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Nectar and Sky Store announce partnership

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Written by: Emma Lunn
11/09/2019
Nectar cardholders can now use points to rent or buy boxsets and movies from the Sky Store.

Sky Store has joined Nectar as its latest partner, with Nectar cardholders not needing a Sky TV subscription to make purchases on Sky Store.

Customers can redeem as few as 1,000 points against the latest movies and boxsets available to rent or purchase from Sky.

Customers can swap Nectar points for a Sky Store voucher via the website or Nectar app to access movies and boxsets. Movie fans can watch the latest releases at home, on the go on a smartphone or tablet, or via a DVD or Blu-ray sent to their home.

The following vouchers are available:

  • £5.99 for 1,000 points
  • £7.99 for 1,400 points
  • £9.99 for 1,750 points
  • £11.99 for 2,100 points
  • £13.99 for 2,450 points
  • £15.99 for 2,800 points

James Moir, managing director of Nectar, said: “We’re thrilled to be welcoming Sky Store on board as our latest partner, giving our customers new ways to spend their points with Nectar. As the longer nights draw in, customers can now turn their points into money off the latest movies, classic films and box sets, bringing the cinema experience to their home.”

After you trade in points for a Sky voucher, the code provided to you by Nectar will need to be redeemed at www.skystore.com to credit your account with the amount stated.

Sky Store vouchers can be redeemed on the Sky Store website or the Sky Store app on a compatible Roku box. To redeem a Sky Store voucher you must have a SkyiD and have accepted the Sky Store terms and conditions.

The voucher can then be spent on either the Sky Store website or on the Sky Store app on a Roku box or an Android device. All content can be viewed on your PC/Mac, Android/iOS using the Sky Store app, NOW TV box, Roku Player or on a compatible LG Smart TV.

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