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£5 off fuel with the Esso app when you spend £10+ when paying via Paypal
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£5 off fuel with the Esso app when you spend £10+ when paying via Paypal

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Refreshed 14th Nov 2018 (Posted 30th Oct 2018)

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Get £5 off fuel when paying with the Esso app using PayPal. How to get this offer: 1) Tap 'Save Offer' and log in to PayPal. Saving the offer constitutes acceptance of the Terms and Conditions. 2) Download the Esso Smartphone App and link your PayPal account. 3) Find a participating Esso Station with Mobile Payment using the app’s Esso station finder. 4) Spend £10 or more on fuel with the Esso App using PayPal. Your credit will be automatically redeemed and shown on your PayPal receipt. This offer automatically expires either on 24th November 2018 or once 16,000 Credits have been saved into customers’ PayPal accounts. See Terms and Conditions for more details.
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reindeer33330/10/2018 18:03

*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans …*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans on fuel promotions such as this, and other similar promotions (e.g Tesco 10p off a litre with a £40 spend...) should be imposed. It seems ridiculous that using petrol/diesel is still getting promoted. Paypal could have offered companies who actually require fuel (e.g NHS, Police etc...) this offer rather than Joe Blogs who just drives to Tesco to get his meal deal, and offered everyone else £5 off £10 train/bus vouchers etc...Good deal regardless for those who need fuel as a necessity.


I will cycle to my Esso and fill up with 8L in a jerrycan and 'decant' into one of my vehicles when back home.
reindeer33330/10/2018 18:03

*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans …*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans on fuel promotions such as this, and other similar promotions (e.g Tesco 10p off a litre with a £40 spend...) should be imposed. It seems ridiculous that using petrol/diesel is still getting promoted. Paypal could have offered companies who actually require fuel (e.g NHS, Police etc...) this offer rather than Joe Blogs who just drives to Tesco to get his meal deal, and offered everyone else £5 off £10 train/bus vouchers etc...Good deal regardless for those who need fuel as a necessity.



Climate change won't be affected positively by banning small short term fuel promotions in a country that only produces 1 percent of the world's total CO2 emissions.

Go and talk to China and the USA for the combined 45 percent of their share. The foreseeable future of this planet's climate rests almost entirely on their lead. Or lack thereof. You're talking about us putting the plug back in the bath on a sinking car ferry while the USA and China refuse to close the loading doors.

I can't say you'll have more effect but at least we don't have to pretend that your suggestion can make a difference.
Brilliant, did this last time and it’s valid again. Got a few different PayPal accounts so will rinse and repeat (not condoning washing your hair in petrol btw)
reindeer33330/10/2018 18:03

*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans …*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans on fuel promotions such as this, and other similar promotions (e.g Tesco 10p off a litre with a £40 spend...) should be imposed. It seems ridiculous that using petrol/diesel is still getting promoted. Paypal could have offered companies who actually require fuel (e.g NHS, Police etc...) this offer rather than Joe Blogs who just drives to Tesco to get his meal deal, and offered everyone else £5 off £10 train/bus vouchers etc...Good deal regardless for those who need fuel as a necessity.


Try googling the environmental impact of gaming, then look back at your deals.
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Brilliant, did this last time and it’s valid again. Got a few different PayPal accounts so will rinse and repeat (not condoning washing your hair in petrol btw)
*Controversial post*

Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans on fuel promotions such as this, and other similar promotions (e.g Tesco 10p off a litre with a £40 spend...) should be imposed. It seems ridiculous that using petrol/diesel is still getting promoted. Paypal could have offered companies who actually require fuel (e.g NHS, Police etc...) this offer rather than Joe Blogs who just drives to Tesco to get his meal deal, and offered everyone else £5 off £10 train/bus vouchers etc...

Good deal regardless for those who need fuel as a necessity.
Edited by: "reindeer333" 30th Oct 2018
reindeer33330/10/2018 18:03

*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans …*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans on fuel promotions such as this, and other similar promotions (e.g Tesco 10p off a litre with a £40 spend...) should be imposed. It seems ridiculous that using petrol/diesel is still getting promoted. Paypal could have offered companies who actually require fuel (e.g NHS, Police etc...) this offer rather than Joe Blogs who just drives to Tesco to get his meal deal, and offered everyone else £5 off £10 train/bus vouchers etc...Good deal regardless for those who need fuel as a necessity.


