Deal of the week: 10p off per litre of fuel at Sainsbury’s

17 July 2019

Shoppers can save 10p per litre on fuel at Sainsbury’s if they spend more than £60


What’s the deal exactly?

Sainsbury’s customers can save 10p per litre on fuel when they spend £60 or more on groceries at a Sainsbury’s supermarket.

The offer runs from Thursday 18 July until Tuesday 23 July, with coupons valid for 14 days after the transaction.

Qualifying customers will receive a coupon at the checkout which they can redeem at one of 306 Sainsbury’s forecourts.

The discount can be used to fill up on unleaded petrol, super unleaded petrol, diesel or LPG up to a maximum of 100 litres.

Why should I care?

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

Customers will also be able to collect Nectar points every time they fill-up, with one point awarded for every litre purchased.

What’s the catch?

The offer does not include pay at pump machines, ruling out stores in Hazel Grove, Hawick, Whitehouse Farm, Livingston, Dartmouth, Ely, Sudbury and Faversham.

There are some restrictions on this offer that customers need to be aware of.

The offer excludes spirits and liqueurs, fuel, first stage baby milk products, National Lottery, tobacco, gift vouchers, gift cards, prescription medicines, over the counter medicines, postage stamps, savings stamps, mobile phone vouchers, travel money, phonecards, e-topup, PayPoint payments, charity products, carrier bags, cafe transactions and car park tickets.

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 of the terms and conditions are available on the Sainsbury’s website.


Premium bonds

I think a public enquiry is needed as I have had a poor response reply by the national savings premium bonds office, as to my sixty year old bond, Never been drawn out for a solitary prize, yes SIXTY years.

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