Last Updated: February 8, 2016
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Sainsburys Promotional Codes

With a proud British heritage spanning over 150 years, Sainsburys are one of the UK's oldest and best loved supermarkets, revered as much for their unbeatable offers, as their commitment to value and service. J Sainsbury plc was founded in 1869 in Holborn, London, by former dairy shop owner, John James Sainsbury. A stickler for high quality, and even higher standards of service, Sainsbury quickly developed a devout and loyal customer base, whom he rewarded with premium quality fresh produce at consistently competitive prices. Sainsbury devoted much of his life to expanding his brand, and by 1928, had amassed a small empire of 128 grocery stores around the UK. Today, that number has increased tenfold, however, the company's commitment to quality and service remains the same. Despite stiff competition from the likes of ASDA and Tesco, Sainsburys remain one of the leading supermarket retailers in the UK due to their unwavering commitment to helping families “live well for less”. From natively sourced fruit, veg and meat, to stylish clothing, home furnishings and electricals, Sainsburys retain their competitive edge over other supermarkets with consistently low prices across their product ranges. As an online customer, you'll find a host of exclusive savings across groceries, clothing and home electronics, updated weekly under the 'Great Offers' tab. Join the Nectar Card scheme, and you'll also earn points on your purchases, redeemable against everything from EasyJet flights to theme park trips. Enjoy quality for less with our voucher codes, and earn valuable Nectar Reward points too!

How to use Sainsburys Promotional Codes

  1. Get yourself to Sainsburys!

    Log on to the Sainsburys website to save money on so much more than just groceries. Sainsburys is the one stop shop for all your home and garden needs, stocking technology, entertainment and toys as well as so much more. With the Nectar Card system you can collect points on your everyday purchases and redeem them later for money off.

  2. Get shopping

    Make your way around the website using the navigation bar on the homepage. Hover over a chosen category and find more options to help refine your search. Great offers and deals will appear on the homepage so be sure to take a good look around. To order groceries to be delivered you will need to check you are in a reachable area by entering your postcode on the groceries page. Click the check postcode button and if you’re given the all clear, click the “Start Shopping” button. Once you have found an item you would like to buy add it to your basket by clicking the “Add” button that runs alongside the item. Add more items to your trolley and when you are ready to checkout click the yellow “Checkout” button in the My Trolley box on the right hand side of the page.

  3. Register your details

    You will now need to register some details with Sainsburys. Complete each field carefully and tick the box to agree to Ts&Cs. Answer any other applicable questions and then click the “Register” button. On the next page, again complete all fields carefully and click to continue.

  4. Book a Delivery Slot

    On the checkout page, below the heading “Before you checkout” there is a link to reserve a delivery slot. Click this link and pick a time for your delivery to come. The cost varies depending on the size of your basket. Once you have booked your delivery you will be taken back to the Checkout page.

  5. Grab a promotional code

    Check over the information on the Checkout page and make any adjustments you like. When you come to the box marked “E-vouchers” open a new tab or window in your browser and go to Find a code you would like to use and reveal it by clicking “view code & open site”. Copy the code when you can see it.

  6. Apply your code for a discount

    Back in the checkout page at Sainsburys paste the code you just copied into the “E-voucher” boxes and click to add the voucher.

  7. Pay and confirm your purchase

    In the box underneath the e-vouchers labeled “Payment” enter your card details. Once you are happy to place your order, enter your Sainsburys account password (the one you made up when you registered your details earlier) and click the yellow “Send Order” button. You will be forwarded to a confirmation page. Congratulations, you order is complete!

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Sainsburys Customer Reviews

The best supermarket by a mile!

I've been shopping in-store with Sainsburys for years and I was excited to order online from them the first time I did it. Having a big family it's sometimes much easier to get the food shop delivered than cart it around the car park and unpack it at the other end too. I don't think I'd shop anywhere else purely because the value for money you get from Sainsburys is not possible with any other British supermarket. I think the food is of a good quality, they stock all the well-known brands and their produce is always fresh. I was worried about shopping online because as you're not there to pick your own fruit, veg and meat from the shelves, I thought they might deliver you the cast offs that no one else wants. But that wasn't the case at all. I'm very happy with the quality of food they supply.

