TESCO 10p off per litre of fuel when you spend £60
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TESCO 10p off per litre of fuel when you spend £60

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Found 16th Oct
As from today get 10p off per litre of fuel when you spend £60 or more at Tesco - running until 5th November!

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jondy114 m ago

So you spend £60 in store £25 at the pumps and they give you £2 summat of …So you spend £60 in store £25 at the pumps and they give you £2 summat off...you havin a laff



try filling your car up and not your lawn mower

You could save more by shopping in Lidl, Aldi and ASDA. Tesco are a rip off.

What morons on here. If you don't like Tesco there's no real need to post negative comments on here. For those of us and I'm sure there's many who shop in tesco and fill up at Tesco this is a great deal!

It's not really a saving , Tesco's prices are pretty high compared to Asda , even if your putting 50 litres in (£5) saving . Your shopping would of been at least £10 less in other supermarkets .
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Spend £60 or more in-store and/or online at tesco.com/gro…ies on qualifying items to earn 10p off every litre of fuel. Excludes purchases in Tesco Express, at any café & tobacco kiosks and of fuel, lottery products, gift cards, e-top up, opticians, phone store, savings stamps, postage stamps, prescription medicines, infant milk formulae, Tesco direct, Wine by the Case, Tesco Bank, and on travel money. Offer applies to in-store purchases and grocery deliveries between 16/10/2017 and 05/11/2017. All coupons are valid for 2 weeks after purchase. Valid in UK Tesco petrol stations only. Excludes Esso, Isle of Man and Pay at pump. One petrol coupon issued per customer. Discount available on one individual purchase of Tesco fuel, for one vehicle, up to a maximum amount of 100 litres. Petrol Coupons cannot be used in conjunction with any other Tesco Petrol promotion. Copied, damaged for defaced coupons will not be accepted. Tesco reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time. This coupon is and shall remain the property of Tesco Stores Ltd.

Awesome, I'll drive the 10 miles to TESCO to spend the £60 I didn't need to.

M1LFHunter2 m ago

Awesome, I'll drive the 10 miles to TESCO to spend the £60 I didn't need …Awesome, I'll drive the 10 miles to TESCO to spend the £60 I didn't need to.



Spend £60 or more in-store and/or online..

You could save more by shopping in Lidl, Aldi and ASDA. Tesco are a rip off.

brilliant. shame we just filled up on Saturday but hope we can make use of this before 05.11

So you spend £60 in store £25 at the pumps and they give you £2 summat off...you havin a laff
Edited by: "jondy1" 16th Oct

argh spent £67 last night

My car takes 70 litres so a decent saving for me if i fill the tank

jondy114 m ago

So you spend £60 in store £25 at the pumps and they give you £2 summat of …So you spend £60 in store £25 at the pumps and they give you £2 summat off...you havin a laff



try filling your car up and not your lawn mower

It's not really a saving , Tesco's prices are pretty high compared to Asda , even if your putting 50 litres in (£5) saving . Your shopping would of been at least £10 less in other supermarkets .

how do you get the voucher if you shop groceries online?

I fill up the car about once a week,sometimes it's needed before week up, costs about £52 if pretty close to empty. I often shop at Tesco so will be hoping to get a voucher.

Let's not forget you're also going to get Clubcard points on both transactions. You can use the Tesco Pay+ app to purchase both shopping and fuel getting an extra point for every £4 spent. That will add to the saving.

What morons on here. If you don't like Tesco there's no real need to post negative comments on here. For those of us and I'm sure there's many who shop in tesco and fill up at Tesco this is a great deal!

earney4 m ago

What morons on here. If you don't like Tesco there's no real need to post …What morons on here. If you don't like Tesco there's no real need to post negative comments on here. For those of us and I'm sure there's many who shop in tesco and fill up at Tesco this is a great deal!



Great deals posted,oh wait....

Deals....I don’t get how people can moan about Tesco and say Aldi and Lidl are better they might be for some but I’m a brand buyer so prefer Tesco.there is a taste difference between brands and aldi’s own just like there is between coke and Pepsi.the wife’s out shopping today so told her to make sure she get the voucher.thanks op and I’m ready for all the “your a mug buying in Tesco” insults that I’m sure are on the way lol

Queue the "supermarket fuel ruins cars" comments.

For those people who get irritated by the numpties trolling on this site (there's plenty that pop up on a regular basis) why not just as the "mute" option for said members and you can peruse the site at your leisure without irritation?

