Tesco clubcard fuel save
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Tesco clubcard fuel save

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Found 4th Mar 2014
Tesco clubcard fuel save is a great new scheme from tesco that allows you to get money off fuel, just by doing your shopping and scanning your club card. It's simple the more you shop, the more you save on fuel. Whether your doing your weekly shop online or popping into am express store for a sandwich, every shop counts. Until the 30th September, every purchase you make gets added up and when you hit £50 you get 2p off a litre of fuel at tesco petrol station. So for every £50 spent you earn 2p off a lite so for example you spend £200 in a month in tesco that's 8p off a litre. I will post pic with more info

Hope this helps ;-)

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it's only in Norwich or Wales though not all of u.k

Original Poster

It's in Lancashire aswell. Thought it was all the uk

I suppose that will be inflated fuel prices then

Been in norwich for 6 months now.
1p a litre for every £10 you spend, little shops --say 5 x £2.00 shops all count to a £10 spend

Why not all the UK

It's a trial from head office.
If takings improve then they'll roll it out to national stores.

goes store wide on the 12 march

dogduck

goes store wide on the 12 march


really that would be great it does sound like a good deal.

phone up tesco and asked them when it would go store wide ever bit helps

missybpink

really that would be great it does sound like a good deal.



Pretty terrible deal considering they run 5p off when you spend £50 promotions. Well, personally at least
Voted cold since petrol prices elsewhere are likely to fluctuate by 2p and also merely doing a shop elsewhere will be cheaper (or buying a single item on offer in a different supermarket will save more than £1)

Edited by: "Firefly1" 4th Mar 2014

Is it def. going store wide on 12th? Hope so I do all my shopping in tesco and all my petrol:)

Dont fill up at supermarket petrol stations.
The fuel is cheap and may end up damaging your vehicle. Just go to BP, shell, Texaco etc and use the premium fuel, will probably work out about £1.50 more expensive over a 40 litre fill, you will get better MPG and they have detergants in them that will clean and lubricate your engine, egr valve, etc. How do you think the supermarkets can sell it cheaper than the big guns that make the stuff, cause the supermarkets get the fuel that the main guys dont want and take afew pence a litre off, dont get fooled people
Edited by: "stuuuuuuu" 4th Mar 2014

stuuuuuuu

Dont fill up at supermarket petrol stations. The fuel is cheap and may … Dont fill up at supermarket petrol stations. The fuel is cheap and may end up damaging your vehicle. Just go to BP, shell, Texaco etc and use the premium fuel, will probably work out about £1.50 more expensive over a 40 litre fill, you will get better MPG and they have detergants in them that will clean and lubricate your engine, egr valve, etc. How do you think the supermarkets can sell it cheaper than the big guns that make the stuff, cause the supermarkets get the fuel that the main guys dont want and take afew pence a litre off, dont get fooled people



Can we not have any debate on the 'quality' of their fuel please - it has been discussed over hundreds of pages on every single petrol deal by Tesco / Sainsburys etc.

"I run my Vauxhall and used Shell fuel one week, and then Tesco fuel the next - and Shell gave me 5 extra mpg"
"But I ran my Fiat and found the Tesco fuel to give me 10 extra mpg!!"
"Well my garage mechanic says that [ ]"
"I have had so many problems with supermarket fuel"
"I have never broken down using supermarket fuel whilst my engine broke the first time I used Shell!!"

No need for a discussion for it on this deal please!!!!
Edited by: "Firefly1" 4th Mar 2014

Firefly1

Can we not have any debate on the 'quality' of their fuel please - it has … Can we not have any debate on the 'quality' of their fuel please - it has been discussed over hundreds of pages on every single petrol deal by Tesco / Sainsburys etc."I run my Vauxhall and used Shell fuel one week, and then Tesco fuel the next - and Shell gave me 5 extra mpg""But I ran my Fiat and found the Tesco fuel to give me 10 extra mpg!!""Well my garage mechanic says that [ ]"No need for a discussion for it on this deal please!!!!



