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Fuel offer for Sainsbury’s shoppers

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Written by: Emma Lunn
27/06/2019
Spend £60 or more at Sainsbury’s and save 10p per litre on petrol or diesel.

Shoppers spending £60 or more in a single transaction in a Sainsbury’s supermarket or on online groceries between 27 June and 2 July can save 10p per litre on fuel.

The deal is available in stores as well as online, as long as online orders are delivered by 2 July.

Qualifying 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 (not valid at Pay@Pump).

The discount can be used to fill up on unleaded petrol, super unleaded petrol, diesel or LPG up to a maximum of 100 litres.

Customers will also be able to collect Nectar points when they buy fuel, with one point awarded for every litre purchased. This offer coincides with a Nectar 5x points promotion for every £1 spent across fruit, vegetables, meat and fish as well as selected meat-free products (excluding deli counters and concessions).

Karen O’Connor, fuel category manager at Sainsbury’s, said: “We always aim to offer our customers great value products and services, whether they’re filling up their trolley in store or their cars at the pumps. That’s why we’re offering customers 10p per litre off fuel when they spend £60 or more on groceries at a Sainsbury’s supermarket or online. What’s more, the offer coincides with our Nectar 5x points promotion across a range of products, helping put even more money back in customers’ pockets.”

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