A Nectar card can be used when spending at Sainsbury’s, Esso, Asos, eBay, Expedia as well as a huge list of other outlets. The amount of points you get varies, but Sainsbury’s usually offers one point for every £1 spent. In its latest deal, Nectar is offering existing members free bonus points.
This will then instantly be added to shoppers’ Nectar points balance to spend.
Nectar says it is offering the bonus to show existing members on average how many points it estimates they’ve missed out on over a 12 week period by not using the personalised bonus offers in the app.
This means if you have not used the app much in the past three months, you should receive more points than if you were to use it on a regular basis.
Customers can also get personalised weekly offers via the app and website to spend in Sainsbury’s.
Earlier this year, Nectar partnered with Avios, which means Sainsbury’s customers can save towards their next holiday with a food shop.
In the new scheme, 400 Nectar points collected can be converted into 250 Avios.
With 4,000 Avios you can book a members flight to Amsterdam.
Customers will receive a one-off bonus 500 Avios when they convert 1,600 Nectar points.
Adam Daniels, CEO of Avios, said: “Like Nectar, we pride ourselves on working with a wide range of partners for the benefit of our members, so working together was a natural step.
“Nectar will join hundreds of partners who all offer a whole host of exciting and varied ways to collect and spend Avios.”
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