5p off a litre with BP, spending £10 instore M&S Simply food
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5p off a litre with BP, spending £10 instore M&S Simply food

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Found 20th Mar 2013
From 19th March until 7th May you can save at the pump every time you shop with BP. All you have to do is spend £10 or more in one of our M&S Simply Food at BP stores and we’ll give you 5p a litre off fuel. So, whether you’re picking up groceries, lunch or your favourite snacks you’ll enjoy money off filling up. It’s the perfect reason to visit us today.

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Does anyone know if you would be be to stack these?? e.g. get multiple coupons and use them all at once, or are they one per transaction?

One per transaction, should include the sites that it applies to..I would have voted this hot but you can get a cheaper option if you buy tear and share or wrigleys, so cold for me

BP usually seem to be generally more expensive than other local stations so will not use them.

Anyone know if alcohol is excluded (£1 Tuborg)?

Mulva42

One per transaction, should include the sites that it applies to..I would … One per transaction, should include the sites that it applies to..I would have voted this hot but you can get a cheaper option if you buy tear and share or wrigleys, so cold for me



You voted cold despite posting the same deal a few months ago - strange.

hotukdeals.com/dea…433

or is it just a reaction to your BP sweetie deal getting voted cold?

hotukdeals.com/dea…811

The difference between the two deals is that for your deal you have to buy sweets at an inflated price (compared to the supermarket prices) to get the discount while with this deal you are buying many things at normal M&S prices, although granted many of the M&S special deals aren't available on the forecourt.


the engineer

You voted cold despite posting the same deal a few months ago - … You voted cold despite posting the same deal a few months ago - strange.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/5p-a-litre-bp-when-spend-10-m-s-1393433#commentsor is it just a reaction to your BP sweetie deal getting voted cold?http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/5p-discount-off-per-litre-petrol-diesel-lpg-autogas-bp-buying-two-packs-sweets-1505811The difference between the two deals is that for your deal you have to buy sweets at an inflated price (compared to the supermarket prices) to get the discount while with this deal you are buying many things at normal M&S prices, although granted many of the M&S special deals aren't available on the forecourt.


Not the same deal, can you read? this deal is for M&S spend a tenner the one I posted you dont need to spend £10, ooh and my sweetie deal went on after I voted cold, look at the times, Mmmmm were do HUKD get some members from..Regarding your troll through my history, you are correct I did post the same deal but the sweetie deal wasnt available then. And to point out that at least i am man enough to explain why I voted cold not like some, Isnt that correct mr paper engineer Jog on troll
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Edited by: "Mulva42" 20th Mar 2013

Mulva42

Not the same deal, can you read? this deal is for M&S spend a tenner the … Not the same deal, can you read? this deal is for M&S spend a tenner the one I posted you dont need to spend £10, ooh and my sweetie deal went on after I voted cold, look at the times, Mmmmm were do HUKD get some members from..Regarding your troll through my history, you are correct I did post the same deal but the sweetie deal wasnt available then. And to point out that at least i am man enough to explain why I voted cold not like some, Isnt that correct mr paper engineer Jog on troll ;)..



Not worthy of a response but I am curious what a paper engineer is ?

In the context that you have used it in, I assume you don't mean the following

en.wikipedia.org/wik…ing

My BP is cheaper than Tesco etc so i always use it and get better performance and mpg i find but it doesn't have and M&S built onto it but good deal anyway

If you add the fact that BP are pretty universally the most expensive fuel stations to the high cost of most products in these M&S stores (even higher than the high street stores I suspect) I think you'd struggle to make any kind of 'deal' out of this.

memnoch1976

My BP is cheaper than Tesco etc so i always use it and get better … My BP is cheaper than Tesco etc so i always use it and get better performance and mpg i find but it doesn't have and M&S built onto it but good deal anyway



That's a very rare BP station (and/or Tesco station?). Where are we talking about?

eg locally I have Tesco, Sainsbury's, Shell and BP in competition - except that BP doesn't seem to understand competition. Pretty much always 4-5p more than the others (which are usually within 1p of each other). Can only assume it's mostly company money being spent with BP, plus a few WAGs in their 4x4s!

