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Fuel Britannia - Starts Mon 18th April @ Morrisons

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
Morrisons will be starting a fuel promotion next week.

When you spend £40 in-store, you will receive a voucher for a 6p discount a litre on fuel.

Conditions:
Vouchers can be collected between 18/4/11 and 1/5/11 inclusive.
Voucher must be redeemed on or before 8/5/11.
You need to keep the itemised receipt along with the voucher.
No more than 100 litres per voucher.
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#1
do you know how long the offer is on for? as i am away next week

and the 5p offer has only jsut finished too, hoping this starts to make other places drop there prices
#2
My local doesn't sell fuel. :(
Heat added for those that do though!
#3
Nice one
#4
I'll read the terms again next time I'm at work, but I think the promo lasts a week, then you can redeem the voucher up to a week after that.

You can also redeem the voucher at any of the petrol stations, it doesn't have to be the store where you bought it. Store without a petrol station will also be handing out the vouchers.
#5
Nice one.. Thx for the info...
#6
is there a max amount of fuel you can get on this? thinking of following my mom up and getting 2 full tanks :D
#7
Good deal shame they have just hiked the price up 2p a litre in my area.
1p fuel duty cut - fuel now 3p a litre more!
1 Like #8
Deal of the century spend £41.40 on fuel and get £1.80 off (based on 30litres @£1.38 litre).

Any other deal with such a discount would be voted cold, do the Maths !!!

Ok if you shop at Morrisons anyway but no worth traveling out of your way for
#9
v6dlc
Deal of the century spend £41.40 on fuel and get £1.80 off (based on 30litres @£1.38 litre).

Any other deal with such a discount would be voted cold, do the Maths !!!

Ok if you shop at Morrisons anyway but no worth traveling out of your way for


Agreed. A step in the right direction for sure, but not enough of a saving to get excited about. Thanks for posting though. We shop in Morrisons anyway, so will benefit from this
#10
Morrisons is my local for petty and nose bag - happy dayze
#11
Thanks for the heads up. I would be looking for more like a 60p per litre discount, but as Tesco says..
1 Like #12
Wouldn't it be "Fuel Britannia"?
2 Likes #13
v6dlc
Deal of the century spend £41.40 on fuel and get £1.80 off (based on 30litres @£1.38 litre).

Any other deal with such a discount would be voted cold, do the Maths !!!

Ok if you shop at Morrisons anyway but no worth traveling out of your way for

Blimey, glass half empty kind of bloke aren't you. If the government came out and knocked 6p off a litre there'd be petrolistas dancing in the streets.

No its probably not worth going out of your way for. But it cost me nearly £90 to fill up my 156 the other day. So if I'd done my shopping at Morrisons beforehand that would have saved me over £3. That's a pint of beer you're talking about. Effectively free.


Edited By: CoenFan on Apr 14, 2011 17:21: steady on
1 Like #14
This is great if you happen to have a Morrison's near you that does fuel. Our large local Morrison's gives vouchers but the nearest fuel is 14 miles away!! :(
#15
CoenFan
v6dlc
Deal of the century spend £41.40 on fuel and get £1.80 off (based on 30litres @£1.38 litre).

Any other deal with such a discount would be voted cold, do the Maths !!!

Ok if you shop at Morrisons anyway but no worth traveling out of your way for

Blimey, glass half empty kind of bloke aren't you. If the government came out and knocked 6p off a litre there'd be petrolistas dancing in the streets.

No its probably not worth going out of your way for. But it cost me nearly £90 to fill up my 156 the other day. So if I'd done my shopping at Morrisons beforehand that would have saved me over £3. That's a pint of beer you're talking about. Effectively free.



Indeed, but depends what you are buying, Morrisons' price may not be the cheapest. You might easily save a fiver shopping in ASDA or Tesco depends what sort of deal you are after.

Good deal but I am not too excited, will stick to Shell V-Power mostly because Morrisons is 5miles further than Shell!
#16
Unless they promise to be the cheapest +6p off, it's moot.
#17
Not bad
#18
My mum got me a 5p off coupon at Sains the other day. My car holds 55 litres so it was a £2.75 saving. That's a few tins of baked beans...


v6dlc
Deal of the century spend £41.40 on fuel and get £1.80 off (based on 30litres @£1.38 litre).
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Any other deal with such a discount would be voted cold, do the Maths !!!

Ok if you shop at Morrisons anyway but no worth traveling out of your way for
1 Like #19
always wondered with these petrol vouchers the supermarkets do..... that what is stopping me spending £40 on something returnable. use my petrol voucher, and then return my original purchase? effectively a petrol discount for free.
#20
Only good if you spend £40 in Morrisons on stuff that you need and is the cheapest available and the shop is your local.

Not the best.
#21
It's a load of knackers..... has any of you noticed the stealth price rises on basic goods to pay for it???
Tesco is now far cheaper than Morrisons!
#22
johnnyshuttle
It's a load of knackers..... has any of you noticed the stealth price rises on basic goods to pay for it???
Tesco is now far cheaper than Morrisons!

