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6p off per litre of fuel when you spend £40 or more @ Morrisons
6p off per litre of fuel when you spend £40 or more @ Morrisons

6p off per litre of fuel when you spend £40 or more @ Morrisons

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With Morrisons, you can now visit friends and family without breaking the bank this summer. We’re giving our customers 6p off every litre of fuel when they spend £40 or more in store.

How it works:
1. Spend £40 or more in store in one transaction between 6th June–12th June.

2. Collect your voucher at the till while paying for your goods. Dont forget to keep your itemised receipt.

3. Present your voucher and itemised receipt at the filling station when you’re purchasing your fuel.


Remember you’ve got until Sunday 12th June to collect your vouchers, and until Sunday 19th June to use them.

55 Comments

OK this fuel campaign at Morrisons and all others just to make people spend more in their stores to make more profit. Never ever used to spend required amount just to get discount on fuel. But if you have big family - this promotion might be right for you.
By the way, fuel at supermarket pumps are lower quality than Total,Shell BP and as my experience shows, you never get full litres you pay for ( filling up 50 litres you max get 48.7 in tank ,TESTED on Tesco and Morrisons fuel pumps)

lol....how can you tell you only get 48.7?

Oh great more "I know better posts", if you know this please report to trading standards and let us know the results / thanks

Lol @Rimi's post. Can imagine he has a stunning range of anoraks in his wardrobe

The great British myth " supermarket fuel " is poor quality , more like the Great British " snob" if you ask me.

At 48.7 then that is grand theft on a big scale amazing all the papers and reporters missed this little chestnut. Going to take that with a huge pinch of salt and some nose bungs to atop smelling the BS being spouted off.

Hot for me as a shopper at Morrisons and also a car owner.:D

greg_68

lol....how can you tell you only get 48.7?



packard

Oh great more "I know better posts", if you know this please report to … Oh great more "I know better posts", if you know this please report to trading standards and let us know the results / thanks



My friend works for trading standards,has investigated complaints... don`t believe it-OK that`s your problem.

Lol, if people were being ripped off the papers would have picked up on it a long time ago.

Petrol stations have to test if they are dispensing accurately, I can't see how they would be able to get away with short changing customers by sooo much.
Why would the problem only be limited to the supermarkets though? They all use same sort of type of pumps

48.7348675 litres to be precise.


and whats wrong with anoraks, I know for sure that the millets value anorak only keeps 99.5 percent of rain from soaking through where as surprisingly tesco have one that keeps 99.9 percent of rain off which is great.

Billy Congo

lol 48.7348675 litres to be precise.



only a 2.5% deviation, this might be acceptable.

Rimi - Jun 05, 2011 09:52My friend works for trading standards,has … Rimi - Jun 05, 2011 09:52My friend works for trading standards,has investigated complaints... don`t believe it-OK that`s your problem.



Oh so supermarkets are selling short measures which would be theft on only you and your friend know about it. The newspapers decide to ignore a story like this. When did the aliens from mars land??

I am voting hot, a great offer and even if your local Morrisons don't sell fuel you can still use the voucher at other locations. Don't forget your till receipt as well as the voucher when you get your fuel.

lol @ rimi...if you check all pumps have a valid trading standards tag on and are checked regular for calibration..its true that supermarket fuel gives less mpg due to lower ron which equates to a less efficient combustion process than say bp ultimate or vpower optimax so it is a false economy in some respect

Will be interesting to see if they have increased their pump prices to off set this a little

greg_68

lol....how can you tell you only get 48.7?

packard

Oh great more "I know better posts", if you know this please report to … Oh great more "I know better posts", if you know this please report to trading standards and let us know the results / thanks



Wait! So these problems have been reported to trading standards, and they have found conclusive proof that this is happening (which you have claimed) and yet they do nothing about it? So you're actually accusing trading standards of being corrupt then, in not correcting economic inefficiencies.

