It's back again up to 30p off per litre fuel  at Tesco on selected products
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It's back again up to 30p off per litre fuel at Tesco on selected products

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Found 16th Jul 2013
Terms and Conditions

All Qualifying Products and Qualifying Deals are subject to availability.
Maximum of 6 Qualifying Products or Qualifying Deals per delivery.
Offer valid for deliveries made between 15th July and 21st July (inclusive).
One Fuel Coupon for 5p off per litre of fuel will be issued per purchase of a Qualifying Product or Qualifying Deal.
A maximum of 6 Fuel Coupons can be used together in respect of one transaction at participating Tesco Petrol Filling Stations and Express stores that sell Tesco fuel.
Discount available on one individual purchase of Petrol, Diesel or AdBlue for one vehicle, per coupon. Mixed grade transactions are excluded. Fuel Coupons cannot be used in conjunction with any other Tesco Fuel promotion.
Fuel Coupons are not valid for PayatPump transactions or Esso fuel.
Tesco reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time.
This coupon is and shall remain the property of Tesco Stores Ltd and is not transferable.
Coupons must be presented during the fuel transaction. Coupons cannot be redeemed once the transaction has closed.
Coupons can only be used once and must be surrendered after first use.
Tesco reserves the right to request the return of Fuel Coupons should a customer wish to receive a refund for any Qualifying Product or Qualifying Deal. This does not affect your statutory rights.
Damaged, defaced or copied Fuel Coupons will not be accepted.
Fuel Coupons have no cash value.
Fuel Coupon is only redeemable in participating Tesco Petrol Filling Stations and Express stores that sell Tesco fuel. Excludes ROI.
Fuel coupon is valid until 18th August 2013.
This coupon is and shall remain the property of Tesco Stores Ltd.
Fuel coupon entitles 5p per litre off each full litre to the maximum amount of 100 litres per transaction. Maximum 30p discount per litre.
Age restrictions apply and you must be 18 or over to purchase alcohol.

Flora buttery 1kg -£3.80
Cathedral city twin pack - £7.49
Tesco luxury toilet roll 18 pack - £6.95
Robinsons double concentrate 1.75 litres buy any 2 for £6
Plenty kitchen towel 8 pack - £6.43
Carlsberg 20 x 440ml - £14
- fm123

42 Comments

What products are included?

Yes! This means cheap vouchers will be all over eBay

What a surprise, all items included vastly overpriced just in time for this promotion, con!

Most of them will be overpriced, but you still get lucky with 1 or 2 of them. It will be worth close scrutinisation to see which 10p vouchers are worth going for. I'm sure I will manage to take advantage somehow, and might even be able to do the '2 car trick' if the petrol station is busy enough. Thanks OP. What about the products, anyone know yet? Heat added btw.

Just saw the products.
Edited by: "lowrieh1" 16th Jul 2013

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JPS

Yes! This means cheap vouchers will be all over eBay

That's what I'm after

Original Poster

lowrieh1

Most of them will be overpriced, but you still get lucky with 1 or 2 of … Most of them will be overpriced, but you still get lucky with 1 or 2 of them. It will be worth close scrutinisation to see which 10p vouchers are worth going for. I'm sure I will manage to take advantage somehow, and might even be able to do the '2 car trick' if the petrol station is busy enough. Thanks OP. What about the products, anyone know yet? Heat added btw.Just saw the products.

give us a clue of "2 car trick"

The Flora is £1.80 more expensive than the usual £1 per 500g at can be had with an offer, but e 5p coupon is worth up to £5 for me, so will probably get this.

The cheese is way too over-priced so will give that a miss.

The kitchen roll is £2.43 more expensive than the last 8 pack I got for £4 at Asda, but again could be worth buying to save up to £5.

The last time they did this the Robinsons was 2 for £7, and this time £1 less, so I will look to see how much it is elsewhere before considering this.

All in all, I reckon I could still save at least between £5 and £6 minimum, which is better in my pocket than theirs. Thanks again OP.

People - don't buy these rip off "deals"!! You should be able to get the vouchers on eBay, will cost a few quid but will save you more!
Edited by: "JPS" 16th Jul 2013

romasher1

give us a clue of "2 car trick"



Mine and daughter's either side of the pump, so you can get the full 99/100 litres. I put 60 litres into my 70 litre tank and 39/40 into her 50 litre tank. Voucher is for up to 100 litres but some stations only allow maximum delivery of 99. Also, some jobsworths are fussy about not being able to do that, but if the station is a decent size and it is moderately busy they don't really notice or care most of the time. I've done it about half a dozen times, with one 'telling off' (still gave me the fuel because they didn't have much choice, just act as if you didn't realise it was a big deal)

JPS

People - don't buy these rip off "deals"!! You should be able to get the … People - don't buy these rip off "deals"!! You should be able to get the vouchers on eBay, will cost a few quid but will save you more!



