6p off every litre of fuel based on £40 spend @ Morrisons (starts today)
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6p off every litre of fuel based on £40 spend @ Morrisons (starts today)

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Found 21st Apr 2014
Whilst picking up your 15p Shreddies or your Branston beans if you spend £40 @ Morrisons in one transaction you'll get a voucher for 6p off every litre of fuel you buy.

How does it work?

When you spend over £40 in one transaction at your local Morrisons store, they will give you a printed voucher. Take that with you to any Morrisons petrol station, and hand it over when you pay for your fuel to get 6p off every litre you purchased.

The offer runs from the 21st April to the 4th May, and vouchers can be redeemed until the 11th May 2014.

91 Comments

Original Poster

http://your.morrisons.com/Global/FuelPromo/MORR-318_FuelPromo_Hero_160414_496x279px_V2.jpg

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Edited by: "Chanchi32" 21st Apr 2014

Original Poster

Here's a few ideas to get towards the £40 spend:

- Shreddies 500g £1.15 or 15p with voucher
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/shreddies-500g-for-1-15-only-15p-with-voucher-saving-2-34-morrisons-1884642
- Branston beans 4 pack £1.25
- Salad Tomatoes 6 pack - White Potatoes 1.3kg - Onions 1kg - 3 for £1.50 or 69p each
- Penguins 9 pack - 74p
- Kettle chips 99p
- Radox Shower gel 89p

Edited by: "Chanchi32" 21st Apr 2014

At least there 'a one big advantage over Lidl/Aldi we at least get discounted petrol and offers like these money off coupons which do help save money. Thank you British owned Morrisons!

Last time this was on I bought a ps3 game £39.99 and a pack of chewing gum 50p total £40.49. Got my voucher filled up the car then returned the game!!!!

Hot

Banned

So based on an average refuel of £40 quid at an average price of 1.30 a litre you're saving is £1.80

For £40 quids worth of shopping in morrisons you would probably get a better saving by shopping somewhere cheaper like asda,lidl,aldi and buying your petrol from the cheapest place on petrolprices.com

Musician

So based on an average refuel of £40 quid at an average price of 1.30 a … So based on an average refuel of £40 quid at an average price of 1.30 a litre you're saving is £1.80For £40 quids worth of shopping in morrisons you would probably get a better saving by shopping somewhere cheaper like asda,lidl,aldi and buying your petrol from the cheapest place on petrolprices.com



Have you never thought sometimes they have better offers than those other supermarkets most people are savvy enough to buy the right items from different stores, might want too make a helpful comment next time.

Musician

So based on an average refuel of £40 quid at an average price of 1.30 a … So based on an average refuel of £40 quid at an average price of 1.30 a litre you're saving is £1.80For £40 quids worth of shopping in morrisons you would probably get a better saving by shopping somewhere cheaper like asda,lidl,aldi and buying your petrol from the cheapest place on petrolprices.com



Fair point but it still can work in your favour, for example i intend to buy 40 bottles of Coke which is currently 2 for £2 (cheapest around) & then fill my car ( Morrisons is the cheapest in my area according to petrolprices.com) which takes about 60 litres so i'll save another £3.60.

I will now step back and await the abuse for buying 40 bottles of Coke

Musician

So based on an average refuel of £40 quid at an average price of 1.30 a … So based on an average refuel of £40 quid at an average price of 1.30 a litre you're saving is £1.80For £40 quids worth of shopping in morrisons you would probably get a better saving by shopping somewhere cheaper like asda,lidl,aldi and buying your petrol from the cheapest place on petrolprices.com



The trouble with lidl and aldi is they're too small and don't have the range of items (and I don't just mean brand names) that morrisons and other large supermarkets have. Okay so Asda might be cheaper for some stuff, but I've never found them to be notably cheaper overall.

And I don't know why you think an average refuel is £40 quid - do you drive a toy car? Even my Saxo takes 42+ litres when I fill it. So that's a £2.50+ saving.

I think the main point is don't go out of your way to shop at morrisons for this offer, but for those that shop there anyway it's nice little bonus.

