Save 5p per litre of fuel when you spend £50* or more instore or online @ SAINSBURY'S
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Save 5p per litre of fuel when you spend £50* or more instore or online @ SAINSBURY'S

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Found 24th Feb 2010Made hot 26th Feb 2010
We all knew that eventually Sainsbury's would bring this back after the Tesco offer started the other week

Save 5p per litre of fuel when you spend £50* or more instore or online
Voucher valid for 14 days.
*In a single transaction. Exclusions apply.

TERMS & CONDITIONS
1. One till receipt fuel voucher to be issued per single qualifying store or online grocery transaction of £50 or over (excluding delivery charge and after any discounts have been applied) made from 24 February and 9 March 2010 inclusive.
2. Offer excludes Sainsburys Calais.
3. Voucher is valid for 14 days including the day of issue.
4. The following products are not included in the qualifying spend: petrol, diesel and LPG autogas, prescription medicine, infant formula, tobacco and related products, gift vouchers, BT phone cards, E-Topup, savings stamps, postage stamps, National Lottery products, car park tickets, vending machine purchases and purchases from coffee shops/restaurants.
5. Till receipt fuel voucher entitles 5p per litre off each full litre, up to a maximum amount of 100 litres per single transaction.
6. Discount available on one individual purchase of petrol or diesel, for one vehicle, per voucher.
7. Vouchers cannot be exchanged for cash or other goods. Photocopied vouchers will not be accepted.
8. Till receipt fuel voucher is only valid at Sainsburys branded forecourts.
9. Till receipt fuel voucher is not valid for [email protected] transactions.
10. Sainsburys reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time.
11. Vouchers are, and shall remain, the property of Sainsburys Supermarkets Ltd.
12. Sainsburys cannot take responsibility for the loss, damage or theft of vouchers.
13. Standard terms and conditions apply to online purchases.

38 Comments

Original Poster

Thanks to whoever added the image, i couldn't add one with the computer im using at the moment

voted hot unlike ytesco they do not add 2p to fuel prices before running this promotion

Never understand how people bother with these offers. you spend 50 quid then say put 50 quids worth of fuel in tyhe car,minus 5p per litre,saving £2.50.

Thats the same as getting excited at spending 50 quid in a supermarket just to get a free pack of 2.50 cheese in a bogoff deal.:w00t:

wahoooooo;7938552

voted hot unlike ytesco they do not add 2p to fuel prices before running … voted hot unlike ytesco they do not add 2p to fuel prices before running this promotion



2p , my local is 5p more than last week & 8p more than another station 400yds away !

PJR;7938942

2p , my local is 5p more than last week & 8p more than another station … 2p , my local is 5p more than last week & 8p more than another station 400yds away !



So much for price matching - we had the same with a local tesco store being loads more than locals. They don't deserve business!

Shop around for fuel and, if you're travelling further away, a 3 mile price match zone means nothing - this seems the most stupid product to have a very local price match on, when they bother to do it, of course. I refuse to buy local, if they're trying to extort money out of me.

That said, a local supermarket is doing 10p a litre off, with 50 quid spend, at BP station, with Nectar points - much more worthy of my cash, if they don't inflate the starting price of fuel.

hope its better than tesco they seem to have put 3p or more on before you get 5p off deal

hooray henry;7938570

Thats the same as getting excited at spending 50 quid in a supermarket … Thats the same as getting excited at spending 50 quid in a supermarket just to get a free pack of 2.50 cheese in a bogoff deal.:w00t:



Not really because if you were going to spend £50 in sainsburys and £50 in fuel anyway then youve saved £2.50 without doing any work.

hypothetically could you buy a game for £50, use the petrol voucher then return the game

Banned

e_munky;7965178

hypothetically could you buy a game for £50, use the petrol voucher then … hypothetically could you buy a game for £50, use the petrol voucher then return the game



A lot of hassle for £2.50 if you don't live nearby.

I have always wondered why this 5p off petrol deals get such a high rating. The look like truly rubbish deals. What's the real saving?

Just saw the last couple of posts. 2.50 off a 50 pound spend or about 5 per cent. That's rubbish compared to other deals. I Suppose it could pay for a carbon foot print free recycled air freshener.

