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5p off every litre of fuel when you spend £40 or more @ Morrisons instore
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5p off every litre of fuel when you spend £40 or more @ Morrisons instore

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Refreshed 17th Jan (Posted 13th Jan)

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Decent offer from Morrisons. To receive the 5p voucher you must spend >£40 instore by the 19th January. You can then redeem this voucher from today until the 26th January.

£40 spend excludes: Fuel, Tobacco, Lottery products, Morrisons Cafe, Gift Vouchers & Cards, Infant/Formula Milk, Cash-back, Dry Cleaning, Fireworks, Online Games & Instant Tickets, Photo Printing, Saver Stamps, Postage Stamps, ‘Top-Up’ Mobile Phone Cards, Delivery Charges/Pass, Garden Centre & Pharmacy (where applicable).

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Sounds good in principle and I’m sure it will catch a few out expecting a decent saving.
Works out a saving of £1.50 on a £40 spend.
Think I’ll stick with my weekly Lidl shop. I’ll save £1.50 by buying a 500g block of cheese there rather than Morrison’s !!
So that's why they've put the fuel up by 4p over the past week.

Edit: Actually, drove past this morning and the increase is now 5p.
Edited by: "Sephiroth" 13th Jan
foxmeister13/01/2020 06:32

Sounds good in principle and I’m sure it will catch a few out expecting a d …Sounds good in principle and I’m sure it will catch a few out expecting a decent saving. Works out a saving of £1.50 on a £40 spend.Think I’ll stick with my weekly Lidl shop. I’ll save £1.50 by buying a 500g block of cheese there rather than Morrison’s !!


£2.19 for an 830g block coming up this week, don't know how they do it . Love the place
Fuel is a standard spec both Morrisons and BP fuel can come from the same refinery. It's more likely your car was running poorly as you ran your car empty and sediment in your tank has gone into the engine
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Sounds good in principle and I’m sure it will catch a few out expecting a decent saving.
Works out a saving of £1.50 on a £40 spend.
Think I’ll stick with my weekly Lidl shop. I’ll save £1.50 by buying a 500g block of cheese there rather than Morrison’s !!
That will bring it down to the same as Asda and Sainsburys where I live.
foxmeister13/01/2020 06:32

Sounds good in principle and I’m sure it will catch a few out expecting a d …Sounds good in principle and I’m sure it will catch a few out expecting a decent saving. Works out a saving of £1.50 on a £40 spend.Think I’ll stick with my weekly Lidl shop. I’ll save £1.50 by buying a 500g block of cheese there rather than Morrison’s !!


£2.19 for an 830g block coming up this week, don't know how they do it . Love the place
We could be doing with one in northern Ireland
They overcharged me every week on 2 items or more,so shop Lidl now,more reliable,friendlier,and cheaper,
So that's why they've put the fuel up by 4p over the past week.

Edit: Actually, drove past this morning and the increase is now 5p.
Edited by: "Sephiroth" 13th Jan
Sephiroth13/01/2020 08:04

So that's why they've put the fuel up by 4p over the past week.


Same here, sometimes fill up at Morrisons but this week its more expensive than my local
jools200113/01/2020 07:24

They overcharged me every week on 2 items or more,so shop Lidl now,more …They overcharged me every week on 2 items or more,so shop Lidl now,more reliable,friendlier,and cheaper,


A lot cheaper,I used to have to go through Morrisons receipt every week cos of that.
Sephiroth13/01/2020 08:04

So that's why they've put the fuel up by 4p over the past week.


I noticed that
Noticed a lot of supermarkets have put petrol prices up last week or two.

A couple of weeks ago Asda reduced down to 117.7 for unleaded. Went yesterday and it was 123.7 per litre. Crazy how quickly the prices increase for no apparent reason.
Didn't it used be 10p per litre off previously
Tomtaylor00913/01/2020 09:19

Noticed a lot of supermarkets have put petrol prices up last week or two.A …Noticed a lot of supermarkets have put petrol prices up last week or two.A couple of weeks ago Asda reduced down to 117.7 for unleaded. Went yesterday and it was 123.7 per litre. Crazy how quickly the prices increase for no apparent reason.


Sounds like collusion to me. Drove past Morissons this morning and it was up another 1p, making it a full 5p higher than a week ago. Funny how they're now knocking that 5p if you spend £40 in their store. How is this a deal?