Banned

Why don't greedy Asda give 1 point or vouchers like this HATE YOU ASDA

Supermarket fuels are bad for cars due to poor quality and dirty holding tanks. Are not worth the saving when your engine warning light comes on to tell you to take it to a garage.

luigi_s

Supermarket fuels are bad for cars due to poor quality and dirty holding … Supermarket fuels are bad for cars due to poor quality and dirty holding tanks. Are not worth the saving when your engine warning light comes on to tell you to take it to a garage.



Is that fact or conjecture?

Hot.....nice profile pic chanchi....been somewhere nice?

I guess it's a good deal if you shop in Morrisons. Otherwise going out of your way spending £40 shopping + petrol just to save a maximum of £6 doesn't seem that great to me.

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tonytiger

The trouble with lidl and aldi is they're too small and don't have the … The trouble with lidl and aldi is they're too small and don't have the range of items (and I don't just mean brand names) that morrisons and other large supermarkets have. Okay so Asda might be cheaper for some stuff, but I've never found them to be notably cheaper overall. And I don't know why you think an average refuel is £40 quid - do you drive a toy car? Even my Saxo takes 42+ litres when I fill it. So that's a £2.50+ saving. I think the main point is don't go out of your way to shop at morrisons for this offer, but for those that shop there anyway it's nice little bonus.



When I say average refuel I don't mean filling the car right up. Personally I use £40 a week to get to work and back. I realise it would be even cheaper to completely refuel each time, thus saving trips to the garage, but taking £80 at each refuel is a lot of money on a weekly budget, perhaps I should completely refuel each time then the garage trips would be fortnightly, it's food for thought for sure.

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sofiasar

Why don't greedy Asda give 1 point or vouchers like this HATE YOU ASDA



Asda don't give rewards or points because they give you the discount in their prices. Although morrisons have a good range of all foods they are expensive overall and they don't really offer much in the way of clothing / tech etc like some of the others do.
Edited by: "Musician" 21st Apr 2014

Worst fuels in Morrisons pumps....and I will spend all saved £££ just to travel to Morrisons.
Not a deal,just another way to win customers.

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spiderbifida

Is that fact or conjecture?



It's an urban myth, there was a problem in 2007 with some additives in fuel at morrisons and tescos. Long gone, Petrol has to conform to a minimum standard now.

frankyboy2012

Last time this was on I bought a ps3 game £39.99 and a pack of chewing … Last time this was on I bought a ps3 game £39.99 and a pack of chewing gum 50p total £40.49. Got my voucher filled up the car then returned the game!!!!


Cheeky

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spiderbifida

Is that fact or conjecture?



It is DEFINITELY not factual! In fact lets hope Morrisons lawyers don't take action against the poster!

Musician

When I say average refuel I don't mean filling the car right up. … When I say average refuel I don't mean filling the car right up. Personally I use £40 a week to get to work and back. I realise it would be even cheaper to completely refuel each time, thus saving trips to the garage, but taking £80 at each refuel is a lot of money on a weekly budget, perhaps I should completely refuel each time then the garage trips would be fortnightly, it's food for thought for sure.




Never wait for the fuel light to come on, wife did it on her car and got dirt in the injector. Had to have it stripped and cleaned out

spiderbifida

Is that fact or conjecture?



It's an urban myth, there was a problem in 2007 with some additives in fuel at morrisons and tescos. Long gone, Petrol has to conform to a minimum standard now.[/quote]
Geemac

When I say average refuel I don't mean filling the car right up. … When I say average refuel I don't mean filling the car right up. Personally I use £40 a week to get to work and back. I realise it would be even cheaper to completely refuel each time, thus saving trips to the garage, but taking £80 at each refuel is a lot of money on a weekly budget, perhaps I should completely refuel each time then the garage trips would be fortnightly, it's food for thought for sure.



Octane 95 is a standard. Have seen some standards applied to ECP own brand oils, which were still as viscous as water. Fuel is fuel though, IMHO

Musician

Never wait for the fuel light to come on, wife did it on her car and got … Never wait for the fuel light to come on, wife did it on her car and got dirt in the injector. Had to have it stripped and cleaned out



So you'd advocate leaving £10 of petrol in reserve to filter out 'heavies'? The infectors can work with a little sediment and its preferable to keeping stale fuel which sets like varnish. Worth cleaning your fuel filter before/after if this is a first for you.

zaphodbb

It's an urban myth, there was a problem in 2007 with some additives in … It's an urban myth, there was a problem in 2007 with some additives in fuel at morrisons and tescos. Long gone, Petrol has to conform to a minimum standard now.


