Massive 12p off litre of fuel with a £60 spend from 27th august @ sainsburys
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Massive 12p off litre of fuel with a £60 spend from 27th august @ sainsburys

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Found 16th Aug 2011
from 27th august get 12p off litre of fuel seems to run to 10th of september

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This offer is part of a targeted direct mail campaign so customers can only get the petrol discount if they receive the offer through the post. The customer will need to bring the token they’ve received through the post into store and hand it in at the till when they’ve done their shopping
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Thats a great deal, saves about £9 on a full tank
Original Poster
can you be real naughty such as driving up with 2 cars and filling them together?
shadow1

can you be real naughty such as driving up with 2 cars and filling them … can you be real naughty such as driving up with 2 cars and filling them together?



I don't see why not - they're not selling by the car but by the litre.
From memory, I think it's limited to 100 litres - or maybe £100???
Where did you find out about this offer?
why not just drop the price by 12p per ltr without spend that will fetch customers in
35iFutbM

why not just drop the price by 12p per ltr without spend that will fetch … why not just drop the price by 12p per ltr without spend that will fetch customers in


They don't want the customers in the petrol station, they want them in the store. A reduction of 12p a litre is a huge loss.
HOT HOT HOT
Will never use Sainsbury's after they "had too high a percentage of water in their fuel" and my Audi broke down. They ended up paying for parts and labour to get it (and many others) repaired. It messed up my week though, since the replacement car took 24 hours to arrive.

I'm not voting this cold but if you value your car don't buy this cheap, watered down crap.
You need to spend £60 as opposed to £50 in Tesco or Morrisons. the extra £10 negates my fuel saving of approx £9. Plus my nearest Sainsburys petrol is 35 miles away. I'm afraid its cold from me.
That was interesting. I voted cold and it went from 161 degrees to 218. Perhaps I should have voted hot. Has anyone else noticed this phenomenon?
chrisbbacon

Will never use Sainsbury's after they "had too high a percentage of water … Will never use Sainsbury's after they "had too high a percentage of water in their fuel" and my Audi broke down. They ended up paying for parts and labour to get it (and many others) repaired. It messed up my week though, since the replacement car took 24 hours to arrive. I'm not voting this cold but if you value your car don't buy this cheap, watered down crap.



I've used Sainsburys petrol for around 15 years and never had a problem with any car, must have just been an isolated incident.
They advertise this at the St Johns Worcester store, big advert, but they dont have a petrol station there.
MisterQ

That was interesting. I voted cold and it went from 161 degrees to 218. … That was interesting. I voted cold and it went from 161 degrees to 218. Perhaps I should have voted hot. Has anyone else noticed this phenomenon?



It effectively refreshes the heat when you vote, so between you seeing the heat and voting, 50-something other people disagreed with you.
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toadoftoadhall

They advertise this at the St Johns Worcester store, big advert, but they … They advertise this at the St Johns Worcester store, big advert, but they dont have a petrol station there.


tell them to get one installed QUICK X)
Not so hot deal.. My local Sainsurys station has steadily been putting the price up by 1p every 2 weeks. So its not 12p a ltr saving, more like 6p...still better than nothing tho.
chrisbbacon

Will never use Sainsbury's after they "had too high a percentage of water … Will never use Sainsbury's after they "had too high a percentage of water in their fuel" and my Audi broke down. They ended up paying for parts and labour to get it (and many others) repaired. It messed up my week though, since the replacement car took 24 hours to arrive. I'm not voting this cold but if you value your car don't buy this cheap, watered down crap.



That was one garage, on one occasion and they covered the costs. If you blacklisted every chain of garages that had had a problem with one forecourt at some point then you'd never buy fuel anywhere.

time to stock up on beer
shadow1

can you be real naughty such as driving up with 2 cars and filling them … can you be real naughty such as driving up with 2 cars and filling them together?



I will be rear ending with my friends to double up on free fuel flow.
MisterQ

You need to spend £60 as opposed to £50 in Tesco or Morrisons. the extra £ … You need to spend £60 as opposed to £50 in Tesco or Morrisons. the extra £10 negates my fuel saving of approx £9. Plus my nearest Sainsburys petrol is 35 miles away. I'm afraid its cold from me.


I dont know why people think Sainsburys is so expensive. My girlfriend works at Morrisons at the minute so we used to shop their because of the 10% discount. Now we get the deals from Morrisons and then go down to Sainsburys for the main shop. Its about the same price! Meat is slightly more expensive but we buy that from the butchers anyway. Overall Sainsburys food tastes nicer as well. Plus you get nectar points and pretty much every time we go in we get a voucher for £3 off £30 spend or £4 off £40 spend and a couple of "buy 3 veg save 50p", "buy 3 frozen items save 50p" etc vouchers.

MisterQ

That was interesting. I voted cold and it went from 161 degrees to 218. … That was interesting. I voted cold and it went from 161 degrees to 218. Perhaps I should have voted hot. Has anyone else noticed this phenomenon?