Your right the quality of supermarket fuel is not up for dicussion as its not my opnion its just simple fact, do your research and dont put down someone that is trying to help everyone reading this terrible deal

Tesco fuel prices in Doncaster are nearly always a penny a litre dearer than all the other supermarkets as it is at the moment and I have used supermarket fuel for years with no problem

will it get to Scotland before they are independent ?

Crude oil will run out before we lose our blue war paint wearing brothers and sisters!

Edited by: "Mev" 4th Mar 2014

their petrol never lasts long enough for me so not really a saving. I'l l stick with BP as will prob be better value in long run.

Cold for me. Think about this logically. £50 spent at Tesco would buy food which would cost around £35 at Aldi or Lidl. How much petrol are you going to have to buy to get that £15 back?

My local Flitwick Tesco is always 2p / litre dearer than Esso (on the way to work) and probably 3 - 4p / litre dearer than other Tesco's I know nearer the East Coast, yet I bet they buy it for a national price. I always buy the cheapest fuel I can and will go to an independent garage if they are cheapest or same price as I like to support them. Asda used to have a national price but none of the supermarkets now have - now that would be worth shouting about. Support the little guys as without them the big guys will just price at what they can get away with.

Cold...,rip off. Don't drive motor end of

I hate fuel prices by area.
We live in the UK FFS one price for all areas.
Biggest fuel con by all the petrol companies/ supermarkets, needs to stop.

Edited by: "jacko_oafc" 8th Mar 2014

Then wouldn't that mean clubcard points will be rinsed out, and hence no discount vouchers to use in store for food products?? Or does it not afect clubcard points?

stuuuuuuu

Dont fill up at supermarket petrol stations. The fuel is cheap and may … Dont fill up at supermarket petrol stations. The fuel is cheap and may end up damaging your vehicle. Just go to BP, shell, Texaco etc and use the premium fuel, will probably work out about £1.50 more expensive over a 40 litre fill, you will get better MPG and they have detergants in them that will clean and lubricate your engine, egr valve, etc. How do you think the supermarkets can sell it cheaper than the big guns that make the stuff, cause the supermarkets get the fuel that the main guys dont want and take afew pence a litre off, dont get fooled people


as I have said before. Tesco,asda,sainsburys etc DO NOT have their own refineries . texico shell bp etc have them. I have been parked up in my ambulance and watched tankers from asda, texico,shell,Tesco,morrisons,etc etc filling up behind each other... same fuel .. I have also done mpg tests and driven more harsh with the cheaper supermarket fuel to see how much difference their was and guess what.. virtually none..
I put it down to individual choice.

stuuuuuuu

Dont fill up at supermarket petrol stations. The fuel is cheap and may … Dont fill up at supermarket petrol stations. The fuel is cheap and may end up damaging your vehicle. Just go to BP, shell, Texaco etc and use the premium fuel, will probably work out about £1.50 more expensive over a 40 litre fill, you will get better MPG and they have detergants in them that will clean and lubricate your engine, egr valve, etc. How do you think the supermarkets can sell it cheaper than the big guns that make the stuff, cause the supermarkets get the fuel that the main guys dont want and take afew pence a litre off, dont get fooled people



Oh no - here we go again!

Always run my Veyron on Tesco 4 star and it's never missed a beat

Banned

bolder dash

stuuuuuuu

Dont fill up at supermarket petrol stations. The fuel is cheap and may … Dont fill up at supermarket petrol stations. The fuel is cheap and may end up damaging your vehicle. Just go to BP, shell, Texaco etc and use the premium fuel, will probably work out about £1.50 more expensive over a 40 litre fill, you will get better MPG and they have detergants in them that will clean and lubricate your engine, egr valve, etc. How do you think the supermarkets can sell it cheaper than the big guns that make the stuff, cause the supermarkets get the fuel that the main guys dont want and take afew pence a litre off, dont get fooled people



URBAN MYTH!!!
I don't think people are fooled at all! Supermarket Petrol stations now make up the majority fuel sales in the UK, not the main brand stations, but the supermarkets buy from the main brands. All fuel has to adhere to a minimum (and very high!) UK standard.
UK supermarket Fuel basically come from all the same tanks the jet, bp, shell etc draw from themselves, unless you go for a premium fuel product such as ultimate.