Geemac

Octane 95 is a standard. Have seen some standards applied to ECP own … Octane 95 is a standard. Have seen some standards applied to ECP own brand oils, which were still as viscous as water. Fuel is fuel though, IMHOSo you'd advocate leaving £10 of petrol in reserve to filter out 'heavies'? The infectors can work with a little sediment and its preferable to keeping stale fuel which sets like varnish. Worth cleaning your fuel filter before/after if this is a first for you.



The reserve on my wife’s car at that time was 1 gallon, The car had been serviced some 3 months previously by a reputable garage.

I NEVER let my car go below a quarter of a tank, and have never had a problem.
Edited by: "Geemac" 21st Apr 2014

thunderhunter

Have you never thought sometimes they have better offers than those other … Have you never thought sometimes they have better offers than those other supermarkets most people are savvy enough to buy the right items from different stores, might want too make a helpful comment next time.



His was a helpful comment, yours wasn't. It makes sense not just go to the place with petrol offers and the savings you can make from alternative supermarkets can outweigh the petrol savings.

Far from a non helpful comment like yours.

sofiasar

Why don't greedy Asda give 1 point or vouchers like this HATE YOU ASDA



Because asda fuel is cheaper than morrisons usual prices ALL the time, without vouchers

Musician

It's an urban myth, there was a problem in 2007 with some additives in … It's an urban myth, there was a problem in 2007 with some additives in fuel at morrisons and tescos. Long gone, Petrol has to conform to a minimum standard now.



If you know nothing-just shut up...
Morrisons blends petrol with cheap Ethanol E85 and not all cars are capable of running on it. So after 50000 miles your engine will be done if used only Morrisons petrol...Just try and will se results.

tonytiger

The trouble with lidl and aldi is they're too small and don't have the … The trouble with lidl and aldi is they're too small and don't have the range of items (and I don't just mean brand names) that morrisons and other large supermarkets have. Okay so Asda might be cheaper for some stuff, but I've never found them to be notably cheaper overall. And I don't know why you think an average refuel is £40 quid - do you drive a toy car? Even my Saxo takes 42+ litres when I fill it. So that's a £2.50+ saving. I think the main point is don't go out of your way to shop at morrisons for this offer, but for those that shop there anyway it's nice little bonus.



I'm curios to know what you think lidl/aldi are missing stockwise? They're meant to be small because they don't stock as many lines. Perfect example of this was when I went into a very large Sainsburys and noticed 2 whole chillers filled with different types of bacon. Lidl has 2 shelves and has a good variety still but most people just want an standard pack of bacon. You pay for the space and the privilege of storing products you will never purchase anyway.

I do agree with your summary of the deal. No idea why these petrol deals get so much heat. Spend £40 on shopping then get a fiver off 80 liters so after the company has taken at least £120 off you they give you a less than a 5% discount. Worst case scenario I know but it highlights my point.

Rimi

If you know nothing-just shut up...Morrisons blends petrol with cheap … If you know nothing-just shut up...Morrisons blends petrol with cheap Ethanol E85 and not all cars are capable of running on it. So after 50000 miles your engine will be done if used only Morrisons petrol...Just try and will se results.



If you know no sources just shut up.

yrreb88

If you know no sources just shut up.



I know sources,mate,but can't publish them. If you love supermarkets and wanna save few pennies vs high repair bills,its your choice.

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Rimi

If you know nothing-just shut up...Morrisons blends petrol with cheap … If you know nothing-just shut up...Morrisons blends petrol with cheap Ethanol E85 and not all cars are capable of running on it. So after 50000 miles your engine will be done if used only Morrisons petrol...Just try and will se results.



Rest assured that their fuel will be EU compliant so perfectly safe to use. I'm sure most people don't only use morrisons fuel. Also most people don't keep a car for 50000 miles. Utter nonsense, an incident that happened in 2007 based on fuel supplied by greenenergy to morrisons and tescos and still people go on about it. If you want to learn about it more, try google

Rimi

I know sources,mate,but can't publish them. If you love supermarkets and … I know sources,mate,but can't publish them. If you love supermarkets and wanna save few pennies vs high repair bills,its your choice.



