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Receive 10p Off each Litre of Fuel When you Spend £60 @ Sainsbury's
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Receive 10p Off each Litre of Fuel When you Spend £60 @ Sainsbury's

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Refreshed 12th Dec 2019 (Posted 4th Dec 2019)

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Receive 10p Off Each Litre of Fuel When you Spend £60 at Sainsbury's from 12th December. Offer applies to online and instore orders.

Offer ends 20th December

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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.

Last promo included Spirts also but will confirm once i have further info.
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So many pointless comments about "it's only £6 saving", "Shop at aldi/lidl", "It's expensive there anyway" etc etc.

If you shop and spend close to £60 in sainsburys anyway, great deal.
If you shop in sainsburys and decide to do a large shopping to get this offer, its a great deal.
If you never shop at Sainsburys, guess what, it's still a great deal because other people do.

You are not obliged to spend £60 or change your supermarkets. Simply it is there in case it benefits you.

Voted hot.

Edit:
So I bought £60 of shopping. I received a 'double nectar points of fuel' voucher, and of course the '10p off' voucher, and to top it all of, a '£6 off £40 shopping' voucher which I'll use again before this deal ends. Lots of wins there.
Edited by: "mustang500" 13th Dec 2019
burga198205/12/2019 12:14

Come in pay 20% more for your shopping than anywhere else and we will give …Come in pay 20% more for your shopping than anywhere else and we will give you 7% off your fuel haha


I did a budget weekly shop there last week for £15. The month before I did a budget weekly shop in Aldi for £13. Same items, and I'd argue some of Sainsbury's were better quality (also waaaay less plastic). People act like Aldi/Lidl and incredibly cheap, but if you know how to shop there's barely a difference.

Sainsbury's etc also has a wider range of stock in my experience - most of the time I shop in Aldi/Lidl I end up having to go somewhere else on the way home because they didn't have something I needed.
Saving ~£5 on a typical fill-up. Useful if you're going to spend £60 in Sainsbury's anyway. Otherwise do your shopping at Aldi/Lidl and save a lot more than this is worth.
Edited by: "Besford" 4th Dec 2019
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That’s true but if your buying from Sainsbury’s eg now tv for 14.99 then you buy 4, and save a £5er on your fuel. So it is hot!
Good day to you sir! Stick with your home made pizza and cheap liquor.
Saving ~£5 on a typical fill-up. Useful if you're going to spend £60 in Sainsbury's anyway. Otherwise do your shopping at Aldi/Lidl and save a lot more than this is worth.
Edited by: "Besford" 4th Dec 2019
If you have Cats Aldi/lidl don't sell Whiskas or Felix cat food so .
dilahk04/12/2019 17:30

If you have Cats Aldi/lidl don't sell Whiskas or Felix cat food so .


I don't have cats - so they do sell those products?

Is this what you'd spend your £60 on? Really? Your shopping revolves around what your cats want? Have you tried feeding your pampered pussies on Aldi's or Lidl's equivalents? Vets say most pets are overfed anyway.

All this in the age of the food bank too!
Edited by: "Besford" 4th Dec 2019
Let me be the first to say...iT's cHeApEr aT LiDl aNd AlDi

Oh wait, too late already.
Besford04/12/2019 17:54

I don't have cats - so they do sell those products?Is this what you'd …I don't have cats - so they do sell those products?Is this what you'd spend your £60 on? Really? Your shopping revolves around what your cats want? Have you tried feeding your pampered pussies on Aldi's or Lidl's equivalents? Vets say most pets are overfed anyway.All this in the age of the food bank too!


Do vets also know where the meat in pet food comes from? I can't imagine the Lidl/Aldi meat lived a good life
From top to bottom Sainsburys is RIP off . 10p only
10p per litre, 60L fill up, gain of £6.00 for spending £60 at Sainsbury’s. Cold imo unless you shop there already
Edited by: "Fingerblaster" 5th Dec 2019
Morrison’s also have this deal as I got a voucher last week
So many pointless comments about "it's only £6 saving", "Shop at aldi/lidl", "It's expensive there anyway" etc etc.

If you shop and spend close to £60 in sainsburys anyway, great deal.
If you shop in sainsburys and decide to do a large shopping to get this offer, its a great deal.
If you never shop at Sainsburys, guess what, it's still a great deal because other people do.

You are not obliged to spend £60 or change your supermarkets. Simply it is there in case it benefits you.

Voted hot.

