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10p off per litre when you spend £20 in store @ BP
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10p off per litre when you spend £20 in store @ BP

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Posted 8th AprLocal
Customers who spend £20 or more in store (exclusions apply*) will receive 10 pence per litre off their BP petrol or diesel fuel purchase.

Available in all BP with M&S Simply Food and stand-alone BP Connect sites

* Offer excludes all fuel cards, transactions via the Bpme app, fuel, tobacco and related products, baby food, National Lottery tickets, stamps and mobile phone Top-up card purchases. Offer ends 07/05/2019. Voucher instantly redeemable at participating BP service stations and may not be used in conjunction with any other fuel promotion.
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Nice. Bought a bag of McCoy's crisps and got money off of my petrol...
Really only 2p off seeing as BP are 8p more expensive than other nearby petrol stations.
Yas34 m ago

Really only 2p off seeing as BP are 8p more expensive than other nearby …Really only 2p off seeing as BP are 8p more expensive than other nearby petrol stations.


Plus items are more expensive than other places
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Really only 2p off seeing as BP are 8p more expensive than other nearby petrol stations.
Yas34 m ago

Really only 2p off seeing as BP are 8p more expensive than other nearby …Really only 2p off seeing as BP are 8p more expensive than other nearby petrol stations.


Plus items are more expensive than other places
Nice. Bought a bag of McCoy's crisps and got money off of my petrol...
Yas08/04/2019 09:08

Really only 2p off seeing as BP are 8p more expensive than other nearby …Really only 2p off seeing as BP are 8p more expensive than other nearby petrol stations.


But much better fuel!
My local Morrisons is 113.4 unleaded
My car will only accept low sulphur diesel so supermarket petrol stations are a no go!
Yas08/04/2019 09:08

Really only 2p off seeing as BP are 8p more expensive than other nearby …Really only 2p off seeing as BP are 8p more expensive than other nearby petrol stations.


Lately BP are cheaper than shell around my area and within a 25 mile radius. Im not sure why, BP are usually more expensive.
Here for Diesel at Tesco its £126.9.. BP is £136.9.

Realistically I'm saving absolutely nothing
J4GG408/04/2019 15:39

Im not sure why, BP are usually more expensive.


The person I spoke to at a BP petrol station reckons BP fuel has additives added. Its supposedly better for your cars engine and general engine longevity. Supermarket fuel is "apparently" basic ,with no additives added to the fuel. For this BP charge more.....
So 10p per litre off at BP means it becomes the same price as other petrol stations then?
T4yorks19 m ago

The person I spoke to at a BP petrol station reckons BP fuel has additives …The person I spoke to at a BP petrol station reckons BP fuel has additives added. Its supposedly better for your cars engine and general engine longevity. Supermarket fuel is "apparently" basic ,with no additives added to the fuel. For this BP charge more.....


It's true but we aren't taking about supermarket fuels here. I'm talking about shell, which is as good as BP.
Do the Maths, I would agree that BP is generally around 8p more expensive than the other Cheaper Stations. So spend £20 gets you 10p off per litre on your next fill, 10p minus the 8p you would have saved by not using the Cheaper Stations means you save 2p per liter, 20 quid divided by 2p is 1000, fill up 1000 litres on you next fill and your at break even point (ie you got your £20 spend back) can your Car hold 1000 liters in one fill up.

Or look at it another way, fill up 1000 liters over time by using the cheaper Station and youve just saved yourself £80 by not using BP in the first place.
So what additives are in BP 95 octane compared to Asda's 95 octane?
Doesn't seem to exclude adblue? Buy 30l (if you have 3 spare adblue cans) then get 10p off fuel.
zirk08/04/2019 18:06

Do the Maths, I would agree that BP is generally around 8p more expensive …Do the Maths, I would agree that BP is generally around 8p more expensive than the other Cheaper Stations. So spend £20 gets you 10p off per litre on your next fill, 10p minus the 8p you would have saved by not using the Cheaper Stations means you save 2p per liter, 20 quid divided by 2p is 1000, fill up 1000 litres on you next fill and your at break even point (ie you got your £20 spend back) can your Car hold 1000 liters in one fill up.Or look at it another way, fill up 1000 liters over time by using the cheaper Station and youve just saved yourself £80 by not using BP in the first place.


don't forget you get about 4 quid worth of shopping, so realistically you would only need 800 litres to break even
Elbandito10/04/2019 15:17

don't forget you get about 4 quid worth of shopping, so realistically you …don't forget you get about 4 quid worth of shopping, so realistically you would only need 800 litres to break even


The £4 worth of shopping you can get for £1-2 elsewhere.
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