»

Boost your Nectar Points Discussion Area

New Post Advanced Search

Welcome to the new MSE Forum!

If you were registered on the old Forum BEFORE 6th February 2020, you will need to reset your password (here) before you are able to log in. When you've reset your password, you can close this message with the 'X' in the top-right corner to make it disappear. If you need any help getting started, click here.

Boost your Nectar Points Discussion Area

edited 14 June 2010 at 9:44AM in Shop but don't drop
612 replies 381.1K views
Former_MSE_AndreaFormer_MSE_Andrea Forum Manager
9.6K posts
Former MSE
I've helped Parliament Rampant Recycler Savvy Shopper! Stoptober Survivor
✭✭✭✭
edited 14 June 2010 at 9:44AM in Shop but don't drop

This thread is specifically to discuss ways to boost collecting and using your Nectar Points as discussed in the

Loyalty Cards Article

You can also join in a Loyalty Card article discussion plus discussions about boosting your Tesco Clubcard points , Boots Advantage Card points, and Airmiles.

To discuss or ask a question about the article: click reply
Could you do with a Money Makeover?


Follow MSE on other Social Media:
MSE Facebook, MSE Twitter, MSE Deals Facebook, MSE Deals Twitter, Forum Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest
Join the MSE Forum
Get the Free MoneySavingExpert Money Tips E-mail
Report inappropriate posts: click the report button
Point out a rate/product change
Flag a news story: [email protected]
«13456762

Replies

  • AmysAmys
    919 posts
    Forumite
    I've been Money Tipped!
    If you are going to buy anything from Amazon, until the end of this month they have a triple points offer.
  • greytrootgreytroot
    619 posts
    Forumite
    BP petrol stations usually have some double/teble point offers.
    You cant take the trousers off an elephant!
  • Make sure you've opted to receive the nectar on-line newsletter - apparently I had said I didn't want to subscribe when I joined and they sent me an e-mail recently saying I was missing out on Bonus Points notification. Joined there and then !!!
    . FEB GC £255.82£240 :mad::mad::mad:
    MAR GC 230.46/ £240 :T:T
    APRIL GC 237.84/ £230 :(:(:(
    MAY GC £296.10/£ 270 (5 week month !):mad:
  • hilary1hilary1
    1.4K posts
    Forumite
    I've had two lots of extra points vouchers since I got the Ford points so obviously they will send mor eoffers the more you use your card, as I didnt even get a statement prior to that.
    The curve that can set a lot of things straight is a smile
  • RolandRoland
    62 posts
    Forumite
    greytroot wrote:
    BP petrol stations usually have some double/teble point offers.

    Outside of the special offer periods, fill up at Sainsburys.

    BP give one point per litre, but Sainsburys give 2 points per £1 spent. At current petrol prices that's almost double the amount of points at Sainsburys.
  • i also got 10000 points for getting an amex card. i don't know if the bonus points are still being given out. sign up to ebookers mailing list and get free points.
    You cant take the trousers off an elephant!
  • SystemSystem
    177.6K posts
    50000 Posts
    ✭✭✭✭✭✭
    Roland wrote:
    Outside of the special offer periods, fill up at Sainsburys.

    BP give one point per litre, but Sainsburys give 2 points per £1 spent. At current petrol prices that's almost double the amount of points at Sainsburys.

    Thanks for letting me know this.

    I thought that sainsburys paid out the same as BP. I have been filling my car up to the litre instead of the pound, now I know to do the opposite at sainsburys.
  • You can now earn nectar points at the AA see

    http://www.nectar.com/earnpoints/theaa.nectar



    Collect 2 points per £1 spent on the purchase of all AA personal membership products including European Breakdown Cover & Breakdown Repair Cover and all upgrades and renewals of such cover. Any bonus point incentives can only be awarded on the production of the relevant promotion code. Simply provide your Nectar card number to the AA and you will earn points on all subsequent valid payments. Points will be awarded on the amount of any payments towards your AA personal membership products within 28 days of making such payments. Points are not available on any other AA personal membership products including without limitation AA car, home or travel insurance, AA car data check, AA driving school or any AA financial services (including loans, savings and credit cards).

    Only AA personal members will be entitled to receive Nectar points in respect of their purchase (including upgrades) or renewal of AA Membership. Additionally, only one customer per membership contract can receive Nectar points in relation to their purchase or renewal transaction. Nectar points will only be allocated to the individual providing payment for the membership purchase or renewal and not to other named parties covered under the membership contract.


    I rang the AA and they advised me that this has only started in the last few weeks
    I want to...........?
  • If filling up at sainsburys do it on your Sainsburys credit card too... can get extra points for that... (providing you pay off at the end of the month... wouldnt want to get into debt now would we ;) )

    Also make sure when buying anything from ebay that you do it through the Nectar estores link and get points there... They also have regular double & triple point offers for the estores... keep an eye on the mailings

    http://www.nectar.com/dynamic/estores/retailer/ebay

    52935 points and saving for a flight to Chicago!
  • WF3WF3
    63 posts
    Forumite
    sign up for dual fuel with seeboard energy and collect nectar points as you go

    link https://www.edfenergy.com/nectarforhome/edf-energy/showPage.do?name=welcome1.til
Sign In or Register to comment.

Quick links

Essential Money | Who & Where are you? | Work & Benefits | Household and travel | Shopping & Freebies | About MSE | The MoneySavers Arms