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Not actually been verified yet, but word in the office here is that the 5p / Litre petrol / diesel vouchers for a minimum £50 instore spend are back at Sainsburys today.

Don't know how long this will be for, but I'll be having to take out a mortgage tonight and fill up anyway.
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#1
Moved to the deals forum, this isn't an actual voucher in and of itself. Thanks :)
#2
whats the min spend to get 1 of these vouchers?
will be going to skegness butlins at the weekend and not looking for the £50 it will cost to get there n back
#3
Mimimum instore spend of > £50 gets you a 5p / litre voucher for the service station.

Sorry 'bout that. The minimum spend details would have shown up if this had been left in Vouchers, but it got detached when the mod moved it to Deals.

Details updated.
#4
Got one of these at the Coventry store about 10 days ago, to use in their refurbished petrol station which opened last Thursday.
#5
Quick - petrol is gonna run out - BUY BUY BUY, stock up, put it in ya pocket, take plant pots with you to fill up. Fill ya bath tub up with it. Bury it in ya garden before its too late!

To me this is a bit of a con. £50 spend means that you've probably already over spent to get the voucher unless you are a large family. Then assume your tank is empty and put 50 litres (say avg car tank) in (unless you own a chelsea tractor which'll take more) and you save £2.50 MAX and that is assuming they are the cheapest in your area. I know it is still something but I won't add heat or take it away to the offer, just playing on peoples fears imho.

I fill up about 5 times a year and when I get these vouchers they have always expired by the time I go to fill up but sometimes they still accept them cus they don't check often
#6
I fill up about 5 times a year and when I get these vouchers they have always expired by the time I go to fill up but sometimes they still accept them cus they don't check often


5 times a year!!!!

I fill up once a week and as I shop mostly at Sainsburys anyway this is a great deal for me & I get my larger from there too so with 2 crates of larger it doesn't take much more to push me over the £50 spend. Glad it;s back anyway :)
#7
Five times a year? I'd say sell the car.
#8
i'd love to vote hot but its not confirmed but then its good to vote hot so other people get to see it!

choices choices. lol

ill vote hot anyway
#9
jay_leeds
i'd love to vote hot but its not confirmed but then its good to vote hot so other people get to see it!

choices choices. lol

ill vote hot anyway


this offer is on i was instore today :thumbsup:
#10
Sorry but voted cold from me. I certainly would not put "Sainsburys City Diesel" in my car. It may cheap to buy but you get poor mpg compared to Shell or BP stuff and it can over time damage the engine internally.
#11
voted hot. Always worth knowing about. £50 is a fairly easy to spend on a full weekly shop, fair enough we are a family of four but to be honest if I got away with only £50 a week I would be more than happy.:whistling:
#12
geeadamg
...I fill up about 5 times a year .....


Good on yer!! :thumbsup:
#13
5 ltr bottles of Pimms = £50 :-D
#14
wolvesinwales
5 ltr bottles of Pimms = £50 :-D


is it just me who finds pimms uninspiring?
banned#15
geeadamg;2389305


I fill up about 5 times a year and when I get these vouchers they have always expired by the time I go to fill up but sometimes they still accept them cus they don't check often


Do you drive a petrol tanker?
#16
<20 mpg so 5p a litre off = serious money. Voted hot.
#17
geeadamg
Quick - petrol is gonna run out - BUY BUY BUY, stock up, put it in ya pocket, take plant pots with you to fill up. Fill ya bath tub up with it. Bury it in ya garden before its too late!

To me this is a bit of a con. £50 spend means that you've probably already over spent to get the voucher unless you are a large family. Then assume your tank is empty and put 50 litres (say avg car tank) in (unless you own a chelsea tractor which'll take more) and you save £2.50 MAX and that is assuming they are the cheapest in your area. I know it is still something but I won't add heat or take it away to the offer, just playing on peoples fears imho.

I fill up about 5 times a year and when I get these vouchers they have always expired by the time I go to fill up but sometimes they still accept them cus they don't check often



If you only fill up 5 times a year sell your car and try [url]WWW.WHIZZGO.CO.UK[/url]. I hardly used my car and this club has saved me a small fortune............
#18
seanjames
is it just me who finds pimms uninspiring?


Yah. I'm more a Campari guy myself :-)
#19
Not sure if this deal started nationwide today but i know in Reading at the calcot store it started today and is running for aproximetly a month.
#20
5p off is no longer a very tempting offer... how many years has it only been 5p , well time they made it 10p at least imo.
#21
Yes petrol is expensive at the moment, but as stated before, you'll only save a few quid given that it's only 5p per litre.

My car has a 70 litre tank, so if I let it run down to fumes, I'd only save £3.50, but would have to blow £50 for the privilege .. plus the actual petrol itself is pretty poor compared to Shell .. why buy rola cola when you can have Coke ;-)

So no heat from me on this one I'm afraid.
#22
wolvesinwales
5 ltr bottles of Pimms = £50 :-D


What sort of M.P.G. do you get on that? :whistling:
#23
[QUOTE=toonarmani]

My car has a 70 litre tank, so if I let it run down to fumes, I'd only save £3.50, but would have to blow £50 for the privilege ..