If that was the case no need to be rude about it. Why can't you publish them? If they are true and reliable there is no problem. Who would you recommend then? Bp or shell maybe? I think supermakets get their fuel from them.

yrreb88

If that was the case no need to be rude about it. Why can't you publish … If that was the case no need to be rude about it. Why can't you publish them? If they are true and reliable there is no problem. Who would you recommend then? Bp or shell maybe? I think supermakets get their fuel from them.



True is BP has best fuels in the UK at the moment.
All fuels comes from same oil refineries, but it is additives that matters most. As I mentioned earlier, Morrisons adds E85 to petrol. Bioethanol is 2X cheaper,so bigger profit for Morrisons to sell it as regular petrol. Just few Volvo and Ford cars are capable to run on bioethanol,others not.
Edited by: "Rimi" 21st Apr 2014

frankyboy2012

Last time this was on I bought a ps3 game £39.99 and a pack of chewing … Last time this was on I bought a ps3 game £39.99 and a pack of chewing gum 50p total £40.49. Got my voucher filled up the car then returned the game!!!!



How many extra miles did you travel burning up fuel to return the game?

Musician

So based on an average refuel of £40 quid at an average price of 1.30 a … So based on an average refuel of £40 quid at an average price of 1.30 a litre you're saving is £1.80For £40 quids worth of shopping in morrisons you would probably get a better saving by shopping somewhere cheaper like asda,lidl,aldi and buying your petrol from the cheapest place on petrolprices.com

Just what I was thinking.

Morrisons operate a different price model from Asda with very competitive 'end of aisle' deals but higher prices overall - which means they are ideal for cherry-picking, buy the deals only when passing, take advantage of the voucher offers and do your main shop elsewhere.

frankyboy2012

Last time this was on I bought a ps3 game £39.99 and a pack of chewing … Last time this was on I bought a ps3 game £39.99 and a pack of chewing gum 50p total £40.49. Got my voucher filled up the car then returned the game!!!!



Lot of effort to save around £3.50 (_;)

Geemac

Never wait for the fuel light to come on, wife did it on her car and got … Never wait for the fuel light to come on, wife did it on her car and got dirt in the injector. Had to have it stripped and cleaned out



or if you've had the car from brand new - always run it to empty then there WONT be any dirt at the bottom of the tank!

Problem with Morrisons Diesel (and ONLY Morrisons diesel) is the 7% biofuel thats added to it - there is a sticker on the pump at my local. My car's manual states that the diesel should not contain more than 5% - i mean the odd fill up wont hurt it, but over time its likely to gum the injectors up (and this is the opinion of many people in the forums not just mine) so i'm avoiding morrisons fuel.

darkh0rse

How many extra miles did you travel burning up fuel to return the game?



Id imagine he went in the store, got the game and voucher, went to petrol station filled up and went back into the store, so probably 200 meters of petrol.... better than a £40 game you didn't want and definitely not enough distance to make the saving worthless... Do you honestly think he went home with the game and back to the store... come on

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Nottaneil84

His was a helpful comment, yours wasn't. It makes sense not just go to … His was a helpful comment, yours wasn't. It makes sense not just go to the place with petrol offers and the savings you can make from alternative supermarkets can outweigh the petrol savings.Far from a non helpful comment like yours.



I would like to believe that people are savvy enough to buy different items from different stores, my wife is brilliant at it, but I think a lot of people just go to their favourite where they know where everything is, or they don't have to travel as far. Also they may not have the free time to shop around as much as some. Based on your theory people would never buy from the local corner shop or local garage store because they are always overpriced. Clearly they do buy from such places for the reasons stated above.

Personally we have a good selection of supermarkets around here but tend to go for asda, iceland and sainsburys. Occasionally morrisons, tesco, aldi and lidl as they are a little further to get to. Almost never waitrose and Almost never M+S food store, high quality at a price, and not always the former. Petrol wise we use petrolprices.com and collect shell points,tesco points and nectar points or combination of the above whichever has the best points to price deal, also get cashback from the credit card on fuel so that's good.
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