Sainsbury’s brings back 10p per litre discount on fuel – here’s how to claim

Sainsbury’s brings back 10p per litre discount on fuel – here’s how to claim
Sainsbury’s brings back 10p per litre discount on fuel – here’s how to claim

Supermarket chain Sainsbury’s is offering shoppers a significant saving on fuel after relaunching a limited-time discount offer.

From this Wednesday (October 30) until Monday November 4, customers will be able to claim a special coupon entitling them to 10p per litre off petrol, diesel or LPG at its filling stations.

To qualify for the saving, you need to spend at least £60 in one of the chain’s supermarkets or on online groceries. You will then be issued with a voucher which is valid for 14 days.

Where can you use the voucher?

The voucher is valid at 306 Sainsbury’s filling stations around the country. It can be redeemed against the purchase of unleaded petrol, super unleaded petrol, diesel or LPG up to a maximum of 100 litres.

However, you can only redeem the voucher at staffed filling stations, meaning you won’t be able to get the discount at its Pay@Pump-only forecourts Hazel Grove, Hawick, Whitehouse Farm, Livingston, Dartmouth, Ely, Sudbury and Faversham.

driver filling a car with unleaded petrol
The offer covers petrol, diesel and LPG (Photo: Shutterstock)

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David Pegg, fuel buying manager at Sainsbury’s, said: “As we head into the busy festive season we’re offering customers 10p per litre off fuel when they spend £60 or more on groceries at a Sainsbury’s supermarket or online, between 30th October and 4th November. Sainsbury’s always aims to help its customers live well for less and we hope this offer will put money back in their pockets.”

Conditions

Under Sainsbury’s rules, you are only entitled to one voucher per in-store or online transaction, so spending £120 won’t get you two coupons.

You can only use one coupon per transaction and for one vehicle so you can’t get 20p off a litre by doubling up and you can’t fill two cars at the same time.

You also won’t get a voucher for purchases made at “Central” or “Local” stores and certain products won’t count towards your £60 spend.

These include spend spirits and liqueurs, fuel, first stage baby milk products, National Lottery, tobacco, gift vouchers, gift cards, prescription medicines, over the counter medicines, postage stamps, savings stamps, mobile phone vouchers, travel money, phonecards, e-topup, PayPoint payments, charity products, carrier bags, cafe transactions and car park tickets.

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