Double Nectar points on BP Ultimate fuels
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Double Nectar points on BP Ultimate fuels

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Found 20th May
Fill up with BP ultimate between 19th May & 15th June & receive double Nectar points on each transaction.

You'll need to visit the Nectar website to activate your card.
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My local Esso has been offering double Clubcard points on Supreme fuels for a while now, but it's 10p per litre more than the regular fuel, so no real incentive to buy it.
Is there any fool, who buys Premium fuel?
Rimi2 h, 17 m ago

Is there any fool, who buys Premium fuel?

You dont see difference between regular and „premium” fuel ?
No I don't! As there is no difference at all. I cant believe so many people believe these marketing tricks. Have used only supermarket fuels(diesel and petrol) in past 18 years and never ever had a problem because of that. And never used any additives, like Redex or similar.
I had a job measuring lubricity and anti foam additives for Shell research I wasn't pretending. It's all farmed out to companies like Infineum and yes the supermarkets put the same stuff in now as the brand's as all the research is done. It's all the same stuff.
Edited by: "Rimi" 20th May
Rimi3 h, 33 m ago

Is there any fool, who buys Premium fuel?


Call me a fool but I do a lot of miles for my company & therefore a reliable vehicle is an upmost both for myself & the company & therefore to ensure a clean maintenance free engine as possible (besides regular service intervals) I fill up approx once or twice every 2 weeks (depending on miles driven) to help the engine run as smooth & responsive as possible. And yes I do notice the difference.
Kulaak11 h, 19 m ago

Call me a fool but I do a lot of miles for my company & therefore a …Call me a fool but I do a lot of miles for my company & therefore a reliable vehicle is an upmost both for myself & the company & therefore to ensure a clean maintenance free engine as possible (besides regular service intervals) I fill up approx once or twice every 2 weeks (depending on miles driven) to help the engine run as smooth & responsive as possible. And yes I do notice the difference.


Placebo effect!
Stop doing that and you will see no difference at all.
I was doing 40k+ a year for good 5 years for company and only supermarket diesel was used. The car was Toyota Avensis 2010 Reg. So it done well over 250k in 5 years and engine was as new on supermarket diesel- not a single problem because of fuel.
Edited by: "Rimi" 21st May
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