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Sainsbury’s shoppers can get money off fuel and bonus Nectar points this weekend

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22/05/2019
Sainsbury’s is offering customers 10p off a litre of fuel as well as an extra 150 bonus Nectar points on every shop over £1 this bank holiday weekend.

The deals have been launched to mark the retailer’s 150th birthday.

The fuel offer is available to customers who spend £60 or more on groceries in store or online between 23 and 27 May.

Customers will receive a coupon at the checkout or when they receive their online groceries order and will have 14 days to redeem the offer at one of 306 Sainsbury’s forecourts.

The bonus Nectar points will be offered to customers on every shop over £1 between 24 and 27 May. Purchases in store, online and on fuel are included.

The offer applies to each customer for a maximum of three transactions per day so you could get an extra 450 points a day.

Mark Given, director of marketing at Sainsbury’s, said: “We’re really excited to celebrate our 150th birthday with customers this week and wanted to give them their very own birthday treat.

“We’ve been helping our customers live well for less for the past 150 years and what better way to celebrate than to provide an extra boost to shoppers’ Nectar point balances during the bank holiday weekend and enable them to save money when they fill up.”

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