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Fuel prices fall as supermarkets launch money saving deals

Published 23 April 2014

Fuel prices are set to tumble by as much as 10p per litre after Britain’s supermarkets announced a new round of money saving deals.

Sainsbury’s is offering 10p per litre saving on fuel until 30 April to everyone who spends £60 in store, while Morrisons is cutting 6p off a litre fuel for customers spending £40 up to 4 May.

Not to be outdone by its chief rivals, Tesco is offering savings via its Clubcard scheme, with shoppers getting 2p off a litre of fuel for every £50 spent, up to a maximum of 20p off a litre a month.

Avishai Moor, Sainsbury’s head of fuel said: “With the May Day bank holiday approaching and as families across the country set to get away to take advantage of the long weekend, we’re sure this offer will be well received by motorists.”

For more information on these and many more deals, visit Honest John's money saving section here

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