Deal of the week: Save 10p per litre of fuel at Tesco

27 October 2017

Shoppers can save 10p off per litre of fuel at Tesco when they spend £60 or more on their groceries.

What’s the deal exactly?

Spend £60 or more in a Tesco shop – excluding Tesco Express - or on its online grocery website and you’ll receive a voucher for 10p off a litre of fuel at one of the supermarket’s petrol stations.

The offer runs until Sunday 5 November 2017, with the vouchers being valid for two weeks after the £60 transaction. The discount can be applied to all fuel - both diesel and petrol. 

There are some restrictions on what products count towards the £60, which are outlined below.

Why should I care?

Tesco says it has launched this offer to protect its customers against rising fuel costs.

High petrol prices have been one of the contributing factors behind the UK’s rapidly rising rate of inflation.

What’s the catch?

There are a few restrictions to this offer which customers should be aware of. The offer excludes purchases in Tesco Express and at any café and tobacco kiosks, plus fuel, lottery products, gift cards, e-top ups, opticians, phone store, savings stamps, postage stamps, prescription medicines, infant milk formulae, Tesco Direct, wine by the case, Tesco Bank, and travel money.

You can redeem the voucher at any of Tesco’s 500 petrol stations in the UK.

It cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

What other options do I have?

Even with the offer there may still be cheaper petrol stations in your area. Use a comparison tool, such as Confused or PetrolPrices to find the best deals near you.     

Where can I find out more?

Full details are available on Tesco’s website.


In reply to by anonymous_stub (not verified)

why is a fuel voucher from tesco extra not accepted at a tesco express petrol station

In reply to by anonymous_stub (not verified)

I should be thankful, I suppose, however my local Tesco Extra in. Bournemouth is refurbishing its petrol station and it is closed until 22nd November (after the vouchers expire!). I could go to my nearest available Tescos to refuel, which would involve a 12 mile round trip, so is it worth the effort!

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