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Collect up to 10,000 bonus Nectar points (6,250 Avios) with Sainsbury’s Energy

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Now that Nectar points convert into Avios, it is worth taking a closer look at Nectar partners which offer good opportunities for picking up extra points. One of these is Sainsbury’s Energy.

Sainsbury’s Energy is currently offering a strong Nectar points bonus if you move both your gas and electricity supply over to their 2 year Fix & Reward tariff. You will collect 10,000 bonus Nectar points1 if you switch both electricity and gas, or 5,000 bonus Nectar points1 for just a single fuel.

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This is the biggest bonus that Sainsbury’s Energy has offered for some time, which is excellent timing given the new British Airways partnership. It is only available until 18th March.

The sign-up bonus of 10,000 Nectar points would convert to 6,250 Avios.

If you are a regular Sainsbury’s shopper, you will get even more Nectar points on your groceries. This is potentially worth another 7,000 points per year on top2!

Collecting Nectar points with Sainsbury’s Energy

If you move both your gas and electricity over to Sainsbury’s Energy at the moment, you’ll get 10,000 bonus Nectar points for joining on their 2-Year Fix & Reward tariff1. This means £50-worth of Nectar points just for switching, or 6,250 Avios.

Whilst the bonus is attractive on its own, there is an interesting extra benefit too for Sainsbury’s shoppers.

As a Sainsbury’s shopper, you’ll get triple Nectar points on your shopping for the duration of your tariff2.  Nectar members usually receive 1 point per £1 spent in-store at Sainsbury’s, but as a Sainsbury’s Energy customer, you’ll get an additional two points per £1 on top.

(Triple points is for dual fuel customers.  If you move only your electricity or gas across, you receive double Nectar points at Sainsbury’s.)

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How do the bonus in-store points work?

There is a limit on the bonus Nectar points you can receive in-store from Sainsbury’s Energy.  You can collect a maximum of 3,500 points on Sainsbury’s shopping per fuel each year2.

Dual fuel customers are therefore capped at 7,000 bonus points per year – that’s £35 worth of Nectar points or 4,375 Avios.

You would need to spend £3,500 per year in Sainsbury’s to hit the cap, so it won’t be a problem for most.

Which tariffs qualify for bonus Nectar points?

The 10,000 bonus points1 are only available when you sign up to the Sainsbury’s Energy 2-Year Fix & Reward tariff for both gas and electricity.

You’ll collect 5,000 point bonus1 for switching a single fuel to the 2-Year Fix & Reward tariff.

All Sainsbury’s Energy tariffs come with 100% renewable electricity3. Sainsbury’s Energy is rated ‘Great’ on Trustpilot4 and is a Which? top ten provider with UK based call centres.

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How to sign up

Use this link to visit the correct Sainsbury’s page. All you need to do is provide a few details about yourself and your current energy supplier and Sainsbury’s Energy will take it from there.

If you’re not a Nectar member already, you can sign up here.

For full T&Cs check the Sainsbury’s Energy website.

Conclusion

If you are currently looking to change your energy provider, this offer is worth adding to your short list as long as the quote you get is attractive. The link to the Sainsbury’s Energy offer page is here.

It makes even more sense if you are a Sainsbury’s shopper. The double or triple points bonus will get you even more Nectar points, week in and week out, for as long as you remain a Sainsbury’s Energy customer.

The offer ends on 18th March.

Terms and Conditions:

1 5,000 bonus Nectar points per fuel when you sign up for Sainsbury’s 2 year Fix and Reward – offer valid from 1st February 2021 to 18th March 2021. Or 2,000 Nectar points per fuel when you sign up for Sainsbury’s Energy 1 year Fix and Reward. Offer only available for new customers switching to Sainsbury’s Energy. Offer requires a residential energy contract for gas and / or electricity on Sainsbury’s Energy Fix and Reward. Energy bills are calculated based on unit price plus your consumption. You will be eligible to receive your Nectar points once you are on supply on Sainsbury’s Energy Fix and Reward. You will stop collecting points if you choose to leave Sainsbury’s Energy. You need to tell us your Nectar card number when you apply. It can take up to 30 days from your Supply Start Date to receive your points. You will need to link your Nectar card number before the 9th month of the tariff or you may lose the right to claim your additional Nectar points while being on Sainsbury’s Energy Fix and Reward. Nectar 360 Ltd award the points from this offer. No cash alternative is available. Sainsbury’s Energy reserves the right to alter, cancel or withdraw this offer and/or tariff without notice.

2 Dual fuel customers receive 2 additional points for each pound spent in Sainsbury’s stores (triple points), 1 additional point if you are a single fuel customer (double points), up to a maximum of 3,500 points per fuel per annum. You will only be eligible to receive these additional Nectar points whilst you are on supply on Sainsbury’s Energy Fix & Reward.

3 There are no environmental benefits to this tariff.

4 Trustpilot rating correct at time of article production 17/02/2021

Sainsbury’s Energy is a trading name used under licence by PS Energy UK Limited, (Registered No. 09850654) registered in England & Wales. Registered Office: Windmill Hill Business Park, Whitehall Way, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN5 6PB. PS Energy is a wholly owned subsidiary of Npower Limited (Registered No. 3653277) Registered Office: Windmill Hill Business Park, Whitehall Way, Wiltshire, Swindon, SN5 6PB.

Comments (47)

  • Brian Stevens says:

    I am with Eon and I think they are somehow connected to Salisbury’s energy, as once I put in that I will Eon it won’t let me switch.

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