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Sainsbury’s offers 10p off a litre of fuel

Written by: Paloma Kubiak
Sainsbury’s is giving shoppers 10p off a litre of fuel when they spend £60 or more on groceries.

Customers shopping in-store or online from Thursday 12th to Friday 20th December will receive a fuel discount voucher.

The voucher will then be valid for 14 days and can be used at one of Sainsbury’s 307 forecourts.

There are a few exclusions and terms and conditions to note with the offer:

  • The £60 must be spent in a single transaction
  • It excludes spends at centrals and locals
  • The £60 spend excludes delivery charges and applies after discounts
  • The voucher can’t be used at Pay@Pump
  • The voucher can be used to fill up to a maximum of 100 litres.

Customers will be able to collect Nectar points when they fill up their tanks.

David Pegg, buying manager at Sainsbury’s, said: “We hope this offer will help put money back in customers’ pockets when they’re doing their Christmas shopping.”

Just last week, motoring group the AA criticised money-off fuel vouchers, saying that while they are good for some shoppers, they discriminate against lower-spending and less well-off consumers as they often have a high spend threshold.

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