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10p off a litre of fuel @ Sainsbury's with a £60 spend (Between Thursday 18 July and Tuesday 23 July)
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10p off a litre of fuel @ Sainsbury's with a £60 spend (Between Thursday 18 July and Tuesday 23 July)

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Posted 16th Jul

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

It's back. Sainsbury's 10p/litre off fuel with £60 spend.Between Thursday 18 July and Tuesday 23 July, spend £60 or more on groceries in one transaction at larger Sainsbury's stores and you'll get a voucher for 10p/litre off petrol or diesel to use at a Sainsbury's forecourt.

You'll also get a voucher if you have an online grocery order worth £60 or more delivered within the same period.

If you're going to spend £60 or more with Sainsbury's anyway it may be worth taking advantage of this deal. Remember though that even after the discount, Sainsbury's may not be your cheapest local forecourt – use PetrolPrices.com to check.

You'll get your voucher at the checkout in-store or when you receive your delivery if shopping online. It will be valid for 14 days from the date of issue (the use-by date will be printed on it). It can be used on one purchase of unleaded petrol, super unleaded petrol, diesel or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) (up to a maximum of 100 litres) for one vehicle. You can't use more than one voucher per transaction per vehicle.

Sainsbury's says you'll get one voucher per qualifying transaction and, as usual, Nectar card-holders will be able to collect one point per litre purchased.

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packard16/07/2019 21:33

Needs to be shown as £60


Do as I do all the time.
1. Go to the electrical section.
2. Buy 1 item whi h cost £60 or more.
3. Get your voucher and spend on fuel.
4. Return the electrical item back to Sainsburys

5. Win
Edited by: "opaninkofi" 16th Jul
Spending £60 to save £3.50....am I the only one who doesn't get it?
opaninkofi16/07/2019 22:12

Do as I do all the time. 1. Go to the electrical section. 2. Buy 1 item …Do as I do all the time. 1. Go to the electrical section. 2. Buy 1 item whi h cost £60 or more. 3. Get your voucher and spend on fuel. 4. Return the electrical item back to Sainsburys 5. Win


That's a lot of effort to save a couple of quid on fuel..
Step back! I am coming to fill-up! (Future proof, you know
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Needs to be shown as £60
Hi ,ok as long as your car requires that much fuel when filling up!
packard16/07/2019 21:33

Needs to be shown as £60


Do as I do all the time.
1. Go to the electrical section.
2. Buy 1 item whi h cost £60 or more.
3. Get your voucher and spend on fuel.
4. Return the electrical item back to Sainsburys

5. Win
Edited by: "opaninkofi" 16th Jul
So fuel price will drop about 10p in the next few weeks. While the supermarkets pretend they're giving you a deal as they sit on the reduced cost of fuel.
opaninkofi16/07/2019 22:12

Do as I do all the time. 1. Go to the electrical section. 2. Buy 1 item …Do as I do all the time. 1. Go to the electrical section. 2. Buy 1 item whi h cost £60 or more. 3. Get your voucher and spend on fuel. 4. Return the electrical item back to Sainsburys 5. Win


That's a lot of effort to save a couple of quid on fuel..
SherlockGnomes16/07/2019 22:16

So fuel price will drop about 10p in the next few weeks. While the …So fuel price will drop about 10p in the next few weeks. While the supermarkets pretend they're giving you a deal as they sit on the reduced cost of fuel.


but in the meantime while wait for petrol prices to drop you'll still need to buy some...
Watch out for checkout staff stealing the bottom of your receipt...
Are there any groceries worth £60 that aren't 10% more expensive than what other supermarkets charge?
Spending £60 to save £3.50....am I the only one who doesn't get it?
Badbear16/07/2019 23:01

Are there any groceries worth £60 that aren't 10% more expensive than what …Are there any groceries worth £60 that aren't 10% more expensive than what other supermarkets charge?


Combine with the 25% off 6 bottles of wine deal starting Thursday
Edited by: "alex120" 16th Jul
Mine honda jazz doesnt like sansburys fuel...kts laggy...shell and 2nd is Bp.
Some cars a not fussy...but some are😫
JohnWoodwitch16/07/2019 23:51

Mine honda jazz doesnt like sansburys fuel...kts laggy...shell and 2nd is …Mine honda jazz doesnt like sansburys fuel...kts laggy...shell and 2nd is Bp.Some cars a not fussy...but some are😫


Most of the old ladies that drive them wouldn't notice the difference, sure it's not just the weight of you Sainsbury's shop?
gazdoubleu17/07/2019 00:00

Most of the old ladies that drive them wouldn't notice the difference, …Most of the old ladies that drive them wouldn't notice the difference, sure it's not just the weight of you Sainsbury's shop?


Its a solid car.2006.no repairs and zero faults.
Fluids change and filters.break disks change once and braking shoes hahaha...unlike some modern cars that have rust on them while leaving Factory dsi engines last at least 300 000miles ..done 104440 so far...still another 30 years of faultless driving
JohnWoodwitch16/07/2019 23:51

Mine honda jazz doesnt like sansburys fuel...kts laggy...shell and 2nd is …Mine honda jazz doesnt like sansburys fuel...kts laggy...shell and 2nd is Bp.Some cars a not fussy...but some are😫



what do you put in it? I have a 2004 Jazz and it's fine on the super unleaded from Sainsburys (I never use supermarket premium unleaded in my car). My Jazz is about to hit 160,000 miles, and I'm going to keep it until it dies.
Carldiff16/07/2019 23:34

Spending £60 to save £3.50....am I the only one who doesn't get it?