I just saved 8p/litre off the much lower Sainsbury's price by spending £20 on clothing - but that's still less than a fiver in my large car. Every saving is worthwhile but these fuel 'deals' do seem to attract a lot of emotional rather than rational voting.
Edited by: "Besford" 20th Mar 2013

Banned

when m&s do meal deals the one at the bp garage usually does it for a bit more so if u could buy the meal deal then get 5p off a litre its a good deal

Remember that supermarket fuel isn't as good for your car & mpg as branded fuel like Esso, Shell etc

Clerik

Remember that supermarket fuel isn't as good for your car & mpg as … Remember that supermarket fuel isn't as good for your car & mpg as branded fuel like Esso, Shell etc

There may have been issues in the past (many years ago with Tesco!), but unless you can give conclusive current proof for like for like fuel, don't scare monger, please

Clerik

Remember that supermarket fuel isn't as good for your car & mpg as … Remember that supermarket fuel isn't as good for your car & mpg as branded fuel like Esso, Shell etc



Simply not true. Urban myth.

Besford

If you add the fact that BP are pretty universally the most expensive … If you add the fact that BP are pretty universally the most expensive fuel stations to the high cost of most products in these M&S stores (even higher than the high street stores I suspect) I think you'd struggle to make any kind of 'deal' out of this.



Have to agree, my BP is way dearer than all the others around and their M&S concessions ain't exactly cheap so not hot from me

Just checked for my area (Birmingham) and there is only one BP station within the entire area that is participating in this offer and only 5 within about 30 miles or so. Forget it!!

Besford

That's a very rare BP station (and/or Tesco station?). Where are we … That's a very rare BP station (and/or Tesco station?). Where are we talking about?eg locally I have Tesco, Sainsbury's, Shell and BP in competition - except that BP doesn't seem to understand competition. Pretty much always 4-5p more than the others (which are usually within 1p of each other). Can only assume it's mostly company money being spent with BP, plus a few WAGs in their 4x4s! I just saved 8p/litre off the much lower Sainsbury's price by spending £20 on clothing - but that's still less than a fiver in my large car. Every saving is worthwhile but these fuel 'deals' do seem to attract a lot of emotional rather than rational voting.



I'm in Worcester usually a penny cheaper than tesco etc, and also as said better mpg etc too

memnoch1976

I'm in Worcester usually a penny cheaper than tesco etc, and also as said … I'm in Worcester usually a penny cheaper than tesco etc, and also as said better mpg etc too



So how much is your BP at the moment - and your 'Tesco etc"? I ask because I've honestly NEVER seen a competitively priced BP station and have to wonder whether it's BP or Tesco who are out of line. Is it actually one of the Esso stations attached to a Tesco Express, which would explain it?

I have a good friend who was a loyal BP employee for over 30 years but even he agrees they are too expensive.

The mpg myth has been disproven in numerous objective tests.

Edited by: "Besford" 21st Mar 2013

Shame the local BP is 5p more expensive than anywhere else.

Tesco's gives me 50-60miles less per full tank than any other petrol supplier including the other supermarkets, so if you have a local BP and this brings down the price for you then good deal for you luckly for me I have a massive choice to choose from and they are all always cheaper than both Tesco and BP

Our local BP is the most expensive in the area, and its Londis and Co-op thats attached to ours too.

jocksteeluk

Tesco's gives me 50-60miles less per full tank than any other petrol … Tesco's gives me 50-60miles less per full tank than any other petrol supplier including the other supermarkets, so if you have a local BP and this brings down the price for you then good deal for you luckly for me I have a massive choice to choose from and they are all always cheaper than both Tesco and BP



As long as you're happy!

Besford

Simply not true. Urban myth.



lol its not an urban myth, i work at Essar terminal in Stanlow.

Clerik

lol its not an urban myth, i work at Essar terminal in Stanlow.



Whatever that is! Are you saying it's a rural myth then?

Besford

Whatever that is! Are you saying it's a rural myth then?



You just keep filling up with the supermarket fuel

Clerik

You just keep filling up with the supermarket fuel



Eh?

Can't justify the deal here spending £10 in a store I wouldn't normally go to, to get £2.25 back on 45 litres which is my cars tank full

jocksteeluk

Tesco's gives me 50-60miles less per full tank than any other petrol … Tesco's gives me 50-60miles less per full tank than any other petrol supplier including the other supermarkets, so if you have a local BP and this brings down the price for you then good deal for you luckly for me I have a massive choice to choose from and they are all always cheaper than both Tesco and BP

What kind of fuel are you filling up with, 2* ? I'm not disbelieving you, but then I reckon your car must have a personality that is anti-Tesco (_;) No, really if that is the case you ought to report your Tesco station to your local TSO and get the fuel quality checked out
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