- 1 Sainsburys Bank Connection Numbers
- 2 Sainsburys Bank Head Office Opening Hours
- 3 Sainsburys Bank Head Office Address
- 4 Why would I need to call the Sainsburys Bank head office contact number?
- 5 Sainsburys Bank
- 6 Sainsburys Bank Login
- 7 Sainsburys Bank Jobs
- 8 Sainsburys Bank Loan
- 9 Sainsburys Bank Credit Card
- 10 Sainsburys Bank Insurance
- 11 Popular questions about Sainsburys Bank and Sainsburys
- 12 Who underwrites Sainsburys Bank?
- 13 Sainsburys: How to use Nectar points?
- 14 About Sainsburys
Sainsburys Bank Connection Numbers
|Head Office||0844 453 0266|
|Insurance claims||0843 557 4510|
|Nectar Card Helpline||0843 557 3571|
By calling the above numbers, we can connect you to those Sainsburys Bank departments. All calls to this number cost 7 pence per minute, plus your telephone network access charge. Please note we are not associated with any of the companies listed on this website. We offer a call connection service.
Sainsburys Bank Head Office Opening Hours
Sainsburys Bank Head Office Address
|Head Office||33 Holborn, London EC1N 2HT|
Why would I need to call the Sainsburys Bank head office contact number?
- For information about interest rates on loans and credit cards.
- To make a claim on your Sainsburys bank insurance.
- To open a Sainsburys bank savings account.
- For more information about collecting Nectar points or what you can use the points for.
- To make a complaint about Sainsburys bank services.
Sainsburys Bank was the first supermarket bank to open in the UK, back in 1997. Since then, the bank has been working hard to provide a great range of financial services for customers including loans, credit cards, savings accounts, travel money and insurance. You’ll find online several introductory offers for various products as well as the chance to earn Nectar points when you use Sainsburys financial services. Nectar points are Sainsburys loyalty rewards scheme and for instance, you could earn double Nectar points on your shopping and fuel when you take out a Sainsburys Bank insurance policy.
Sainsburys Bank Login
You can register to manage your Sainsburys bank account online. To register, you will need to know your Sainsburys account number, your name/address and your credit card number. You’ll need to pick a unique username and an activation letter will be sent to you in the post. You can then use the instructions on the letter to activate your account. You’ll be able to see your account balance and more when you log in to online banking from the Sainsburys Bank website.
Sainsburys Bank Jobs
Employees of Sainsburys Bank are located across the country in Edinburgh, London, Coventry and in Sainsbury’s supermarkets. You will find vacancies in a range of sectors such as travel money, retail and risk management. Training is supported by My Sainsburys Learning, an online portal which helps you to manage your own development. All employees agree a development plan for the year with their line manager and revisit it regularly. There are also regular training sessions to help employees understand the needs of a growing bank, such as stakeholder management or managing change in the financial industry.
Sainsburys Bank Loan
A loan can be very useful whether you are planning to embark on a home improvement project, want to go on a dream holiday or just want to put all your debts in one place. You can borrow up to £40,000 over a maximum period of 84 months. You can also choose to opt into a two month payment holiday at the beginning of your loan. If you have a Nectar card, you will be able to get the best interest rates on your loan.
Once you have your loan, you may be able to top it up and pay it back over a longer period of time. You could also take out a second loan at the existing interest rate. To apply, you’ll need to be older than 18 and less than 83 when the loan is repaid. Your household income also has to be over £7,500.
Sainsburys Bank Credit Card
If you need a credit card to help manage your spending on everyday purchases or for balance transfers, a Sainsburys Bank credit card may be for you. There are three available:
- Sainsburys Bank Balance Transfer credit cards
- Sainsburys Bank Purchase credit cards
- Sainsburys Bank Low Rate credit cards
Whichever you opt for, you’ll collect Nectar points each time you spend using the card.
Sainsburys Bank Insurance
Sainsburys Insurance has a range of policies designed to suit all eventualities. You can opt for any of the following:
- Car insurance- courtesy car and uninsured driver cover as standard
- Home insurance- Combine buildings and contents or just one.
- Pet insurance- Dog, cat, multi-pet insurance.
- Travel insurance- Single/multi-trip insurance.
- Life insurance- Mortgage protection, critical illness cover, over 50s life insurance.
Insurance provided by Sainsburys Bank is underwritten by popular UK insurers such as UK Insurance Limited, Allianz Insurance and Legal & General, so you know you’re getting great cover for an affordable price.
Popular questions about Sainsburys Bank and Sainsburys
Who underwrites Sainsburys Bank?
Sainsburys Bank was originally a joint venture between Sainsburys and the Bank of Scotland, but it became fully owned by Sainsburys in 2014.
Sainsburys: How to use Nectar points?
You can pick up Nectar points at many popular brands such as Argos and Debenhams. You can then convert the points to vouchers to use at a range of locations- there’s no printing involved, just use your phone to show the offers. If you regularly shop online, you can add the Nectar toolbar extension to be reminded when you visit a website where you can earn points. You can even use Nectar points to pay for concert tickets- pay some of the ticket prices with points and top the rest up with cash. It’s easy to apply for a Nectar card- just go online to the Nectar website. You’ll also collect points when you shop and buy fuel at Sainsburys.
In 1997, Sainsburys and Bank of Scotland decided to form a joint venture to create Sainsburys Bank. It was the first supermarket bank in the UK and in 2013, Sainsburys announced they would buy out the share of the bank that was owned by Lloyds Banking Group, so by the end of January Sainsburys Bank was a fully owned subsidiary of Sainsburys Plc.
Sainsburys Bank has been authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. All of the financial products are linked to Nectar rewards.
The head office for Sainsburys Bank can be found in Edinburgh where the customer support centre is also located. In 2008, the bank had over a million active customers and has been growing constantly, especially since becoming wholly owned in 2014.
For more information about Sainsburys, call the Sainsburys Bank head office contact number.