New Nectar redemption partner: Hopster the kids learning and entertainment app

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There have been many Nectar redemption partners that left and nothing exciting has been happening for a few months.

Now, Nectar has finally added a new redemption partner and it looks like you can get quite a lot for your points: Meet Hopster.

Hopster new nectar redemption partner

Hopster is a kids learning and entertainmen app where you can be sure your kids won’t see anything inappropriate. The content is carefully chosen and there are no ads.

Content can also be accessed online which is great for flights or car rides.

A monthly subscribtion starts at £3.67 and can be cancelled anytime.

As a Nectar member you can redeem 200 Nectar points for a three months subscription. Baring in mind that 200 points will only give you £1 off your shopping in Sainsbury’s, this is a very good redemption.

However, it looks like you can only redeem one voucher code per account, which means this is a way of luring in new customers.

You can get a 7 days free trial on the Hopster website and see if you like the app before spending your Nectar points on a three months subscription.

You can redeem your Nectar points here.

The voucher is valid for three months from the day you redeem.

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Comments

  1. I saw ‘hop’ and immediately thought beer, I had to get ALL the way to the end of the sentence to find out it wasn’t about beer. Can I have a refund of the SP subscription please 😉

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