Sainsbury’s Nectar card points are collected per pound. Five hundred are worth £2.50 at Sainsbury’s and you can spend your points in store or online. However, some changes are coming in current weeks.
Sainsbury’s Nectar Card: Changes will be implemented in weeks – check updates here
Sainsbury’s Nectar Card: The changes will be coming in the next few weeks, so look out
Sainsbury’s Nectar Card: Now Sainsbury’s shoppers can use their email address to log in instead
A spokesman for Nectar said: “We know Nectar card numbers are impossible to remember.
“So soon, you won’t have to dig out your card every time you need to log in.
“In the coming weeks we’ll start moving Nectar members to our new My ID login service. These changes will be staggered so don’t worry if you don’t see this new login for a while.
“When the change is complete, you’ll be able to log in to our website and app using your email instead of card number.
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“You will also be able to login using the same My ID details on both Nectar and Sainsbury’s Groceries, so you don’t have to remember more than one password.”
This is the just beginning of changes to make using Nectar cards easier, the spokesperson said.
“In future we will roll out more changes to making managing accounts easier, including only needing to update account details in one place,” they said.
“Don’t worry nothing else about your account changes. Your communication preferences stay the same for each account, and your data remains safe and secure.
“There are no changes in how you use Nectar with our other partners.
“If you would rather not have a shared login with our My ID service (for example if you set up an account for a relative) then please make sure you update one of your accounts to use a different email address by August 31.”
In other supermarket news, Morrisons lanyards will be introduced to help those with hidden disabilities.
The lanyards are supposed to he worn by those who cannot wear face masks inline with the government rules.
Sainsbury’s Nectar Card: Besides the login method there will currently be no other changes
Posting the update on Twitter, Morrisons stated: “This week we’re introducing the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Lanyard Scheme into stores.
“The initiative acts as a discreet sign that somebody has a hidden disability.
“If you have a hidden disability and want a lanyard, please collect one free from the customer service desk.”
However, it’s not mandatory to wear a lanyard.