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Receive 10p Off Each Litre of Fuel When you Spend £60 @ Sainsbury's - Includes Spirits!
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Receive 10p Off Each Litre of Fuel When you Spend £60 @ Sainsbury's - Includes Spirits!

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Posted 28th Oct

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This popular offer returns at Sainsbury's from Wednesday Simply spend £60 online or instore by the 4th November to receive your voucher. The Coupon is valid for 14 days from date of issue. Max 100 litres. Excludes centrals and locals stores.


Qualifying spend excludes 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-top-up, PayPoint payments, charity products, carrier bags, cafe transactions and car park tickets.

Fuel coupon not valid at the following stores which are Pay@Pump only: Hazel Grove, Hawick, Whitehouse Farm, Livingston, Dartmouth, Ely, Sudbury and Faversham

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Really good bit of insider info this time

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Can you confirm if anyone has actually got this offer. Sainsburys just told us that Tesco are currently running this offer, not Sainsburys. Customer services said the next offer Sainsburys are running is the double up.

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termite28/10/2019 14:45

Aldi food is mostly poor quality, they spend time copying premium …Aldi food is mostly poor quality, they spend time copying premium packaging but the goods are third-rate. Sainsburys is much better.


I disagree and so do many others, though I understand it may have been so many years ago, before we found it. I'll concede that some Sainsbury's stuff is similar to Aldi/Lidl stuff but at a far higher price. We went to Aldi out of curiosity, found out how good most of their stuff is and now only go elsewhere for items Aldi don't stock. There are certain items we won't buy elsewhere regardless. The massive saving is a further bonus, not the primary reason for going there now.

Our local Aldi has been closed for 9 months for a rebuild but we'll stiil drive 12 miles past a Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons and ASDA to shop at the next nearest Aldi.

I used to be a brand snob too but then I found out! You have to have an open mind.

I'm not sure why I bother with such posts though - Aldi is too busy already!
£5-£6 saving in a typical car for a full fill. Sainsbury's is so expensive for groceries that you'd save more by doing your £60 shop almost anywhere else, but especially Aldi or lidl.
luke.o.zade28/10/2019 07:43

Haha, typical, guess what, I filled up at Morrisons yesterday !


Worse still I filled up yesterday in Sainsburys
mutley128/10/2019 20:17

i like morrisons but they are on a par with tesco in my opinion. iceland …i like morrisons but they are on a par with tesco in my opinion. iceland is not very nice, not even their eggs or chocolates so i would rate them even below lidl or on a par but no more. they are certainly no where near as good as morrisons. i don't have aldi near me so can't comment but i would guess they are very similar to lidl in quality.


Thanks mutley. It's nice that you give an idea of how the various supermarkets perform. A lot of us have never been in some of them. Thank you.
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Haha, typical, guess what, I filled up at Morrisons yesterday !
luke.o.zade28/10/2019 07:43

Haha, typical, guess what, I filled up at Morrisons yesterday !


Worse still I filled up yesterday in Sainsburys
Good deal. I only fill up once every few months tho. Wife may benefit though.
Dotty_Bird28/10/2019 07:54

Worse still I filled up yesterday in Sainsburys Worse still I filled up yesterday in Sainsburys


Yeah only went to morrys cos it was 1/2p cheaper than sains
£5-£6 saving in a typical car for a full fill. Sainsbury's is so expensive for groceries that you'd save more by doing your £60 shop almost anywhere else, but especially Aldi or lidl.
Tesco has same offer
just missed out on the tesco offer yesterday as it was closed by the time we could get there. will have a go at this one
Besford28/10/2019 09:16

£5-£6 saving in a typical car for a full fill. Sainsbury's is so expensive …£5-£6 saving in a typical car for a full fill. Sainsbury's is so expensive for groceries that you'd save more by doing your £60 shop almost anywhere else, but especially Aldi or lidl.


