Deal of the week: get 5p off per litre of fuel at Morrisons

Published by Stephen Little on 29 March 2019.
Last updated on 29 March 2019

Fuel prices on the rise but fall expected in coming days

If you shop at Morrisons you can get 5p off a litre of petrol when you spend more than £40.

What’s the deal exactly?

Morrisons is the latest of the big supermarkets to engage in a price war at the petrol pumps.

Supermarket Morrisons is offering its customers 5p off a litre off fuel between Wednesday 27 March to Sunday 14 April.

The offer is available in-store and all you have to do is spend more than £40 to get a voucher, which can then be exchanged for a discount at one of the supermarket’s filling stations.

Why should I care?

The high price of fuel is a constant issue for motorists, so the chance to save money is worth taking.

What’s the catch?

The £40 spend excludes a number of products, including: fuel, tobacco, lottery products, Morrisons Cafe, gift vouchers and cards, infant/formula milk, cash-back, dry cleaning, fireworks, online games and instant tickets, photo printing, saver stamps, postage stamps, top-up mobile phone cards, delivery charges/pass, garden centre and pharmacy.

The 5p off per litre of fuel coupon cannot be redeemed in Texaco, BP and Esso outlets.  

What other options do I have?

Even with the offer it is wise to find out where the cheapest petrol stations are. Use a comparison tool, such as Confused or PetrolPrices to find the cheapest fuel near you.     

Where can I find out more?

Full details are available on the Morrisons’ website.

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Why are the companies that

Why are the companies that sell fuel at a price that does not reflect what is paid wholesale, passed on to the public be held accountable for their greediness to overcharge us, as 10p I must admit may not add to be a lot on a bill But times that by how many people use this company equals why they don't pass it down the chain, equivalent to sheer greed.

It's £40 or more.

It's £40 or more.

Bit of a con giving vouchers

Bit of a con giving vouchers away at my local Morrisons and my two nearest Morrisons petrol outlets are both around 28 miles from my house

Read your article and visited

Read your article and visited Morrison’s today and spent the required £40 only to be told that the offer finished on Sunday! Please get the facts right!

Does this apply to LPG?

Does this apply to LPG?