Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Morrisons - Fuel Saver

Morrisons have just released a great way to save money. It is quite unique to any money saving / discount scheme available in the UK at the moment and is therefore well worth looking in to in more detail. The fuel saver scheme gives you a way of saving money when you buy fuel from a Morrison's petrol station, unlike any way you have done before.
What the scheme does is that you get money off fuel when you buy a gift card in store, to buy items elsewhere. This is not as complicated as it sounds! Say you buy a John Lewis gift card in store. This will entitle you to get a certain amount of money off fuel next time you fill up. This means that you will not only the gift card you need, but also some money off fuel.
Normally you have to spend a certain amount of money in store to get money off fuel, by being able to get this money off by buying gift cards, it means that you can spend money elsewhere and still save. For example, if you spend £30 a month in Boots, then get a Boots gift card from Morrisons and you will get money of your fuel there. You will earn 1p off a litre for every £10 you spend on gift cards.
Coming up to Christmas, this could be great. If you are planning on buying gift cards for people, then get them from Morrisons and you can save money on fuel as well.
The stores that are participating are  Currys PC World, Itunes, Homebase, Next, Burton, Dorothy Perkins, BHS, Evans, Miss Selfridge, Topshop, Wallis, Outfit, Toys R Us, Debenhams, House of Fraser, Pizza Express, Halfords, Accessorise, Monsoon, Bella Italia, CafĂ© Rouge, Cineworld, Boots, New Look, JD Sports, H Samuel, Zizzi, Facebook, Spotify, Club Penguin, Spa Finder, Toni & Guy, Hotel Voucher Shop, National Book Tokens, so there is plenty to choose from. Take a look below to see how much money you could save and watch the video to find out more details about the scheme. The scheme started on the 3rd September, so you may already have heard about it. Find out more, so that you know what to do, when you next shop at Morrisons.

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