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Nectar Christmas Double Up is here

Nectar and Sainsbury’s have launched their Christmas Double Up promotion.

Until 21st November you can exchange your Nectar points for Double Up vouchers.

You can exchange up to a maximum of 4000 Nectar Points which usually gets you a £20 voucher but during the Double Up promotion you will get a £40 voucher.


How do I exchange my points?

Simply choose the department you want to spend your Nectar points in and exchange your points for a voucher at the customer service desk.

You can only exchange your points in major Sainsbury’s stores. However, once exchanged, you can spend them either in-store, online and at petrol stations. You must spend your vouchers by 21st November.

No all departments are taking part in this Double Up promotion.

The following departments are included:

  • Electricals
  • Entertainment
  • Homeware
  • Seasonal
  • Taste the Difference wine, champagne, sherry and port
  • Toys
  • TU clothing

Once you’ve chosen your preferred department and exchanged your Nectar points for a voucher you cannot change your mind regarding the department.

More information can be found in the T&Cs here.

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  1. Simon Cross says

    Very constraining, inflexible and (unless you are certain that you will get value) I would not touch this.

    Nectar are dreadful value when compared to the tesco loyalty scheme – just on another very cheap day trip to France in the shuttle courtesy of tesco… way to go!!!!

    • It is the best value you can get from Nectar if you do it properly…

      First decide what you are going to buy, make sure it’s in stock, perhaps even load into trolley, then go to customer service desk to get the voucher, then immediately spend it on the items you have !

      I’m sure a lot of people cash in their points and then don’t spend the voucher in time, so Sainsbury’s aren’t losing out at all on this deal.

  2. Might grab a couple of things on this. I’ll have a scout around next time I’m in store.

  3. Will have 2000 points shortly once I have used an extra points voucher which is valid on loo paper and washing powder – stuff i don’t mind buying extra as it won’t expire and will always be used.

    So looks like £20 to spend on wine / champagne which is quite a nice return

  4. Nigel Hall says

    As discussed previously, the T’s & C’s say that there is a limit of one voucher per category. However I checked with the Customer Services at my own Sainsbury’s and they tell me that I can have as many as I want. I am not sure if they are not reading or understanding the conditions, or whether they are just turning a blind eye!

    • I have managed to get £250 worth of shopping yesterday and today, getting vouchers for clothes and entertainment on both days amongst others. Thanks to the swipe and win recently!

  5. Jackie Williams says

    Bit of a local stores do the double up..then when u get a larger store you have to go to separate area then hold up a q because the staff member has to call the headquarters because it doesn’t go thru…then when u get it and spend it..if the amount it just under they don’t know what to do…and to top it all my remaining points are 3000 minus..weird the balance should be the remaining points you have. Not -3000

  6. Surely they could make it more complicated? This looks only slightly tedious.

  7. Doubled up to £40 today to get some wine but was not allowed to get any more and didn’t have any interest in the other options.

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