Sadly this is how most retailers work - they put prices up and then create a sale or an offer like this one tricking you into spending money because you think you're getting a good deal.

I checked the oil price to see if it may be due to what's happening in Iran but the oil price is actually lower now than before the US attack.
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Stephen_petrou13/01/2020 06:42

£2.19 for an 830g block coming up this week, don't know how they do it …£2.19 for an 830g block coming up this week, don't know how they do it . Love the place


It's horse cheese
deleted37532213/01/2020 10:47

It's horse cheese


It's no different to any other extra mature cheddar you buy from Tesco, Asda, Morrisons etc only a fraction the price
What about online shoppers
Sephiroth13/01/2020 08:04

So that's why they've put the fuel up by 4p over the past week.Edit: …So that's why they've put the fuel up by 4p over the past week.Edit: Actually, drove past this morning and the increase is now 5p.



Yep, noticed that myself. Morrisons is usually the cheapest near me but when the Esso round the corner that normally price matches them is less, you know something weird is going on. Would imagine Tesco will be looking to do a similar offer soon - mu local one have also increased by about 5p in the last week and they are always 2-3p more than Morrisons as they are next to the motorway and get more passing traffic.
Stock up whilst you can where ever you get it, they will be using iran as an excuse to put prices up in a matter of days.
foxmeister13/01/2020 06:32

Sounds good in principle and I’m sure it will catch a few out expecting a d …Sounds good in principle and I’m sure it will catch a few out expecting a decent saving. Works out a saving of £1.50 on a £40 spend.Think I’ll stick with my weekly Lidl shop. I’ll save £1.50 by buying a 500g block of cheese there rather than Morrison’s !!


Why is it only a saving of £1.50? You're not limited to buying 30 litres with your voucher are you?
RedRain13/01/2020 12:15

What about online shoppers


Ts&Cs state that it excludes online transactions.
Spend 40 quid in Lidl..with 5 or 10 voucher and i am pretty sure you can fill for 10liters of fuel on that savings in total.. morissons became expensive..
Add_to_Basket13/01/2020 13:59

Why is it only a saving of £1.50? You're not limited to buying 30 litres …Why is it only a saving of £1.50? You're not limited to buying 30 litres with your voucher are you?


Clearly not but a £3 saving on a food shop of £80 is hardly something to shout home about !!
These offers are great, but on a Satruday afternoon it causes chaos at the pumps, with massive queues & people get angry - all to save a couple of quid. Not that I am loaded - but I don't need the stress !
foxmeister13/01/2020 14:04

Clearly not but a £3 saving on a food shop of £80 is hardly something to s …Clearly not but a £3 saving on a food shop of £80 is hardly something to shout home about !!


I was just wondering where you got £1.50 from.

But in any case if you shop there anyway then any discount is better than no discount at all. With the discount it means I'd pay 119.9p a litre and the next cheapest in my area is Asda at 123.7p. So yeah, a very good deal imo.
Morrisons own brand Oat Milk and Almond Milk can't be beat for flavour or price. Buying lots of these is an easy way to get half your £40. Add some toilet roll and some nice cheese and you're done.
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Stephen_petrou13/01/2020 10:52

It's no different to any other extra mature cheddar you buy from Tesco, …It's no different to any other extra mature cheddar you buy from Tesco, Asda, Morrisons etc only a fraction the price


Was meant as a joke, nevermind I'll get my coat..

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Sephiroth13/01/2020 10:45

Sounds like collusion to me. Drove past Morissons this morning and it was …Sounds like collusion to me. Drove past Morissons this morning and it was up another 1p, making it a full 5p higher than a week ago. Funny how they're now knocking that 5p if you spend £40 in their store. How is this a deal?Sadly this is how most retailers work - they put prices up and then create a sale or an offer like this one tricking you into spending money because you think you're getting a good deal.I checked the oil price to see if it may be due to what's happening in Iran but the oil price is actually lower now than before the US attack.


Wholesale fuel prices tend to take around 2 weeks to filter through to the pumps. Although the oil price may not rise wholesale fuel prices can due to the £/$ exchange rate as oil is bought in $ and fuel in the U.K is sold in pounds.
CBREN13/01/2020 14:50

Wholesale fuel prices tend to take around 2 weeks to filter through to the …Wholesale fuel prices tend to take around 2 weeks to filter through to the pumps. Although the oil price may not rise wholesale fuel prices can due to the £/$ exchange rate as oil is bought in $ and fuel in the U.K is sold in pounds.