Edit:
So I bought £60 of shopping. I received a 'double nectar points of fuel' voucher, and of course the '10p off' voucher, and to top it all of, a '£6 off £40 shopping' voucher which I'll use again before this deal ends. Lots of wins there.
Edited by: "mustang500" 13th Dec 2019
If you do your shopping at Sainsburys, then sure.
Come in pay 20% more for your shopping than anywhere else and we will give you 7% off your fuel haha
mustang50005/12/2019 10:02

So many pointless comments about "it's only £6 saving", "Shop at …So many pointless comments about "it's only £6 saving", "Shop at aldi/lidl", "It's expensive there anyway" etc etc.If you shop and spend close to £60 in sainsburys anyway, great deal.If you shop in sainsburys and decide to do a large shopping to get this offer, its a great deal.If you never shop at Sainsburys, guess what, it's still a great deal because other people do.You are not obliged to spend £60 or change your supermarkets. Simply it is there in case it benefits you. Voted hot.


Admin brown nosing
I'll stick with Aldi or Lidl, the saving you make on the weekly shop will be far greater than you save on the fuel.
Edited by: "bitm2007" 5th Dec 2019
burga198205/12/2019 12:14

Come in pay 20% more for your shopping than anywhere else and we will give …Come in pay 20% more for your shopping than anywhere else and we will give you 7% off your fuel haha


I did a budget weekly shop there last week for £15. The month before I did a budget weekly shop in Aldi for £13. Same items, and I'd argue some of Sainsbury's were better quality (also waaaay less plastic). People act like Aldi/Lidl and incredibly cheap, but if you know how to shop there's barely a difference.

Sainsbury's etc also has a wider range of stock in my experience - most of the time I shop in Aldi/Lidl I end up having to go somewhere else on the way home because they didn't have something I needed.
Still can't believe people waste time and money @ Sainsburys.
herrbz05/12/2019 13:49

I did a budget weekly shop there last week for £15. The month before I did …I did a budget weekly shop there last week for £15. The month before I did a budget weekly shop in Aldi for £13. Same items, and I'd argue some of Sainsbury's were better quality (also waaaay less plastic). People act like Aldi/Lidl and incredibly cheap, but if you know how to shop there's barely a difference.Sainsbury's etc also has a wider range of stock in my experience - most of the time I shop in Aldi/Lidl I end up having to go somewhere else on the way home because they didn't have something I needed.


Sainsbury's and aldi prices are same nothing different, I shopped in aldi or sainsbury's I pay £7 more in sainsbury's but I get always £7,5 voucher in sainsbury's.
Nothing wrong with buying something only to return it once you have your voucher...
Not dishonest just shopper smart..
Besford04/12/2019 14:46

Saving ~£5 on a typical fill-up. Useful if you're going to spend £60 in S …Saving ~£5 on a typical fill-up. Useful if you're going to spend £60 in Sainsbury's anyway. Otherwise do your shopping at Aldi/Lidl and save a lot more than this is worth.


Dout it, Aldi is quite expensive now and you can get cheap products elsewhere for less
RobHadiHadfield05/12/2019 19:00

Dout it, Aldi is quite expensive now and you can get cheap products …Dout it, Aldi is quite expensive now and you can get cheap products elsewhere for less


Nonsense.
RobHadiHadfield05/12/2019 19:00

Dout it, Aldi is quite expensive now and you can get cheap products …Dout it, Aldi is quite expensive now and you can get cheap products elsewhere for less


Nonsense.
Do Sainsbury’s have 98/99 Octane petrol?

Voted hot anyway.
Besford04/12/2019 17:54

I don't have cats - so they do sell those products?Is this what you'd …I don't have cats - so they do sell those products?Is this what you'd spend your £60 on? Really? Your shopping revolves around what your cats want? Have you tried feeding your pampered pussies on Aldi's or Lidl's equivalents? Vets say most pets are overfed anyway.All this in the age of the food bank too!



I spend £1 a tin on special dietary cat every day. Yes, that equates to £365 a year (£366 every four years I suppose). Couldn’t care less what people say about how I or anyone else chooses to spend their money. So please do judge away, and rest easy knowing that no one cares .
Haven’t been to our Sainsbury to do a shop for ages. I’ll give it a go for a change. Thanks for posting.
Just did all the same hoopla in Tesco. My car can take (when the tank is absolutely empty) 42 litres of fuel. It’s not really worthwhile if you have to go out of your way to a petrol station on a car like mine, I think it definitely benefits those with the guzzlers and those who are already very close to stores. Hot because it can be a nice saving, in the right situation.
dilahk04/12/2019 17:30

If you have Cats Aldi/lidl don't sell Whiskas or Felix cat food so .


