This article aims to help you understand the Nectar points reward scheme, and the benefits of collecting them.
About Nectar Loyalty Card
What is Nectar?
Nectar is a loyalty card scheme which comprises a number of partner companies including Sainsbury's and BP.
Cardholders receive points on purchases made at participating retailers, both instore and online, with a general rate of £1 to 1 point. Points for fuel at BP and Sainsbury's are awarded for each litre purchased. Additonal points can be gained from purchasing certain products and during special promotions. There are a number of other online retailers that award points with purchases made through their websites, accessed through the main Nectar website.
A number of retailers allow cardholders to make a points redemption in store, for money off their shopping, including at Sainsbury's and Argos. Points can also be redeemed with a number of partners with e-vouchers, including Eurostar, Pizza Express, eBay, and Expedia. Nectar points do not normally expire - meaning it is possible for cardholders to save points to redeem against purchases such as holidays.
Where to Collect Points
Nectar points can be collected by spending money in the following places.
- The Hut Group
- The AA
- Virgin Trains
- American Express (co-branded credit card)
by using our Amazon link.