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Nectar logoBonus Nectar points at Sainsbury's*Register online for 'extra points' coupons to use on shopping


If you register your Nectar card with the Sainsbury's My Coupons* site, you can choose up to five coupons to add to your 'My Coupons Wallet'. They each get you between 40 and 220 bonus Nectar points on products you usually buy - anything from grapes to washing powder. Sometimes you can also get double or triple points coupons which are valid on your whole shop. 

You don't need to print anything off (although you can, if you want to remember what to pick up in store) - the points are automatically added to your account when you buy the product either in store or online. If you don't use a coupon, after a few days it'll expire and you can pick another. You can only use each coupon once.

Remember, this is a way to get extra points on items that you're going to buy anyway - never buy an item just for the extra boost. For more tips, see our Loyalty Points Boosting guide.

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Nectar logo1,000 Nectar pts = 2 cinema tickets or 2 pizzasSwap Nectar points for Vue Cinemas or Pizza Express voucher


You can exchange 1,000 Nectar points for a voucher that gets you two Vue cinema tickets (worth £20ish at peak times), or two pizzas at Pizza Express (worth £20ish). Normally, 1,000 Nectar points are worth £5 at Vue Cinemas or £7.50 at Pizza Express, so this is a decent deal if you've saved up enough points.

There's no limit to how many vouchers you can claim, but you need to claim them by Tue 9 Aug, and use them by 11.59pm on Fri 30 Sep. 

How can I get this deal?

You can get the vouchers online at Nectar, via the Nectar app, or at the customer services desk in larger Sainsbury's stores (you can't get them in petrol stations or Sainsbury's Local stores.)

You can then swap your voucher in a Pizza Express restaurant for two Classic or Leggera pizzas, pasta dishes, risottos or main salads, or for two standard 2D cinema tickets at a Vue cinema or online via the Vue website.

More info

Vue Cinemas - You can use the vouchers on a combination of two ticket types (adult, child, senior, student, or teen), but they have to be used on the same film showing. You can use more than one voucher at a time.

Pizza Express - If you order more than two pizzas, the cheapest two will be free. The voucher can't be used on takeaways, the kids' menu, or with any other offer (such as Tastecard or NUS Extra). You can use a maximum of five vouchers per table.

Excludes Edinburgh George IV Bridge, Jersey St. Brelade, London Euston Road, London Olympia, London Victoria Street, O2 North Greenwich and live music rooms.

See the full terms & conditions

Nectar logoNectar Double Up plus Sainsbury's Tu 25% off*Combine double Nectar points vouchers with clothing discount


If you stack two deals on Tue 31 Mar, you can get a cracking saving on Sainsbury's Tu clothing range.

Nectar Double Up

Until Tue 31 Mar, you can exchange your Nectar points for Double Up vouchers that get you twice their usual value on selected departments at Sainsbury's, including Tu clothing. Eg, 1,000 points is usually worth £5 in stores, but if you exchange them at Sainsbury's during the Double Up, you'll get a voucher for £10. For more details see our Loyalty Points Boosting guide.

25% off Sainsbury's Tu

From Tue 31 Mar until Mon 6 Apr, you can get 25% off the entire Sainsbury's Tu clothing range. This means for one day only, on Tue 31 Mar, you can use your Double Up vouchers on the clothing sale to get an even bigger discount.

Sainsbury's has confirmed that the Double Up vouchers can be used with the clothing discount. This deal is only available in Sainsbury's stores that stock Tu clothing, as you can't buy the range online. You can check if your local store stocks clothing by using the store locator*. Nectar Double Up vouchers can also only be used in stores.

Nectar logoNectar points double (at least) exchange*1,000 pts gets 10 restaurant voucher or 20 theme park vch


Usually 1,000 Nectar points get you just £5 off your shopping at Sainsbury's, Argos, Homebase and a few other retailers.

But from Wed 23 Jul you can get:

  • 2x the value at PizzaExpress (1,000pts = £10)
  • 3x the value at Go Ape, Longleat Safari Park and other Nectar Local Days Out partners (1,000pts = £15)
  • 4x the value at certain theme parks incl Thorpe Park and Alton Towers (1,000pts = £20)
  • 4x the value at participating Nectar Swim pools (usually 500pts per swim, now 500pts = 4 swims)

Nectar rarely offers ways to boost its points, so this is a great way to max their value. Here's how:

  1. First, see the Nectar Double Up* page for a list of participating chains.
  2. You can then exchange points for vouchers online or at the customer service desk in any larger Sainsbury's store (not Local branches), any time until Tue 12 Aug.
  3. They must be redeemed at your chosen venue by Tue 30 Sep.

T&Cs vary for different vouchers - there's more info about those below with a full list of participating venues.

It's worth noting the double-up vouchers can't be used in-store at Sainsbury's.