The only thing I would say is that they have a tendency to run a little late. Even though you pick a time slot for your delivery, I've noticed more than once that they miss this slightly. Never by long, and far from every time, but a few times they have been past the agreed time. There could be some improvement in time keeping, but other than that I'm a very happy customer.

The online shopping experience is much easier than expected!

I've been shopping online at Sainsburys for about 18 months now. Before that, our car failed it's MOT and we decided not to buy a new one. We thought we'd do our part for the environment as well as saving some much needed ££s. Of course, this meant we could only buy what we could carry on the bus and as a family with young kids that simply wasn't an easy thing to do. I decided to shop online.

The experience of shopping online with Sainsburys is flawless. The boring and tedious part is adding your details but once you've registered it really is super easy. I just log in and start shopping. Within minutes I've found what I need and then all that's left is to book a delivery slot and pay. I once had to call customer services to rearrange a delivery due to unforeseen circumstances. It was so easy and barely took anytime. It didn't incur additional costs either, which I was very surprised about. Now I'm a regular, loyal customer and I couldn't be happier. Grocery shopping goes off without a hitch and we get our food and household essentials quickly and on time. I recommend online shopping to everyone - carless like us, or not!

Shopping Tips for Sainsburys

Offers and deals for you

Free click and collect

If you’re only doing a relatively small and cheap shop with Sainsbury’s, you’re much better off choosing their free click and collect option instead of having your shopping sent to your door. This delivery method allows you to do your shopping online, select a collection window and pick up your order from the store of your choice the very same day – all without paying a penny for delivery. In order to benefit from free click and collect, you need to spend more than £20 and if you want to collect your order the same day, you need to place it before 1pm.

Free returns

Just in case you buy something and then change your mind, Sainsbury’s gives you the chance to return your unwanted items free of charge for a full refund. To get your money back, simply take the product in its original condition to any Sainsbury’s store along with proof of purchase and the credit/debit card you used to place your order within 28 days. Products which can’t be returned include: frozen and perishable foods, baby food and milk, earrings, fireworks, photo books, canvasses, acrylics, large household appliances, furniture, lottery tickets, scratch cards and gift cards.

TRY Promise

If you were adventurous enough to try something new and then quickly regretted it, you’ll be glad to hear you can get your money back thanks to Sainsbury’s TRY promise. To get a refund, return the unwanted item to your local Sainsbury’s store along with proof of purchase and the credit/debit card you used to place your order. The TRY promise is only valid for Sainsbury’s branded products and doesn’t cover: homeware, greeting cards, stationery, magazines, toys, entertainment products, electrical, baby food and milk, TU clothing, pharmacy products, flowers, fuel and products purchased from the in-store restaurants and cafes.

Loyalty programme

Nectar Card

Regular Sainsbury’s shoppers could save a fortune by signing up for a Nectar Card. You can apply for this free loyalty card by filling out the application form on the Sainsbury’s website and when your application is accepted, you’ll be able to start earning points all over the place – from Sainsbury’s, ASOS and PC World to eBay, Homebase and BP. When shopping with Sainsbury’s, you’ll earn two Nectar points for every £1 spent online or in-store, plus one point for every litre of fuel. When you’ve collected enough points, you can spend them on loads of fantastic freebies, including new gadgets, family holidays, cinema tickets and theme park days out.

Extra money saving tips

Follow Sainsbury’s online

With so many different special offers up for grabs, shopping with Sainsbury’s can be a bit overwhelming – which is why you should follow them online. The UK supermarket has active social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ where they regularly post their best promotions, such as competitions you can enter to win free Nectar points, recipe inspiration and tips on how you can make the most of your groceries at home on a budget. Each of the social media channels is updated several times each day, so check in as often as you can if you want to keep up.

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