Motorists who visit a Morrisons petrol station this month will be able to save 7p on every litre of fuel they buy — but there’s one catch.
The discount is available from today until the end of February, but only customers who spend £40 or more can access it.
As reported by WalesOnline, fuel prices at supermarket forecourts have reached record highs this week — costing on average £1.47 per litre.
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Beginning February 17 and lasting up until February 27, those who spend £40 or more when shopping at Morrisons will be given a coupon.
This will entitle them to save 7p on every litre of fuel they purchase at one of the supermarket’s petrol stations.
The coupons will be redeemable through to March 6 at any Morrisons petrol station in the UK, of which there are 339.
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Chief Customer & Marketing Officer at Morrisons Rachel Eyre said: “We know that the cost of living increases are really beginning to bite for everyone in the UK and we want to help our customers by saving them money on one of their biggest expenses.
“With covid restrictions now easing, customers are using their cars more often and we believe this offer will help them to spread their budgets further.”
The required £40 customer spend excludes certain items: Fuel, Tobacco, Lottery products, Morrisons Cafe, Gift Vouchers & Cards, Infant/Formula Milk, Cash Back, Dry Cleaning, Fireworks, Online Games and Instant Tickets, Photo Printing, Saver Stamps, Postage Stamps, ‘Top-Up’ Mobile Phone Cards, Delivery Charges/Pass, Garden Centre & Pharmacy.