Get more for your points with Sainsbury's Nectar double up

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Your Nectar points will be worth twice as much when you exchange them for Double Up vouchers in the Nectar Rewards scheme this Easter

Seven departments are included in the offer, which runs from 18th-31st March, including eBooks by Sainsbury's:

- Tu Clothing
- Electricals
- Entertainment
- Homeware
- Toys and Baby
- eBooks by Sainsbury's (online redemptions only)

Check the Sainsbury's Double Up site to find a full list of what is and isn't included within the departments.

How it works
Get in on the Double Up deal by following three simple steps:

1. Choose the department you'd like to spend you Nectar points in.

2. Head over to the Customer Service Desk or designated till in-store and exchange your Nectar points for a £10, £20 £30 or £40 voucher. If you wish to use your voucher on eBooks, grab a code from the Sainsbury's eBook site.

You can cash in 1,000 points for a £10 voucher, 2,000 points for a £20 voucher, 3,000 points for a £30 voucher and 4,000 points for a £40 voucher.

3. Make sure you spend it in the relevant department by 31st March.

Small print
You can only get one voucher per category per Nectar card, meaning that the maximum voucher you can exchange your points for is £40 in each category.

The items you buy have to be in the department printed on your voucher, so choose carefully when deciding what department to go for.

You have to spend the minimum of what's on your voucher. For example, if you have a £10 voucher for Tu clothing, you can't just buy an £8 t-shirt as your purchase has to be at least a tenner.

Double Up isn't available at Groceries Online, Sainsbury's Locals, Sainsbury's Ilford or petrol stations.

Get the full list of participating stores here.

Get more Nectar points
There are all sorts of ways to boost how many Nectar points you have, from picking the right credit card to shopping at eBay. Read How to boost your Nectar points for more.
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