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e-Rewards: I've earnt £15 in nectar points in 3 weeks

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Found 10th Jul 2014
doing surveys at e-Rewards.co.uk. Just thought i'd share the tip. £15 can be doubled to £30 at attractions, Pizza Express (this month), and of course when Sainsbury's runs it's double up promo. So well worth it if you have the spare time.

Note: i am registered as a small business owner (which i am when i'm not on maternity leave), and find some of the high value surveys (500 points etc) are targeted at business owners. Mind you i did a fun one on laundry detergent that was 600 points for 20 mins so just goes to show.
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Have you got a link? :-)
Lazy link even lol
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XOXJADEXOX

Lazy link even lol



read the first line of this post lol
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seems it's been removed. There is no wording to content too
sofiasar

seems it's been removed. There is no wording to content too



doing surveys at e-Rewards.co.uk.
How much was the 600 points for 20 mins worth?

Also i havent signed up but rewards seem to be airmiles no sign of nectar points
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davidian84

How much was the 600 points for 20 mins worth?Also i havent signed up but … How much was the 600 points for 20 mins worth?Also i havent signed up but rewards seem to be airmiles no sign of nectar points



in nectar terms that's either £3 or £6 depending on whether you use double up or not.

it's definitely nectar, not airmiles. try visiting the nectar.com website, or i may have found it through Hukd, can't exactly remember sorry. if that fails, you can email their cust service.

btw, you can cash out 1000 at a time, or save them and they give you a 15% bonus for cashing out larger increments, 2000, and 10000 for example. so you get bonus points just buy not cashing them out.
I'm a member of both Nectar and e-rewards and I'm pretty certain that neither are anything to do with each other. You can't earn Nectar points via e-rewards. What you can do is save for a Sainsbury's 'offline gift card' via e-rewards, but it doesn't say anything about Nectar (I've just looked).
Edited by: "roof30" 10th Jul 2014
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roof30

I'm a member of both Nectar and e-rewards and I'm pretty certain that … I'm a member of both Nectar and e-rewards and I'm pretty certain that neither are anything to do with each other. You can't earn Nectar points via e-rewards. What you can do is save for a Sainsbury's 'offline gift card' via e-rewards, but it doesn't say anything about Nectar (I've just looked).



wrong.

Your recent transactions
Partner Base points Bonus points Total points
eBay 13 0 13
e-Rewards 1,000 0 1,000
That doesn't say anything about Nectar points. e-rewards points aren't Nectar points. I've just looked it up on their site!
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roof30

That doesn't say anything about Nectar points. e-rewards points aren't … That doesn't say anything about Nectar points. e-rewards points aren't Nectar points. I've just looked it up on their site!



that is from my nectar card statement. duh. yes, 1 e reward point is 1 nectar point.

their main site may not advertise this. you may need to sign up through a special landing page dedicated to nectar members.

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roof30

That doesn't say anything about Nectar points. e-rewards points aren't … That doesn't say anything about Nectar points. e-rewards points aren't Nectar points. I've just looked it up on their site!



Dear XXX,

Thank you for participating in e-Rewards(R), the programme that rewards you for participating in online surveys that have been selected to match your unique interests.


Your Nectar account will be credited with 1,000 Nectar points within 28 days.


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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Full Nectar Programme Terms & Conditions apply. To view the rules: nectar.com/abo…nts Partner offers subject to the terms and conditions of each individual offer. Once an exchange is made, it cannot be reversed or undone. Please allow 28 days from redemption for points to post to your account. Other restrictions may apply. Offers subject to change without notice. Offers void where prohibited by law.

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Please save this email for future reference or to view your Reward.

Continue to check your inbox and your Member home page for future opportunities to earn Opinion Points(TM).


Sincerely,
The e-Rewards Team






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roof30

That doesn't say anything about Nectar points. e-rewards points aren't … That doesn't say anything about Nectar points. e-rewards points aren't Nectar points. I've just looked it up on their site!

e-rewards are listed on nectar's site http://www.nectar.com/dynamic/business/collect/e-rewards
The partnership was announced in April researchnow.com/en-…spx
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halodudify

e-rewards are listed on nectar's site … e-rewards are listed on nectar's site http://www.nectar.com/dynamic/business/collect/e-rewardsThe partnership was announced in April http://www.researchnow.com/en-gb/PressAndEvents/News/2014/april/research-now-commissioned-by-nectar-business-to-host-e-rewards-opinion-panel.aspx



thanks for this.
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