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This Tesco.com promotion is only valid on grocery and wine online transactions.
Only one coupon is issued per transaction of £50 or more.
Excludes purchases of tobacco products, infant milk formulae and delivery charge.
Discount available on one individual purchase of Petrol or Diesel, for one vehicle, per coupon.
Tesco.com Petrol Coupon entitles 5p per litre off each full litre to the maximum amount of 100 litres per single transaction.
Tesco.com Petrol Coupon is only redeemable in participating Tesco Petrol Filling Stations.
Excludes Express, Republic of Ireland, Isle of Man, and Calais Stores.
Tesco.com Petrol Coupon is not valid for [email protected] transactions.
Tesco reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time.
Coupon validity date is printed on the coupon.
This coupon is and shall remain the property of Tesco Stores Ltd.
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#1
Every little helps:thumbsup:
1 Like #2
Train Driver
Every little helps...............:
.................Tesco to total dominance of UK retail.
#3
Still expensive for **** fuel.
#4
got my voucher yday, petrol was 101.9p at gallions reach pump yday, but saving my coupon for a little later, their receipts were popping out with random expiry dates, apparently got 2 weeks to use it? they said a month first but then someone else corrected them, at customer services, anyone know if it is 2 weeks?
#5
willhollin
Still expensive for **** fuel.

just do what a lot of people r doing 50-50 diesel to chip fat oil,runs like adream and seem to get better fuel economy,only draw back if you get caught, but thats the name of the game
#6
willhollin;1573237
Still expensive for **** fuel.


Irrespective what people say about Tesco, they have the cheapest fuel today (100.9 for unleaded) and 5p discount drops the price even further.. :thumbsup:
#7
matt_james27
got my voucher yday, petrol was 101.9p at gallions reach pump yday, but saving my coupon for a little later, their receipts were popping out with random expiry dates, apparently got 2 weeks to use it? they said a month first but then someone else corrected them, at customer services, anyone know if it is 2 weeks?


I had one of these too. Expiry date shows 05/35/02 - meaningless! Whatever they try to say about it expiring in 2 weeks, so far as I'm concerned I can use it whenever I choose to, and I'll be very surprised if they're prepared to argue about it.
#8
Tesco does dominate UK retail who put them there we did !!!! 5p off a litre is generous whichever way you look at it
diesel is currently 88p a litre in France not bad for the current P&O day trip offer of £20 with 6 bottles of wine
#9
At my local tesco (Wilmslow) there is a 10p off a litre of petrol if you sped £25, on non-foods.
#10
Great deal if you buy 'two for one' on your shopping to get over the £50 but I find that it's cheaper generally to buy my shopping at Asda or Morrisons. If I fill up 40 litres I save £2.00 on petrol based on this saving, but it costs me far more than that to buy at Tesco so a bit of a false sense of economy. They get you one way or the other!
#11
marsh5000
just do what a lot of people r doing 50-50 diesel to chip fat oil,runs like adream and seem to get better fuel economy,only draw back if you get caught, but thats the name of the game

you are allowed to use chip fat now, think you can use 2500 litres without having to declare it.
#12
Irrespective what people say about Tesco, they have the cheapest fuel today

In your area maybe. Here they are at least 4 pence more expensive than other suppliers.
#13
petrol was £1.03 yesterday at my Local Tesco today it's £1.08 and with a 5p off coupon not really any saving... what's going on Tesco???? (must be just a Northern Ireland thing) typical rip off!!!!
banned#14
same thing happens round here too, as soon as these '5p off coupons' appear, the price of Tesco petrol/diesel goes up by 5p. Then goes back down when the offer has ended.

Coincidence...?
#15
saw a local garage today selling diesel at £1.15:w00t:
#16
Two week expiry from date of issue. Tesco policy and doubtful they will honour outside promotional period irregardless of errors! Currently 100.9 in Liverpool so @ 95.9 a litre not bad. Play Tesco at their own game, but an item i.e. microwave, iron, dvd player whatever so long as it costs £50 take it back, pocket the token and whatever clubcard points to boot.Conscience clear! :-D
banned#17
I just posted a deal - you get 10p off the litre when you spend £25 on anything from the clothing and electrical range.... you get the voucher at the till, and redeem it at the garage, get about 2 weeks to use the voucher....
#18
ledzappa
Play Tesco at their own game, but an item i.e. microwave, iron, dvd player whatever so long as it costs £50 take it back, pocket the token and whatever clubcard points to boot.Conscience clear! :-D


But take into account the time you're wasting picking up the item then returning it - just to save a couple of quid, its not worth it.
#19
edi
Irrespective what people say about Tesco, they have the cheapest fuel today (100.9 for unleaded) and 5p discount drops the price even further.. :thumbsup:


I think that depends where you live because they have been the most expensive near me recentley.
#20
If you buy £50 of good e.g. clothing you get the 5p off voucher but can return the goods later giving you the 5p of voucher for nada! I've done this quite a few times without a hitch.
:-D
#21
boycey said: "If you buy £50 of good e.g. clothing you get the 5p off voucher but can return the goods later giving you the 5p of voucher for nada! I've done this quite a few times without a hitch."


Do you actually bother to read anyone else's posts? See #17 above.
#22
If you shop at Asda mostly, then get an Asda credit card. You get 2p off a litre of petrol. I think you also get half percent discount on your shopping.
#23
dromoreboy
petrol was £1.03 yesterday at my Local Tesco today it's £1.08 and with a 5p off coupon not really any saving... what's going on Tesco???? (must be just a Northern Ireland thing) typical rip off!!!!