Who do I complain to about that then?

My daughter recently gave me a voucher for money off fuel at tesco. I used more fuel driving there and back than I saved on a £50 spend on fuel.

It may sound crazy but I get better mileage on Shell fuel than I ever have from Tesco (we don't have a morrisons near here that sells fuel) this might be explained by the above comments on short sales. But with modern pumps and calibration I doubt this is much of a problem.

Used Morrisons petrol once (2 tanks while on holiday, no other handy location.) had terrible mpg and performance, plus some alarming misfires (was worried for my cat). Couple of other people I know have experienced the same with our local store (which mysteriously had the petrol station closed down for a long period for maintenance)

Supermarkets buy the same petrol as most other places, except Shell, BP, Esso etc put various handy additives in theirs (surfactants to keep injectors clean, reduce friction etc etc etc) Won't make much difference in many cars, but if you have a car you want to look after, is saving a couple of quid a tank worth it?

You'll usually save the same just paying attention to your driving style.

Incidentally, Tesco and Sainsers high Octane offerings have somewhat better additives than most supermarket petrol. (Before anyone starts bleating about source, that I'm a pawn of the big petrol companies, do you know anyone that works at the Immingham plant?)

Oh yes, last bit before I post. Always fill up early morning - you get incrementally more when the storage tank is cooler. Nowhere near the benefit you used to get with smaller forecourt tanks of yesteryear, but still worth it.

Do they have decent deals in store though, because you could easily end up spending £3-£4 more than at asda.

[quote=portland]Used Morrisons petrol once (2 tanks while on holiday, no other handy location.) had terrible mpg and performance, plus some alarming misfires (was worried for my cat).
Yes,Cats dont like sudden noises.

davelfc

My daughter recently gave me a voucher for money off fuel at tesco. I … My daughter recently gave me a voucher for money off fuel at tesco. I used more fuel driving there and back than I saved on a £50 spend on fuel. It may sound crazy but I get better mileage on Shell fuel than I ever have from Tesco (we don't have a morrisons near here that sells fuel) this might be explained by the above comments on short sales. But with modern pumps and calibration I doubt this is much of a problem.



No, no, not crazy at all. Shell fuelsave is one of the hottestukdeals out there, and normally ups my fuel economy by 10%, sometimes even more. For something that is at most 1 or 2% more expensive, that is a saving of at least 8% on diesel.

Far far better than this saving of less then 6%

Oooooo great saving..NOT!!! How about nocking 30p a ltr off! Robbing cu*ts.....

Who cares about all of the theories and speculation .
If you live near a Morrisons and can save on petrol , do it ! If not get over it !
At the end of the day , it's only a couple of quid on each tank ! If you want the luxury of a car then you have to pay the price ! If you don't like it .. GET THE BUS OR RIDE YOUR BIKE !!!

richiegd3touring

lol @ rimi...if you check all pumps have a valid trading standards tag on … lol @ rimi...if you check all pumps have a valid trading standards tag on and are checked regular for calibration..its true that supermarket fuel gives less mpg due to lower ron which equates to a less efficient combustion process than say bp ultimate or vpower optimax so it is a false economy in some respect



not really as they sell normal 93 RON fuel aswell as the vpower etc!

duke

[quote=portland]Used Morrisons petrol once (2 tanks while on holiday, no … [quote=portland]Used Morrisons petrol once (2 tanks while on holiday, no other handy location.) had terrible mpg and performance, plus some alarming misfires (was worried for my cat). Yes,Cats dont like sudden noises.



