Want to know how to check your Nectar Points balance?
Whether you’re simply curious to know how many points you have, or if you’ve saved enough Nectar points for the purchase you’re looking to make.
Here are the steps you need to follow;
On A Till Receipt – When Scanning Your Nectar Card
When you purchase goods using your Nectar card you’ll be able to see the Nectar points balance on the till receipt.
The most popular store to accept the Nectar card is Sainsbury’s (either a Sainsbury’s local or supermarket is fine) or Argos.
Not only will your receipt show you your Nectar card balance, but it will also show you information such as;
- Opening balance
- Points earned from shop
- Closing balance
This way you’ll be able to check that any additional points from vouchers etc. have been added to your Nectar card alongside your overall balance.
On The Nectar Website
If you don’t fancy going out to a local store then you can check your Nectar balance at home on the Nectar website.
Simply login to your Nectar account (or create an account using your card information)
From there you’ll be able to check your Nectar points balance on the dashboard of your account.
Here you’ll also be able to see a full transaction history and a full statement in a PDF format which will include details such as; how many points you from a transaction, where the transaction was made, the date the transaction was made.
Your online balance takes up to 72 hours to update, so if you’ve made a recent purchase but don’t see it on the transaction history or Nectar points balance don’t panic!
On The Nectar Mobile App
Finally, you can also monitor your Nectar balance using the newly re-designed Nectar mobile application available on Apple and Android.
This is a great way to check your Nectar points balance on the go!
Much like the Nectar website, you’ll be able to see here your transaction history including the number of points you earned from specific transactions.
Alongside this you can also opt into specific offers for additional Nectar points – these are often both global and tailored to your specific spending habits.