I will cycle to my Esso and fill up with 8L in a jerrycan and 'decant' into one of my vehicles when back home.
karlie882 m ago

I will cycle to my Esso and fill up with 8L in a jerrycan and 'decant' …I will cycle to my Esso and fill up with 8L in a jerrycan and 'decant' into one of my vehicles when back home.


I hope your home is not near the coast - it will most likely be gone in 20 years! Ah nevermind I'll just drive go to get my Diet Coke from Asda 500m away!
reindeer33310 m ago

*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans …*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans on fuel promotions such as this, and other similar promotions (e.g Tesco 10p off a litre with a £40 spend...) should be imposed. It seems ridiculous that using petrol/diesel is still getting promoted. Paypal could have offered companies who actually require fuel (e.g NHS, Police etc...) this offer rather than Joe Blogs who just drives to Tesco to get his meal deal, and offered everyone else £5 off £10 train/bus vouchers etc...Good deal regardless for those who need fuel as a necessity.


I’m sure the whales won’t mind as long as we are saving a fiver.
Thanks
Cheers op. Missed out on this last time.
Nearest Esso station with mobile app payment facility is 15 miles from me and nowhere near where I normally go so probably won't use... Hot anyway.
thx
reindeer33330/10/2018 18:03

*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans …*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans on fuel promotions such as this, and other similar promotions (e.g Tesco 10p off a litre with a £40 spend...) should be imposed. It seems ridiculous that using petrol/diesel is still getting promoted. Paypal could have offered companies who actually require fuel (e.g NHS, Police etc...) this offer rather than Joe Blogs who just drives to Tesco to get his meal deal, and offered everyone else £5 off £10 train/bus vouchers etc...Good deal regardless for those who need fuel as a necessity.



Climate change won't be affected positively by banning small short term fuel promotions in a country that only produces 1 percent of the world's total CO2 emissions.

Go and talk to China and the USA for the combined 45 percent of their share. The foreseeable future of this planet's climate rests almost entirely on their lead. Or lack thereof. You're talking about us putting the plug back in the bath on a sinking car ferry while the USA and China refuse to close the loading doors.

I can't say you'll have more effect but at least we don't have to pretend that your suggestion can make a difference.
Not showing for me. Boo.
Just 400 club card points on first fill.
Edited by: "ssc1" 30th Oct 2018
ssc130/10/2018 18:29

Not showing for me. Boo.Just 400 club card points on first fill.


This is a PayPal offer - you need to add it to your PayPal account and then pay using that method using your Esso app.
karlie882 m ago

This is a PayPal offer - you need to add it to your PayPal account and …This is a PayPal offer - you need to add it to your PayPal account and then pay using that method using your Esso app.


Got it thanks.
I went straight to the app searching there.
Edited by: "ssc1" 30th Oct 2018
Thanks OP, have saved to my Paypal wallet.

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vulcanproject30/10/2018 18:29

Climate change won't be affected positively by banning small short term …Climate change won't be affected positively by banning small short term fuel promotions in a country that only produces 1 percent of the world's total CO2 emissions.Go and talk to China and the USA for the combined 45 percent of their share. The foreseeable future of this planet's climate rests almost entirely on their lead. Or lack thereof. You're talking about us putting the plug back in the bath on a sinking car ferry while the USA and China refuse to close the loading doors.I can't say you'll have more effect but at least we don't have to pretend that your suggestion can make a difference.


Yes, but 1% still equates to 398,524kt emitted per year. The emissions per capita tells another story and the UK (6.2t) ranks very close to China (7.7t) and is ahead of countries such as Italy and France. Every country has to do their part, it is poor to say that just because the UK only emits 1% of global C02 emissions, no sizeable effort should be put into reducing emissions, 398,524kt is still a colossal amount to be emitting a year. Yes you are correct though, the future of the planet currently depends heavily on China and the US, but also newly developing countries (notably the MINT countries)
reindeer33311 m ago

Yes, but 1% still equates to 398,524kt emitted per year. The emissions …Yes, but 1% still equates to 398,524kt emitted per year. The emissions per capita tells another story and the UK (6.2t) ranks very close to China (7.7t) and is ahead of countries such as Italy and France. Every country has to do their part, it is poor to say that just because the UK only emits 1% of global C02 emissions, no sizeable effort should be put into reducing emissions, 398,524kt is still a colossal amount to be emitting a year. Yes you are correct though, the future of the planet currently depends heavily on China and the US, but also newly developing countries (notably the MINT countries)



Where did I say make no effort? I just pointed out that you should focus your energies better than this post.

