 per voucher and multiple vouchers can be used, valid for 12 months. Hopefully someone out there will find this helpful.

"Use your eBay voucher against any purchase on eBay over £10, including postage & packing."
- deadleg21

87 Comments

Hey, thanks for the heads up!

Nice to know, cheers.

Learn something new everyday! Thanks op:D

HTH.

got loads of points from ebay & petrol, thanks for the info

Great news.

Thanks

That's the standard exchange rate ? Still very poor value ..
Waiting for x3, x4 value exchange event if it even happens again.

"If you return items purchased using your Nectar voucher, we can only issue you a new voucher if you've returned all items from the transaction. If you only return one item from a multi-item transaction, we won't be able to issue you a new voucher."

Hmmmmm. Potential to lose some of your points. Nice one ebay!

tanikk£

That's the standard exchange rate ? Still very poor value ..Waiting for … That's the standard exchange rate ? Still very poor value ..Waiting for x3, x4 value exchange event if it even happens again.



Double value exchange weekend coming 22-24 Nov

Is eBay a new redeem partner for Nectar? Or have they always been a redemption partner? Thanks
Edited by: "Chanchi32" 19th Nov 2013

i joined up my account with both but none of what i have brought the points have not gone over from ebay to nectar does anyone know why??

Well that's Christmas sorted

i've never been sent a nectar voucher, always just use my card in sainsburys which is obvoiusly the least value way to do it.

That is a seriously rubbish double exchange offer! Limited categories and 2-4 days to purchase!

Are they just codes or actualy vouchers?

Why is this hot? nectar points are usually worth at least 0.5p minimum, and without this restriction of having to spend £10+

wonkyleg

Are they just codes or actualy vouchers?



you have to convert your points to vouchers

same as argos

finally some use for nectar points. thanks

Hmm this is a strange one to have got so hot.

Nectar points have half the value of clubcard points, boots points etc.

This is the normal redeem rate with some bizarre conditions (returns policy, min spend).

So IMHO not that great but I guess it is potentially a better value route than Argos or Sainsburys redemptions?

As for that "double points event" - yet again a big pile of rubbish! Double value = normal value of clubcard points, bizarre low maximum spend, very few categories and highly limited timeframe. Mental.

mattgrant

http://www.nectar.com/doublevalue/index.rnectar



=massively restricted


Only on Champagne, Beauty, Electricals and Frozen Desserts.

AND

One Double Value voucher per customer, per category. Maximum voucher value of £20.

Nujol

Hmm this is a strange one to have got so hot. Nectar points have half the … Hmm this is a strange one to have got so hot. Nectar points have half the value of clubcard points, boots points etc. This is the normal redeem rate with some bizarre conditions (returns policy, min spend). So IMHO not that great but I guess it is potentially a better value route than Argos or Sainsburys redemptions?As for that "double points event" - yet again a big pile of rubbish! Double value = normal value of clubcard points, bizarre low maximum spend, very few categories and highly limited timeframe. Mental.



Nectar points. Rubbish since launch in 2002.

can't believe this got so hot. everything offered here sounds normal. easy jet redemption is a better option for me

Dammit I shouldn't have given all my Nectar points to the Philippines, nah only kidding I would never have done that.

Think the sheep are voting this so hot just because they see the word ebay. Just like they do the rubbish 'free' listing days.

Ive got 3000 points which converts into £12.50 on eBay...

Like ClubCard, is there an 'obvious' choice?

I usually save my ClubCard points for Alton Towers/Days Out etc.

Is £12.50 all my £3,000 eBay expenditure is worth?

pipsqueak

Double value exchange weekend coming 22-24 Nov



Yeah, I saw it, useless.
The best one was a few months ago when you could exchange it for Cafe Rouge at a higher than usual rate. Missed out on it because "my card was new to the store" and it was the last day of the event. Sainsbury's loyalty points scheme is a joke.

thedrisback

i joined up my account with both but none of what i have brought the … i joined up my account with both but none of what i have brought the points have not gone over from ebay to nectar does anyone know why??



Maybe they hadn't a clue what you were saying either?

PS It's 'bought' by the way.

Cheers Op.

Finally I'll be able to find a good use for my stash of Nectar points built up from the long-lost Sainsburys mortgage deal (after all ebay has a much wider and usually better value selection than found in Argos or Sainsburys)

Nectar really should wake up and smell the coffee regarding their "double" promotions though. They are universally embarrassingly poor given the restrictive nature of them. Clearly Nectar do not have the same ability to offer decent promotions as Tesco seem to have (presumably because its not owned by one of the stores).

Having a read about Nectar, I was surprised to see them claim they are "the largest coalition loyalty program in the United Kingdom today" - I'd previously assumed it was Tesco (may be due to BP being in the Nectar scheme I guess).

thedrisback

i joined up my account with both but none of what i have brought the … i joined up my account with both but none of what i have brought the points have not gone over from ebay to nectar does anyone know why??



Have you made sure your Nectar card number is correct?
I use ebay and collect points all the time with no hassle.

Cold, shocking rate of exchange.

Bawaahhhaaa..

Banned

freccle

same as argos


Not quite. No need to exchange to a voucher as they just swipe your Nectar card. I find Argos handy as I can always pop in and ask then to swipe and tell me how many points I have. Used up my last lot on a Nook glo thanks to the kind poster who mentioned Argos was selling them for under £50.

premierfella

Finally I'll be able to find a good use for my stash of Nectar points … Finally I'll be able to find a good use for my stash of Nectar points built up from the long-lost Sainsburys mortgage deal (after all ebay has a much wider and usually better value selection than found in Argos or Sainsburys)Nectar really should wake up and smell the coffee regarding their "double" promotions though. They are universally embarrassingly poor given the restrictive nature of them. Clearly Nectar do not have the same ability to offer decent promotions as Tesco seem to have (presumably because its not owned by one of the stores). Having a read about Nectar, I was surprised to see them claim they are "the largest coalition loyalty program in the United Kingdom today" - I'd previously assumed it was Tesco (may be due to BP being in the Nectar scheme I guess).



coalition is the key word there. Tesco is single largest with the largest dataset in the UK (excluding the NSA of course!). Its run by Dunn Humby.

Someone should put Nectar double exchange post on, just to see how freezing it would get.
The most pointless double exchange in history of deals.

I don't purposely collect Nectar points anymore (used to have Amex where it actually worked out at 1% cashback even at their poor redemption) but still have some and collect them when have to stop at BP or when get moey off vouchers for shop at Sainsburys. So heads up for spend on Ebay. One less guilty feeling when I really want something but already had enough treats.. if it is "free" it is much better feeling:-)

Silhouette

Ive got 3000 points which converts into £12.50 on eBay...Like ClubCard, … Ive got 3000 points which converts into £12.50 on eBay...Like ClubCard, is there an 'obvious' choice?I usually save my ClubCard points for Alton Towers/Days Out etc.Is £12.50 all my £3,000 eBay expenditure is worth?



surely 3000 should give you £15 if 500 is worth £2.50 ?

Sainsburys are bunch of dickheads. I redeemed 1000 points in store for VUE cinema vouchers and they charged me twice, taking it to a huge negative balance and they refuse to refund me the points, bloody hilarious.
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