QUOTE]

Actually assuming yours is petrol, at say £1.15 a litre after the 5p discount you would need to blow £80.50 to save £3.50 and diesel would set you back at least another £7 :)
#24
Naughty I know but I usually buy a few bottles of wine costing maybe £25 - not for the car :whistling: - and then top up with some electronisc item to take the total to over £50.
Take the electronics back a couple of days later after having used the voucher :shock:
I buy lunch in JS every day and that's my justification.
SWMBO says that I'll get locked up one day! Ahhh peace:roll:
#25
GOOD TO SEE that the government are taxing petrol at 80+ % , yet people only seem to be bothered about a 5p discount coupon !!!

if the nation actually did something to protest about the scandalous hidden income tax ( petrol tax ) , then maybe they wouldnt need to worry about 5p off ?

80% tax.

think about it.

PS: Anyone else noticed since the ' credit crunch ' bull, how petrol and fuel and food prices have rocketed ? Reason: Since people no longer are being given massive loans, the government need to tax them by other means, AND THEY DO

yet still inflation is on the increase.

what a world we live in, greedy greedy little people charging more and more, so they have to work more and more to buy other goods of other suppliers. pure stupidity.
#26
toonarmani
.. plus the actual petrol itself is pretty poor compared to Shell .. why buy rola cola when you can have Coke ;-)

So no heat from me on this one I'm afraid.


Urban legend. Typically, all petrol in a particular area come from the same refinery. The only difference is additives specific to particular companies.

http://www.whatcar.co.uk/news-special-report.aspx?NA=215240&EL=3125465
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What Car? Q&A - Is supermarket petrol different?
26 May 2005
Q: Is it true that the fuel sold at supermarket petrol stations is not of the same quality as that as you would buy from a dedicated petrol station?
Alex Wells

A: According to the Petrol Retailers Association, there is no difference between the standard petrol you buy from supermarkets or franchised petrol stations. In most cases the petrol and diesel is even produced at the same refinery and delivered in the same trucks.

The exception to this is specialist fuels, such as Shell’s Optimax and BP’s Ultimate. In their case, the fuel is enhanced with additives, which produce that brand’s particular properties.
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#27
We could all fill up containers - barrels etc. That would annoy them with their offer! ha ha
Nah, I quite like Sainsburys. Their meat and veg is nice. I can easily spend £50 there, so deffo will be taking advantage of this!
#28
J400uk
Sorry but voted cold from me. I certainly would not put "Sainsburys City Diesel" in my car. It may cheap to buy but you get poor mpg compared to Shell or BP stuff and it can over time damage the engine internally.


Proof, please?
#29
Some_Bloke
Mimimum instore spend of > £50 gets you a 5p / litre voucher for the service station.

Sorry 'bout that. The minimum spend details would have shown up if this had been left in Vouchers, but it got detached when the mod moved it to Deals.

Details updated.


Meddling mods are an annoyance i can vouch for that!

Great find heat added :)
#30
mattlittle
Proof, please?


From my experience, I occasionally put the expensive Shell Optimax petrol into my car, I noticed a small improvement on mpg according to the trip computer. However, it is nowhere close to compensate for the price difference. I never noticed a difference between filling up at the supermarket or with standard petrol at a Shell/BP/Esso. That said, I have not done any of that formally. Just fill up and drive around as I normally do with possible variation from weeks to weeks.
#31
I got the voucher today with my online shop. With two growing boys and a new baby my shopping bill is over £50 easily and it's currently almost £90 to fill up so every tiny discount is worth it. As for supermarket fuel neither of us spotted a difference in fuel economy in either our 3 litre diesel or 2 litre petrol cars.

So - the voucher has started, is also for online shops and, according to our delivery driver, will be around for a week.
#32
cats
GOOD TO SEE that the government are taxing petrol at 80+ % , yet people only seem to be bothered about a 5p discount coupon !!!

if the nation actually did something to protest about the scandalous hidden income tax ( petrol tax ) , then maybe they wouldnt need to worry about 5p off ?

80% tax.

think about it.

PS: Anyone else noticed since the ' credit crunch ' bull, how petrol and fuel and food prices have rocketed ? Reason: Since people no longer are being given massive loans, the government need to tax them by other means, AND THEY DO

yet still inflation is on the increase.

what a world we live in, greedy greedy little people charging more and more, so they have to work more and more to buy other goods of other suppliers. pure stupidity.


If you really want to play the "OMG GOVERNMENT" card, the current fuel duty is closer to 85%, and once you factor in VAT (which, cheekily, applies to both the original fuel price and the duty) the total tax on fuel is a whopping 115% or thereabouts of the original price.

Which is nice.

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