Do yourself a favour and buy your pet supplies at zooplus.
jessica.lacey05/12/2019 22:32

Just did all the same hoopla in Tesco. My car can take (when the tank is …Just did all the same hoopla in Tesco. My car can take (when the tank is absolutely empty) 42 litres of fuel. It’s not really worthwhile if you have to go out of your way to a petrol station on a car like mine, I think it definitely benefits those with the guzzlers and those who are already very close to stores. Hot because it can be a nice saving, in the right situation.


I have a guzzler with a 62.5L tank, the only people this deal benefits is people who were already going to spend 60 quid on shopping at Sainsburys anyway
It’s seems people take these offers so personally, as if it’s an insult to them

All the stores have promos that undercut the others, not one single shop is cheaper for every comparable item. Just shop the way you normally do and if it’s at Sainsbury’s/Lidl that’s cool. This is a decent deal.

As for those arguing over cat food, seriously who cares what another persons cat eats, it the owners choice.
fbiroylindell06/12/2019 14:13

I have a guzzler with a 62.5L tank, the only people this deal benefits is …I have a guzzler with a 62.5L tank, the only people this deal benefits is people who were already going to spend 60 quid on shopping at Sainsburys anyway


Or can get great deals on stuff they usually would buy there too. It’s only £6.20 for you even; and that relies on an empty tank too. It’s a deal that at first glance seems like a bargain but isn’t really too much of one.
anthony.kenny06/12/2019 15:41

It’s seems people take these offers so personally, as if it’s an insult to …It’s seems people take these offers so personally, as if it’s an insult to them All the stores have promos that undercut the others, not one single shop is cheaper for every comparable item. Just shop the way you normally do and if it’s at Sainsbury’s/Lidl that’s cool. This is a decent deal. As for those arguing over cat food, seriously who cares what another persons cat eats, it the owners choice.


Cats don't have owners. They have servants.
dilahk04/12/2019 17:30

If you have Cats Aldi/lidl don't sell Whiskas or Felix cat food so .


Just feed them Aldi/Lidl stuff its all the same if not better, all safe for human consumption but of course not recommended

If you want to give them a real diet youll do a natural diet
Cats and dogs could live off scraps and garbage like they used to
Edited by: "Norseg" 7th Dec 2019
thearbiter6505/12/2019 21:11

I spend £1 a tin on special dietary cat every day. Yes, that equates to …I spend £1 a tin on special dietary cat every day. Yes, that equates to £365 a year (£366 every four years I suppose). Couldn’t care less what people say about how I or anyone else chooses to spend their money. So please do judge away, and rest easy knowing that no one cares .


If you're going to spend that much give them a Raw Meat diet, how it should be not from a can
Norseg07/12/2019 16:38

If you're going to spend that much give them a Raw Meat diet, how it …If you're going to spend that much give them a Raw Meat diet, how it should be not from a can



Yeah I guess you are right. It's just easier to buy Applaws or similar.
herrbz04/12/2019 23:29

Do vets also know where the meat in pet food comes from? I can't imagine …Do vets also know where the meat in pet food comes from? I can't imagine the Lidl/Aldi meat lived a good life


Vets commonly eat animals, all the ones I've worked with over the past decade or so have anyway, so I doubt they care very much for animals really
Wow, supermarket shopping is cheaper at Lidl & Aldi.... Fascinating.

I'm off to do a 70 mile round trip to my nearest one!
With the current ridiculous fuel prices this makes a big difference, especially when most people would spend £60 on a weekly shop anyway. 50l of fuel with 10p off per litre is a £5 saving! Heat added.
Coming towards the bottom of my tank and will probably need to refuel tomorrow. I was wondering can I go and buy something for £60, refuel and then return it? I never shop at Sainsbury so no point in spending £60 there.
Locally we have a tiny Lidl, big Tesco & a decent Sainsbury's. I downloaded the nectar app for vouchers & deals & the scan & go app which is fun & fast. I'm very annoyingly celiac for 15 years & last year due to auto immune diseases have had to quit dairy. Sainsbury's make food I can eat, that tastes like actual food I remember, not bricks & cardboard. Their veggies & fruits are reasonable. And meat it better quality than Tesco & Lidl locally. With some socks & pants for the kids threw in to trolly after picking up my prescription & knowing I was heading to Argos in store anyhows I am getting converted to Sainsbury's for my walk in shopping & Tesco for delivery. They are great with pensioner shoppers & on the tills too. Don't bash them until you try them. Personally I have been really pleased with them. And will be filling up you know what. It was worth the shop alone to find gluten free stroopwaffles.
Edited by: "Redheadirish" 12th Dec 2019
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