Up to 5000 Nectar Points when you buy with Nectar on eBay  (minimum £10 spend)
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Up to 5000 Nectar Points when you buy with Nectar on eBay (minimum £10 spend)

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Found 16th Feb
Collect a surprise number of Nectar points when you turn your points into a voucher on eBay and spend the voucher on ebay.co.uk (minimum £10 spend) before 21st February 2018. For voucher redemption T&Cs see below.

Offer valid from 16th February until 23:59 21st February 2018. Surprise bonus points will be issued on each transaction, ranging between 200 and 5,000 points.
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...and of course I spent my voucher yesterday *face palm*
Yes, the 'surprise' number of points is very likey to be 200
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...and of course I spent my voucher yesterday *face palm*
Nice one, I've been waiting to exchange my points now I can buy that sim card I want and hopefully get a good chunk of points out of it. voted steamy hot
Yes, the 'surprise' number of points is very likey to be 200
Can I do this 5 times if I have £50 of points?
total con scam redemption value is pathetic I have spent 1000s on e bay only to get a few quid better redenption at Sainsburys.
Hmmm.....good deal if you’re buying something anyway, but I’m not convinced it’s worth redeeming £10 worth of points, ( which are potentially worth £20 if used at a Sainsburys double up event) on the off chance of winning.
You got to be mad to gamble on this when you know your points are worth double in November’s event at Sainsburys. Ok if you get a 1000, but if and you more than likely will get a 200 it’s a bust.
Just done this......no bonus points appeared? Spent £10.05 on a new rear wiper, converted £10 in nectar points so seem to have met the criteria?
gunther5 m ago

Just done this......no bonus points appeared? Spent £10.05 on a new rear …Just done this......no bonus points appeared? Spent £10.05 on a new rear wiper, converted £10 in nectar points so seem to have met the criteria?

I'm sure it can take 28 days to appear.
garyhilton10 m ago

Hmmm.....good deal if you’re buying something anyway, but I’m not con …Hmmm.....good deal if you’re buying something anyway, but I’m not convinced it’s worth redeeming £10 worth of points, ( which are potentially worth £20 if used at a Sainsburys double up event) on the off chance of winning.



Might be wrong but... going by OP it states £10 minimum spend not minimum redemption.. so could then only change £2.50 in nectar points but spend £10 on ebay therefore not using so many points to qualify
garyhilton11 m ago

Hmmm.....good deal if you’re buying something anyway, but I’m not con …Hmmm.....good deal if you’re buying something anyway, but I’m not convinced it’s worth redeeming £10 worth of points, ( which are potentially worth £20 if used at a Sainsburys double up event) on the off chance of winning.


I can never get my head around those events as Sainsburys are usually expensive to begin with.
sjm1983333 m ago

Might be wrong but... going by OP it states £10 minimum spend not minimum …Might be wrong but... going by OP it states £10 minimum spend not minimum redemption.. so could then only change £2.50 in nectar points but spend £10 on ebay therefore not using so many points to qualify


Now if that works it’s worth exploring. Burn 500 for minimum 200 back is a gamble worth taking
this is not a double up event, correct? I do not understand what is exactly the gain, how much do I need to spend to get 5000 points back?
Edited by: "neroneuk" 16th Feb
The key is "up to 5000". I would say only 0.001% of shoppers have a chance to get the maximum points.
I would assume you need to change only £2.50 in a voucher because in any case when you try to redeem a voucher: A minimum £10 total purchase price is required (including the cost of postage & packaging) to be able to apply (use or redeem) your vouchers on eBay.co.uk
pinkleponkle33 m ago

Now if that works it’s worth exploring. Burn 500 for minimum 200 back is a …Now if that works it’s worth exploring. Burn 500 for minimum 200 back is a gamble worth taking



I don't think you can ... it says 'when you turn your points into a voucher on eBay and spend the voucher on ebay.co.uk, (minimum £10 spend)
I've always wanted to try gambling, only worse.

Just kidding, cool stuff if you're going to be spending £10 anyway.
sjm19833357 m ago

Might be wrong but... going by OP it states £10 minimum spend not minimum …Might be wrong but... going by OP it states £10 minimum spend not minimum redemption.. so could then only change £2.50 in nectar points but spend £10 on ebay therefore not using so many points to qualify


bugger, just spent £10 of vouchers on one shop wish i read this properly now! lets hope it was worth it
Think it's only if you've received the email and clicked through from there?
salsheikh15 m ago

bugger, just spent £10 of vouchers on one shop wish i read this …bugger, just spent £10 of vouchers on one shop wish i read this properly now! lets hope it was worth it



hand up who did the same!
pinkleponkle1 h, 28 m ago

You got to be mad to gamble on this when you know your points are worth …You got to be mad to gamble on this when you know your points are worth double in November’s event at Sainsburys. Ok if you get a 1000, but if and you more than likely will get a 200 it’s a bust.


I was told by the manager in our local Sainsbury’s that the doubling up is unlikely to continuing! Hope he is wrong?
Typical!Redeemed 1500 nectar points on Mon and spent £19!
sjm1983331 h, 42 m ago

Might be wrong but... going by OP it states £10 minimum spend not minimum …Might be wrong but... going by OP it states £10 minimum spend not minimum redemption.. so could then only change £2.50 in nectar points but spend £10 on ebay therefore not using so many points to qualify

That's how I am reading it!! Minimum points to convert to an eBay voucher=500 (worth £2.50) seems independent of the requirement to buy something worth £10 or over
Winterborn2 h, 24 m ago

...and of course I spent my voucher yesterday *face palm*


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AlfieW1232 h, 2 m ago

Can I do this 5 times if I have £50 of points?



