Claim FREE fuel discount from ANY supermarket or petrol station this Easter

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Filling up your car whilst the Easter school holidays are in full swing can get expensive, especially in light of the recent petrol price hikes.

Experts have blamed a weak pound and reduced supply from oil producers as the cause of motorists’ pain and they are predicting more on the horizon.

But car users can ease the burden on their purse strings thanks to TopCashback.co.uk’s latest fuel deal. All new members (you can sign up for free) can get £10 bonus to cover the cost of £10 spend on petrol until midnight on Easter Sunday (21 April 2019).

Car users can fill up at Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Asda, the Co-operative, Esso, BP, Texaco, Gulf, Jet, Murco and Shell, remembering to keep hold of their receipt to submit a picture of it online and redeem the savings.

How to claim

  1. Join TopCashback.co.uk for free.

  2. Spend £10 or more on fuel from any of the stated petrol stations.

  3. Sign back into your TopCashback account online and head to the snap & save section to submit your receipt or upload via the TopCashback app.

  4. Snap a picture of the receipt, showing the date and time of purchase, the petrol station name, and the item that is eligible for cashback. You can fold your receipt to show all of the required information.

  5. Once receipts have been submitted, cashback will track within seven working days and will become ‘payable’ within 30 days.

While the offer only kicked off today, there isn’t long to top up and the deal is only valid for the first 4,000 redemptions so you need to be quick.

Motorists can cut their petrol costs this week thanks to TopCashback

There are also plenty of clever ways to save on fuel all year round, ranging from scoping out cheaper deals at supermarket petrol stations to finding petrol stations out of major city centres. Check below for our five top tips.

How you can save on fuel all year round?

  1. Fill up at busy petrol stations – These stations buy more fuel and can take advantage of falling prices. “The big petrol stations have deliveries every day so they can change the price,” Arthur Renshaw, of petrol station analyst Catalist Experian, told The Mirror . “But a small petrol station in a village may have a delivery every couple of weeks.”

  2. Choose a big station – Stations buy their fuel on the wholesale market. Just as in any other negotiation, the big buyers are better able to strike a deal.

  3. Look for a cluster of stations – When several stations are close together, they are more likely to cut prices to tempt drivers in. “If you are in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, you have much less competition than in the centre of Manchester,” said Renshaw.

  4. Do your research – The website PetrolPrices.com allows you to compare prices in your area. It also lists the latest average prices, so you know if you’re being ripped off.

  5. Play the supermarket game – Supermarkets are competing on fuel prices along with everything else. When you’re shopping, keep an eye out for vouchers offering petrol discounts. But be aware of the overall cost. “That is one way to get prices down below £1, but you do need to buy a lot of food to get that result,” PetrolPrices.com owner Peter Zaborszky said.

  6. Stop by provincial towns – Airports, motorways, expensive cities and rural areas have the highest charges, according to PetrolPrices.com analysis. “The golden path is down the middle where rent is cheap,” Zaborszky explained.



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