Morrisons is good for it's offers though 12 mullerlights £2 can't get that at tesco but agree on the normal items tesco can be cheaper
#23
you do realise that all the supermarket fuel has no additives and they spend 0 on research into making petrol better for your engine so you may save 6p a litre but will get less mpg and in extreme cases shortening the life of your engine, stick to shell/esso etc
1 Like #24
sixonenine
always wondered with these petrol vouchers the supermarkets do..... that what is stopping me spending £40 on something returnable. use my petrol voucher, and then return my original purchase? effectively a petrol discount for free.


dont think you can do that with morrisons as when you get your petrol you need to show them your reciept as well as your voucher, none of the others do this
#25
My local Morrisons charges 1p a litre more than its store in the next large City.
Why?
Could it be they have competition their and not in our Town.
1 Like #26
Can't understand why everyone get so worked up about this I have a 44 litre tank if I was to fill it up to the brim from empty I'd save a grand total of £2.64 whopdy doo?! and I'd also need to spend £40 for the priviledge! Cold


Edited By: Andy_Gateshead on Apr 14, 2011 19:33
#27
Pretty good deal, any saving is alright, even if it is a few percent - you wouldn't complain at 12p off a pint of beer (which is the same sort of mini saving) - it's a small saving, but it is one, and it makes you feel better! (lol the saving not the alcohol, I should have used a different analogy).
#28
well a 6p voucher at my local morrisons will make the fuel. 15 pence cheaper than filling up down south, when i drive to london next week (400 mile round trip)
#29
Strangely enough my local Morrisons petrol is currrently 2p more expensive than BP. Normally it's the same price or cheaper. I wonder if they are keeping it high because of this offer.
#30
hartdave
you do realise that all the supermarket fuel has no additives and they spend 0 on research into making petrol better for your engine so you may save 6p a litre but will get less mpg and in extreme cases shortening the life of your engine, stick to shell/esso etc


wrong the only fuel that is not used by any other petrol retailer is Shell. All the rest use whatever is in the fuel depot, mabinaf. Conoco etc. Fact



Edited By: ianshona on Apr 14, 2011 23:00
#31
toycollector
My local Morrisons charges 1p a litre more than its store in the next large City.
Why?
Could it be they have competition their and not in our Town.

This is not unique to Morrisons. There is a petrol station near(ish) me, which is the cheapest for miles around. And you know what, every other station nearby gets more expensive as you travel away from it. It is almost as though they have worked out how much more they can charge before its worth travelling to the next one.

They wouldn't be that cynical... would they?
#32
Morrisons fuel does not meet BS standards and contains a unusualy high percentage of Bio Ethanol which will eat away at most popular cars fuel pipes.

Wouldn't touch it with a barge pole.
#33
randomdeal
Strangely enough my local Morrisons petrol is currrently 2p more expensive than BP. Normally it's the same price or cheaper. I wonder if they are keeping it high because of this offer.

I don't know why that would be, however I can assure you it's not because of the offer. The store I work at always has the cheapest or matches the cheapest fuel in the area. All morissons stores prices are unique to the area however, and not all set the same. For example, another store just a couple of miles away from mine is always 1p cheaper for some reason. We always get our new prices on a sunday, maybe BP update them more regularly.
#34
toycollector
My local Morrisons charges 1p a litre more than its store in the next large City.
Why?
Could it be they have competition their and not in our Town.



Morrisons Fuel stations (unlike Asda)adjust their prices according to what local garages are charging,where as Asda have the same prices all over the country
#35
ianshona
hartdave
you do realise that all the supermarket fuel has no additives and they spend 0 on research into making petrol better for your engine so you may save 6p a litre but will get less mpg and in extreme cases shortening the life of your engine, stick to shell/esso etc


wrong the only fuel that is not used by any other petrol retailer is Shell. All the rest use whatever is in the fuel depot, mabinaf. Conoco etc. Fact




sans additive yes hence lower mpg worse for engine
#36
can i shop at morrisons today or tomorrow and get the voucher on the 18th ? i was planning to do my normal shopping today ... will this work?

Edited By: bulktrans on Apr 15, 2011 13:11: ,
#37
bulktrans
can i shop at morrisons today or tomorrow and get the voucher on the 18th ? i was planning to do my normal shopping today ... will this work?


No shop from Monday
#38
ianshona
bulktrans
can i shop at morrisons today or tomorrow and get the voucher on the 18th ? i was planning to do my normal shopping today ... will this work?

No shop from Monday

thnx
#39
hi guys
I work at a Morrisons Petrol station so heres a few things to take note of for these vouchers.

The store will be giving out 6p a litre off petrol when you spend £40 or more in-store
the vouchers will be given out between the 18th April and 1st May, but you have until the 8th of may to use them, you can not shop before the 18th and then go in when the promotion starts and ask for your voucher,
Maximum 100 litres per voucher
you MUST bring the receipt (that shows you spent the £40 in-store) into the Petrol station with the 6p off a litre voucher
they can be used in ANY Morrisons petrol station, stores that dont have petrol stations will still be giving out the voucher so you can use in another Morrisons petrol station,

hope this gives all the information you need

M.
#40
It's 5p off not 6p, leaflet in today's paper

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