Morrisons advertising their fuel saver scheme where they give discounts/litre of fuel when you buy gift cards from them. - HotUKDeals
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Morrisons has been advertising this on their facebook page.
They have launched a Fuel Saver scheme.
If you are planning to spend on high street for urself or others buy a gift card of £10 or more from morrisons before going to those stores and u can save pennies/litre of fuel.
Ofcourse compare fuel prices in ur area at sites like and others to make sure that it not just helps morrisons putting up their gift card sales but actually making u savings on fuel.
And if morrisons fuel station is one of your closest then you might benefit from this now and again:)
Coupons cant be redeemed at pay at pump facility.
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Not impressed sadly
I'm not either, looks like you have to spend money on gift cards for retailers that are usually quite expensive for products. I can't see any real savings here.
5 Likes #3
If you know you're going to Cineworld, buy the gift card beforehand. iTunes cards. Obviously they also gift cards so plenty of people buy them for birthdays and Christmas etc.

This is a deal. You get money off. You can't argue with that...
2 Likes #4
New Look - expensive? are you for real??? I think this isn't bad just needs a bit of planning ahead IMO. Heat added
1 Like #5
If you know you're going to Cineworld, buy the gift card beforehand. iTunes cards. Obviously they also gift cards so plenty of people buy them for birthdays and Christmas etc.

This is a deal. You get money off. You can't argue with that...
1 Like #6
Why is this cold? It's a great deal...basically free fuel?

They sell Nando's vouchers which is how I'll be using this - one visit a month near enough which costs me around £20 each time. OK so it's not a load of money, but every little helps (or is that the wrong supermarket..;) )

They have Currys/PC World vouchers too so this could be very beneficial if you were to purchase say, a new TV.

I think the coldness is more due to the amount you save. Most people would only buy a £10-30 voucher for someone so 1-3p is quite poor (I'd want 5p minimum). I agree that you could buy the vouchers for yourself but I honestly can't see myself doing that very often with those stores (or remembering to do so).
1 Like #8
purchasing something at homebase, £100 voucher saves you 10p a litre off fuel etc.
1 Like #9
Great deal if you are a planner - sometimes I know I'm going to buy a voucher for something like iTunes, and I know I use a tank of diesel ever 2 weeks (55l) so if I spend £30 I'm saving £1.65. Not amazing by any means but better than nothing. On my tank size that's 5.5% cashback. I use Topcashback and Quidco for less than that on other things, so this is pretty decent. (And I can combine it with my 3% off morrisons Gift Vouchers from The Shopping Club that I've used for the last year)
On one hand its a good deal if you are going to go shopping at these places but how many 'big purchase items' do people really buy?
I for one do not buy a new TV each week or cooker, that will be when the thing dies after a number of years. You would be better off getting a cash-back credit card as you will still earn and if you you link it to your quidco account you will earn cash-back (in certain stores)
I have a tesco credit card and its linked to my clubcard so i get points and money back like that, its not brilliant but it works out better than this deal. I think that this is a way of boosting high street shopping and get consumers back in the store. Shop online you will save more than what this deal offers.
And everyone knows what happens to gift cards after a while...I found one in a drawer that I received for my birthday....3 years ago!!
Money off = hot
How it works and what you have to spend = cold
3 Likes #11
Why not get this, plus quidco, plus a cash back credit card ;) win win win then!

Fair enough it's only a small amount, and if you are poor enough to have to worry about exact pence/pounds then you shouldn't be going to nando's etc anyway so I get it.

Still, shows again how this site doesn't work that well w/r to voting when some truly awful deals get a lot of heat and then some things like this which are free money (ok, even if its only £20 a year) get buried. A good reason why true democracy would never work :D
don't fall for this false offer when will you lot learn!!!!!!!!
I was not seeking much heat on this ..but i like the heated discussion that came up:p
N for all those who think it shouldnt get heat I would say..not all deals last..this site helps us all to grab momentary deals. .
even the grocery/travel/home etc. deals that are posted last for a fortnight or month n new ones keep coming up..
I just wanted to make a point that it could become a Deal Of The Week for someone who fits all the criteria..
So enjoy a few pennies back in your pocket while u can(_;)
1 Like #14
Cool buying some furniture from next £800 80p off fuel per litre...
The wife spends £100 a month in topshop get a gift card that's £1.20 off per litre for the years spend

Not a fan of nandos, but debenhams I.ll get a new bed £600 another 60p off per litre

And then drive my tank to the store and fill her up 500 litres that's a big saving..
total rubbish same as all the other offers.. tbh your not saving out
1 Like #16
total rubbish same as all the other offers.. tbh your not saving out

no your not are you, your just about to get all your present for christmas, you usually drive around the 20 shops you need to get a gift card from them for your family as they shop there. instead you goto morrisons do your usual shop and get the gift cards there, get £200 worth, save 20p a litre on fuel, buy 40 litres, save £8.00 and also the hassle and fuel and parking charges of going to get these from individual shops!! not a saving at all is it? Go back to Asda you miserable sod!
1 Like #17
I presume you can use the gift cards for online purchases?
Then surely you can profit from this? If you can plan your purchases (and with this site, who doesn't?) then it's easy?!
Also don't forget, Morrisons regularly discount their iTunes cards, so bigger savings - it's part of the fun?

Have some heat Op, I like it 8)
hey cockey beeep.. no need.. xmas gifts a card and a present with effort than just a much is morrisons making commision from selling gift cards..just anothet company all for profit.....p.s misrable sod is that what your family call you as you have no time or effort to go out and buy them something nice? feel sorry for your wife bet you give her a buy one get one free voucher for a tacky food place for xmas
If your work does any reward gateway type scheme you can get much easier savings than fannying on with this.

E.g. ours does a reloadable Sainsburys gift card, where you pay £95 for £100 of credit. That can be used as their fuel stations so an instant 5% off petrol (so about 6.7p off a litre).

Boots is a straight 10% off using the same thing. No fees for the card or topping it up.

Edited By: Bossworld on Sep 07, 2012 21:08

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