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Morrisons cuts petrol prices by 5p per litre but only for some

Written by: Rebecca Goodman
Morrisons is cutting the price of petrol by 5p per litre in April, but only for customers who spend £35 in store or online.

The offer will run from today until Sunday April 23rd, and customers who spend £35 will be given a 5p off coupon to redeem on petrol.

The coupons can only be used in one of the 340 Morrisons petrol stations, excluding any franchised Morrisons Daily petrol stations.

Customers have until Monday 1st May to use the 5p coupons when filling up their vehicles.

There are some items which won’t count towards the £35 spend including: fuel, tobacco, lottery products, carrier bag charges and gift vouchers. A full list can be found on the Morrisons website.

Rachel Eyre, chief customer and marketing officer at Morrisons, said: “We know that fuel remains a significant cost for many households and so this offer aims to help budgets go a little further.

“It is the third time we have run it this year and alongside our in store price cuts demonstrates our commitment to helping our customers with their household bills.”

It comes as Morrisons, along with several of the other big supermarkets, is cutting prices amid soaring food inflation. At the end of March it cut the cost of nearly 500 items, while prices were also locked on 600 products for two months.

Fuel prices have been falling for the last five months, yet the RAC has warned that retailers are not passing on the full savings to drivers and diesel drivers are being ripped off by high prices.

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