More info

PizzaExpress (2x value)

Multiple Nectar vouchers can be used in one transaction but not with any other offer, discount or coupons. Valid on food only, includes the children's menu but excludes drinks. Can't be used in Earls Court Exhibition Centre, the O2, Brent Cross, Westfield Stratford, Westfield White City, Olympia, Strand or at PizzaExpress Jazz Clubs, music rooms or pop-up restaurants.

Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester, The Dungeons, The Blackpool Tower Eye, The Blackpool Tower CircusSealife Centres and Sanctuaries (2x value)

One voucher per ticket, max voucher value is £20. Can't be used with any other offer, or on tickets booked online or over the phone. The London Aquarium is excluded from this offer.

Local Days Out Partners (3x value)

Max voucher value is £30, you can use multiple vouchers in one transacation. Some attractions require you to book over the phone in advance and quote the code on your voucher.

Go Ape (3x value)

Max voucher value is £30, you can use multiple vouchers in one transaction. You must book in advance online or by calling 0843 249 7058 and quoting the code on your voucher (there's a £2 fee for telephone bookings). Vouchers can't be used on food, drink or merchandise.

Alton Towers, Chessington World of Adventures, Thorpe Park and Legoland Windsor (4x value)

One voucher per person and per transaction, max voucher value is £40. Excludes music events and concerts. Can't be used with any other offer, or on tickets booked online or over the phone.

Madame Tussauds and Warwick Castle (4x value)

One voucher per person and per transaction, max voucher value is £30. Excludes music events, concerts and secondary attractions at Warwick Castle. Can't be used with any other offer, concession, online or phone bookings.

Nectar Swim (4x value)

Vouchers issued in bundles of four for 500 points and can be used at both silver and gold pools. Can't be used in conjunction with any other offer, promotion or discount rate unless otherwise stated. Voucher must be presented with your Nectar card.

Nectar logoEarn 5x Nectar points (get 10 per 1, usually two)At 400 retailers, though you can spend your points anywhere


Nectar card holders can earn 10 points per £1 spent at any of 400 retailers instead of the usual two points until 5pm, Mon 7 Jul. Just sign into (or register if you haven't already), add your Nectar card details and then go via to shop online at any participating retailer, including Homebase, Debenhams, Laura Ashley, Zavvi, Currys and more. See the full list.

How good is this?

Usually, you only get two points per £1, so you're getting five times the value. You normally need to earn 500 points to get a £2.50 voucher to spend at outlets such as Debenhams, Homebase, Sainsbury's, etc (although some days out venues will convert 500 points to £5). Let's do some number crunching:

With the usual two points per £1, you'd need to spend £250 to earn 500pts.
With the 5x points boost per £1, you'd need to spend £50 to earn 500pts.

The points will be added to your account within 60 days and you'll then be able to spend them straight away with Nectar partners. There's no limit to how many times you can take up this offer. You just need to buy by Mon 7 Jul and at a participating retailer via (you won't get this if you go direct to the selected stores).

MSE Steve B says:

This is great if you were planning on spending at those outlets anyway as you only need to spend a fifth of the usual sum to get your points but Nectar isn’t the most rewarding loyalty scheme so it’s probably not worth going out of your way to do this.

Nectar logoDouble your Nectar point stash value at Sainsbury's*On selected departments at larger Sainsbury's stores. Min 1,000 points


Anyone with a Nectar* card with at least 1,000 points can exchange them at larger Sainsbury's stores for a voucher worth twice the usual value until Tue 13 May. Spend the voucher on selected categories (choose the category when you exchange), but make sure you spend your voucher in one go though, as you won't get change. 

1,000 points would normally get you £5 off your shopping, but during the double-up, you'll get £10 off the categories below.

You can only use one voucher per person, per category (collect at customer services), up to a maximum of £40 (4,000 pts) per category by Tue 20 May.

What can I spend it on?

There are a fair few exclusions, but within the categories, here are some examples of what's included:

  • Tu Clothing: Womenswear, menswear, children's wear, shoes, accessories & more.
  • Electricals: Laptops, iPods, tablets, TVs, DVD players, radios, speakers, mobile phones and more.
  • Beauty: Make-up, nail care, bathing, shampoo & conditioners, beauty gift sets, skincare and more.
  • Home: Tableware, glassware, cookware, bakeware, cutlery, bathroom accessories and more.
  • Magazines: Fashion, celebrity, home, lifestyle and interest.

See the full list of included and excluded items within each category.

How good is this?

If you’ve been hoarding a stash of points, now’s a good time to spend them. As the maximum amount is £40 per category, if there's an item you've had your eye on, such as a TV, compare prices first so you're getting the best value for your points.

More info

Excludes Sainsbury's Local, convenience stores, petrol stations and online.

use the money mantras

Before spending, use Martin's Mantras. If you answer 'NO' to any, Don't buy!

Skint? ask:
  • Do I need it?
  • Can I afford it?
not skint? ask:
  • Will I use it?
  • Is it worth it?
Section 75

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There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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