I've never damaged a vehicle with poor fuel in 23 years of driving, and I'm sure its the same for pretty much everyone.

Haha I love fuel related arguments, hardly any difference between grades these days..... It should be fairly priced but i do rely on 5p off vouchers to fund my 20k miles per year so bring on the savings!

Use sainsburys mobile phone payg sim card top up £10 per mth get a voucher for 11p off per litre. Deal changes more u top up. Much better deal.

Newbold

Cold for me. Think about this logically. £50 spent at Tesco would buy … Cold for me. Think about this logically. £50 spent at Tesco would buy food which would cost around £35 at Aldi or Lidl. How much petrol are you going to have to buy to get that £15 back?



Someone is a sucker for the adverts

Everyone knows fuel comes from the same refineries right? Most of the north west is serviced by shell last I looked. It's just additives to the same base liquid.

Cold... Spend £50 x 10 (£500) get 2p off x 10 (20p). fill up tank 60 litres get £12 off £80 fuel. so you have to spend £580 to get £12 off. admitted you would have to spend anyway but the supermarkets do take the mick.

Banned

stuuuuuuu

Dont fill up at supermarket petrol stations. The fuel is cheap and may … Dont fill up at supermarket petrol stations. The fuel is cheap and may end up damaging your vehicle. Just go to BP, shell, Texaco etc and use the premium fuel, will probably work out about £1.50 more expensive over a 40 litre fill, you will get better MPG and they have detergants in them that will clean and lubricate your engine, egr valve, etc. How do you think the supermarkets can sell it cheaper than the big guns that make the stuff, cause the supermarkets get the fuel that the main guys dont want and take afew pence a litre off, dont get fooled people



Get a grip.

Seriously.

Fuel is fuel.

"Premium" fuel is normal fuel with a mild additive similar to "redex" however people that use premium fuel every time they fill up throw money down the drain as it's unnecessary. Get regular fuel and use redex if you want now and again.

Texaco, Shell, BP etc are most expensive for fuel prices. Supermarket fuel is significantly cheaper for one reason and it's quite simple.. They are offsetting store profits to discount fuel. The Texaco BP etc can't offset as much if at all as there's no huge supermarket attached to offset prices.

Tesco Momentum/99 is ok, but I would avoid their standard fuel unless you drive an old banger.

Doors

Someone is a sucker for the adverts


Indeed - and it seems to be you! Never believe anything Tesco tell you.

cornishscouse

as I have said before. Tesco,asda,sainsburys etc DO NOT have their own … as I have said before. Tesco,asda,sainsburys etc DO NOT have their own refineries . texico shell bp etc have them. I have been parked up in my ambulance and watched tankers from asda, texico,shell,Tesco,morrisons,etc etc filling up behind each other... same fuel .. I have also done mpg tests and driven more harsh with the cheaper supermarket fuel to see how much difference their was and guess what.. virtually none.. I put it down to individual choice.



Not questioning what you have seen but if the fuel was identical then Shell's Fuelsave is surely one of the biggest cons and the ASA would have done them by now?

Personally, my car reads a higher MPG (1 or 2 MPG) when I use Shell compared so Esso and Sainsbury's fuel. It's not scientific, just an observation.

yeah I agree with mpg its all down to how you drive and its very little difference.. a mate of mine said he heard the
difference was the fuel that supermarkets get is older fuel ?? I don't know, could be..
its something to do with the additives they put in not the fuel itself I believe.

It does become UK wide as of the 12th. posters will go up in stores as of the 11th. The savings come from accumulated sales so if you spend £10 or £20 every so often then I guess it can build up. Can be accumulated to 20p maximum off per litre which I understand is meaning £500 spend in Tesco so in that respect it isn't a great saving. but for people who do some or all their shopping in Tesco it will beat other local prices. I have all the details in front of me regarding the offer if anyone needs any help. I too will go to where is cheapest at the pump but when my club card reaches the point where I am saving money against competitors then Tesco will have me filling up at their stations. hope this helps someone
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