[QUOTE=hooray henry;7938570]Never understand how people bother with these offers. you spend 50 quid then say put 50 quids worth of fuel in tyhe car,minus 5p per litre,saving £2.50.

Great minds and fools. I was about so ay exactly the same even as far citing the cheese as a much better saving!

5p per litre always sounds good but like some on here have already said, it never amounts to a great deal, even if you have a big tank (petrol not vehicle) you can only use it to a max of 100 litres anyway, so £5 on a £111 spend at our local garage...better than nothing but nowt to write home about.

It all adds up. I can save £3.50 on a tank off fuel.

I wonder if the old cash back trick works? Buy a sarnie for lunch, get 50 quid cash back, get the voucher??

whatsThePoint;7965163

But the £50 shop in sainsbury's would only cost £40 in Lidl :thinking:



Depends if you prefer better quality food and you shop in Sainsburys anyway.

DLM;7965189

A lot of hassle for £2.50 if you don't live nearby.



What if you DO live nearby?

JIM1973ANDREWS;7965190

I have always wondered why this 5p off petrol deals get such a high … I have always wondered why this 5p off petrol deals get such a high rating. The look like truly rubbish deals. What's the real saving?.



:thinking:?? If someone came up to you and gave you £3 for absolutely nothing , would you think that was a good deal?

I do my weekly shop at sainsburys every saturday...i ALWAYS spend over £50 and i ALWAYS pull into their petrol station to fill up afterwards.....so to me, its just like someone giving me £3 for nothing.

How on earth can anyone not understand why that isnt a good deal?:whistling:

whatsThePoint;7965960

What your missing is that by going to sainburys your giving them £5+ a … What your missing is that by going to sainburys your giving them £5+ a week more to start with, so to you its getting £3 of that extra cost back again still leaving you £2 out of pocket and expecting everyone else to think thats a good deal



???? you are assuming i want to shop elsewhere?? i dont, i love Sainsburys, the quality is better and they have everything i want (unlike Lidl Aldi etc etc) - so no, going to these cheap places isnt an alternative and so i would be saving £3 on my petrol bill on this deal.

Ive tried Aldi and Lidl and to be honest, their choice is extremely limited, the dates are short and the clientele leave a lot to be desire...i couldnt wait to get out the place and go to Sainsburys !!! - each to their own i guess

whatsThePoint;7965940

Isn't the better quaility food at lidl good reason to shop there anyway



Its worse quality and limited choice.

whatsThePoint;7966087

can you show me a report that says their food is the worst, all i can … can you show me a report that says their food is the worst, all i can find is awards their food has wonI agree they have less choice but do you really need 10 different suppliers of canned tomatoes to choose from :whistling:



Why are you even looking at a deal for somewhere you do not shop??

There are MANY reasons i choose to shop at Sainsburys....i have named a few already. Lidl (by me anyway) doesnt have a fresh meat counter, they dont sell half the products i want to buy, need i go on??

PS, i dont eat canned tomatoes :-D

Nice heads up.

whatsThePoint;7966383

I do shop in sainburys, i use their so called fresh meat for dog food … I do shop in sainburys, i use their so called fresh meat for dog food when its reduced at the end of the day, have to cook it mind or the dogs turn their noses up at it (never a good sign)If Lidl don't sell 1/2 the food you want to buy they must by your own words sell the other 1/2 that you do want to buy, a big saving to be made there for sure, unless you don't want to save money that is :roll:



So i have to go shopping twice a week to 2 different places?? err, no thanks!!

some of you have missed the point. If Sainsburys is your nearest petrol supplier and you intend to spend fifty quid then fine. The point is that with only a four percent saving off the petrol don't confine yourself to shopping at Sainsburys just to hit the fifty quid threshold as other supermarkets could save you a lot more with BOGOF offers.As a previous post posted out the BOGOF offer on cheese in Tescos saves more than putting sixty litres of petrol in the car at Sainsburys.

Flombard;7966455

some of you have missed the point. If Sainsburys is your nearest petrol … some of you have missed the point. If Sainsburys is your nearest petrol supplier and you intend to spend fifty quid then fine. The point is that with only a four percent saving off the petrol don't confine yourself to shopping at Sainsburys just to hit the fifty quid threshold as other supermarkets could save you a lot more with BOGOF offers.As a previous post posted out the BOGOF offer on cheese in Tescos saves more than putting sixty litres of petrol in the car at Sainsburys.



