Morrisons is today announcing a 5p-a-litre off the cost of fuel to help make diesel and unleaded more affordable.
Morrisons is making the cuts to help summer motorists in the run-up to the August Bank Holiday and the return of the school run.
Ashley Myers, Head of Fuel for Morrisons, said: “With the bank holiday and kids returning to school soon, this deal will help motorists save when they fill up.”
The deal will be available to customers who spend £40 in Morrisons stores (not Morrisons.com) until 25th August. Customers will receive a voucher that will allow them to pay the lower price until 1st September. (Terms and conditions apply)
Sainsbury’s customers can save 10p per litre on fuel when they spend £60 or more on groceries at a Sainsbury’s supermarket or online between Thursday 22nd and Tuesday 27th August 2019 (exclusions and terms and conditions apply).
Qualifying customers will receive a coupon at the checkout or when they receive their online groceries order and will have 14 days to redeem the offer at one of 306 Sainsbury’s forecourts (not valid at Pay@Pump). The discount can be used to fill up on unleaded petrol, super unleaded petrol, diesel or LPG up to a maximum of 100 litres.
As usual, customers will also be able to collect Nectar points every time they fill-up, with one point awarded for every litre purchased.
David Pegg, Fuel Buying Manager at Sainsbury’s, said: “To celebrate the August Bank Holiday weekend we’re offering customers 10p per litre off fuel when they spend £60 or more on groceries at a Sainsbury’s supermarket or online. Whatever customers have planned for the long weekend, we hope this offer will put money back in their pockets and help them enjoy the summer.”
T+C’s here: https://help.sainsburys.co.uk/help/terms-and-conditions/fuel-tcs
Tesco is a similar 10ppl offer, and more terms can be found here: https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/zone/Fuel-Promo
As always, motorists can use the new PetrolPrices.com app to find the best forecourts near them, download here
They are not giving you money off unless you spend a certain amount in the store, and then there are certain things that do not count etc alcohol tobacco vouchers etc, people with families to feed may spend the £40/£60 required but a single person won’t so they are not giving money off
Being a single person to get the benefit of the 10 ppl I would buy stuff the keeps, like tinned or frozen foods to claim the 10 ppl but then I’m a tight fisted miserable old get.
Alcohol is fine to buy in Sainsbury’s- I’ve just done it
No good for pensions either!
Did anyone notice before the offer Tesco’s petrol was £1.20.9 then 4 days in a row it rises in price by 1p per day to £124.9 then the signs went up save 10ppl when you spend £60, not really an offer when it has shot up in price before hand. Also the prices in store has risen by 10 to 25p per item and they wonder why they are in trouble
Yes it’s always the same in Port Talbot the Supermarkets hold their customers to ransom but look around Asda in Pyle lot cheaper!
Sainsbury’s haven’t done that. I look around the ones on my journey and always make a good saving
These company’s obviously think we are all Donkeys what absolute rubbish as I’ve said before the only way to sort this out is to leave the car at home and stop buying fuel for a couple of days then we will see what the government and these big fuel companies cope
Tesco were doing this last week
Only in-store for Morrisons how environmental friendly oh and 50% less off than Tesco & Sainsbury ….
Great! I’m a single person, vegetarian pensioner whose weekly grocery bill is about %40 and it’s split between Tescos and Morrisons because Morrisons obstinately refuses to stock some branded items I can only find in Tescos. Tescos isn;t as good at other things so my bill never goes above £30. These deals are clearly only for families. Or rich gits who come to Btlins and spend £!00 on booze then annoy the local residents all over the weekend.
I buy most of my fuel when I come back from a long journey and buy it in the county town on the way home where it can be up to 10% cheaper anyway. I’m always planning my trips to include fuel stops at the most advantageous places. If I run low I may buy half a tank at the cheapest local place rather than drive 30 miles for no reason.
Totally agree – plan ahead as we all know the cheapest places to get fuel in our area – I regularly travel up the M5 from Devon to Bristol and always stop off at Taunton as fuel is much cheaper there – it’s at Sainsbury’s so their 10p off voucher makes it even cheaper.
Last time any supermarket ever gave anything for free is when someone else paid for it i.e. Trolley dash!
Most offers etc are never as good as they appear to be so beware
Wouldn’t put any c**p fuel in my car anyway. Texaco,bp,shell,Esso etc only. Supermarkets should stick to selling food only and stop killing high streets by selling shoes,TVs ,toys etc. Monopolise towns then bang the prices up or sell tat.