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Win 150,000 Nectar Points with Sainsbury’s Bank!

Did you know it is Sainsbury’s 150th birthday? We didn’t either, which is presumably why Sainsbury’s are making it a big deal by offering 5 chances to win 150,000 Nectar points, worth £750.


It’s fairly simple to enter. All you have to do is use one of the qualifying Sainsbury’s Bank products. That could be a loan, credit card, savings account, insurance or travel money. If you require any of those services soon, now is the time to do it!

If you don’t, there’s still an easy way for you to enter. Since there isn’t a minimum spend on Travel Money, you could theoretically exchange £1 into euros (or anything, really) and get an entry into the draw. It’s not really a loss since you could easily spend the Euro (or whatever you transfer your pound into) the next time you’re on holiday.

A few products don’t qualify – such as mortgages and Travel Money Cash Passport Home Delivery orders and online top-ups. You can see the eligible products on this special page. As always make sure you check the terms and conditions, too. If you like to use comparison sites, be careful: “No entries will be accepted via price comparison sites”.

Just make sure to enter your Nectar card number during your purchase and do so before the 31st May, which is when the competition closes.

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  1. I was confused by the requirements “All you have to do is *use* one of the qualifying Sainsbury’s Bank products.” and thought I’d need to dig out my Sainsbury’s credit card, for some transactions, but it’s apply for (I assume successfully) to qualify.

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