As for the per capita stats, the UK is actually below the European average for emissions, it's better than the majority. This is something to be noted because it's already ahead on that count as a fully developed country. China isn't remotely as developed overall and that means their per capita is only going one way.

In short it's nearly all down to the biggest emitters to effect the most changes. I don't want to see Bristol underwater in just 30-40 years but if that is what the USA wants then that is what the USA gets.
Nice one, have some heat
Free petrol
lucas30/10/2018 17:59

Brilliant, did this last time and it’s valid again. Got a few different P …Brilliant, did this last time and it’s valid again. Got a few different PayPal accounts so will rinse and repeat (not condoning washing your hair in petrol btw)


It works if you have multiple emails and just one PayPal account. Just setup a new Esso account each time ftw
cdjp_photography30/10/2018 19:04

It works if you have multiple emails and just one PayPal account. Just …It works if you have multiple emails and just one PayPal account. Just setup a new Esso account each time ftw


I was wondering if that would work, thanks for the heads up
lucas46 s ago

I was wondering if that would work, thanks for the heads up


No worries that’s how I got around it the last time, a lot quicker than keep setting up separate PayPal accounts. But if you’ve got them already then you’re already setup :))
I also did this last time using 4 different PayPal accounts.
Problem is just did a full tank due to necar swipe and win.
Edited by: "rimalpatel007" 30th Oct 2018
cdjp_photography30/10/2018 19:04

It works if you have multiple emails and just one PayPal account. Just …It works if you have multiple emails and just one PayPal account. Just setup a new Esso account each time ftw


I would have thought that redeeming the offer would make it no longer available on the same PayPal account? Just to clarify that last time you used the same PayPal account on different Esso app accounts and managed to get a fiver's worth of free fuel each time?
Does the payment come off your credit balance if have one or automatically off your bank?
karlie8830/10/2018 19:57

I would have thought that redeeming the offer would make it no longer …I would have thought that redeeming the offer would make it no longer available on the same PayPal account? Just to clarify that last time you used the same PayPal account on different Esso app accounts and managed to get a fiver's worth of free fuel each time?


Yes last year I was using the same PayPal but a different account for the esso app each time
Awesome Op
If you link your Tesco Clubcard, you also earn double points and also 400 bonus points on your 1st (200 points) and 5th (200 points) Esso app purchase. Applies to fills of 30 litres or more.
rimalpatel00730/10/2018 19:55

I also did this last time using 4 didn't PayPal accounts.Problem is just …I also did this last time using 4 didn't PayPal accounts.Problem is just did a full tank due to necar swipe and win.



I also have 4 different paypal accounts for each family member, how do we use this then ?
Obviously download the app to the phone and link 1st pp account, then do we delete the app and start over or do we just link a 2nd , 3rd and 4th pp account to the same app ?
thanks in advance for any advice
What an absolute Farce! Followed all the instructions accepted PayPal offer, registered for Esso App, went to Esso put petrol in went back to the app only to say transaction was cancelled. The entire process of using the app then putting petrol in took 5min it would much quicker to just pay at the till.
Edited by: "ilikedeals21" 30th Oct 2018
rooney1036 m ago

I also have 4 different paypal accounts for each family member, how do we …I also have 4 different paypal accounts for each family member, how do we use this then ? Obviously download the app to the phone and link 1st pp account, then do we delete the app and start over or do we just link a 2nd , 3rd and 4th pp account to the same app ?thanks in advance for any advice


I guess You need 4 esso accounts to use 4 paypal discounts. Correct me if i am wrong.
rooney1030/10/2018 20:52

