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Now Live - 10p off per litre of fuel when you spend £60 in store until 7th May @ Sainsburys

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Just had my usual Sunday shop delivered from Sainsburys and the driver tipped me off that there will be 10p a litre of fuel (Diesel or petrol) when you spend £60 or more in store and online from Wednesday 1st May until midnight Tuesday 7th May but the voucher will be valid for 14 days from your original date of purchase

I have just confirmed it on live chat too - all stores as long as they are not BP just Sainsburys Petrol stations.

I will update more when live but kind of heads up not to fill up if you are a Sainsburys shopper. I know Morrisons are 5p off on a £40 spend but I love nectar points and shop at Sainsburys and this is double the saving so works out better for me.

Also, if you are a first time customer / new account or email address you can get £18 off a £60 order with this code until 2nd May too.


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Guessing it would cost me more spending £60 in store compared to my normal shop elsewhere than I'd save with the petrol reduction
A loaf of bread and and a pint of milk is about £60 at Sainsbury's so I should get lots of vouchers
Edited by: "joeyjo" 28th Apr
Ghostrecon28/04/2019 17:55

Yeah their fuel is diluted as water. No thanks


OMG, did you actually type these words?
emribena28/04/2019 18:27

Really? I’ve run my car on it for 8 years it’s a diesel never had any pro …Really? I’ve run my car on it for 8 years it’s a diesel never had any problem?


Their fuel is perfectly fine. You’ll always get people who claim supermarket fuel is inherently bad but can’t back it up with anything other than some anecdotes.
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10p is so much better then the 5p nonsense that Tesco and Morrisons have started doing lately.
matwalaboy4 m ago

10p is so much better then the 5p nonsense that Tesco and Morrisons have …10p is so much better then the 5p nonsense that Tesco and Morrisons have started doing lately.


A pity it's went up 5p in the last few weeks.
Guessing it would cost me more spending £60 in store compared to my normal shop elsewhere than I'd save with the petrol reduction
holeymoley182 m ago

Guessing it would cost me more spending £60 in store compared to my normal …Guessing it would cost me more spending £60 in store compared to my normal shop elsewhere than I'd save with the petrol reduction


There's a code for £18 off a £60 spend in the op now too. Depends what you buy I guess
Check the motors in that op photo wouldn't be putting fuel in them rather walk
holeymoley1828/04/2019 14:16

Guessing it would cost me more spending £60 in store compared to my normal …Guessing it would cost me more spending £60 in store compared to my normal shop elsewhere than I'd save with the petrol reduction


If you pick long lasting items on offer at Sainsbury's that you'd buy anyway over a year, then you'll be quids in. But I agree, Sainsbury's mostly manage to charge premium prices for average quality products and combine that with confusing pricing structures and offers.
If you like using super unleaded or premium diesel this is useless. Sainsbury’s fuel is terrible
matwalaboy2 h, 32 m ago

10p is so much better then the 5p nonsense that Tesco and Morrisons have …10p is so much better then the 5p nonsense that Tesco and Morrisons have started doing lately.


Yeah, it's nonsense getting 5p off.
Nonsense.
Nonsense.
Would be good if you would get this 10p off fuel by ordering £60 of shopping, minus the £18 off first shop, making final price £42.
A loaf of bread and and a pint of milk is about £60 at Sainsbury's so I should get lots of vouchers
Edited by: "joeyjo" 28th Apr
And the price of petrol has increased 6p in the last 6 days at my local after being 114p for months, sure they'll creep it up another 4 by the time they give these out. Non deal really!
Yeah their fuel is diluted as water. No thanks
M_z28/04/2019 15:18

If you pick long lasting items on offer at Sainsbury's that you'd buy …If you pick long lasting items on offer at Sainsbury's that you'd buy anyway over a year, then you'll be quids in. But I agree, Sainsbury's mostly manage to charge premium prices for average quality products and combine that with confusing pricing structures and offers.


Dont find them expensive or confusing on price! Very reasonable priced and cheaper than Tesco, plus Nectar points
joeyjo28/04/2019 17:13

A loaf of bread and and a pint of milk is about £60 at Sainsbury's so I …A loaf of bread and and a pint of milk is about £60 at Sainsbury's so I shoudl get lots of vouchers


Dont be silly they arent expensive
Ghostrecon28/04/2019 17:55

Yeah their fuel is diluted as water. No thanks


Really? I’ve run my car on it for 8 years it’s a diesel never had any problem?
emribena28/04/2019 18:27

Really? I’ve run my car on it for 8 years it’s a diesel never had any pro …Really? I’ve run my car on it for 8 years it’s a diesel never had any problem?


Their fuel is perfectly fine. You’ll always get people who claim supermarket fuel is inherently bad but can’t back it up with anything other than some anecdotes.
RobHadiHadfield28/04/2019 18:14

Dont be silly they arent expensive


You are joking, right?

Obviously not THE most expensive, but far from reasonable compared to Morrisons/Asda/Lidl/Aldi
If you need a helping hand hitting the £60, Crave pet food has a try me free promotion, look for stickered packs, currently £6.50, you have to upload a copy of your receipt online to claim the money back. Once per household.
FindMeInBrazil11 m ago

If you need a helping hand hitting the £60, Crave pet food has a try me …If you need a helping hand hitting the £60, Crave pet food has a try me free promotion, look for stickered packs, currently £6.50, you have to upload a copy of your receipt online to claim the money back. Once per household.


