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Save 10p per litre on fuel when you spend £60 on your groceries @ Tesco

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Spend £60 or more after discounts and promotions are applied in-store and/or online at tesco.com/gro…ies on qualifying items in one transaction to earn a coupon giving 10p off every litre of fuel. Excludes purchases at any café & tobacco kiosks and of fuel, lottery products, gift cards, e-top up, opticians, phone store, savings stamps, postage stamps, 10p carrier bags, prescription medicines, infant milk formulae, Tesco Bank, and on travel money. Offer applies to in-store purchases and grocery deliveries and collections between 14/10 and 27/10. Coupons issued at till are valid for 2 weeks after purchase. Coupons issued online are valid until 10/11. Valid in UK Tesco petrol filling stations only. Coupons not issued at Express stores selling Esso fuel, Kirkwall & Lerwick Superstores, ROI & IOM and cannot be redeemed at Express stores selling Esso fuel, Pay at Pump stations, ROI & IOM. One coupon issued per customer. Discount available on one individual purchase of Tesco fuel, for one vehicle, up to a maximum amount of 100 litres. Coupons cannot be used in conjunction with any other Tesco fuel promotion. Copied, damaged or defaced coupons will not be accepted. Tesco reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time. The coupon is and shall remain the property of Tesco Stores Ltd.

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Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average fill from empty) BUT you'd save much more by doing the same shop at Aldi/Lidl if you can. Puts these fuel deals into perspective doesn't it!
Besford14/10/2019 17:45

Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average …Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average fill from empty) BUT you'd save much more by doing the same shop at Aldi/Lidl if you can. Puts these fuel deals into perspective doesn't it!


No not really, Aldi/Lidl may be cheaper for a similar product, but not identical- or at least of the items i regulary buy. Ok, if you like them cheaper brands, but then Tesco do their own value brands which are of similar price to the Aldi/ Lidl's.
Edited by: "Rich069" 14th Oct 2019
Shouldnt be hard to do, Tesco is so expensive!
Besford14/10/2019 17:45

Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average …Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average fill from empty) BUT you'd save much more by doing the same shop at Aldi/Lidl if you can. Puts these fuel deals into perspective doesn't it!


Slightly off topic but what i cant stand about Aldi and Lidl is the way they only ever seem to have a couple of checkouts open and so you have to wait in a massive line,but when you do get served they lob (and i mean lob) your shopping down at the speed of light and are asking for the payment before you've even had time to get a carrier bag open.So it's basically,wait,wait,wait, NOW RUSH! lol

As for the customers,why do most seem to go there to do a bi millennial shop?
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 15th Oct 2019
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Thanks a lot for posting. 10p is a much better offer - will be heading there sometime this week so will benefit from it. A working link tesco.com/gro…omo@netsurfer might want to update it. Also this doesn't belong in Freebies.
Awesome. My car literally has 10 miles or less in petrol & I need to do a shop...haven't done that in a while...Perfect timing
Did see this eariler advertise at one of the tesco stores but wasn't sure if it started yet now i know cheers
Shouldnt be hard to do, Tesco is so expensive!
Wish shell V Power was 10p cheaper..would make it normal price
matwalaboy14/10/2019 15:58

Thanks a lot for posting. 10p is a much better offer - will be heading …Thanks a lot for posting. 10p is a much better offer - will be heading there sometime this week so will benefit from it. A working link https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/zone/Fuel-Promo @netsurfer might want to update it. Also this doesn't belong in Freebies.


Updated deal link, thanks!

Also @netsurfer - Nice spot, heat from me also.
Watch for cashiers stealing the voucher.
Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average fill from empty) BUT you'd save much more by doing the same shop at Aldi/Lidl if you can. Puts these fuel deals into perspective doesn't it!
Besford14/10/2019 17:45

Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average …Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average fill from empty) BUT you'd save much more by doing the same shop at Aldi/Lidl if you can. Puts these fuel deals into perspective doesn't it!


No not really, Aldi/Lidl may be cheaper for a similar product, but not identical- or at least of the items i regulary buy. Ok, if you like them cheaper brands, but then Tesco do their own value brands which are of similar price to the Aldi/ Lidl's.
Edited by: "Rich069" 14th Oct 2019
xzibit14/10/2019 16:36

Wish shell V Power was 10p cheaper..would make it normal price



Take part in the Go+ scheme. That brings discounts on fuel.
Besford14/10/2019 17:45

Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average …Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average fill from empty) BUT you'd save much more by doing the same shop at Aldi/Lidl if you can. Puts these fuel deals into perspective doesn't it!


