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Tesco promo offers fuel at 2008 prices

24 July, 2012

Tesco has launched an unprecedented promotion that offers motorists a saving of up to 50ppl on the forecourt.

This means Tesco customers who take full advantage of the promotion can fill up their tank with petrol or diesel at prices not seen since 2008.

The deal includes a number of kitchen cupboard staples and household essentials such as Heinz Tomato Ketchup and Andrex toilet paper with customers receiving a 10ppl off voucher with each product purchase.

David Wood, Tesco’s UK marketing director, said: “Most significantly, up to five 10ppl vouchers can be used at the same time at our petrol filling stations. This means Tesco customers who take full advantage of this promotion will save 50p on every litre of fuel they buy on our forecourts and they will enjoy the lowest fuel prices by far anywhere in the UK.

“I am delighted that we can offer unbeatable value so that customers are making savings when they fill up their trolley and when they fill up their tank.”

As part of the deal customers will receive a 10ppl voucher when they buy any two selected Andrex Toilet Roll 9 pack for £10; any two selected Robinsons Double Concentrate 1.75l for £7; any four selected Heinz products (choice of mayonnaise, tomato ketchup, salad cream, baked beans) for £9; Nescafe Original 300g for £7 or Gold Blend 300g for £8; and Fairy Non-Bio Powder 72 Wash 5.75kg (£14).





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Weekly retail fuel prices: 10 December 2018
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East132.41131.92122.99
East Midlands131.66133.08122.31
London132.2955.90132.67122.45
North East131.02133.24120.36
North West131.66130.27121.42
Northern Ireland129.6972.90134.65121.32
Scotland131.73131.43121.43
South East132.6863.90133.14123.11
South West132.1667.90131.56122.81
Wales131.24132.97121.42
West Midlands131.34133.10121.95
Yorkshire & Humber131.2469.90131.77121.51

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