There are numerous rewards schemes in the world. Some are based on saving schemes and some based on specific numbers. So likewise, in the United Kingdom a special type of reward scheme is established by the Dailymail newspaper and termed as daily mail rewards.
This reward scheme is based on nectar points. These nectar points can be earned through nectar numbers which are printed on the back page of newspapers. This is 12 digits long code but including the newspaper itself it becomes 15 digits, you just have to put it in your My Mail account online only first 12 digits.
This code is valid for some days, if you do not use these codes those will expire after the valid date. Mymail rewards is actually a daily mail club which is partnered with sainsbury’s nectar scheme. Daily mail reward is hosted and run through Mymail. Collecting the myMail reward club points is simply as we collect stickers for a free coffee or tea from a specific restaurant.
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If someone is punctual in buying a Daily mail newspaper then he can collect a huge amount of points. In a week including Mail on sunday, someone can collect 80 nectar points. If you are willing to earn this reward scheme, then you also have to sign up for Nectar and you need to do Nectar Card Login.
If you are collecting your nectar points for a period of time you can redeem your nectar points. When you reach 1000 nectar points you will be able to redeem that nectar points just by clicking on “redeem”. Your 5 euros Mail shop e-voucher will be emailed to you within a day after redemption.
If you want to access your Mail shop then you can access through your electronic voucher. The Nectar points themselves are worth about sixty pennies per week of collecting but sainsbury’s offer double up points. It is totally free of cost service.