The value of the pound has been pretty constant for the past couple of weeks. Also if that were the case we'd not be seeing any increases due to the Iran situation until later this week, but Morissons and the like increased their prices almost as soon as it happened.

Supermarkets tend to put their prices up instantly, then claim it takes 2 weeks for prices to filter down when reductions are due, and then spread those reductions so thinly it will take 2 months for the prices to get back to where they were.

There is absolutely no reason for prices right now to be higher than they were on January 1st, other than to artificially create this offer.
Morrisons seems to be the only big supermarket chain that has different prices online and instore. Whenever I see an offer on their website and go to buy it from the store they always overcharge me. They should make it clear that certain offers and prices are exclusively online only.
Sephiroth13/01/2020 14:57

The value of the pound has been pretty constant for the past couple of …The value of the pound has been pretty constant for the past couple of weeks. Also if that were the case we'd not be seeing any increases due to the Iran situation until later this week, but Morissons and the like increased their prices almost as soon as it happened.Supermarkets tend to put their prices up instantly, then claim it takes 2 weeks for prices to filter down when reductions are due, and then spread those reductions so thinly it will take 2 months for the prices to get back to where they were.There is absolutely no reason for prices right now to be higher than they were on January 1st, other than to artificially create this offer.


the value of the pound has moved around 4 cents in the last few weeks, this may not sound but has a real impact. Equally fuel prices are moving every minute (when traded on the wholesale market). People often regard the retail fuel market has having rocket and feather tendencies however there has been no evidence to prove this. What has been proven is that consumers tend to notice a product rising in price more than they do falling.
Poor quality fuel.When I ran my car on it it was terrible to start in the morning.Would rather pay extra and goto shell
muckspreader113/01/2020 16:25

Poor quality fuel.When I ran my car on it it was terrible to start in the …Poor quality fuel.When I ran my car on it it was terrible to start in the morning.Would rather pay extra and goto shell

Diesel and Petrol in the U.K is a standard spec. Morrison's fuel often comes from the same refineries
Edited by: "CBREN" 13th Jan
The problem with this is that 5p off a litre is a very small amount unless you have a car with a big fuel tank. As I only fill up 25 litres at around £1.20 a litre it'll only save £1.25 as well as £40 shopping on top of that
Edited by: "edward.day" 13th Jan
It is a bit scary how many people didn't even consider that the prices would go up after the trouble in Iran and still don't realise why!
muckspreader113/01/2020 16:25

Poor quality fuel.When I ran my car on it it was terrible to start in the …Poor quality fuel.When I ran my car on it it was terrible to start in the morning.Would rather pay extra and goto shell


Generally i would poo poo comments like that but I filled up £20 for the first time ever at a Morrisons supermarket on an almost empty tank in a Morrisons last week and almost within minutes my car was exhibiting very strange low performance from the engine - i think you may be onto something.

I always use BP but it was an emergency fillup - Never again - coincidence???
Edited by: "omendata" 13th Jan
Fuel is a standard spec both Morrisons and BP fuel can come from the same refinery. It's more likely your car was running poorly as you ran your car empty and sediment in your tank has gone into the engine
Biofuel content in Morrisons fuel was on the high end last time I checked - I always fill up at Costco and the unleaded is 5% bioethanol (E5). Last time I filled up at Morrisons (about 9 months ago), the unleaded had 10% bioethanol (E10).

85% ethanol blend has a RON rating of 108, but ethanol only has about 2/3 the energy density of pure petrol, so there is a bit of a dilution factor going on in E10 vs E5, E10 being about 3% less potent than E5.
Edited by: "monkeyhanger75" 13th Jan
Didn't believe all the stories about supermarket fuel being poorer quality than major brands. However, filled up with Morrison's diesel at the last offer and drove 450 miles. Only got 55 mpg, way less than usual.
Filled with Shell on return and got my usual 65mpg. No real difference in driving speed, route, or style so I really do think it's worth paying a bit more for branded fuel.
My local Morrisons has increased the price of fuel by 5p a litre over the past 2 weeks.
defairmans13/01/2020 16:43

It is a bit scary how many people didn't even consider that the prices …It is a bit scary how many people didn't even consider that the prices would go up after the trouble in Iran and still don't realise why!


Except it's gone down back down again
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