Not sure if this has already been posted but I got a voucher today with my Groceries from Sainsbury's which gives money off fuel at Sainsbury's filling stations. It is linked to your Nectar card and it seems if you spend over £40 on groceries you get a voucher for 2p off a litre of fuel. You can chose to redeem the voucher or scan it next time you shop to accumulate more savings. if you spend a further £40 next time you shop you get another 2p per litre added to the savings, spend £80 and 4p per litre saving is added etc. I guess this is Sainsbury's answer to the Tesco fuel saving scheme. Not sure if this is national or a pilot scheme, it seems less straightforward than the tesco deal because you need to scan the coupon and the loyalty card to notch up additional savings. Maybe other people understand this better than I do but I thought I'd post it in case people just throw away the vouchers printed at Sainsbury's checkout and missed the deal.