Martin Lewis is the Money Saving Expert who is full of expert advice and money saving tips. This week, he appeared on Good Morning Britain to tell viewers how to double-up on Nectar points. He also shared his tips on how to get £250 worth of Marks & Spencer products for just £40.
Speaking on the show, Martin told Nectar card holders how they could get the most of their Nectar points by swapping them for vouchers.
He said: “If you’ve a stash of Nectar points, now’s a good time to use them.
“Go online till 5 November, or use the Nectar app from 13 to 19 November, and you can get double the vouchers for your points – so 1,000 points will get you a £10 double up voucher instead of the usual £5.”
Martin explained cardholders will be able to claim vouchers worth twice as much if they choose to spend now.
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Although the vouchers can not be used on food, he explained Britons can treat themselves to a range of other products in Sainsbury’s.
“You can spend up to £100 in double-up vouchers in Sainsbury’s stores in any of these 11 categories – cosmetics, electricals, entertainment, fragrance, gifts, homeware, seasonal goods, skincare, Taste the Difference wines, toys and Tu clothing,” he added.
Savvy shoppers could use their vouchers towards homeware, electricals and even start stocking up on Christmas presents.
The expert shared shoppers can also stock up on cheap products by heading to Marks & Spencer.
Britons can get £250 worth of beauty products for just £40, saving them a whopping £210.
“You’ll get items from brands like Aveda, L’Occitane, Eyeko and Ren which would cost over £250 if you bought them separately from the cheapest retailers,” the expert explained.
“You will also get a voucher for 20 percent off M&S beauty to be used between 25 Dec online – or 26 Dec in stores – until 29 Feb 2020.”
The expert said: “Tesco’s launching a new Clubcard Plus subscription service on 8 November, which gives perks like discounted shopping for a monthly fee of £7.99.
“You’d also get the usual benefits of the Clubcard scheme, which won’t be changing – so you can still earn points on spending and boost them to triple their value.”
Not only would Clubcard points be worth more, members would qualify for 10 percent off two shops each more.
He said: “If you spend £80 plus over two shops every month in Tesco stores it is worth it, as your gain is the same or more than the fee – if you max it out you’ll be £32 a month up.”