Just done this - although we use it as dog treats. It's a good quality free-from food and works out half the price of buying poorer dog treats
Ghostrecon28/04/2019 17:55

Yeah their fuel is diluted as water. No thanks


OMG, did you actually type these words?
vurunsahota2728/04/2019 15:29

If you like using super unleaded or premium diesel this is useless. …If you like using super unleaded or premium diesel this is useless. Sainsbury’s fuel is terrible


rubbish mate. I run a c63 on their super unleaded fuel.
One of the highest ron fuels and much cheaper than V - Power if using regularly!
Well I'm happy with the deal and the petrol so thank you op
kooks658 m ago

Well I'm happy with the deal and the petrol so thank you op


me too, had a points offer on petrol this week as well. I use Sainsburys and the BP garage for fuel
bluecityste28/04/2019 18:57

You are joking, right?Obviously not THE most expensive, but far from …You are joking, right?Obviously not THE most expensive, but far from reasonable compared to Morrisons/Asda/Lidl/Aldi


Camt compare any to Lidl & Aldi they sell
RIp off items. Morrisons ain't bad but Asda not as good as they used to be. Still find Sainsbury's very competitive compared to the other brands. You just have to shop where the offers are
He was talking about milk and bread, no mention of brand items. I would always assume own brand if referring to the basics.

Lidl actually sell quite a bit of branded items, or they do in Norfolk anyway.
for 60 quid I go two times on Lidl or Aldi or Iceland, to make my shopping FOR THE SAME STUFF! some people, they just don't give a penny for what spending! Maybe I'm one of the 10% of that people who really cares what they spending, I want to believe, I'm disciplined when come in discussion how I deal my finance! That's why we are here, to save some penny
I go in Sainsbury, I've seen only people between 45-70 years, you change your store where you make shopping, you will see younger age, till 30 years!
With other words, some people ( and they are millions ) are loial to companies like British Gas, BT, Lloyds etc. on the other side, I use Octopus, OVO, Monzo, Starling, Aldi, Lidl etc.
Ghostrecon3 h, 46 m ago

Yeah their fuel is diluted as water. No thanks


hahahahahaha
I agree that £60 is a lot but I wonder what would happen if I bought clothing and it was not suitable and I'd take it back but had already used the voucher...hmm
pfc4life128/04/2019 19:59

rubbish mate. I run a c63 on their super unleaded fuel.One of the highest …rubbish mate. I run a c63 on their super unleaded fuel.One of the highest ron fuels and much cheaper than V - Power if using regularly!


Oh yeah a Merc C63 definitely needs super unleaded. I mean, I knew Mercedes say normal is fine, but YOU feel the difference on the A34, right?
10p is still only 8% off or so.

Spend £60 to get 8% off another £60.
Total saving= 4%.
If you make the same £60 shop in lidl/asda for £55 or less, its better to do that and pay full price for fuel
cbflazaro129/04/2019 00:06

10p is still only 8% off or so.Spend £60 to get 8% off another £60.Total s …10p is still only 8% off or so.Spend £60 to get 8% off another £60.Total saving= 4%.If you make the same £60 shop in lidl/asda for £55 or less, its better to do that and pay full price for fuel


For my 70litre tank, that’s £7 saved! Couple that with the £18 off and you’re at £25 discount
SomebodE29/04/2019 00:31

For my 70litre tank, that’s £7 saved! Couple that with the £18 off and you …For my 70litre tank, that’s £7 saved! Couple that with the £18 off and you’re at £25 discount


What £18 off?
byzar4 h, 14 m ago

for 60 quid I go two times on Lidl or Aldi or Iceland, to make my shopping …for 60 quid I go two times on Lidl or Aldi or Iceland, to make my shopping FOR THE SAME STUFF! some people, they just don't give a penny for what spending! Maybe I'm one of the 10% of that people who really cares what they spending, I want to believe, I'm disciplined when come in discussion how I deal my finance! That's why we are here, to save some pennyI go in Sainsbury, I've seen only people between 45-70 years, you change your store where you make shopping, you will see younger age, till 30 years! With other words, some people ( and they are millions ) are loial to companies like British Gas, BT, Lloyds etc. on the other side, I use Octopus, OVO, Monzo, Starling, Aldi, Lidl etc.


Exactly. Always suffer when I go to the likes of sainsbury. U need something like a cheap shower gel and the cheapest will be some no name brand runny 100ml stuff for £1. On lidl you can get better quality one 350ml for 39p
Sweet thanks
Does it include argos which is now physically 'in my store' or is it still treated as a separate special offer entity?
RobHadiHadfield28/04/2019 18:13

Dont find them expensive or confusing on price! Very reasonable priced and …Dont find them expensive or confusing on price! Very reasonable priced and cheaper than Tesco, plus Nectar points


Delusional!
In a recent survey they came out more expensive than Waitrose!
Edited by: "Besford" 29th Apr
jsd742 h, 22 m ago

Does it include argos which is now physically 'in my store' or is it still …Does it include argos which is now physically 'in my store' or is it still treated as a separate special offer entity?


No just Sainsburys - if you buy from Argos receipt says Argos needs to be Sainsburys
RobHadiHadfield28/04/2019 20:20

Camt compare any to Lidl & Aldi they sell RIp off items.


I know a few octagenarians that take a similar view. But if you get past that and judge simply on quality alone, you'll find very very few things where Sainsburys are noticeably better, and a surprising number where Sainsburys arent as good. I say this as someone who for years shopped at mainly Sainsburys and was very sceptical about the advantages of Aldi. I also use all supermarkets regularly as they are all equally close. Being rigid about your view will only hurt your own wallet, but we all make our own priorities and choices accordingly - I'm very happy using the money I save on basic items to buy more premium products and more meals out.
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