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My ID/Shared log in


Sainsbury’s Groceries now uses My ID to make accessing your account easier.

If you have a Nectar account, My ID means you can now log in to Nectar using the same email and password you use to access Sainsbury’s Groceries.

Using My ID also means that if you update your password in Sainsbury’s Groceries, your password will automatically update for your Nectar account.


Linked passwords
If you have a Nectar account, your account is now linked to your Sainsbury’s Groceries account so you only have to remember one password. Improved registration You can also use your Sainsbury’s Groceries login details to quickly register for Nectar if you don’t already have an account.
Security you can trust
We’ll be rolling out our industry-leading technology, so you can be sure your information will always be safe.
No, My ID doesn’t affect your Nectar card. There are no changes in how you collect and redeem your points, and there’s no need to get a new Nectar card.
No, Nectar cards will not be synced as only login details are shared. The Nectar card linked to your Nectar app and website will remain separate from the one you use for Sainsbury’s Groceries.
Yes, in line with data protection regulations, we’re committed to not misusing your personal data.
A verification code, also known as two-factor authentication (2FA) or 2-step verification, is a security layer in addition to your username and password. Nectar uses verification codes to keep your points safe, when making changes to your account or redeeming points online.
To keep your points safe, the code we send you only works for a few minutes. If it's not accepted, just request a new one through the website and enter it straightaway.
When we prompt you, you’ll be able to set the same new password for both.
Yes, using My ID means that if you update your password on your Nectar account, it will automatically change on Sainsbury’s and vice versa.
No, our My ID service uses secure encryption.


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