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10p off per litre of fuel when you spend £60  @ Sainsburys online and instore
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10p off per litre of fuel when you spend £60 @ Sainsburys online and instore

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Posted 20th Aug

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From Thursday 22 August until Tuesday 27 August, spend £60 or more on groceries in one transaction at Sainsbury's instore or online and you'll get a voucher for 10p litre off fuel. You'll get your voucher at the checkout instore or when you receive your delivery if shopping online. The voucher will be valid for 14 days from the date of issue. Handy if a Sainsbury's shopper.

Offer Terms

If doing an online shop for deliveries by 27th August, you can get £18 off £60 using code SCSSEO70GUA (new customers).

*Please note you still need to meet the £60 minimum spend threshold after code discount to get the 10p off petrol spend and excludes delivery charges*


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Also Sainsburys have their 25% off wine offer currently when you buy 6+ bottles - link to thread



Qualifying spend excludes spirits and liqueurs, fuel, first stage baby milk products, National Lottery, tobacco, gift vouchers, gift cards, prescription medicines, over the counter medicines, postage stamps, savings stamps, mobile phone vouchers, travel money, phonecards, e-topup, PayPoint payments, charity products, carrier bags, cafe transactions and car park tickets.
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Its an ok deal but unless you regularly go to Sainsbury's you're basically forcing yourself to get £60 of stuff to save maximum £5-7 on filling up a tank
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Its an ok deal but unless you regularly go to Sainsbury's you're basically forcing yourself to get £60 of stuff to save maximum £5-7 on filling up a tank
Interesting how the average price at the pump at Sainsbury's has crept up by 9p first

HEAT!
Will combine nicely with my £12
discount!
This deal is great but I have to travel 20miles for a manned petrol station to use the voucher!
"New" Customer
With 10p off will make it a couple of pence cheaper than Asda or Tesco !
Wine is a qualifying spend, and they currently have their 'Buy 6 or more bottles and get 25% off' offer running until Monday, happy daze...
I can’t believe petrol is so expensive
edward.day20/08/2019 20:51

Its an ok deal but unless you regularly go to Sainsbury's you're basically …Its an ok deal but unless you regularly go to Sainsbury's you're basically forcing yourself to get £60 of stuff to save maximum £5-7 on filling up a tank


Costco for the win!
Tesco doing the same
Sainsbury's diesel is bad. My car looses the power when fuelled with Sainsbury's diesel. It looses acceleration. Even my girlfriend has spotted that and asked what is happening to the car lately. Switch to Morrisons and the power is back up straight away
Luckily live between a Sainsbury’s and a Tesco; alternate between the two, keeps my petrol costs a little lower.
My sainsbury's is expensive so by the time I buy my shopping I would have paid 4 the voucher in my shopping 🛒🛒🛒🛒
Linas_Einikis21/08/2019 12:19

Sainsbury's diesel is bad. My car looses the power when fuelled with …Sainsbury's diesel is bad. My car looses the power when fuelled with Sainsbury's diesel. It looses acceleration. Even my girlfriend has spotted that and asked what is happening to the car lately. Switch to Morrisons and the power is back up straight away


It's called PowerShift - my car got faster!
I guess hukders are better off bying from aldi or similar and pocket the difference to buy fuel. Sainsbury's are so expensive.
Edited by: "Donald__Trump" 21st Aug
bitcoin520/08/2019 20:52

Interesting how the average price at the pump at Sainsbury's has crept up …Interesting how the average price at the pump at Sainsbury's has crept up by 9p first HEAT!


Joking aside, Sainsbury's is my cheapest local pump which I like. Combined with the 25% off wine this is a great time to stock up for Christmas
bitcoin520/08/2019 20:52

Interesting how the average price at the pump at Sainsbury's has crept up …Interesting how the average price at the pump at Sainsbury's has crept up by 9p first HEAT!


Of course they did! Posts like this make me laugh. Price in the 2 Sainsbury’s near me has been the same for approx 2 months when it went up 1p but yeah yours went up 9p overnight.
TezViper21/08/2019 20:22

Of course they did! Posts like this make me laugh. Price in the 2 …Of course they did! Posts like this make me laugh. Price in the 2 Sainsbury’s near me has been the same for approx 2 months when it went up 1p but yeah yours went up 9p overnight.


Thanks for that ingenious bit of detective work.. did I or anyone else in here, say "overnight" erh... no!
bitcoin521/08/2019 20:27

Thanks for that ingenious bit of detective work.. did I or anyone else in …Thanks for that ingenious bit of detective work.. did I or anyone else in here, say "overnight" erh... no!


Ok well how about the last 2 months? Considering they last did the offer approx 4 weeks ago. Next? Or do you just comment on threads to spew your nonsense and dodgy theories?
Well near me, nothing has changed. Sainsbury's is always .2 pence more expensive than ASDA - always has been. ASDA is currently 121.7 and Sainsbury's is 121.9.

I've used this promotion many times and I've never seen an obvious jump in price. I would have thought it would hit the news if it was that obvious.
Linas_Einikis21/08/2019 12:19

Sainsbury's diesel is bad. My car looses the power when fuelled with …Sainsbury's diesel is bad. My car looses the power when fuelled with Sainsbury's diesel. It looses acceleration. Even my girlfriend has spotted that and asked what is happening to the car lately. Switch to Morrisons and the power is back up straight away


You must have a cra p car then as I have no problem.
It is Ford Kuga 2016. You are probably a slow driver who drives 25 mph in town and 55 out of the town and cannot tell the difference between driving a bicycle and a car
No offence, I am just joking. It might be my local Sainsbury's petrol station, who knows..
Could you buy £60 of TU clothing, use the voucher and then take the clothes back for a refund?
I answered my own question. Yes you can. Tank full of fuel and some boots that now need returning!
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