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150 Nectar points available 3 times a day at Sainsbury's (min £1 purchase req.)

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Gone Off!
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  • no1catmanno1catman Forumite
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    I agree, also don't see anything about number of items per transaction - so providing it's economic with cost of fuel to get there - a newspaper should suffice - weekend ones are usually at least a pound!

    Haven't been they for several months - stopped sending me conditional spend vouchers!!
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  • SystemSystem
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    I think the 133 items on the e-mail are examples of things you have at a birthday party, Plus it would make it very awkward and annoying for the checkout colleagues.
  • SystemSystem
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    dlusman wrote: »
    Dont agree - the T&Cs make NO reference to what products are included , Only what is excluded . Why would they have a list of exclusions if you could only have one of the 133 products ?

    It has also been in just about every newspaper describing it as it is described on the MSE site.

    If there was just the 133 items which you get the extra points, then it will list all of them including size in the T&Cs
  • BacmanBacman Forumite
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    It does list the 133 items that are only available in this offer; look at the bottom of the webpage.

    Sainsburys have clearly made their offer designed to fool us - it is only for any items apart from the few in their T&C's, which is why this offer is misleading.

    https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/new---trending/150th-birthday#langId=44&storeId=10151&catalogId=10123&categoryId=431859&parent_category_rn=355372&top_category=355372&pageSize=60&orderBy=FAVOURITES_ONLY%7CSEQUENCING%7CTOP_SELLERS&searchTerm=&beginIndex=0&hideFilters=true
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    redfoxredfox Forumite, Board Guide
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    edited 24 May 2019 at 11:05AM
    I can confirm that the 150 points is on any purchase over £1 (excluding the items they mention in the Ts and Cs obviously). Not just a selected few items as has been suggested on the thread.

    I have been to Sains this morning and have done transactions and been given 150 bonus points so this is the definitive answer to the queries :-)
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  • BacmanBacman Forumite
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    Yes, you appear to be right, well done.


    I bought a stack of wine on their 25% off offer and got the points and also did a shop instore and yes, got it then too on other items.


    The issue is clearly whomever did this offer at Sainsburys didn't proof read it. The fact that people read their offer in a different way means it was ambiguous and it should not have been; the fault is not with the reader but with the composer.
  • edited 24 May 2019 at 5:51PM
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    edited 24 May 2019 at 5:51PM
    maman wrote: »
    Not sure if we're on the same lines but one positive of Sainsbury's is that their money off vouchers include wine :Dwhereas Tesco's don't.:(


    I plan to take advantage but it would be wasteful on my time and fuel to go back and forth. I plan to make one visit and pay three times (at different checkouts if necessary) IYSWIM. I'll try to do that each day if I can.

    It works at the Sainsburys Local as well, so you don't need to go to the big supermarket. I've done this 3 x today and got the points.:j

    NB Just received the email from Sain, detailing the offer, at 4.41pm today. Not really that helpful...
  • mamanmaman Forumite
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    Sorry if this is a dumb question but how do you know if you have had the points allocated?:o

    I can't believe they've got the 25% off wine and my favourite Sauvignon Blanc on offer and this deal all at the same time. Happy Birthday Sainsburys. :beer::D
  • General_GrantGeneral_Grant Forumite
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    maman wrote: »
    Sorry if this is a dumb question but how do you know if you have had the points allocated?:o

    I can't believe they've got the 25% off wine and my favourite Sauvignon Blanc on offer and this deal all at the same time. Happy Birthday Sainsburys. :beer::D

    The extra points have their own line on the Nectar statement on your till receipt.
  • mamanmaman Forumite
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    The extra points have their own line on the Nectar statement on your till receipt.

    So they do! Thanks. :)
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