They also don't like where you have to put the lambda sensor...
Edited by: "portland" 5th Jun 2011

I find Esso diesel gives about 5% better mpg than supermarket.

briniuk

not really as they sell normal 93 RON fuel aswell as the vpower etc!


i never said they dont sell regular aswell did i?i was merely explaining the benefit of higher cost vmax has over lower rated fuel..its a no brainer as i do 600 miles a week and cover 10% more miles with vpower over regular at a couple of percent more per ltr cost..it also has surfectants and carbon atomizers that keep the injectors and ports clean i have seen my dpf do less regens since using ultimate/vpower and higher rated fuels

This is interesting read about mpg, us there are actual guide into understanding petrol, and it's qualities. I shall try a different garage from tescos and see what happens

On the Rimi short fuelling business, I believe I have heard that fuel stations are permitted a little 'variance' due to meter inaccuracies (from the days of the old mechanical meters). However, I find it difficult to believe that ONLY supermarket stations abuse this privilege. I reckon we are probably short changed at pretty much every fill up regardless of the owner.

mccririck

I find Esso diesel gives about 5% better mpg than supermarket.



I have not used a supermarket petrol station for quite a few years as I found i was getting far more MPG from Esso or Shell .so it is cold from me..

Check out the 28p a litre sunflower oil thread from tesco.Fuel savings to be made there.

Rimi

OK this fuel campaign at Morrisons and all others just to make people … OK this fuel campaign at Morrisons and all others just to make people spend more in their stores to make more profit. Never ever used to spend required amount just to get discount on fuel. But if you have big family - this promotion might be right for you.By the way, fuel at supermarket pumps are lower quality than Total,Shell BP and as my experience shows, you never get full litres you pay for ( filling up 50 litres you max get 48.7 in tank ,TESTED on Tesco and Morrisons fuel pumps)



Nonsense, the fuel is identical you think Morrison's have their own refinery?

The additive however is different.

The government must be loving all of these supermarkets offering fuel reductions as it takes attention away from them and how **** greedy they are and how it should be them reducing tax on fuel instead of sending billions in aid to **** hole third world countries.
Edited by: "londonstinks" 5th Jun 2011

40 litres x 6p = £2.40. Seriously is a £2.40 saving one of the HOTTEST deals of today?

I said this in another thread.....what you all vote hot if I found an iPhone with a tenner off? No, because the saving isn't amazing! Sure, if you shop at Morrisons anyway, this is a great deal for you. BUT, if you shop at Morrisons you would be made aware of this offer by them. if you don't shop at Morrisons you will probably waste £2.40 getting there and maybe paying more in your shopping.

BTW like others I get the best MPG from Shell and BP
Edited by: "thearbiter65" 5th Jun 2011

I fill up with Asda fuel even though my car manual recommends 98 RON. I've tried 98 RON and its a bit better but not enough for me to spend the extra time/distance trying to get to a Shell garage.

Noticed that the pump prices had gone up by 1p per litre at our local Morrisons this week.

Does there have to be a petrol station attached for you to get the voucher?

Where can I buy one of these highly accurate mpg measuring devices that is able to tell a 5% variance in consumption, and all this after taking into account varying road conditions, weather, temperature and any other variable one can think of?

I think some people get an idea into their head about what is best, and will do anything to verify their 'conclusions'..

Banned

greg_68

lol....how can you tell you only get 48.7?

packard

Oh great more "I know better posts", if you know this please report to … Oh great more "I know better posts", if you know this please report to trading standards and let us know the results / thanks



always one with a friend that works somewhere
i bet your other friend is your lefthand

Banned

BEKO86

Nonsense, the fuel is identical you think Morrison's have their own … Nonsense, the fuel is identical you think Morrison's have their own refinery?The additive however is different.



exactly its in the news of the world on there motoring page that the supermarket fuel is the same as say BP or shell

Remember you will not get the 6p off with the voucher alone, for some bizarre reason you have to take your itemised shopping list along as well.

Oh my word !!

If you are going shopping to Morrisons anyway then this deal is really hot. Its free fuel !

HOT HOT HOT

NB If you are not going there anyway fill up somewhere else !

Jes ! SOME PEOPLE !

Also Rimi, go and post this rubbish on some site where people give a monkeys about what you think !

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