If your not going to spend it anyway and have a car that only holds 35 litres of fuel you probably wouldnt get it. If you stock up on a few essentials and your car holds 55 litres then thats a £5.50 saving and well worth it
Carldiff17/07/2019 01:20

what do you put in it? I have a 2004 Jazz and it's fine on the super …what do you put in it? I have a 2004 Jazz and it's fine on the super unleaded from Sainsburys (I never use supermarket premium unleaded in my car). My Jazz is about to hit 160,000 miles, and I'm going to keep it until it dies.

Cool bananas...I found supermarket fuel too poor( on the roundbound I have to reduce to 2nd gear where on Shell fuel i can go on 3rd with ease)for dsi engine for some reason...I only use shell standard fuel or Bp as there is no need to pay more for Premuim fuel(the adventage of supposedly better fuel compare to price is a marketing nonsense,listen to Scotty Kilmer on youtube).I buy 0w30 oil and change it myself every year and cheap 5£ filters from Ebay(original pollen filter 20£ hahaha maddness,i can have 4 replaced every 3 month )I am hoping to keep it until 150000 and then Give it to an old lady I know...she will be happy with that car I bet.
Brita filter included?
kooks6516/07/2019 22:40

but in the meantime while wait for petrol prices to drop you'll still need …but in the meantime while wait for petrol prices to drop you'll still need to buy some...


Maybe you missed my point...
opaninkofi16/07/2019 22:12

Do as I do all the time. 1. Go to the electrical section. 2. Buy 1 item …Do as I do all the time. 1. Go to the electrical section. 2. Buy 1 item whi h cost £60 or more. 3. Get your voucher and spend on fuel. 4. Return the electrical item back to Sainsburys 5. Win


Extrodinery!
Step back! I am coming to fill-up! (Future proof, you know
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OKov17/07/2019 08:06

Step back! I am coming to fill-up! (Future proof, you know[Image] )


Lol. Anyone getting this kind of idea... last time I read the small print on the voucher it said 100 litres max. Hahahah
Sainsbury's petrol ruined the engine in my Hyundai, avoid, get shell premium only, better mpg to
GoldenNugget201916/07/2019 22:17

That's a lot of effort to save a couple of quid on fuel..


Hey some people need to do things like this just to pay the week's rent and beans on toast for the kids
It’s a shame Aldi don’t have petrol stations, it would be cheaper and better quality...
Not really a 10p saving as they always put up prices 2p the night before, and Asda are always cheaper anyway. So 5p/litre at most.

Fine if you are doing the shop anyway but not worth special effort.

The stupidest part is the morons at the local Tesco also put their prices up at the same time. No collusion there obviously.
alex12016/07/2019 23:51

Combine with the 25% off 6 bottles of wine deal starting Thursday


yeah, planning to do this
I found 2 of these coupons in separate trolleys a couple of weeks ago. I guess because the Sainsbury’s tills spit out so many vouchers a fair number of people discard them
Sainsbury's website says the offer is live now, fill yer boots!!
JohnWoodwitch17/07/2019 00:05

that have rust on them while leaving Factory


Yeah, Japanese cars are pretty much the worst cars you can buy for rusting though.
Edited by: "ollie87" 17th Jul
Carldiff16/07/2019 23:34

Spending £60 to save £3.50....am I the only one who doesn't get it?


I had £6 knocked off of my Sainsbury’s fuel bill the other day - what’s not to get? 🏼
opaninkofi16/07/2019 22:12

Do as I do all the time. 1. Go to the electrical section. 2. Buy 1 item …Do as I do all the time. 1. Go to the electrical section. 2. Buy 1 item whi h cost £60 or more. 3. Get your voucher and spend on fuel. 4. Return the electrical item back to Sainsburys 5. Win


I'm not sure many people would be that dishonest for the sake of £10 or less bit well done for both your honesty in this post and your lack of honesty in the rest of your life
Rolefitleader16/07/2019 21:46

Hi ,ok as long as your car requires that much fuel when filling up!


£60 to spend in shop to get the voucher to get money of for the fuel
Carldiff16/07/2019 23:34

Spending £60 to save £3.50....am I the only one who doesn't get it?


If you don't spend over £60 a week on a food shop or you don't put more then £35 worth of fuel in at a time then I think it's fair to say this deal isn't for you.
Wibblefish17/07/2019 11:54

I'm not sure many people would be that dishonest for the sake of £10 or …I'm not sure many people would be that dishonest for the sake of £10 or less bit well done for both your honesty in this post and your lack of honesty in the rest of your life


You judgemental sad moral police, lead your life and leave mine for me.
If you don't care about your engine, put whatever stuff is cheaper.
In diesel you could even dilute with vegetsble oil at 90p/l when on offer.
JohnWoodwitch17/07/2019 00:05

Its a solid car.2006.no repairs and zero faults.Fluids change and …Its a solid car.2006.no repairs and zero faults.Fluids change and filters.break disks change once and braking shoes hahaha...unlike some modern cars that have rust on them while leaving Factory dsi engines last at least 300 000miles ..done 104440 so far...still another 30 years of faultless driving


The amount of time I get stuck behind these cars with elderlys driving Is so annoying.
antf8317/07/2019 13:44

The amount of time I get stuck behind these cars with elderlys driving Is …The amount of time I get stuck behind these cars with elderlys driving Is so annoying.


You must be driving too fast then
You must be the reason of our high car insurance premiums
JohnWoodwitch17/07/2019 13:48

You must be driving too fast then You must be the reason of our high …You must be driving too fast then You must be the reason of our high car insurance premiums


Some do 40 in a 30 and 40 in a 50. It is quite annoying my friend.
Well ya know...high gas prices nowdays so you will see some more slow moving cars...
If you leave your home 5 minutes earlier you wont have to rush to you destination point
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