New Sainsbury's Life Insurance Customers Rewarded with Double Nectar Points for Two Years.

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Customers could benefit from the equivalent of up to 2% off their Sainsbury's shopping for two years when they use their Nectar card(1).

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The peace of mind that comes with knowing that you've protected your family financially is invaluable.

New Sainsbury’s Life Insurance customers will benefit from double Nectar points on all Sainsbury's shopping in-store, online and in petrol filling stations for two years. When using their Nectar card in-store at the till customers could benefit from the equivalent of up to 2% off their Sainsbury's purchases(1).

New customers, with a Nectar card, purchasing Sainsbury's Life Insurance(2) will benefit from the new rewards offer. For example, those spending £49 a week in-store at Sainsbury’s could, over a year, earn Nectar points equivalent to the value of a week's free shopping(3).

Helen Williams, Head of Sainsbury's Life Insurance said: “We are continually looking to reward our customers so we are delighted to extend our Double Nectar points offer to our Life Insurance customers. The peace of mind that comes with knowing that you've protected your family financially is invaluable so we'd encourage anyone who either doesn't already have life insurance, or whose circumstances may have changed, to consider their own life cover."

Customers can contact Sainsbury’s Life Insurance for a quote or further information on 0800 027 7166 (calls may be monitored and recorded). Further information is also available at or in store at Sainsbury’s. Sainsbury’s Life Insurance does not offer financial advice.

Notes to editors:
(1)    Terms and conditions apply, see for full details. Points are not available on a limited range of Sainsbury's goods and services - see in-store or for details.

(2)    Offer only available to customers who take out a new Sainsbury's Life Insurance policy, excluding Sainsbury's Over 50s Fixed Life Insurance Plan. You must continue to pay policy premiums for 2 years to continue earning double points. If the policy is cancelled, double points will cease from the cancellation date. Only the first Life Insurance policy registered against each Nectar account will qualify for double points. You may qualify for additional points by taking out other qualifying products. For full terms and conditions please see for full details.

(3)    Week's free shopping earned by combining base points earned in-store/online and offer bonus points for 2 years when you collect double Nectar points with selected finance products. For example, £49 per weekly spend over a year earned 10,912 Nectar points = £50 approx to redeem in-store. Bonus Nectar points subject to a monthly maximum of 2,500 points per qualifying product type per month.

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Sainsbury's was the first major British supermarket to open a bank, commencing trading in February 1997. Benefiting from a fantastic, trusted brand that enables us to combine the shopping experience with personal finance, Sainsbury's Finance provides a range of quality products including insurances, credit cards, savings and loans. Our proposition is to make shopping more rewarding by offering customers great products at fair prices, while consistently rewarding shoppers for their loyalty and being easy to do business with at all times. Our products consistently top Best Buy tables and regularly win awards for quality, price and service.

Sainsbury's Finance recent awards include Best Overall Online Provider, Best Online Pet Insurance Provider, Best Online Personal Loan Provider and Best Direct Home Insurance Provider at the Your Money Awards 2011.

Sainsbury's Finance is a joint venture between J.Sainsbury plc and Lloyds Banking Group.

For further information and general Sainsbury's Finance enquiries customers can call the freephone number on 0500 40 50 60 or visit


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