5p Off Every Litre Of Fuel When Spending £40 Instore at Morrisons
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5p Off Every Litre Of Fuel When Spending £40 Instore at Morrisons

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LocalFound 22nd May 2017
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Available from 22/5 - 29/5

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jaydeeuk1

Do mine online via ocado and amazon, life's too short to spend to spend … Do mine online via ocado and amazon, life's too short to spend to spend hours walking around Morrison's, kids in tow, and then lumping all shopping in the car, and then unload all in to the house. Much easier to have someone deliver it straight to the kitchen.Only asking because if they can be stacked, it's potentially free petrol again like the old voucher scheme deal I used and abused.



​life's too short to buy your food from a shop, but not too short to go to that same shop, buy electricals, take them home, travel back to the shop, get refund on electricals, all to save £2.50????? wow
jaydeeuk1

Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund. Can these be stacked … Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund. Can these be stacked like you could with the fuel save scheme?



Wow... So many scrubs on this site! Always looking to take take take.
WOW!! You spend £40 in-store at Morrisons' prices and you can save a massive £2.50 (assuming you fill a 50-litre fuel tank).
jaydeeuk1

Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund. Can these be stacked … Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund. Can these be stacked like you could with the fuel save scheme?


Or you know, you could just do your weekly shop instead?
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My Morrisons petrol station had both unleashed and diesel at 112.7p per litre
Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund.

Can these be stacked like you could with the fuel save scheme?
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 22nd May 2017
jaydeeuk1

Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund. Can these be stacked … Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund. Can these be stacked like you could with the fuel save scheme?


Or you know, you could just do your weekly shop instead?
Bossworld

Or you know, you could just do your weekly shop instead?



Do mine online via ocado and amazon, life's too short to spend to spend hours walking around Morrison's, kids in tow, and then lumping all shopping in the car, and then unload all in to the house. Much easier to have someone deliver it straight to the kitchen.

Only asking because if they can be stacked, it's potentially free petrol again like the old voucher scheme deal I used and abused.


jaydeeuk1

Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund. Can these be stacked … Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund. Can these be stacked like you could with the fuel save scheme?



Wow... So many scrubs on this site! Always looking to take take take.
delboyd

Wow... So many scrubs on this site! Always looking to take take take.



Hate the game, not the player.
jaydeeuk1 are you sure that 'Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund.' isn't theft?
delboyd

Wow... So many scrubs on this site! Always looking to take take take.



​Get off you high horse delboyd or I'll take the legs of your horse. I've seen on countless threads you judging people.
WOW!! You spend £40 in-store at Morrisons' prices and you can save a massive £2.50 (assuming you fill a 50-litre fuel tank).
I can't believe the negativety on this site, this is a good deal for me and some others so thanks for posting
Thanks op. Heat added.
Tucalito as you say Morrisons are hardly puting them selves out. Not being a Morrisons customer I can't judge their prices, how ever if you buy £40 of items on promotion or reduced because of the use by date or the item being a bit bashed, you'll get more for your £40. delboyd might be able to include some carrots for his **high** horse
Does anyone know how long the voucher is valid for....do you have to use it this week? As I've just filled up lol. X
congrevecv

jaydeeuk1 are you sure that 'Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and … jaydeeuk1 are you sure that 'Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund.' isn't theft?


Lol, theft... Businesses including supermarkets are not your friend, they are for profit, that is their only objective. Take advantage of every loop hole.
mikesloper in the friend-liest possible way, if Supermarkets loose to much because people 'Take advantage of every loop hole' or thieve they'll only look for ways to recover the loss/es, possibly fewer or poorer offers. What goes around, comes around
jaydeeuk1

Do mine online via ocado and amazon, life's too short to spend to spend … Do mine online via ocado and amazon, life's too short to spend to spend hours walking around Morrison's, kids in tow, and then lumping all shopping in the car, and then unload all in to the house. Much easier to have someone deliver it straight to the kitchen.Only asking because if they can be stacked, it's potentially free petrol again like the old voucher scheme deal I used and abused.



​life's too short to buy your food from a shop, but not too short to go to that same shop, buy electricals, take them home, travel back to the shop, get refund on electricals, all to save £2.50????? wow
mikesloper

Lol, theft... Businesses including supermarkets are not your friend, they … Lol, theft... Businesses including supermarkets are not your friend, they are for profit, that is their only objective. Take advantage of every loop hole.


On the assumption you work for a living, do you expect to be paid, ie make a profit for working?
anyone know if gift voucher purchases are excluded from £40 spend?
qbs Most if not every one is out to get the best reward for what ever they do for a living
Which? have just listed Morrisons as 100th out of 100 retail outlets - and I'm not surprised. The real laugh is that a lot of their customers consider it upmarket on Aldi and Lidl!
Newbold

Which? have just listed Morrisons as 100th out of 100 retail outlets - … Which? have just listed Morrisons as 100th out of 100 retail outlets - and I'm not surprised. The real laugh is that a lot of their customers consider it upmarket on Aldi and Lidl!



indeed, spend £40 at aldi OR lidl and save way more than the £2.50 morrisons offer you:) AND have way better quality produce for your money
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jaydeeuk1

Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund. Can these be stacked … Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund. Can these be stacked like you could with the fuel save scheme?



​i wouldn't bother !
i bought a iron which was crap and gave no steam (everyone has their own taste) and i had to argue for a refund which was embarrassing
Marchant91

Get off you high horse delboyd or I'll take the legs of your horse. I've … Get off you high horse delboyd or I'll take the legs of your horse. I've seen on countless threads you judging people.