Never looked at these before. What do they usually charge for the vouchers and what about delivery? Any problems ever with 'rip-off' merchants?

Can't these be price matched with other supermarkets after purchase?

opaninkofi

Can't these be price matched with other supermarkets after purchase?



Interesting? The plot thickens. Some strategic shopping called for I believe. X)

Was it not a 10p voucher per qualifying purchase last time?

lowrieh1

Never looked at these before. What do they usually charge for the … Never looked at these before. What do they usually charge for the vouchers and what about delivery? Any problems ever with 'rip-off' merchants?



They always start off very expensive, but then as more and more are put on eBay and as the expiry date draws closer, you can pick them up very cheaply. Obviously you will need to buy at least 6 to benefit from 30p per litre discount. Have a search on eBay for tesco 5p.....

Bend over and get the lub out for the good old Tesco rip offs. every little helps...... yea right... buy grossly over priced very high margin products which you Dont need to get a few quid off petrol. Just like all there multi buy offers. put the price up then do a multi buy offer

JPS

Yes! This means cheap vouchers will be all over eBay



And the majority of the eBay vouchers are fakes / copies / stolen from the stores or printers.

I mean come on guys - how would anyone LEGITIMATELY get their hands on hundreds of these vouchers to sell

Bikertov

And the majority of the eBay vouchers are fakes / copies / stolen from … And the majority of the eBay vouchers are fakes / copies / stolen from the stores or printers.I mean come on guys - how would anyone LEGITIMATELY get their hands on hundreds of these vouchers to sell



While I don't condone it, it's pretty stupid of Tesco to not put unique one-off serial numbers on the vouchers isn't it. They must know they are all over eBay every time they come out, yet make no attempt to stop it....

gordy1

Was it not a 10p voucher per qualifying purchase last time?



Yeah im sure it was and you were getting maximum 50p off...

so your having to spend about £30 instore to save up to about 7 quid off a max fuel spend , but you do have a load of overpriced butter/juice to show for the saving, which if you shopped around could get for less. Its a lot of money to spend over £150 to save a few quid, if you can fill your tank to use the max

gram333uk

Yeah im sure it was and you were getting maximum 50p off...so your having … Yeah im sure it was and you were getting maximum 50p off...so your having to spend about £30 instore to save up to about 7 quid off a max fuel spend , but you do have a load of overpriced butter/juice to show for the saving, which if you shopped around could get for less. Its a lot of money to spend over £150 to save a few quid, if you can fill your tank to use the max



I reckon most people will stick about 50 litres in 50x5p=£2.50

Robinsons is £1 cheaper this time but only a 5p voucher compared to the 10p voucher last time, so approx. £1.50 worse this time.



Edited by: "gordy1" 16th Jul 2013

As has just been said. 5p per litre = approx £2.50 saving for a normal car run down to a low tank.

If you are considering this "deal", then think about...

1) How much does it cost you to get to Tesco ie is it further to travel and so greater fuel cost. Just in fuel costs with petrol you are probably paying 10-15p per mile to travel.

2) Is there a cheaper petrol station nearby - ie saving a few pennies anyway?

3) Are the products good value for money? Don't fall for the "captive audience" trick in-store - seek out prices elsewhere and not just for the branded goods, for the own brand/budget versions.

4) Is Tesco even the best place to get your shopping ie could it be more than £2.50/multiple elsewhere? ASDA guarantee to be 10% cheaper so is the best place to do a "normal prices" ie not buying products on offer shop - or split your trolley to take advantage - I find that ASDA are cheaper on almost everything anyway.

5) Finally, is there another money-saving trick you have missed that would be much more worthwhile than ultimately this tiny saving (<4%) - eg cashback sites where possible for all online transactions, cashback credit card, switching energy provider, trying unbranded/value products, changing driving style etc.? Many of these could save hundreds of pounds rather than worrying about getting a few pence off fuel.

I conclude by saying. If Tesco started advertising a "£2.50 off £65" promotion on grocery shopping we would laugh and brand it derisory and insulting. And yet when it's off a different bit of our shopping...... People seem transfixed by it??

JPS

They always start off very expensive, but then as more and more are put … They always start off very expensive, but then as more and more are put on eBay and as the expiry date draws closer, you can pick them up very cheaply. Obviously you will need to buy at least 6 to benefit from 30p per litre discount. Have a search on eBay for tesco 5p.....



Thanks, will have a look over the next week or two.

