How to get £5 free petrol at major supermarket – but there's a catch | The Sun

MOTORISTS can get £5 of free fuel at a major supermarket – but not everyone can claim it.

The offer is being dished out at Morrisons petrol stations across the UK over the next week.

There is a catch though, you have to be a Vodafone customer to get the £5 voucher.

That's because it is one of the company's VeryMe rewards.

There are only 65,000 e-vouchers available so you might want to be quick if you want money off your next tank.

Using the VeryMe Rewards app all you need to do is claim the code and scan it at your local Morrisons filling station.


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To benefit you'll need to claim the award between today and January 29.

Once you've got the code it's only valid for an hour so you'll have to be quick.

Users must present the code at the till, you can't use it on self-service pumps.

Vodafone said that screenshots of the code will not be accepted.

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They will also be able to redeem the e-vouchers at all 339 Morrisons petrol stations across the UK.

According to the latest PetrolPrices figures, the average price of petrol was 149.9p last week, and for diesel, it was 169.9p.

The price of unleaded petrol peaked at a record high of 191.53p in July and has slowly fallen back down.

Meanwhile, diesel is down from 199.07p in July.

The exact amount that Morrisons charges for its fuel will vary by location so do check yours before you fill up.

You can find your nearest filling station by using the locator tool on its website.

How else can I cut the cost of petrol?

Checking petrol prices is the easiest way to cut your fuel costs – sites such as let you search by postcode to find the cheapest in your area.

Various supermarkets including Morrisons and Tesco also offer money off fuel from time to time when you spend a certain amount in store.

Make sure to keep an eye on their websites for the latest offers.

Checking local social media groups is one way to track down bargain fuel prices too, according to Luke Bosdet, an expert at The AA.

Loyalty schemes could save you cash – some could shave up to 5p a litre off the cost.

Drivers with a BPme rewards card get one point for every £1 they spend in store or on a litre of regular fuel at a BP garage.

You'll get two points for every litre of the more expensive Ultimate fuel – and get £1 off fuel for every 200 points.

Texaco members can save 1p per litre of fuel with its Star Rewards scheme.

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And you can sign up to Shell Go to get money off at its forecourts.

Changing your driving style can help make your fuel go further too.

Do you have a money problem that needs sorting? Get in touch by emailing [email protected]

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