Sainsbury’s offering 10p per litre fuel discount when you spend £60 on shopping

Sainsbury’s offering 10p per litre fuel discount when you spend £60 on shopping
Sainsbury’s offering 10p per litre fuel discount when you spend £60 on shopping

Everyone loves a good deal – especially when it means you can cut the cost of your petrol or diesel.

Sainsbury’s shoppers can get themselves money off fuel until Tuesday 23 July – here’s everything you need to know about the new promotion

How to get money off fuel

Any shoppers who spend over £60 in Sainsbury’s stores can claim 10p off every litre of fuel when they top up their cars.

The promotion applies to both in-store customers and online orders, providing that it’s in one transaction that reaches £60 or over.

That’s all you need to do to fulfil your end of the deal, now it’s Sainsbury’s turn. The supermarket will provide you with a coupon that entitles you to discounted fuel.

How to use your voucher

The coupon is only valid at filling stations with a counter, not pay at pump machines.

You are allowed to fill your vehicle up with unleaded petrol, super unleaded petrol, diesel or LPG up to a grand maximum of 100 litres and receive 10p off every litre.

Shoppers will also be able to claim Nectar points as well, at one point per litre.

How long does it last

Once you’ve been given your discount coupon, you’ll have 14 days to redeem it at a Sainsbury’s fuel station.

This promotion will run from tomorrow (Thu 18 Jul) to Tuesday 23 July.

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