Ah yes, on a high horse for judging those intending to defraud.
We regulary shop at morrisons but im a bit of a fuel snob and won't use supermarket fuel, but a good deal if you will.
Not off every litre. Last time I used it I filled up 120 litres but they said it was only valid on the first 100 litres.
marty-401

Not off every litre. Last time I used it I filled up 120 litres but they … Not off every litre. Last time I used it I filled up 120 litres but they said it was only valid on the first 100 litres.



​120 litres? Do you drive an 18-wheeler?
What's Morrisons fuel like? Heard they use the maximum amount of bio derived components in it?
morpheus

life's too short to buy your food from a shop, but not too short to go to … life's too short to buy your food from a shop, but not too short to go to that same shop, buy electricals, take them home, travel back to the shop, get refund on electricals, all to save £2.50????? wow



Can you only use one voucher at a time? On the old fuel save scheme back when petrol was £1.30+ a litre I used to buy £1300 worth of 3v cards over 4 or 5 transactions, transfer money back to my account and then use the 5 vouchers to get free fuel up to 100 litres or about 2 cars worth. This lasted 14 months. If you can only use one per transaction this time then it's a moot point, although just realised it excludes online ordering. Thought I could order 20x £40 items separately, then taken them straight down to morrisons for a refund and fill up with petrol whilst there.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 22nd May 2017
doctorblue

What's Morrisons fuel like? Heard they use the maximum amount of bio … What's Morrisons fuel like? Heard they use the maximum amount of bio derived components in it?



It's awful, last time I used it was probably 5 years ago and I saved 3-4p per litre but my mpg was a good 5 down, engine was rough and didn't pull well plus the smoke made it look like Q had fitted a smokescreen button to my car! Never again
m3gt2

It's awful, last time I used it was probably 5 years ago and I saved 3-4p … It's awful, last time I used it was probably 5 years ago and I saved 3-4p per litre but my mpg was a good 5 down, engine was rough and didn't pull well plus the smoke made it look like Q had fitted a smokescreen button to my car! Never again


Imagination.
jaydeeuk1

Do mine online via ocado and amazon, life's too short to spend to spend … Do mine online via ocado and amazon, life's too short to spend to spend hours walking around Morrison's, kids in tow, and then lumping all shopping in the car, and then unload all in to the house. Much easier to have someone deliver it straight to the kitchen.Only asking because if they can be stacked, it's potentially free petrol again like the old voucher scheme deal I used and abused.


Agree life is too short to drive to a petrol station, get out of car and have to fill tank. Then I might even have to go and queue up to pay if the pump will not take my card. So much easier to get my chauffeur to do that for me. I even get him to carry me out of the house and into the car when I am being extra lazy.
Never got these... so you spend more on food... only to get about £1.50 off your petrol (for 30 litres) that's cheaper elsewhere. Morrisons will soon get you paying more than £1.50 on your food products for sure!
ashuk

Never got these... so you spend more on food... only to get about £1.50 … Never got these... so you spend more on food... only to get about £1.50 off your petrol (for 30 litres) that's cheaper elsewhere. Morrisons will soon get you paying more than £1.50 on your food products for sure!


If you shop at Morrisons then its a no brainer. They also nearly always have the lowest priced petrol in my area according to petrolprices.com
Anyone else find these deals a complete con? It's not exactly much of a saving. Plus if you're going out of your way you'll burn that saving any way.
hot. tesco needs to do same. T
ollie87

Anyone else find these deals a complete con? It's not exactly much of a … Anyone else find these deals a complete con? It's not exactly much of a saving. Plus if you're going out of your way you'll burn that saving any way.


Yes - they're all a total con, because they're always from overpriced supermarkets.

£40 at a major supermarket = around £28 at Aldi or Lidl. That's £12 wasted - unless you buy at least 240 litres of fuel, and that's not allowed anyway!
Newbold

Yes - they're all a total con, because they're always from overpriced … Yes - they're all a total con, because they're always from overpriced supermarkets. £40 at a major supermarket = around £28 at Aldi or Lidl. That's £12 wasted - unless you buy at least 240 litres of fuel, and that's not allowed anyway!



I don't find any supermarket overpriced compared to others. If I shop at Aldi or Lidl I usually end up spending about the same, except I can't get some of the stuff I want, so have to go elsewhere.

Ocado for me, just as cheap, don't have to leave the house, can get pretty much what ever I fancy cooking in the next week. Meal planning is what you need to do, then the cheapest supermarket is your nearest one.
Edited by: "ollie87" 23rd May 2017
HOT but sadly we have a large Morri's with 'no' petrol station. Asda, next door to Morri's, does have one though.
jaydeeuk1

Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund. Can these be stacked … Buy £40 of electricals, get voucher and then refund. Can these be stacked like you could with the fuel save scheme?


you have to produce the store receipt with the fuel voucher
Not sure it such a big saving if you have a local Asda with a petrol station.

1st. Asda fuel is cheaper than all other supermarkets.

2nd Asda food is cheaper than all other big supermarkets (Excludes Aldi and possibly Lidl).

To gain from this deal you need to spend as little as possible on food (£40 or just over), and fill a very big fuel tank (when empty) if half filling a tank or spending £80 on food you've overpaid or under benifited.
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