Plus if you're shopping in your Micra or fiesta you'll be luck to put 40l in, or £4 saving. So yeah, great if you were going shopping in Tesco anyway and needed fuel, but not worth it if you weren't.
Rich06914/10/2019 18:53

No not really, Aldi/Lidl may be cheaper for a similar product, but not …No not really, Aldi/Lidl may be cheaper for a similar product, but not identical- or at least of the items i regulary buy. Ok, if you like them cheaper brands, but then Tesco do their own value brands which are of similar price to the Aldi/ Lidl's.


Yes Aldi/Lidl are Tesco Value prices but Tesco Finest quality, they really are! There are now some items we will only buy from Aldi, not for price but for quality. Only downside is there are some items they just don't sell.
Besford14/10/2019 17:45

Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average …Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average fill from empty) BUT you'd save much more by doing the same shop at Aldi/Lidl if you can. Puts these fuel deals into perspective doesn't it!


Slightly off topic but what i cant stand about Aldi and Lidl is the way they only ever seem to have a couple of checkouts open and so you have to wait in a massive line,but when you do get served they lob (and i mean lob) your shopping down at the speed of light and are asking for the payment before you've even had time to get a carrier bag open.So it's basically,wait,wait,wait, NOW RUSH! lol

As for the customers,why do most seem to go there to do a bi millennial shop?
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 15th Oct 2019
Biggunspaul15/10/2019 00:37

Slightly off topic but what i cant stand about Aldi and Lidl is the way …Slightly off topic but what i cant stand about Aldi and Lidl is the way they only ever seem to have a couple of checkouts open and so you have to wait in a massive line,but when you do get served they lob (and i mean lob) your shopping down at the speed of light and are asking for the payment before you've even had time to get a carrier bag open.So it's basically,wait,wait,wait, NOW RUSH! lolAs for the customers,why do most seem to go there to do a bi millennial shop?


Complain about waiting then complain about being too fast
KingAwKings15/10/2019 00:55

Complain about waiting then complain about being too fast


What's confusing about that.Are you trying to tell me you like to wait for ages to be served and you also like being given no time to pack properly?

I go to Tesco and get served almost straight away and get passed my items at a normal pace,not thrown like hot potatoes.
Biggunspaul15/10/2019 01:05

What's confusing about that.Are you trying to tell me you like to wait for …What's confusing about that.Are you trying to tell me you like to wait for ages to be served and you also like being given no time to pack properly?I go to Tesco and get served almost straight away and get passed my items at a normal pace,not thrown like hot potatoes.


Must be quite a quiet Tesco you shop in.
Edited by: "KingAwKings" 15th Oct 2019
KingAwKings15/10/2019 01:10

Must be quite a quiet Tesco you shop in.


Not when my 2yo is screaming it ain't
KingAwKings15/10/2019 01:18

I blame the parents


I blame the supermarkets for putting sweets by the tills
Biggunspaul15/10/2019 00:37

Slightly off topic but what i cant stand about Aldi and Lidl is the way …Slightly off topic but what i cant stand about Aldi and Lidl is the way they only ever seem to have a couple of checkouts open and so you have to wait in a massive line,but when you do get served they lob (and i mean lob) your shopping down at the speed of light and are asking for the payment before you've even had time to get a carrier bag open.So it's basically,wait,wait,wait, NOW RUSH! lolAs for the customers,why do most seem to go there to do a bi millennial shop?


I get the frustration, but you're not supposed to pack at the till - they expect you to put it back in your trolley and bag it up at the packing points behind the checkouts.
Jasamo15/10/2019 01:32

I get the frustration, but you're not supposed to pack at the till - they …I get the frustration, but you're not supposed to pack at the till - they expect you to put it back in your trolley and bag it up at the packing points behind the checkouts.


Or as we do,put bags in trolley and then just put the items in the bag in the trolley.But even so you'd still struggle to get the stuff in your trolley (without damaging items) quick enough to keep up with the rate it comes down the belt.

As for the packing area,most people don't use it and to be fair I don't blame them.
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 15th Oct 2019
Hot! Thanks!
Was a nice bonus when getting some gifts cards!
AndyWilmot14/10/2019 16:31

Shouldnt be hard to do, Tesco is so expensive!


