Guide to MyMail Rewards in Partnership with Nectar
The MyMail Rewards Club is a loyalty scheme. It rewards customers with Nectar points for reading the Mail on Sunday and Daily Mail – online and in print. Daily Mail partnered with Nectar in August 2017 to offer customers the most generous loyalty scheme in the UK.
Today, readers can collect unique numbers placed at the back of each edition of the Mail on Sunday and the Daily Mail. They can redeem them for Nectar points while enjoying reading their favourite gossip. Besides collecting Nectar points, readers have access to exclusive offers and rewards.
How Does MyMail Rewards Club Work?
The Mail prints a unique number on the back page of every copy of the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday. To collect Nectar points, simply enter the unique number into your MyMail account each day.
Each week, you can collect up to 80 Nectar points and 250 Nectar points a month. To take advantage of all fabulous rewards and offers, link your MyMail and Nectar accounts.
How to Set Up Your MyMail Account
It’s straightforward to collect Nectar points with MyMail. Here is how to sign up and watch your balance grow. Head here, click ‘Get Started’ Enter the following details…
- A valid email address
- Date of birth
- Home address
Sign in and then link your MyMail account to your Nectar account. Watch this YouTube video to learn how to set up your MyMail account to collect Nectar points.
If you’re a Nectar member, you only need your Nectar password and card number. If you’re not a Nectar member, create your Nectar account. Enter the last 11 digits of your Nectar card number and password.
What are MyMail Unique Numbers?
The MyMail unique numbers are 12 digits printed on the back page of every Daily Mail newspaper and Mail On Sunday. These numbers have different Nectar point values. For example, unique numbers printed on Daily Mail copies from Monday to Friday have a value of 5 Nectar points each day. On Saturday, the Nectar points double in value – 10 points.
Where to Find MyMail Unique Numbers?
You need to buy an edition of the Daily Mail which costs just 70p in the week, £1 on Saturdays and £1.80 for the Sunday edition. Find the 12 digits unique number for each day on the back cover, underneath the crossword, sports news or at the bottom to collect Nectar points.
Once you collect the points, spend them on Mail Shop and My Mail. You can also spend them at one of the stores listed on the Nectar site. MyMail allows users to spend Nectar points in blocks of 500.
How to Claim Free Nectar Points With MyMail Rewards…
The Mail offers three subscription plans…
- The Digital Edition
- The Weekend Pack
- The Ultimate Pack
The Digital Edition – £1.27 per week
The Digital Edition plan provides access to the Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday newspaper on your devices. You can read the newspaper editions on your tablet, smartphone or PC, including You and Weekend Magazines. Besides reading your favourite gossip, you can find interactive puzzles, video and audio content.
The Weekend Pack – £1 per week
The Weekend Pack gives you access to The Daily Mail on Saturday, and the Mail on Sunday printed editions. This includes printed versions of the You and Weekend magazines. You’ll get exclusive rewards, including Double Nectar points on Saturday and Sunday through MyMail.
The standard monthly price for the Weekend Pack is £18.99. This plan includes unlimited access to The Mail Digital Editions on smartphone and tablet.
The Ultimate Pack – £3.09 per week
Get seven days of the Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday printed editions plus the Weekend magazine with full TV listing. As a subscriber, you’ll receive the You magazine. You will also have access to exclusive subscriber rewards, including Double Nectar points every day. Like the Weekend Pack, this offer includes unlimited access to Digital Editions on smartphone and tablet.
The monthly price for The Ultimate Pack is £26.80.
How Many Nectar Points Can I Earn With MyMail Rewards?
If you’re a subscriber of the Weekend or The Ultimate Pack, you can collect 5 Nectar points each day, from Monday to Friday. On Saturday, you can collect 10 Nectar Points, while on Sunday, 15 Nectar points. If you buy at least 5 newspapers out of 7 every week, you can collect a bonus of 30 Nectar points.
Per week, you can collect up to 80 Nectar points.
Can You Still Earn Nectar Points if You Subscribe to the Daily Mail Online?
If you’re a subscriber of The Digital Edition, there are no unique numbers. But MyMail will credit 50 Nectar points to your Nectar account by the 21st of the following month. If you collect 80 Nectar points each week for a year, you’ll have 4,160 Nectar points. When converted to money, this amounts to £20.80, where 100 points equal 50p.
What Kind of Offers and Rewards Can You Earn From MyMail?
MyMail has incredible rewards and offers. For example, you save 25% on an online cheese and wine tasting class. The retail price for the class is £39, but you can join for £29.25. If you love iconic British cars, save 75% on the best of British three-car driving experience. This offer RRP is £297, but you can redeem it for £74.25.
There are more offers and rewards. Simply head here and browse. To redeem the rewards and offers, click “Redeem Now.” You must have the required Nectar points. All these offers are usually unlocked for you automatically. Just sign in to your MyMail account and start redeeming them.
How Much Are Nectar Points Worth?
MyMail Nectar points are worth as follows…
- 1 Nectar point = 0.5p
- 2 Nectar points = 1p
- 100 Nectar points = 50p
- 200 Nectar points = £1
- 300 Nectar points = £1.50
- 500 Nectar points = £2.50
- 1000 Nectar points = £5
You can double the value of your Nectar points using the Nectar Double Up events. This event usually runs before Christmas, which is a great time to collect more Nectar points.
Are There Any Other Benefits of Joining MyMail Rewards?
With thousands of Nectar points to be earned, MyMail members can save on big brands such as Sainsbury’s, eBay, Argos, and more. MyMail also has fabulous competitions and a variety of great savings every week.
What is the MyMail Shop?
Mail Shop is a multi-vendor online marketplace created by The Daily Mail. Carefully curated with readers/customers in mind, it’s developed with Salesforce Commerce Cloud. As The Mail’s designated retail site, it connects readers with a range of products in the following categories:
- Outdoor Furniture
- Sofas and Recliners
- Beds and Mattresses
- Soft Furnishings and more
Mail Shop also allows readers to find exclusive in-paper offers on seasonal and popular items. The retailer works with suppliers who not only provide quality products but excellent customer service too. Whether you’re shopping online or over the phone, the Mail Shop promises to keep your details 100% secure.
The Mail Shop home page offers recommendations to The Mail’s chosen partner websites. Following Mail Shop’s recommendations, the partner will look after your order – from transaction to delivery.
For every £1 spent on Mail Shop, you earn 2 Nectar points. This is a win-win for you.
How to Contact MyMail Rewards?
MyMail has a FAQs page where you can find answers for the following…
- Where is my order?
- Help with Offers and Rewards
- Unique Numbers and Nectar Points
- Linking MyMail and Nectar
- Help with a technical issue and more.
You can reach the MyMail customer service from 9 AM to 6 PM, Monday to Sunday on 0330 100 0601. If you need help with Nectar offers, call 0344 811 0811. Contact the support team via email, and one of the representatives will respond within 48 hours.
If your dog chewed your paper and the unique code is missing, call the MyMail hotline, and you’ll receive a replacement code. Just make sure you have the paper, as the customer support representative will ask you questions about that day’s content.
Collecting Nectar points with MyMail is one way to boost your rewards. To collect more Nectar points, you can shop or spend at one of Nectar’s partners. Examples include Argos, Sainsbury’s, eBay, Expedia and more. To collect bonus or double your points, download the Nectar app and look out for Nectar Double Up events.