Pretty sure you can as long as you convert the points into 5 £10 vouchers, making sure to spend them on 5 separate transactions
Edited by: "Sbh19" 16th Feb
firemonkey6830 m ago

I was told by the manager in our local Sainsbury’s that the doubling up is …I was told by the manager in our local Sainsbury’s that the doubling up is unlikely to continuing! Hope he is wrong?



When tesco stopped the double up events they announced it before the final one so that people had the chance to spend what they had been savign for a double up - hopefully Sains would be the same (wouldn't count on it thoug).
pinkleponkle2 h, 53 m ago

You got to be mad to gamble on this when you know your points are worth …You got to be mad to gamble on this when you know your points are worth double in November’s event at Sainsburys. Ok if you get a 1000, but if and you more than likely will get a 200 it’s a bust.


Sainsburys is boring, I like a gamble, nectars wheel of fortune here I come
PikachuPichu16th Feb

I placed the order, converted 500 nectar points to £2.50, and paid the …I placed the order, converted 500 nectar points to £2.50, and paid the rest to reach £10 , but how will I know how many points I have won! And when will these points be added to my nectar. I have not received any notification regarding any surprise points after check out or through any other notification.



That's the biggest issue with Nectar, unless you print out an A3 page stating the date/time and transaction and pin it to a wall for a month, then chase nectar, that is the only way.

Nectar has no tracking mechanism, no notifications or anything, it's almost a given that 90% off all transactions go untracked and Nectar is reluctant to do anything about it.... been the case for years
Sharpharp25 m ago

That's the biggest issue with Nectar, unless you print out an A3 page …That's the biggest issue with Nectar, unless you print out an A3 page stating the date/time and transaction and pin it to a wall for a month, then chase nectar, that is the only way.Nectar has no tracking mechanism, no notifications or anything, it's almost a given that 90% off all transactions go untracked and Nectar is reluctant to do anything about it.... been the case for years


If you go into the nectar section on ebay (at the bottom of the "my ebay" dropdown in the top right) all your nectar points-earning ebay transactions are listed there - date, amount spend, points earned etc.
Also if you login on nectar.com, ALL your transactions are documented on the nectar website itself, not just ebay but anywhere you earn nectar points. HTH
lilwhiteduck9 m ago

If you go into the nectar section on ebay (at the bottom of the "my ebay" …If you go into the nectar section on ebay (at the bottom of the "my ebay" dropdown in the top right) all your nectar points-earning ebay transactions are listed there - date, amount spend, points earned etc. Also if you login on nectar.com, ALL your transactions are documented on the nectar website itself, not just ebay but anywhere you earn nectar points. HTH


Been there, done that, but transactions do NOT appear until at least a month later (and never in 90% of all cases).
Have you any idea how many walls I've ruined with pritstik holding up A3 reminders to chase Nectar?

Sorry, bit dramatic that, I've upgraded to post-it notes
Sharpharp21 m ago

Been there, done that, but transactions do NOT appear until at least a …Been there, done that, but transactions do NOT appear until at least a month later (and never in 90% of all cases).Have you any idea how many walls I've ruined with pritstik holding up A3 reminders to chase Nectar? Sorry, bit dramatic that, I've upgraded to post-it notes


As you say!!! I largely gave up on Nectar bonus points when a few "buy some petrol - get points within 28 days" offers never seemed to appear.
This is tempting, but haven't they also done events where you get half of your redeemed points back, guaranteed? Was there an upper limit on that?

I have 10000 points I want to convert to £50 and redeem against something I don't really need.
Decent deal if you get the points! Anybody know if you can use cash back sites as well if you use nectar vouchers or will they decline it?
What a brilliant idea.
I think lots of other firms will be influenced by it.

Let's face it, Britons aren't that bright. The vast numbers of scratch-cards that they buy bears that out.

Petrol station forecourts will soon have "Up To £80 of Petrol" buttons on the pumps. They will take in twice as much money but only need half the amount of fuel to be delivered to their premises.
It's a green initiative that ought to get government funding.
Edited by: "Adult" 16th Feb
Domthedonkey5 h, 52 m ago

I can never get my head around those events as Sainsburys are usually …I can never get my head around those events as Sainsburys are usually expensive to begin with.


I got a free Now TV box last event. Reduced to £20. Redeemed £10 worth of points.
gunther7 h, 3 m ago

Just done this......no bonus points appeared? Spent £10.05 on a new rear …Just done this......no bonus points appeared? Spent £10.05 on a new rear wiper, converted £10 in nectar points so seem to have met the criteria?


Was that £10 for the wipers and 5p bag tax?
Winterborn8 h, 13 m ago

...and of course I spent my voucher yesterday *face palm*


Haha me too!
ITMA59 m ago

See what I mean?


I meant a Smart Now TV box.
Had an interesting chat with Nectar and got a few things clarified. You can redeem a £2.50 voucher and get the bonus points. You can also do as many transactions as possible! Very good deal here, thanks OP!!
ITMA2 h, 42 m ago

What a brilliant idea.I think lots of other firms will be influenced by …What a brilliant idea.I think lots of other firms will be influenced by it.Let's face it, Britons aren't that bright. The vast numbers of scratch-cards that they buy bears that out.Petrol station forecourts will soon have "Up To £80 of Petrol" buttons on the pumps. They will take in twice as much money but only need half the amount of fuel to be delivered to their premises. It's a green initiative that ought to get government funding.


What a stupid comment from your pedestal
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