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With Morrisons now offering the cheapest petrol/ diesel prices around, thought it would be worth reminding everyone of their 'morrison miles' scheme:

Morrisons Miles

With a Morrisons Miles Card* you can make your money go that little bit further by collecting points and earning a £5 shopping voucher.

Earn up to 15 Morrisons Miles* with every litre of fuel you purchase. Once youve collected 4995 miles on a single card, by purchasing 333 litres of fuel, well give you a £5 shopping voucher to spend in-store.

Theres no waiting for the vouchers to be posted either, you just pick them up from the petrol station kiosk and spend them in any Morrisons store its as simple as that.

So remember the more you fill up at Morrisons, the more you save


My partner has collected £50 in vouchers over the last 3-4 months as he travels a lot in his job so it's particularly worth it if you do a lot of travelling!
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LISAJAYNE6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
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withabix#1
333 litres at Tesco would give you 333 Clubcard points, worth £13.32 in Deals or £6.62 on wine.

Tesco round here matches Morrissons, work pays for all our fuel and Tesco is our corner shop, so they win hands down!

Plus I wouldn't have got nearly £20000 of BA flights in the last 18 months with Morrissons :whistling:
Premier#2
If he'd had bought the same amount of fuel @ Asda he could have saved over £66 using the Asda credit card which gives 2p off a litre of fuel.

But if all petrol is paid for by his employer it wouldn't benefit him directly - but might help him keep his job.
marble#3
withabix
Plus I wouldn't have got nearly £20000 of BA flights in the last 18 months with Morrissons :whistling:


Just out of interest, do you go down the airmiles or the BA miles route? I've been collecting airmiles, but wondering whether I should swap (especially given BA's half price sale on redeeming points recently). The thing which attracted me to airmiles is the flights are free (as opposed to paying taxes on BA) ... but you can't use them for upgrades and the like.

Al
Roccostanbanned#4
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marble
Just out of interest, do you go down the airmiles or the BA miles route? I've been collecting airmiles, but wondering whether I should swap (especially given BA's half price sale on redeeming points recently). The thing which attracted me to airmiles is the flights are free (as opposed to paying taxes on BA) ... but you can't use them for upgrades and the like.

Al


BA....and booked a ClubWorld trip when the deal was on last month :-D

The most annoying thing about having to choose between BA Miles and AirMiles is that BA owns AirMiles!!!!

Originally went the BA route as I used to actually earn BA Miles by flying...how wierd is that :roll:
waves117#6
Roccostan


yes your right.......but it was 4 months ago!!!!:whistling:
smudge5813#7
Morrisons reading. Disgusted. Asked for a miles card when purchased sixty pounds of fuel. Was told no cards till end of next month
fred2094#8
i fill my car up every fortnight on an average of £45\57 each visit every time always ask for a card none till next not going to start filling up every week just to get a card easier to shop at Tesco and use there card
Moneybags123#9
Why have Morrisons stopped putting your points value on the receipt you get after paying for fuel!
gilly64#10
Moneybags they do on mine

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