Its others voting inbetween the time the page loads and the time you vote.

chrisbbacon

Will never use Sainsbury's after they "had too high a percentage of water … Will never use Sainsbury's after they "had too high a percentage of water in their fuel" and my Audi broke down. They ended up paying for parts and labour to get it (and many others) repaired. It messed up my week though, since the replacement car took 24 hours to arrive.I'm not voting this cold but if you value your car don't buy this cheap, watered down crap.



I've been using Sainsburys petrol/diesel for around 8 years since safeway closed and Sainsburys took over. Seem to get better MPG than ASDA and about the same as ESSO (but around 6-7p a litre cheaper!)
MisterQ

You need to spend £60 as opposed to £50 in Tesco or Morrisons. the extra £ … You need to spend £60 as opposed to £50 in Tesco or Morrisons. the extra £10 negates my fuel saving of approx £9. Plus my nearest Sainsburys petrol is 35 miles away. I'm afraid its cold from me.



It doesn't matter where your nearest Sainbury's is, there are hundreds around the country so for a vast majority of people this is an excellent deal. On your other point, it isn't just £9 in petrol that you save by spending the extra £10, you also get £10 extra shopping for that money.

Very hot from me, thanks op!
simate

I've used Sainsburys petrol for around 15 years and never had a problem … I've used Sainsburys petrol for around 15 years and never had a problem with any car, must have just been an isolated incident.



I thought I was frugal by going mere months on one tank Oo
Any good deals at Sainsburys to accompany this deal?
£60 in sainsbury is like £40 in asda!
No use to me, no where near a store.
jay_leeds

£60 in sainsbury is like £40 in asda!



true that
Pretty good, seeing as sainsburys have just sent me vouchers for £12 off a £60 spend for the next month
any proof for this deal?
Edited by: "lostinlost2" 16th Aug 2011
wonderful, when it happens - just need the others to follow suit or beat, especially with a lower spend limit.
simate

I've used Sainsburys petrol for around 15 years and never had a problem … I've used Sainsburys petrol for around 15 years and never had a problem with any car, must have just been an isolated incident.



Supermarket petrol is generally ok, but supermarket diesel generally has less additives (not always) than top brands like Esso, so can affect the way your engine runs/lasts etc. I have personally no problem putting it in our petrol focus, but wouldn't in my diesel Octavia for that fact. You can tell the difference!
mrcashman

Any good deals at Sainsburys to accompany this deal?



If you or anyone you know has access to a "reward gateway" through work, then you can get reloadable sainsburys gift cards at a 5% discount which you can then use to buy fuel. That saves about 7p / litre on top of any other offers.
Cold
The price of crude oil has fallen. So the actual price SHOULD be at least 15p cheaper.

What a joke.
Ripped off again. Too expensive for petrol/diesel and the groceries. With the price of crude oil the lower groceries transport cost should make the offer even more cheaper.
Banned
MisterQ

You need to spend £60 as opposed to £50 in Tesco or Morrisons. the extra £ … You need to spend £60 as opposed to £50 in Tesco or Morrisons. the extra £10 negates my fuel saving of approx £9. Plus my nearest Sainsburys petrol is 35 miles away. I'm afraid its cold from me.



You voted cold because there isn't a Sainsburys near you?

DBXdarkangel

Not so hot deal.. My local Sainsurys station has steadily been putting … Not so hot deal.. My local Sainsurys station has steadily been putting the price up by 1p every 2 weeks. So its not 12p a ltr saving, more like 6p...still better than nothing tho.



So have every other garage round here, Sainsbury's aren't the cheapest round here but are only 1p more than the cheapest (and about 7p cheaper than some) so still a good deal. Hot from me
Original Poster
jay_leeds

£60 in sainsbury is like £40 in asda!



not always the case some things will be cheaper across all the stores but quality is not the same and i find sainsburys products of higher quality than asda also sainsbuys have much better great offer deals such as their half price or less toy deal we had on here not long ago.
If you shop wisely, buying their special offers etc., it's as cheap at Sainsburys as anywhere else. As someone has already said they have been giving £5 off £50 and £6 off £60 spend vouchers at the till as well lately so added together with the fuel voucher this is a hot deal.
Original Poster
im lucky enough to of had £12 off a £60 spend as well
sophieprice85

true that



Thats the Reduced Chav Premium im affraid.
MisterQ

You need to spend £60 as opposed to £50 in Tesco or Morrisons. the extra £ … You need to spend £60 as opposed to £50 in Tesco or Morrisons. the extra £10 negates my fuel saving of approx £9. Plus my nearest Sainsburys petrol is 35 miles away. I'm afraid its cold from me.


Are you going to be throwing the extra ten pounds down the drain, or spending it on non perishable produce? One of these options means you'll save money.
Never had a savings voucher from the till so i think I`ll buy something to get the petrol saving and take it back the next day for a full refund.
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