I also have 4 different paypal accounts for each family member, how do we …I also have 4 different paypal accounts for each family member, how do we use this then ? Obviously download the app to the phone and link 1st pp account, then do we delete the app and start over or do we just link a 2nd , 3rd and 4th pp account to the same app ?thanks in advance for any advice


save the offer on payapl
download the esso app
link paypal to esso on the esso app
on the esso confirm your station and wait instruction to fill
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reindeer3333 h, 41 m ago

*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans …*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans on fuel promotions such as this, and other similar promotions (e.g Tesco 10p off a litre with a £40 spend...) should be imposed. It seems ridiculous that using petrol/diesel is still getting promoted. Paypal could have offered companies who actually require fuel (e.g NHS, Police etc...) this offer rather than Joe Blogs who just drives to Tesco to get his meal deal, and offered everyone else £5 off £10 train/bus vouchers etc...Good deal regardless for those who need fuel as a necessity.


I hope the electronic device you used to post your comment is powered by butterfly farts.
reindeer3334 h, 24 m ago

*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans …*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans on fuel promotions such as this, and other similar promotions (e.g Tesco 10p off a litre with a £40 spend...) should be imposed. It seems ridiculous that using petrol/diesel is still getting promoted. Paypal could have offered companies who actually require fuel (e.g NHS, Police etc...) this offer rather than Joe Blogs who just drives to Tesco to get his meal deal, and offered everyone else £5 off £10 train/bus vouchers etc...Good deal regardless for those who need fuel as a necessity.


I think in a democracy the freedom to driver ones car to do some pointless shopping (ironically due to HUKD) should be celebrated not frowned upon. Emergency services all paid for by taxation so rest easy.
Edited by: "Vatman95" 30th Oct 2018
reindeer33330/10/2018 18:03

*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans …*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans on fuel promotions such as this, and other similar promotions (e.g Tesco 10p off a litre with a £40 spend...) should be imposed. It seems ridiculous that using petrol/diesel is still getting promoted. Paypal could have offered companies who actually require fuel (e.g NHS, Police etc...) this offer rather than Joe Blogs who just drives to Tesco to get his meal deal, and offered everyone else £5 off £10 train/bus vouchers etc...Good deal regardless for those who need fuel as a necessity.


Try googling the environmental impact of gaming, then look back at your deals.
Anyone tested this?
reindeer3334 h, 49 m ago

*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans …*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans on fuel promotions such as this, and other similar promotions (e.g Tesco 10p off a litre with a £40 spend...) should be imposed. It seems ridiculous that using petrol/diesel is still getting promoted. Paypal could have offered companies who actually require fuel (e.g NHS, Police etc...) this offer rather than Joe Blogs who just drives to Tesco to get his meal deal, and offered everyone else £5 off £10 train/bus vouchers etc...Good deal regardless for those who need fuel as a necessity.


Most people need fuel to survive !
Guys recent comments are off topic, let's stay on point and feedback experiences etc
RickPC30/10/2018 22:47

Anyone tested this?


Yes. Worked perfectly for me.
Just make sure you start the app and payment process BEFORE filling up. Just like with Pay at Pump.
The £5 cashback is shown on the receipt you get emailed from PayPal (not the Esso receipt).
I also got double Tesco Clubcard points due to the current promo and another 200 bonus points for my first app transaction so all in all a great deal!
Hot. Thanks OP
reindeer3335 h, 25 m ago

*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans …*Controversial post*Surely if we are trying to tackle climate change bans on fuel promotions such as this, and other similar promotions (e.g Tesco 10p off a litre with a £40 spend...) should be imposed. It seems ridiculous that using petrol/diesel is still getting promoted. Paypal could have offered companies who actually require fuel (e.g NHS, Police etc...) this offer rather than Joe Blogs who just drives to Tesco to get his meal deal, and offered everyone else £5 off £10 train/bus vouchers etc...Good deal regardless for those who need fuel as a necessity.



And yet the worlds 15 largest container ships cause more pollution than the world's 760 million cars combined...might be looking in the wrong place for blame.

cargo ships are the world’s worst polluters, so how can they be made to go green? Read more at: https://inews.co.uk/news/long-reads/cargo-container-shipping-carbon-pollution/

We've not even thought about the pollution from Aeroplanes, Trucks and Trains but I digress...
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