Aldi food is mostly poor quality, they spend time copying premium packaging but the goods are third-rate. Sainsburys is much better.
termite28/10/2019 14:45

Aldi food is mostly poor quality, they spend time copying premium …Aldi food is mostly poor quality, they spend time copying premium packaging but the goods are third-rate. Sainsburys is much better.


I disagree and so do many others, though I understand it may have been so many years ago, before we found it. I'll concede that some Sainsbury's stuff is similar to Aldi/Lidl stuff but at a far higher price. We went to Aldi out of curiosity, found out how good most of their stuff is and now only go elsewhere for items Aldi don't stock. There are certain items we won't buy elsewhere regardless. The massive saving is a further bonus, not the primary reason for going there now.

Our local Aldi has been closed for 9 months for a rebuild but we'll stiil drive 12 miles past a Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons and ASDA to shop at the next nearest Aldi.

I used to be a brand snob too but then I found out! You have to have an open mind.

I'm not sure why I bother with such posts though - Aldi is too busy already!
sainsburys food is nice and i don't think it is that pricey for what it is. i certainly prefer sainsburys over tesco and asda is cheap but not as good quality. lidl i find very poor quality except strangely enough i like their eggs and chocolates but that is about it.
mutley128/10/2019 19:13

sainsburys food is nice and i don't think it is that pricey for what it …sainsburys food is nice and i don't think it is that pricey for what it is. i certainly prefer sainsburys over tesco and asda is cheap but not as good quality. lidl i find very poor quality except strangely enough i like their eggs and chocolates but that is about it.


Both Lidl and Aldi are good for some things but rubbish for others. Sainsburys far too expensive even for these get you in deals. I've had a few £20 spends and get 6p per litre off. Morrisons and Iceland are good alternatives to Aldi/Lidl
i like morrisons but they are on a par with tesco in my opinion. iceland is not very nice, not even their eggs or chocolates so i would rate them even below lidl or on a par but no more. they are certainly no where near as good as morrisons. i don't have aldi near me so can't comment but i would guess they are very similar to lidl in quality.
Edited by: "mutley1" 28th Oct
mutley128/10/2019 20:17

i like morrisons but they are on a par with tesco in my opinion. iceland …i like morrisons but they are on a par with tesco in my opinion. iceland is not very nice, not even their eggs or chocolates so i would rate them even below lidl or on a par but no more. they are certainly no where near as good as morrisons. i don't have aldi near me so can't comment but i would guess they are very similar to lidl in quality.


Thanks mutley. It's nice that you give an idea of how the various supermarkets perform. A lot of us have never been in some of them. Thank you.
I'll try and get this while using my "new customer" online code. Wink wink
Heat added, this is the only place I ever learn about the petrol vouchers! 🙏🏻
This maybe Awesome to get with the double up
Tesco do the same thing but their fuel is cheaper.
Wow that’s a good deal
Shop elsewhere and save more money. Asda don't do this promotion because they don't over inflate their prices as much as Tesco or Sainsburys. Shop in Lidl and Aldi and save even more.
termite28/10/2019 14:45

Aldi food is mostly poor quality, they spend time copying premium …Aldi food is mostly poor quality, they spend time copying premium packaging but the goods are third-rate. Sainsburys is much better.


I have to disagree with this. A lot of Aldi food is really good. Sainsburys on the other hand is mostly poor in my opinion. I shop Tesco mainly but use all the Supermarkets.
Isn't supermarket fuel rubbish? You'll end up doing hundreds of pounds of damage to your engine for a 5 quid saving
Stevelow_21229/10/2019 07:29

Isn't supermarket fuel rubbish? You'll end up doing hundreds of pounds of …Isn't supermarket fuel rubbish? You'll end up doing hundreds of pounds of damage to your engine for a 5 quid saving


No
Muhammed_Osman29/10/2019 07:08

Tesco do the same thing but their fuel is cheaper.