Goes nicely with the £9 of £60 spend they sent me

stuartc732 h, 23 m ago

You could save more by shopping in Lidl, Aldi and ASDA. Tesco are a rip …You could save more by shopping in Lidl, Aldi and ASDA. Tesco are a rip off.



I've tried shopping in Aldi before and they only had half of what I needed. Ended up finishing off in Tesco.

I used to shop in ASDA but they were awful for having anything in stock and the staff were a useless bunch of wankers.

Own brand Vs own brand( or basics Vs basics) there really isn't that much of a difference in price. Plus Tesco and ASDA are actual supermarkets and sell fruit and veg loose and sell a lot of stuff Aldi/ Lidl don't

nicole2k171 h, 28 m ago

how do you get the voucher if you shop groceries online?



The voucher usually comes clipped to your printed reciept they hand to you when they deliver.

adam_holcombe2 h, 31 m ago

Spend £60 or more in-store and/or online..


oh so you can order petrol online now then?

Tesco works out much cheaper than asda due to the clubcard points, I got a family of seven into the pleasure beech Blackpool for less than 60 quid in vouchers, with this deal your getting a decent saving and more importantly more points

nicole2k171 h, 37 m ago

how do you get the voucher if you shop groceries online?


You get a coupon stapled to your paper receipt

Excellent thanks for the post.

the.porter38 m ago

Goes nicely with the £9 of £60 spend they sent me



Just got a £12 off £80 spend so this makes it a no-brainer for me , car will need filling up in just over 2 weeks time (70litres) so this is perfect ... almost 25% discount then on my shopping as I'd be buying the fuel anyway and clubcard points too !
Edited by: "rooney10" 16th Oct

If your staff, well worth waiting a few days for double staff discount -

Double Discount is back from 6am on Friday 20 October until 11pm on Thursday 26 October,

Can you use 2 vouchers in one transaction (so 20p off a litre) ?

jondy13 h, 24 m ago

So you spend £60 in store £25 at the pumps and they give you £2 summat of …So you spend £60 in store £25 at the pumps and they give you £2 summat off...you havin a laff


That’s why you fill your tank and make the most of it

nicole2k172 h, 30 m ago

how do you get the voucher if you shop groceries online?


Print it I’d imagine

Quick point on the Tesco vs Lidl, etc saga...

Why does the media give massive, free publicity and advertising to Lidl and Aldi every time they call them "discount supermarkets"?

Which sane person wouldn't shop at a "discount" supermarket compared to one which wasn't discounted?

I'm surprised that the main supermarkets don't even make a comment, let alone sue, on this issue

Very good offer.Tesco are getting their act together at last.Good quality and some super offers.

We don't really stick to the one supermarket and also use Costco a lot . But the fruit , Veg and meat in Aldi seems to be far better quality than both Asda and Tesco and at a far lower price .

stuartc733 h, 55 m ago

You could save more by shopping in Lidl, Aldi and ASDA. Tesco are a rip …You could save more by shopping in Lidl, Aldi and ASDA. Tesco are a rip off.



Sure if you are buying the off branded stuff, buy brands like heinz, nescafe, blah blah and they are virtually the same price everywhere, albeit not including deals.
Edited by: "Phyore" 16th Oct

RobertHewitt2 h, 19 m ago

Queue the "supermarket fuel ruins cars" comments.


Just let them pay 5p a litre more and think they're getting better fuel, ill just keep saving the money and get my esso petrol at Tesco and BP petrol at sainsburys but at a cheaper price

garry14156 m ago

That’s why you fill your tank and make the most of it


Ok spend £105 and save £4 great deal ..mind the queue
Edited by: "jondy1" 16th Oct

jondy133 m ago

Ok spend £105 and save £4 great deal ..mind the queue


The spending at the supermarket was probably likely anyway for many Tesco customers so more like £5 - £7 off average fill up of 50-70 litres
+ clubcard points to factor in too

Its great if your buying it anyway ! Probably wont tempt non-Tesco customers to convert or travel any kind of distance to take up the offer , although home delivery is an option from just £1.

earney3 h, 19 m ago

What morons on here. If you don't like Tesco there's no real need to post …What morons on here. If you don't like Tesco there's no real need to post negative comments on here. For those of us and I'm sure there's many who shop in tesco and fill up at Tesco this is a great deal!


Since when were the comment sections reserved for exclusively positive posts?

If people have a problem with Tesco, or think the deal isn't as good as the high heat would show, the whole point of commenting is to be able to share their opinion.

psmith19584 h, 41 m ago

try filling your car up and not your lawn mower


The top comments on here always sound like they're written by schoolkids
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