Large stores often offer loyalty cards. When the customer shops at the store, they are awarded a set number of points depending on how much they spend. The loyalty card stores their points, which can often be used to pay for items, converted into vouchers or provide discounts.
If you're anything like me, you love a good bargain.
Some people may not want to fill up their wallets with loyalty cards, but I sure do!
Even little savings matter, as long as you remember that
'Never choose where you shop due to loyalty schemes. Yet always use the loyalty card if you shop somewhere with one'.
The Nectar Card is the loyalty card for Sainsburys, but can also be used in a variety of other places including Ebay, Argos & Homebase. You can also use it when you shop online, in over 500 shops if you go through the Nectar website.
I think this gives the Nectar card quite an advantage.
The standard rate of points, is two per pound spent.
The points lead to alot of money on your card that you can spend on days out or shopping.
The Beautycard is the loyalty card from Superdrug. You can collect & spend points in store. The standard rate of points, is one per pound. They run various promotions in store, online & via email to collect more points. The difference between the Beautycard & Boots Advantage card is that, you can use your Superdrug points as part-payment instore.