New research from Nectar has revealed the nation’s shopping habits, finding that the tradition of the weekly shop still reigns, as the majority (74%) of Brits still do one big shop per week.
Brits are streamlining their excess baggage in a bid to achieve a lighter lifestyle, with a 50% drop in people taking a bag out with them – and a quarter of the population now trying to carry less wherever they go.
Nectar and British Airways have today announced a new partnership, giving customers the opportunity to convert Nectar points into Avios and plan for some truly incredible travel memories.
Sainsbury’s reveals the top taste trends that swept the nation in 2020 as well as what food we favoured in a year like no other. Using data from 18 million Nectar customers, we can see just how the different regions
Sainsbury’s to reward bonus Nectar points to customers who buy more fruit and veg in month-long challenge
From today, Sainsbury’s customers can make their Nectar points balance go further by stocking up on fruit and vegetables, with a brand-new tracker available on the Nectar app and website for a limited time.
Younger shoppers show stronger emotional involvement with self-checkout than older consumers, Sainsbury’s study reveals
Younger shoppers show a stronger emotional involvement with self-checkout technology than older consumers and it boosts satisfaction for them as a result, a new study in Sainsbury’s stores has revealed. The project, led by Dr Nadia Olivero from the Centre
Increasingly savvy British consumers looking to find the best deals generated £14bn in sales via price comparison, voucher, cashback, loyalty and product review websites in 2013 – 15% more than in 2012 – according to the second annual Online Performance
UK shoppers have the highest emotional connection with Tesco, new research into consumer loyalty programmes reveals. The study by SAS, a leader in business analytics, and retail analyst house, Conlumino, found those retailers which have invested in customer loyalty programmes, such as Tesco, Boots UK, Marks &
Over two thirds of British shoppers (70%) say holding a loyalty card makes them feel more faithful to a particular brand. The figures, researched by leading plastic card manufacturer, Plastic Card Services, also show supermarkets rank the most highly for
Outstanding achievement in the loyalty industry have been recognised at the second annual holding of The Loyalty Awards that took place on the 11 June 2013. Held in the prestigious Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Mayfair and hosted by comedian
Sainsbury’s has secured its highest market share for a decade following 33 consecutive quarters of like-for-like sales growth. Announcing preliminary results for the 52 weeks to 16 March 2013, Sainsbury’s said it had outperformed the market, lifting its share to
Jon Worley, director of customer interactions at payment solutions specialist, The Logic Group, predicts the key retail technology trends for 2013 2012 has been a tough year for the high street, with retailers struggling to drive sales and many high street
A small minority of suppliers have really got the online channel right but it represents a huge opportunity, according to Jon Rudoe, director of online at Sainsbury’s. Speaking at the IGD’s Trading in a Digital World event, Rudoe said Sainsbury’s
Nectar card holders can now collect points when they shop on eBay, as a result of a new partnership between the UK’s leading loyalty programme and largest online marketplace. According to the two companies, the move will benefit millions of consumers
Top names in the loyalty business from Europe and the Middle East have celebrated the inaugural Loyalty Awards and set the benchmark for best practice. Subway won the Best Loyalty Programme of the Year – Retail: Food for its Subcard 2011