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Just seen that you can save 2p on every litre of petrol just by taking out Asda's credit card.

As far as I can see this deal doesn't expire which means ongoing savings!

Obviously not huge savings but seems like a great money-saving tip if you live near near and Asda or regularly fill up there. You can also earn points in-store which are converted in to vouchers.
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#1
I've come across this before as I have recently changed to this card. Petrols not getting cheaper but this sure helps soften the bill! :thumbsup::w00t:
#2
"Petrols not getting cheaper"

You can say that again! This sounds like a good deal provided you pay off the card in full each month - heat added.
#3
Might be better with an Amex card as they give up to 2% off all shopping and ALL supermarkets I use and lots of petrol stations take Amex (Including ASDA and Tescos). That way you don't just get the 2% off fuel.

Also ASDA only give 2p per litre off whatever the price per litre rises to, AMEX give a 2% discount off the whole bill and as petrol (and Diesel) is now over £1 a litre this is a greater saving IMHO.
#4
Better off with tesco. Use barcalys fuel cash back card 1.5% does not go down like others which offer larger cash back for a couple of months, or ame 2% , ( but not sure if that is long term).

Plus get one club card point for every £1 . Multiply this by 4 for deals tokens.
#5
well i use the Asda card and I think it's a good deal.
Better off with Tesco? My Tesco is 116.9, Asda after discount is 112.9.

I use about 110/120 litres of diesel a week
#6
i paid £120.9 at my local today! What a rip off :x:x:x
#7
ASDA not always cheapest. I signed up to this address
www.petrolprices.com
and I get regular updates of the cheapest petrol near home and near work.
Worth a look - especially if you are in Scotland with the Grangemouth strike about to hit.
#8
Welcome to the site and your first post.

As you can see, lots of different opinions on how to get some extra pennies off. I think it's a good deal for the "easy" option, and have therefore voted Hot.
#9
cannyscot
ASDA not always cheapest. I signed up to this address
www.petrolprices.com
and I get regular updates of the cheapest petrol near home and near work.
Worth a look - especially if you are in Scotland with the Grangemouth strike about to hit.


I used to use this too but it was consistantly WRONG - gave it up in disgust as a waste of time!
#10
I've had an Asda card for about a year now, always shop there anyway, and we won't fill up our cars anywhere else if we can help it. Bearing in mind hubby does a lot of business miles, and I do all the leisure miles, it's a great deal for us.
#11
Brad
Better off with tesco. Use barcalys fuel cash back card 1.5% does not go down like others which offer larger cash back for a couple of months, or ame 2% , ( but not sure if that is long term).

Plus get one club card point for every £1 . Multiply this by 4 for deals tokens.


Yep do the same. Works out at about 104-5p (depending which 1 I go to) a litre plus clubcard points.
#12
applied about a month ago just got a letter saying that i was excepted and limit is £2700 wo ho
considering my hsbc card limit is £750
i ll always shop in asda as its close by ang getting petrol its the cheapest in Notts tesco is at least 2/3 p expansive same with other supermarket
i m voting HOOT TT
#13
ASDA petrol is normally 4-5p cheaper and with the card it brings down the cost of fuel

TIP - Always fill by LITRE not price
#14
How exactly does the 2p com off - ie straight away, off your monthly bill, via some pouints system?

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