6,000 Nectar points with Pet, Car and Home Insurance

Sainsbury’s Bank is currently offering a number of insurances with bonus Nectar points. Unlike previous promotion this one seems to not be targeted (but please do let us know if it is).

Until 31st August you will get 6,000 Nectar points with a Pet, Car or Home Insurance.

Nectar insurance

Simply add your Nectar card number when buying your policy.

Points will be added to your account within 60 days which means if you aren’t happy with your policy and cancel after two months you should still receive the 6,000 bonus Nectar points

You can find out more about the different policies and get a quote here.

Special Nectar offers with insurances

In addition to giving Nectar members money off their insurance, Sainsbury’s also offers double Nectar points on your Sainsbury’s shop and fuel for two years with any insurance.

If you take out more than one, you will get even more.

2 x Nectar points with one insurance

3 x Nectar points with two insurances

4 x Nectar points with three insurances

and so on

Note that if you cancel your insurance before the two years are up the double Nectar points will stop.

You can find out more about the different policies and get a quote here.


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  1. Off topic but does anyone know of any ITunes discounts, they seem to be very few and far between these days!

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