After Tesco, Sainsbury’s is the largest chain of supermarkets in the UK. It was 1997 when the first bank operated by a supermarket was open and Sainsbury’s was the first major UK supermarket who came up with this idea. It was a joint venture between J Sainsbury plc and the Bank of Scotland, which later was acquired by the Lloyds Banking Group. Car, life, home, pet and travel insurance as well as health cover, loans, credit cards and saving accounts are some examples of the services offered.
Sainsbury’s range of Nectar cards are often judged as the best for their joint 0% balance transfer/purchase and low rate. The cards are especially tailored for Sainsbury’s shoppers, since they allow you to earn Nectar points that you can then use at any Sainsbury’s store or Nectar partner shop.
With Sainsbury’s Bank Dual Offer Mastercard you earn 2 Nectar points for every £1 you spend at Sainsbury’s or if you stop at a Sainsbury’s gas station. Otherwise you’ll get 1 Nectar point for every £5 you spend elsewhere. With Sainsbury’s Bank 42 Month Balance Transfer Mastercard you earn 2 Nectar points for every £1 you spend at Sainsbury’s or if you stop at a Sainsbury’s gas station. Otherwise you’ll get 1 Nectar point for every £5 you spend elsewhere. This is your chance to earn more Nectar points! Use Billhop to pay your bills and invoices online by credit card and you’ll get many more bonus points!
It's easy to get started with Billhop. A quick registration and you're all set to start paying bills and invoices with your credit card.
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