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Save 10p per litre of fuel when you spend £60 or more instore or groceries online.

Offer starts 30 August to 4 September 2012. Fuel voucher valid for 14 days. Coupon validity date is printed on voucher.
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#1
Wonder if others will be running a fuel promo at the same time ?
#2
ONLINE orders only, the way I read it........
#3
Faythur
ONLINE orders only, the way I read it........

sainsburys.co.uk/instoreoffers/fuel-deal
#4
Yep I see that, but....

"Get your save 10p fuel voucher when you receive your groceries online shopping between 30 August - 4 September 2012"

The T&C's all mention online shopping only too....

I do hope you're right though :)
#5
They just posted on Facebook.... ( https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151389661099377&set=a.368615739376.203952.90229869376&type=1 )


Click LIKE or SHARE so your friends don’t miss out on 10p off every litre of fuel they buy.
From tomorrow, spend over £60* with us in-store or on groceries online to qualify.

*In a single transaction. Exclusions apply. Get your save 10p fuel voucher when you receive your groceries online shopping between 30 August - 4 September 2012, or shop in-store between these dates. Full details: http:/****/NwDCeV

Edited By: nicster08 on Aug 29, 2012 14:39
1 Like #6
The last tesco 10p off deal only required a £6 spend on 4 x 24 weetabix and was stackable upto 50p/litre off.
That deal went to 3' - how on earth is this hotter ???
#7
just as the price goes up the offers start
1 Like #8
Anth2210
just as the price goes up the offers start

Quite right, the fuel prices had reduced by what these days we could consider to be a 'reasonable' amount.

Now they seem to have gradually increased back to levels before the fuel hikes.

False economy, as most of the users on here have rightly pointed out in the past.

Edited By: thesimpsons_uk on Aug 29, 2012 22:14
1 Like #9
As mentioned above why is this hot, you save on a £80 fill up, the grand total of £5.60 and yet pay way over that for the honour of shopping there, no thanks, COLD
#10
zzzz
The last tesco 10p off deal only required a £6 spend on 4 x 24 weetabix and was stackable upto 50p/litre off.
That deal went to 3' - how on earth is this hotter ???

http://comerecommended.com/files/2012/08/wambulance1.jpeg
#11
I normally vote these deals hot as it can't be bad saving a few pence off something the majority of us use everyday just for doing your regular shopping, but there is no way any fuel deal can be voted hot atm as the prices have gone up a ridiculous amount over the last few weeks.

B**tards raising the prices loads whilst everyone is having a jolly with the Olympics thinking no one will notice, and now the greedy c***s keep on raising it still. About time something was done about this s**t!!
#12
Towelie
B**tards raising the prices loads whilst everyone is having a jolly with the Olympics thinking no one will notice, and now the greedy c***s keep on raising it still. About time something was done about this s**t!!

Couldn't agree more!!!!

(Actually I've no idea what you said, but judging from the amount of asterisks I'm guessing you weren't thrilled at the price of fuel... :) )

Edited By: 67traveller on Aug 29, 2012 23:16
#13
I love these deals. It gives me the challenge of buying as many offers to take my bill to £60.01 before toddling off to Aldi to buy the necessary goods.
#14
Or just go and buy clothes, use the voucher and then return the clothes.
#15
Ricky
Or just go and buy clothes, use the voucher and then return the clothes.


clothes don't count as groceries, unless you put your socks in the toaster in the morning and put butter on them
#16
corskey
I love these deals. It gives me the challenge of buying as many offers to take my bill to £60.01 before toddling off to Aldi to buy the necessary goods.

Oh please don't just buy our lost leaders because we lose money. At least give us some profit.
#17
Actually clothes do get you the coupon as I've bought just clothing and got petrol vouchers in the past. Unless ofcourse they've changed their terms and conditions now.
#18
Towelie
B**tards raising the prices loads whilst everyone is having a jolly with the Olympics thinking no one will notice, and now the greedy c***s keep on raising it still. About time something was done about this s**t!!

Yeah, ride a m****r f*****g bike!
#19
zzzz
The last tesco 10p off deal only required a £6 spend on 4 x 24 weetabix and was stackable upto 50p/litre off.
That deal went to 3' - how on earth is this hotter ???

The tesco deal was amazing, wished that I had understood how good it was earlier, my car took 63L when I filled it up so I was paid for getting cerials and tea from TESCO.
#20
another vote in favour of the tesco stackable deal, dont think well be seeing a petrol deal that great again
1 Like #21
u can buy anything that costs £60 in store then return it, still get the voucher.

I usually buy print cartridges then return :)
#22
Nice to see that since the last round of fuel price cuts, diesel has increased by 10p per litre, so they give us plebs this screw you offer.

Offers it shall be I reckon, even if it is only a £5-6 saving for fuel
#23
Damn it I only just spent £125 there yesterday so I missed out by a day!
#24
WESTONJ
u can buy anything that costs £60 in store then return it, still get the voucher.

I usually buy print cartridges then return :)

People like you give humanity a bad name.
#25
There fuel is rubbish. I only buy fuel from BP or shell (BP preferably) reason behind this is because it's much cleaner and efficient fuel.

Doesn't clog your injectors like supermarket fuel and I return anything from 5-8MPG more than anywhere else. BP or shell fuel is on average only a penny more as well so 1p a litre more for 5-8MPG from a gallon of fuel?

Do the Maths BP or Shell anyday .

(still get nectarcard points with BP)
1 Like #26
I still don't believe that there is any difference between supermarket fuel and branded fuel.
#27
sinfull3
Nectar Points - Jesus a fine example of one of the WORST LOYALTY Offerings on the Market.....the times i have had to write to Jan Pieters MD of Loyalty Management Group(Nectar) copy to Justin King (MD Sainsburys) regarding the Consistantly NOT AWARDED NECTAR POINTS despite buying the Specific Promoted Products as sent to my Smartphone relating to Nectar & Sainsburys.....last count 3 Letters 12 Products last 9 months.......Nectar = WASTE OF TIME....Tip try the Tesco Points easier to Manipulate etc....
totally agree
#28
Can't buy enough to spend £30 in one go at Aldi - how can I spend £60 at Sainsbury's? Not worth it for me unless I fuelled up more than one car!
#29
Persian_Gu1f
Can't buy enough to spend £30 in one go at Aldi - how can I spend £60 at Sainsbury's? Not worth it for me unless I fuelled up more than one car!
Easy. Buy same stuff you buy at Aldi.(_;)
#30
If you have a PAYG mobile, you can buy top up vouchers if your total bill is not enough.
#31
HondaLad
I still don't believe that there is any difference between supermarket fuel and branded fuel.

Your mileage may vary (litterally) but our Zafira runs much better on Shell than on the Sainsburys diesel that is the cheaper option, but at 3p a litre more its a finer cost/benefit toss up

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