From 11 April 2015, Sainsbury's are making changes to the way you earn Nectar points. As part of this change, there will be some great new ways to earn more bonus points.
When you buy ten or more different products, we'll tot up the comparable brands in your basket. if you could have paid less at Asda - even because of the deal - we'll give you a coupon for the difference off your next shop.
Download our free Sainsbury's app for bonus Nectar points, deals and a handy store locator on the go.
Collect and spend your Nectar points renting or buying movies to watch online or on MP3 music downloads.
Get up to 1,540 points on a range of gas and electricity tariffs.
Sainsbury's Bank offers a range of financial products and services including insurances, credit cards and more.
Collect DOUBLE points on mobile top up, plus more with a great value pay as you go bundle.
Be rewarded for helping the environment - pick up an extra point for each bag you reuse.
Sainsbury's was founded in 1869 by John James Sainsbury and his wife Mary Ann Sainsbury in London and has grown to become one of the UK's largest retailers.
Sainsbury's has over 1,000 stores, employing around 150,000 people. Outlets range from convenience stores to hypermarkets, all designed to create the best possible shopping experience.
Shop for everything from groceries to clothes to furniture either in store or online.
Sainsbury's is passionate about protecting the environment and has a plan of 20 key commitments, ranging from supplier animal welfare and fair trade standards, to making sure the best quality products are on the shelves. Find out more here.
You can collect Nectar points by swiping your card at the till in Sainsbury's stores, cafes and petrol stations. You can also collect points online through Nectar eShops, on both grocery and non-grocery products, or via Sainsbury's.co.uk.
The number of points you can collect depends on what you are buying. You'll get 2 points per £1 spent in store or online and 1 point per litre of fuel purchased at Sainsbury's petrol stations. You'll also pick up an extra point for every bag you reuse in store.
Exclusions do apply on various Sainsbury's goods and services. See terms and conditions to find out more.
Nectar points collected with Sainsbury's in store will appear in your account automatically - check your receipt to see your balance. If you shop online, points will be credited within 28 days. If you're waiting for points to be credited, you can check your Nectar points statement. If 28 days have elapsed and you haven't received your points, we'd be happy to investigate: contact Nectar here.
Keep an eye out for bonus points promotions throughout the year - plus take advantage of offers tailor made for you on coupons printed with your receipt at the till in store. You can also collect an extra 50 points every time you place an online grocery shop order, provided you start at nectar.com.
There are several reasons that this may have happened - points should show on your receipt straight away, but if you shop every day, the total may take a little time to update. If you share your account with another cardholder, they may have recently spent points which would have been deducted. Finally, bonus points aren't shown separately, so you may not have noticed these in your total.
Sainsbury's will credit points from up to two receipts, provided you return with them within 14 days. Simply take your Nectar card and receipt back to the store where you made the transaction.
You can spend points in store by swiping your card at the till. 500 points = £2.50 to spend, so just tell the cashier how many multiples of 500 points you'd like to use. You can also spend your points online, either by purchasing an e-voucher to use at Sainsburys.co.uk, or by purchasing a separate e-voucher to use at Sainsbury's Entertainment.
Provided you've previously used your card in a store in the past 12 months, you'll be able to spend points there. If that isn't the case, use your card to collect points once and you'll be able to spend points in that store 24 hours later.
Eligible titles only. You can read eBooks on tablets, smartphones, PCs, Macs and some ereaders including Nook and Kobo. Unfortunately Amazon Kindle ereader devices do not support eBooks bought from eBooks by Sainsbury's.
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