Only two of us and we don’t drink or eat meat... spending £60 in Tesco is not easy at all :/
Edited by: "blizeH" 15th Oct 2019
Laks8614/10/2019 16:03

Awesome. My car literally has 10 miles or less in petrol & I need to do a …Awesome. My car literally has 10 miles or less in petrol & I need to do a shop...haven't done that in a while...Perfect timing


Shop in Aldi. Cheaper every week.
With Tesco being more expensive they Lidl aldi and Asda, I wonder if this actually saves you money at all
Ofc I filled up before getting my big shop yesterday
Rich06914/10/2019 18:53

No not really, Aldi/Lidl may be cheaper for a similar product, but not …No not really, Aldi/Lidl may be cheaper for a similar product, but not identical- or at least of the items i regulary buy. Ok, if you like them cheaper brands, but then Tesco do their own value brands which are of similar price to the Aldi/ Lidl's.


Well put . My time is better spend doing a shop were i can do everything. It seem 2b fashionable to shop at those places but everyone is blind. I dont know how the advertising watch dog lets them get away with comparing branded for non branded
blizeH15/10/2019 07:11

Only two of us and we don’t drink or eat meat... spending £60 in Tesco is n …Only two of us and we don’t drink or eat meat... spending £60 in Tesco is not easy at all :/


Do you buy house products etc? Literally 3 or 4 times the price as elsewhere. Its ridiculous
Couple of £30 blurays....

Nip to the petrol station, fill up, voucher used.

Back into store - missus just rang, she's already got the nephew/nieces pressies so take em back!

Job jobbed.
Besford14/10/2019 17:45

Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average …Worthwhile if you're shopping in Tesco anyway (c£6 discount for average fill from empty) BUT you'd save much more by doing the same shop at Aldi/Lidl if you can. Puts these fuel deals into perspective doesn't it!


Always the same comment every time these deals are posted - for own brand stuff, Tesco is basically identical to Lidl/Aldi, and in my experience has more choice/better quality produce. Don't let their misleading "Save 50% by switching to us" adverts fool you.
P1rek15/10/2019 08:02

Well put . My time is better spend doing a shop were i can do everything. …Well put . My time is better spend doing a shop were i can do everything. It seem 2b fashionable to shop at those places but everyone is blind. I dont know how the advertising watch dog lets them get away with comparing branded for non branded


They've been caught multiple times, but for some reason they keep getting away with it. I've never found it particularly cheaper, unless you're buying the tat from their middle aisle. Far more plastic packaging and lower quality fruit/veg.
Besford14/10/2019 22:56

Yes Aldi/Lidl are Tesco Value prices but Tesco Finest quality, they really …Yes Aldi/Lidl are Tesco Value prices but Tesco Finest quality, they really are! There are now some items we will only buy from Aldi, not for price but for quality. Only downside is there are some items they just don't sell.


Biggest load of nonsense I've read on here.
plebbygiraffe15/10/2019 09:27

Biggest load of nonsense I've read on here.


I shouldn't have posted that - local Aldi gets too crowded already without newbies shopping there! Still, some people need the crutch of a brand name when they can't make decisions for themselves .
Edited by: "Besford" 15th Oct 2019
herrbz15/10/2019 09:19

They've been caught multiple times, but for some reason they keep getting …They've been caught multiple times, but for some reason they keep getting away with it. I've never found it particularly cheaper, unless you're buying the tat from their middle aisle. Far more plastic packaging and lower quality fruit/veg.


If you read that article fully (not just the headline) there are some real nuggets of fact, eg: "Asda said that on comparable own-label products, it was now about 10% more expensive than Aldi," and Aldi said (re price reduction): "This had been achieved by cutting profit margins and improving efficiency, not putting pressure on suppliers".
pontyslapper15/10/2019 09:07

Couple of £30 blurays....Nip to the petrol station, fill up, voucher used. …Couple of £30 blurays....Nip to the petrol station, fill up, voucher used. Back into store - missus just rang, she's already got the nephew/nieces pressies so take em back!Job jobbed.


Technically it's probably fraud.
Biggunspaul15/10/2019 01:05

...I go to Tesco and get served almost straight away and get passed my …...I go to Tesco and get served almost straight away and get passed my items at a normal pace,not thrown like hot potatoes.


Well, next time you see a till with no customers just remember that YOU are paying for the member of staff who is doing nothing. Shopping into trolley and repack at front like they ask you. Are you one of those people who has to pack everything at half speed before going in search of their means of payment - drives me mad.
It's pretty easy to get to £60 at Tesco but still get good value. Just buy goods on offer that you would buy anyway.
Things like tins, cereals, petfood, washing powder/liquid. Even if it means buying a whole case of something. 24 cans of the 4 for £1 tomatoes. The laundry liquid I like is on offer at £5. Grab a case of 6 and I'm already halfway to £60.
Given my local Tesco petrol station is already at least 2-3pm a litre more expensive than any of the other local fuel stations (it's right next to a motorway junction and easily visible from both directions), I'll give it a miss thanks.
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