Fancy updating your iPod and your Nectar points balance? Then have a look at this MP3 offer at Sainsbury’s:
Currently you can pick up between 50 and 500 bonus Nectar points with selected MP3 compilations.
In the light of current events your player should have the Very Best Of Eurovision Song Contest – A 60th Anniversary on it. I remember the days when Eurovision was a big thing. As a kid you were allowed to stay up late and watch the European countries compete against each other by dressing up in weird clothes and singing mostly annoying songs. [My 8-year old did stay up last night to watch it! Rob]
However there were always a few good songs and they’ve been put on this MP3 compilation. At Sainsbury’s it costs £7.99 (Amazon is selling the compilation for £8.99) and you get 200 bonus points.
Or how about 100 Hits Pure 80s for the next BBQ or house party? This compilation costs £6.99 and also comes with 200 bonus points. Over at Amazon this MP3 compilation costs £8.89.
For the gym bunnys and 5k runners The Playlist – Running 2016 for just £4.49 could be the right buy. This compilation comes with 50 bonus points and again Amazon is a bit more expensive (£5.99).
You can also redeem Nectar points to buy these MP3 albums. But, as you only get the standard 0.5p per point, it might be better to pay with money and then use the collected Nectar points for something else. Recently there have been for example some decent redemption deals with Cafe Nero and eBay.
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