Nujol

As has just been said. 5p per litre = approx £2.50 saving for a normal … As has just been said. 5p per litre = approx £2.50 saving for a normal car run down to a low tank. If you are considering this "deal", then think about...1) How much does it cost you to get to Tesco ie is it further to travel and so greater fuel cost. Just in fuel costs with petrol you are probably paying 10-15p per mile to travel. 2) Is there a cheaper petrol station nearby - ie saving a few pennies anyway?3) Are the products good value for money? Don't fall for the "captive audience" trick in-store - seek out prices elsewhere and not just for the branded goods, for the own brand/budget versions. 4) Is Tesco even the best place to get your shopping ie could it be more than £2.50/multiple elsewhere? ASDA guarantee to be 10% cheaper so is the best place to do a "normal prices" ie not buying products on offer shop - or split your trolley to take advantage - I find that ASDA are cheaper on almost everything anyway. 5) Finally, is there another money-saving trick you have missed that would be much more worthwhile than ultimately this tiny saving (<4%) - eg cashback sites where possible for all online transactions, cashback credit card, switching energy provider, trying unbranded/value products, changing driving style etc.? Many of these could save hundreds of pounds rather than worrying about getting a few pence off fuel. I conclude by saying. If Tesco started advertising a "£2.50 off £65" promotion on grocery shopping we would laugh and brand it derisory and insulting. And yet when it's off a different bit of our shopping...... People seem transfixed by it??



Your words are indeed words of wisdom for the uneducated/transfixed/otherwise brainless, but for those that shop at Tesco anyway it can still save a little, provided you work it properly. I said earlier I wouldn't buy the cheese at that price, even if it was a 10p voucher, but 1 or 2 of the others (even though they can be cheaper elsewhere) will still allow a fuel saving after the other costs involved are deducted. Hope your comments get enough likes to allow it to sit just below the deal description, so others will take what you have said into account.

The Cathedral City at £7.49 earning you 5p off is 2 x 350g for £5 in Asda at the moment. So if you are the average driver as quoted on here, then you are no better off.

Will Tesco not still do the price promise with these items?
If so then surely it is worth doing for the branded ones,especially if you buy them anyway.

takethatfan1978

Will Tesco not still do the price promise with these items?If so then … Will Tesco not still do the price promise with these items?If so then surely it is worth doing for the branded ones,especially if you buy them anyway.



The thing with price promise is that your 'benefit' from something that is cheaper elsewhere can get swallowed up by something that is cheaper at Tesco's, because it is your total spend. It only truly works if either everything you buy is cheaper or the same price elsewhere or if everything you buy is cheaper in Tesco.


I think it's a bit of a con really. I still do my research and buy wherever it is cheapest.

But good thinking anyway, I see your point.

Edited by: "DangerousBeans" 16th Jul 2013

I did this with their price promise last time, so got the goods price matched to get the best price and also got the coupons. The price promise is automatic these days but I think you have to have 8 items, not sure if they have to be different though! Last time I seem to remember splitting my goods into 3 transactions to maximise discount/vouchers!

DangerousBeans

The thing with price promise is that your 'benefit' from something that … The thing with price promise is that your 'benefit' from something that is cheaper elsewhere can get swallowed up by something that is cheaper at Tesco's, because it is your total spend. It only truly works if either everything you buy is cheaper or the same price elsewhere or if everything you buy is cheaper in Tesco. I think it's a bit of a con really. I still do my research and buy wherever it is cheapest. :{But good thinking anyway, I see your point.



I know how the price promise works as have done it before,I was merely asking if it would still work this time.
You just have to know how to work the prices out.
I done it with the last promotion with Andrex,you then only had to buy 8 things so got the things on offer plus an onion and some apples I think. Also had Andrex coupons so was certainly worth it.
Edited by: "takethatfan1978" 16th Jul 2013

Cotman

I did this with their price promise last time, so got the goods price … I did this with their price promise last time, so got the goods price matched to get the best price and also got the coupons. The price promise is automatic these days but I think you have to have 8 items, not sure if they have to be different though! Last time I seem to remember splitting my goods into 3 transactions to maximise discount/vouchers!



Yes they do have to be different things but the squash for example would count as two if you pick two flavours.

Would be worth trying if it worked,if of course you needed/wanted the items anyway.

.. and let's not overlook the fact that you can only use the vouchers to buy cr*ppy Tesco fuel.

Decentbloke

.. and let's not overlook the fact that you can only use the vouchers to … .. and let's not overlook the fact that you can only use the vouchers to buy cr*ppy Tesco fuel.



Here we go,there is always one!!

