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This was posted before in July but i have just seen the advert on TV, so hopefully it should be on...

Spend £50 or more instore to receive a voucher to take 5p of petrol!!!
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#1
Voted hot, only problem, it's about 15 miles to my nearest Sainsbury's, lol
#2
Just saw it on Hallmark also!
#3
Use the following link to see where your closest store is, just enter postcode and tick Petrol Station,,..
http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shoppingandservices/storelocator/storelocator.htm
#4
Nearest one: Distance: 34.9 mile(s)
#5
We've got two Sainsburys in Milton Keynes and neither of them have petrol stations. Not sure where the nearest one is with one.
#6
didn't do this on saturday... did it start today then?
#7
And at Sainsbury's higher prices (compared to Adsa and even Tesco), it's a lot easier to spend £50. :-))
#8
You have to spend £50 to save 2ish?

Not hot from me sorry.
#10
jakenjo;2768995
didn't do this on saturday... did it start today then?

I got mine on Saturday with my shopping :thumbsup:
banned#11
Its a pity that supermarkets are known for using 'additives', therefore you get less actual 'fuel' for your money, plus your engine wear is being decreased for compensating for the additives. Even though Esso/BP/Shell supply the fuel, they add the additives for whoever is buying the fuel to sell.
#12
Sainsbury prices are always higher than others I find. So, this is a much worse deal than the Tesco one. If you spend £50 in Sainsbury anyway, then this is a good deal
#13
Mordred
Its a pity that supermarkets are known for using 'additives', therefore you get less actual 'fuel' for your money, plus your engine wear is being decreased for compensating for the additives. Even though Esso/BP/Shell supply the fuel, they add the additives for whoever is buying the fuel to sell.


All fuel suppliers have their own additives and it is not limited to supermarkets but also to the oil giants. It is the additives that trademarks the fuel (and are closely guarded secrets). Shell, BP, Esso and so on receive their fuel from the same refineries as do the supermarkets. The additives does not necessarily reduce fuel consumption but it is fair to say that supermarket additives are unlikely to be up to the same standards as the major oil companies.
#14
These petrol vouchers are only valid for 8 days from the issue date, which isn't very long if you just happened to have filled up a couple of days ago :x
#15
this is mega hot!!!
#16
countryboy
These petrol vouchers are only valid for 8 days from the issue date, which isn't very long if you just happened to have filled up a couple of days ago :x


That depends how much you use your car - i fill it up twice a week :x
#17
Oddfellow;2768999
And at Sainsbury's higher prices (compared to Adsa and even Tesco), it's a lot easier to spend £50. :-))

That's because Sainsburys do nice food as opposed to Asda and to a lesser extent Tesco.
#18
306maxi
That's because Sainsburys do nice food as opposed to Asda and to a lesser extent Tesco.


Sainsbury doesnt do nice food, a lot of their food is tasteless actually.
#19
realdarkprince;2774254
Sainsbury doesnt do nice food, a lot of their food is tasteless actually.

You clearly have no clue :)
#20
306maxi
You clearly have no clue :)


Oh indeed i do, i even work at sainsburys.
#21
realdarkprince;2774489
Oh indeed i do, i even work at sainsburys.

You've obviously never been to an Asda then :)
#22
306maxi
You've obviously never been to an Asda then :)


haha, i have actually, but havent tried much of their foods to be honest.
#23
realdarkprince;2781118
haha, i have actually, but havent tried much of their foods to be honest.

Believe me you haven't missed much :) Asda stuff is worse than Sainsburys basics stuff. Plus their fruit and veg is never as nice.
#24
306maxi
Believe me you haven't missed much :) Asda stuff is worse than Sainsburys basics stuff. Plus their fruit and veg is never as nice.


serious? haha, looks like all these supermarkets are worse off than they say, but then agian they never tell you the real deal on whats going on.

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