Spot on.

To all those people saying its not a good deal, would you be happy if the price of petrol / diesel went up by 5p a litre overnight? I think not. You wouldn't be saying its no big deal then would you?

Voted HOT

MANJ_007;7966495

To all those people saying its not a good deal, would you be happy if the … To all those people saying its not a good deal, would you be happy if the price of petrol / diesel went up by 5p a litre overnight? I think not. You wouldn't be saying its no big deal then would you?Voted HOT



You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink. Haven't voted

whatsThePoint;7966549

So you'd be unhappy to pay more for fuel but your happy to pay more for … So you'd be unhappy to pay more for fuel but your happy to pay more for food :thinking:



But I shop in Sainsburys anyway, so whether there was a promotion on or not I would still do my weekly shop there - I find the quality of food better in Sainsburys compared to other Supermarkets. :thumbsup:

whatsThePoint;7966549

So you'd be unhappy to pay more for fuel but your happy to pay more for … So you'd be unhappy to pay more for fuel but your happy to pay more for food :thinking:



You get what you pay for

About 4p off at my local diesel was 114. then 110 now up to 111.9!!

spenspuma;7966701

You get what you pay for



Same logic applies then. If you pay more for your petrol does that make it better quality?

Flombard;7967687

Same logic applies then. If you pay more for your petrol does that make … Same logic applies then. If you pay more for your petrol does that make it better quality?



Actually YES.

I normally fill up at Sainsburys...BUT on one occasion there was a huge queue so i filled up at BP.....on that single fill up alone i got about 40 miles more from the tank. Shell/BP fuel is normally better quality/has additives in, so although its a penny or so more, it actually goes further

spenspuma;7968020

Actually YES.I normally fill up at Sainsburys...BUT on one occasion there … Actually YES.I normally fill up at Sainsburys...BUT on one occasion there was a huge queue so i filled up at BP.....on that single fill up alone i got about 40 miles more from the tank. Shell/BP fuel is normally better quality/has additives in, so although its a penny or so more, it actually goes further



My point stands. If you paid a higher price at the same supplier by your logic the petrol would be better. Anyway drifted off target a bit but still not voting a 4% discount hot

Flombard;7968097

My point stands. If you paid a higher price at the same supplier by your … My point stands. If you paid a higher price at the same supplier by your logic the petrol would be better. Anyway drifted off target a bit but still not voting a 4% discount hot



You have no point:roll:

Ive just proved that you get what you pay for , even when faced with you 'petrol price' conundrum.

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spenspuma;7968202

You have no point:roll: Ive just proved that you get what you pay for , … You have no point:roll: Ive just proved that you get what you pay for , even when faced with you 'petrol price' conundrum.



Neither logically nor empirically. Think i'll leave it up to others to decide.

whatsThePoint;7966549

So you'd be unhappy to pay more for fuel but your happy to pay more for … So you'd be unhappy to pay more for fuel but your happy to pay more for food :thinking:



That's usually how people are, everyone moans about the price of fuel yet other things are a lot more expensive

this is not a deal it is info and should be in misc - spammed :roll:

janz70;7969773

this is not a deal it is info and should be in misc - spammed :roll:



of course its a deal :roll:

janz70;7969773

this is not a deal it is info and should be in misc - spammed :roll:



I'm with you mate; yes it is a saving of about four per cent. But that doesn't make it a deal worthy of posting on this site. I'm beginning to wonder whether it better to ignore the hottest posts and leave them to the plebs

Flombard;7971608

I'm with you mate; yes it is a saving of about four per cent. But that … I'm with you mate; yes it is a saving of about four per cent. But that doesn't make it a deal worthy of posting on this site. I'm beginning to wonder whether it better to ignore the hottest posts and leave them to the plebs



While we are on the subject of deals as you put it "worthy of being on this site" - shouldnt we also get rid of all these petty supermarket deals saving 3 pence on a box of tampons...and deals like that, which seam to have flooded UKHD over the past year.....afterall, they are only put up to get cheap heat anyway??
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