Sainsbury’s Nectar Card new scheme – get hundreds of extra points buying these foods

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Sainsbury’s new Nectar Card initiative will give shoppers extra points for buying more fruit and vegetables. Hundreds of extra points are up for grabs.

Sainsbury’s The Great Big Fruit & Veg Challenge is launching on September 7 and will run until October 4.

The scheme will create bespoke targets for shoppers based on how much fruit and veg they already buy.

This means Britons only need buy a little more to benefit.

Points can be earned buying more of the same fruit and veg, or buy purchasing new items.

Each shopper will have their own goals on their Nectar Card app.

How many points are up for grabs?

Shoppers can earn 100 points when they buy 50 portions of fruit and vegetables.

They can earn 200 when they purchase 75 portions, and 300 points when they buy 100 portions.

Sainsbury’s head of marketing Jack Wallace said: “At Sainsbury’s, we’re all about helping make life a little easier and that includes helping our customers get more from their day-to-day purchases.

“The Great Big Fruit & Veg Challenge is personalised to each Nectar customer and rewards them for increasing the portions of fruit and veg they buy.

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“We hope our customers enjoy taking part, while getting more out of their points balance.”

Where did Sainsbury’s rank among Britain’s cheapest supermarkets? 

According to research by Which?, Aldi was the cheapest supermarket last month for a trolley load of 74 items.

Sainsbury’s came sixth after Aldi, Lidl, Asda, Tesco and Morrisons.

The most expensive two shops were at Ocado and Waitrose.

In other supermarket news, Morrisons is making a major change to UK stores this month.

Morrisons is expanding in store florists across the UK.

Customers who enjoy attractive blooms in their house will now have greater choice in many stores.

Customers who enjoy attractive blooms in their house will now have greater choice in many stores.

The chain is doubling the number of expert florists in stores to 180.

The bouquets will be created in store, freshly, made to order.

Across the UK there will be over 100 florists in Morrisons stores.

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