Not in West Yorkshire it's not. Tesco mostly the dearest supermarket
Includes spirits, well it is Halloween coming up.....
Nice spot. Will fill her up today
snooper7529/10/2019 07:42

Not in West Yorkshire it's not. Tesco mostly the dearest supermarket


Owwww muchhh!
Besford28/10/2019 15:22

I disagree and so do many others, though I understand it may have been so …I disagree and so do many others, though I understand it may have been so many years ago, before we found it. I'll concede that some Sainsbury's stuff is similar to Aldi/Lidl stuff but at a far higher price. We went to Aldi out of curiosity, found out how good most of their stuff is and now only go elsewhere for items Aldi don't stock. There are certain items we won't buy elsewhere regardless. The massive saving is a further bonus, not the primary reason for going there now.Our local Aldi has been closed for 9 months for a rebuild but we'll stiil drive 12 miles past a Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons and ASDA to shop at the next nearest Aldi.I used to be a brand snob too but then I found out! You have to have an open mind.I'm not sure why I bother with such posts though - Aldi is too busy already!


I totally agree. I’ve been using Aldi for over a year and continue to be surprised by their cheaper (but just as good) alternatives. Only issue I’ve found is the veg tends to go off slightly earlier than mainstream supermarkets.Buy their free range meat and it’s a bargain eg. Free range chicken in Aldi, £4.50. Same in Sainsbury’s, £11.00. If you time it right when they go on half price offer they’re amazing value. My advice is don’t be a snob because you’re genuinely missing out. Love the comedy ‘alternative’ names too. Rocky biscuits now are...Wacko!
COLD - just spent over £60 to find out that this isn't currently on offer
Muhammed_Osman29/10/2019 07:08

Tesco do the same thing but their fuel is cheaper.


That’s incredibly location specific. I use petrol price mappers and Tesco where I live charge the same as Sainsbury’s.
Besford28/10/2019 09:16

£5-£6 saving in a typical car for a full fill. Sainsbury's is so expensive …£5-£6 saving in a typical car for a full fill. Sainsbury's is so expensive for groceries that you'd save more by doing your £60 shop almost anywhere else, but especially Aldi or lidl.


There's always one. I can't get half the stuff I need in Aldi/Lidl, and nearly everything is wrapped in plastic.

When I've done budget shops, I find the major supermarkets are all more or less equivalent for cheap, own brand products. If I can save on petrol too then even better.
stuartc7329/10/2019 07:13

Shop elsewhere and save more money. Asda don't do this promotion because …Shop elsewhere and save more money. Asda don't do this promotion because they don't over inflate their prices as much as Tesco or Sainsburys. Shop in Lidl and Aldi and save even more.


Lidl and Aldi have been caught out for misleading advertising, and half their stuff is ripped off other brands. Asda are owned by Walmart, and have a terrible ethics record. For a couple of £ difference (that's really all it is in my experience, if you know how to shop sensibly), I'd rather shop in Sainsbury's.
Edited by: "herrbz" 29th Oct
I'll stick to Waitrose, and continue to look for premium unleaded at the highest possible price for the Maserati.
jb7929/10/2019 10:18

COLD - just spent over £60 to find out that this isn't currently on offer …COLD - just spent over £60 to find out that this isn't currently on offer


I've messaged you
herrbz29/10/2019 10:42

Lidl and Aldi have been caught out for misleading advertising, and half …Lidl and Aldi have been caught out for misleading advertising, and half their stuff is ripped off other brands. Asda are owned by Walmart, and have a terrible ethics record. For a couple of £ difference (that's really all it is in my experience, if you know how to shop sensibly), I'd rather shop in Sainsbury's.


I believe you're wrong but that's OK - Aldi is too busy already.
herrbz29/10/2019 10:40

I can't get half the stuff I need in Aldi/Lidl...


Such as? I agree their range is smaller but 'half' - really?
Interested in knowing everyone's views on supermarket fuel. Is it good for the car or has it caused anyone issues.
"includes spirits"... Just in time for Halloween
Just went and spent £60 not realising the deal starts tomorrow
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