Morrisons 5p per litre off fuel deal is back – but you’ll have to be quick

It's not cheap to fill up these days, whether it's petrol or diesel.

But often fuel stations offer incredible deals to help Brits get the most out of their money. Now drivers could get 5p per litre off fuel when they visit Morrisons.

Until October 22, drivers will need to spend £35 or more in one go in-store or online at the supermarket chain to receive a coupon for the promotion to use by October 30.

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According to MoneySavingExpert, the website owned by Martin Lewis, the promotion has been around fairly often in the past, although it's the first time since May.

Although the deal enables drivers to save around £2.75 on filling up, if you were going to spend at least £35 at Morrisons, it's worth taking advantage.

Morrisons might not be the cheapest local forecourt, but you can check using the free tool to see what's out there.

You'll automatically receive one coupon per £35 or more spent, whether it's at the till or self-checkout. While if you're shopping online, Morrisons should send you an email within three to five days of delivery or collection.

In order to take advantage of the promotion, you'll need to print out the coupon and show proof of identity, like your driving licence, in order to redeem it.

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You can use your coupon on a fuel purchase (up to a maximum of 100 litres) for just one vehicle. You can't redeem the coupon if you're buying petrol from BP, Essar, Esso, Gateway Services, Gulf, Jet, Shell and Texaco.

Just remember the vouchers can only be used by paying at the kiosk, not the pump. Multiple coupons can't be redeemed in the same transation.

And the discount doesn't work on other promotions or coupons. It can't be earned or used in Gibraltar either.

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