Decentbloke

.. and let's not overlook the fact that you can only use the vouchers to … .. and let's not overlook the fact that you can only use the vouchers to buy cr*ppy Tesco fuel.


Actually you can use them to buy premium 99 RON Momentum petrol which is far from crappy, but only makes sense if your car needs it. It's fantastic fuel. However I agree, the regular fuel leaves a lot to be desired.

JPS

Actually you can use them to buy premium 99 RON Momentum petrol which is … Actually you can use them to buy premium 99 RON Momentum petrol which is far from crappy, but only makes sense if your car needs it. It's fantastic fuel. However I agree, the regular fuel leaves a lot to be desired.



Oops. I stand corrected on that. I'm a diesel user myself and stopped using supermarket fuel a couple of years ago because the extra mpg and smoother running I get from ordinary Shell/Esso/BP/Mobil/etc more than compensates for a slightly higher cost per litre.

Decentbloke

Oops. I stand corrected on that. I'm a diesel user myself and stopped … Oops. I stand corrected on that. I'm a diesel user myself and stopped using supermarket fuel a couple of years ago because the extra mpg and smoother running I get from ordinary Shell/Esso/BP/Mobil/etc more than compensates for a slightly higher cost per litre.



Deffo. I know the debate will be never ending, but you summed it up pretty perfectly there. Most car engines run smoother and get better mpg on branded fuel. Maybe some people don't care or just don't realise.

I buy the cheap supermarket fuel and get more mpg than the Shell/Texaco/BP/Mobil users by simply driving more economically, and never had engine trouble on cheap fuel.

I will make a huge saving with this deal on fuel, especially touring UK, so HOT if you know how.

Well I have just done my weekly shop, split it into two, bought the 5p offers and added a couple of cheap packs of chewing gum, came to £46, got 6x coupons and a £5 off next £40 shop coupon and a price match coupon of £3.70, put the rest of our usual shop through to get another £5 off coupon, emptied the trolley into the car to find a discarded £5 off coupon in the bottom! Then brimmed the car as I have a long run next week with 66 litres to save £19.80 so well worth the trip for me (and my car loves momentum)

moeman

Well I have just done my weekly shop, split it into two, bought the 5p … Well I have just done my weekly shop, split it into two, bought the 5p offers and added a couple of cheap packs of chewing gum, came to £46, got 6x coupons and a £5 off next £40 shop coupon and a price match coupon of £3.70, put the rest of our usual shop through to get another £5 off coupon, emptied the trolley into the car to find a discarded £5 off coupon in the bottom! Then brimmed the car as I have a long run next week with 66 litres to save £19.80 so well worth the trip for me (and my car loves momentum)


Go there.
Work that deal
Edited by: "DangerousBeans" 18th Jul 2013

moeman

Well I have just done my weekly shop, split it into two, bought the 5p … Well I have just done my weekly shop, split it into two, bought the 5p offers and added a couple of cheap packs of chewing gum, came to £46, got 6x coupons and a £5 off next £40 shop coupon and a price match coupon of £3.70, put the rest of our usual shop through to get another £5 off coupon, emptied the trolley into the car to find a discarded £5 off coupon in the bottom! Then brimmed the car as I have a long run next week with 66 litres to save £19.80 so well worth the trip for me (and my car loves momentum)



Like I said earlier. A little strategic shopping goes a long way. Will be doing it myself in the next day or two. Well done you.

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lowrieh1

Like I said earlier. A little strategic shopping goes a long way. Will … Like I said earlier. A little strategic shopping goes a long way. Will be doing it myself in the next day or two. Well done you.


Just bought on ebay 18 coupons for £17.50+ free pp(link below)
ebay.co.uk/itm…5f2

romasher1

Just bought on ebay 18 coupons for £17.50+ free pp(link below) … Just bought on ebay 18 coupons for £17.50+ free pp(link below) http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/18-X-5p-Tesco-Fuel-Petrol-Voucher-Upto-30p-Off-A-Lite-/300936218098?pt=UK_Tickets_Trave_Vouchers_Coupons_LE&hash=item46113245f2



That's a good price. How confident are you they are legitimate, and not photocopies, etc.?

Just done my 'strategic shop', 11 different items, bought the cheese (£4 at Asda) and kitchen roll (43p more expensive than my usual but needed some anyway), the 4 pack of Branston beans (now on offer at £1.25 but still £1 at Asda) and a couple of other items that were 7p cheaper at Asda. Got 2 x 5p off petrol coupons and a price promise voucher for £3.81.

I remember the days when I just used to go shopping, bought what I needed and that was that. Now it's turning into a planned military exercsise !

Finishes today. I wonder whether it will continue with some different products?
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