Not just you, they do it at the Tesco I use in Stoke on Trent too. Just before the promotion the price goes up by surprise , surprise.....5p a litre !!!
#24
we always spend £50 or more when we visit Tescos! however silly me went to get petrol on Monday, had a voucher and forgot to use it! Now gotta try and refil before 2 weeks up!
#25
and for those spending 100 - 150 on shopping, ask the cashier to subtotal every so often so that you pay in 50 increments, to get as many as possible. Also, if you're a few £ short, for those of you who have PAYG mobiles it's always a good idea to get a £10 top up (or something useful) just to take you above a multiple of £50.
#26
The Tesco offer hasn't ended on petrol since it started though has it? In Hull, this doesn't seem to happen
#27
Voting cold - I find the Morrisons petrol voucher far more beneficial.
#28
I work in a Tesco petrol station.... any questions anyone wants answered?? :whistling: Up in North Scotland.

I hate these vouchers with a passion... makes so much more work for me and I don't drive so don't get benefits myself :p good for the customers tho!

As for the sayings that Tesco fuel not as good as other fuels... well up here anyway we get our fuel from same depot/tanks as BP/Esso etc. It's exactly the same fuel.
#29
WeeWifie
I work in a Tesco petrol station.... any questions anyone wants answered?? :whistling: Up in North Scotland.

I hate these vouchers with a passion... makes so much more work for me and I don't drive so don't get benefits myself :p good for the customers tho!

As for the sayings that Tesco fuel not as good as other fuels... well up here anyway we get our fuel from same depot/tanks as BP/Esso etc. It's exactly the same fuel.


Thanks for the offer. The story the major oil companies tend to spread about supermarket fuel seems to be that although it comes from the same source it doesn't have the same beneficial additives. Any thoughts on that?

One other question I'm curious to know the answer to - what do you think of them as an employer?
1 Like #30
Newbold
Thanks for the offer. The story the major oil companies tend to spread about supermarket fuel seems to be that although it comes from the same source it doesn't have the same beneficial additives. Any thoughts on that?

One other question I'm curious to know the answer to - what do you think of them as an employer?




Well up here that's rubbish for sure! Coz comes from exact same tanks as BP etc get theirs from... we get our supplies from BP. And everyone up here in the Highlands takes from there. Same tanks. Zero difference.

I've been with Tesco 10 years now. First 5 years were great. Been getting progressively worse over the last 5 years. They brought out a totally stupid and unfair sickness policy... basically you are NOT allowed to be sick when working at Tesco! Even your CHILD being sick or in hospital counts towards your "absence rate" and then you get disciplined.. and can lead to sacking :!:

Benefits good tho. Discount card, buy/save as you earn schemes, free shares etc....

I've stayed so long coz of the benefits and coz I work in the petrol station and love the crack we get in there with the customers and other garage staff. It's good fun a lot of time.
How come u ask?
#31
WeeWifie
Well up here that's rubbish for sure! Coz comes from exact same tanks as BP etc get theirs from... we get our supplies from BP. And everyone up here in the Highlands takes from there. Same tanks. Zero difference.

I've been with Tesco 10 years now. First 5 years were great. Been getting progressively worse over the last 5 years. They brought out a totally stupid and unfair sickness policy... basically you are NOT allowed to be sick when working at Tesco! Even your CHILD being sick or in hospital counts towards your "absence rate" and then you get disciplined.. and can lead to sacking :!:

Benefits good tho. Discount card, buy/save as you earn schemes, free shares etc....

I've stayed so long coz of the benefits and coz I work in the petrol station and love the crack we get in there with the customers and other garage staff. It's good fun a lot of time.
How come u ask?


Just curious to know how employees feel about them. Personally, I think Tesco are now far too big for their boots, as exampled by the way they push planning authorities around, and even blatantly flout planning laws. They come across to me, and to a lot of other people (including their suppliers), as utterly ruthless, and I just wondered how well they looked after their staff.
#32
Newbold
Just curious to know how employees feel about them. Personally, I think Tesco are now far too big for their boots, as exampled by the way they push planning authorities around, and even blatantly flout planning laws. They come across to me, and to a lot of other people (including their suppliers), as utterly ruthless, and I just wondered how well they looked after their staff.


Oh yes... they totally are!! ruthless in every way!! They dominate my town... we have THREE Tesco's here, and it's dubbed "Tescotown" !

They can be quite ****** to the staff indeed, esp where sickness is involved...
my boyfriend was off TWICE in the last year, both times off for about week and a half - two weeks, coz it was the flu (both times had been signed off by doc) and off for a week with food poisoning (signed off by doc, and can't work checkouts with that so HAVE to be off). And they slapped him with a final written warning for absence!! Told him if he had a day off in the next 7 months they'd sack him.

I've gotta be off at times as my sons got a rare form of Spina Bifida... so when he's ill I've got to be off. His Dad's not around at the moment, as he's away with the Army. So basically it's just me. And I'm the only one that knows his medical condition inside and out, and when I've to take him to hospital when it gets bad etc. And kids WANT and NEED their MUMS when sick, not some next door neighbour etc... Tesco tell me I should have an emergency babysitter for the days I work, so incase he takes ill on those days I have someone to call upon to have him!! Errrr.... not right!! Oh you've got me started now! :w00t:

If I worked over at the main store I'd have walked by now, but at the petrol station you've not got managers in your face all the time, pretty much left to it there etc. Banter is good, and have the regular customers that are great fun. Pays great too as well as the benefits....!! And my new manager that started as garage manager about 5 months ago is good, and lets me take time off for my nursing uni course if I tell him in advance, he's fine with giving me unpaid absence, which doesn't count towards my "absence rate".

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