5p off per litre of fuel @ BP when you buy 2 qualifying products
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5p off per litre of fuel @ BP when you buy 2 qualifying products

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Found 3rd Feb 2016
When you buy any two selected products including Coca-Cola, Cadbury Creme Eggs and Dairy Milk Giant Buttons

Receive a 5p discount off each full litre of BP petrol, diesel or LPG Autogas, up to a maximum of 100 litres purchased for a single vehicle in a single transaction, when you buy any 2 selected products.

Offer includes; Airwaves Menthol & Eucalyptus Bottle 46pk, Wrigley’s Extra White Bottle 46pk, Extra White Bubblemint Bottle 46pk, Wrigley’s Extra Ice Peppermint Bottle 46pk, Wrigley’s Extra Peppermint Sugarfree Gum 60 Pieces, Wrigley’s Extra Spearmint Sugarfree Gum 60 Pieces, Starburst Fruity Chews 192g, Skittles 174g, Cadbury Dairy Milk Giant Buttons 119g, Cadbury Twirl Bites 109g, Cadbury Bitsa Wispa 110g, Cadbury Dairy Milk Caramel Nibbles 120g, Daim 140g, Cadbury Boost Bites 108g, Terry’s Chocolate Orange Minis 125g, Bassetts Jelly Babies Bunnies 165g, Cadbury Creme Egg 5pk, Coca-Cola 500ml, Diet Coke 500ml, Cherry Coke 500ml, Coca-Cola Vanilla 500ml, Coca-Cola Life 500ml, Coca-Cola Zero 500ml and Coca-Cola Zero Cherry 500ml.

Offer is available until 14/03/16 at participating BP sites only, subject to availability.

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8 Comments
Problem is everything at BP shops is so inflated in price you wont save much!! I guess if you fill up 40 litres you would save £2, so this probably gives you a 'free' bag of wispa bites or a bottle of coca cola.
aing69

Problem is everything at BP shops is so inflated in price you wont save … Problem is everything at BP shops is so inflated in price you wont save much!! I guess if you fill up 40 litres you would save £2, so this probably gives you a 'free' bag of wispa bites or a bottle of coca cola.



Unfortunately not, as its about £3.50 a bag at my local, so all it will do is to bring it down to supermarket prices... No deal here
Hot. My car has a 70 litre tank, so on a few occasions 'buying' a couple of items i didn't want, has saved me money overall.
Only worth it if you fill 50+ litres and even then it definitely only brings the prices down to supermarket prices, unless you were genuinely looking to buy the specified items anyway
OneguyOnedeal

Only worth it if you fill 50+ litres and even then it definitely only … Only worth it if you fill 50+ litres and even then it definitely only brings the prices down to supermarket prices, unless you were genuinely looking to buy the specified items anyway


Start the countdown. Somebody's bound to want to tell you that supermarket petrol's made from old socks and will wreck your engine.
My local BP is 105.9 for diesel.Local supermarket is 98.9.
So I could buy some of these overpriced products and still lose out on the fuel.
The deal itself is a good deal. Unfortunately, the price of the items you need to purchase to quality (or most items in BPs!) ruin it

Cold I am afraid, but thanks for posting.
Almost fell for this a few months ago, but was shocked when I walked in and looked to buy something instore. Why would anyone buy there at those inflated prices?
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