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Morrisons offers shoppers money off fuel vouchers as cost of living crisis continues to bite

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Supermarket chain Morrisons has announced it is giving shoppers who spend £40 or more in store a 5p off per litre voucher to spend at its fuel filling stations.

The deal, which runs from Thursday 29 September until Sunday 9 October is part of a number of price cutting measures the supermarket has taken as shoppers struggle with the cost of living crisis.

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The lower prices on around 150 products cover nearly six per cent of Morrisons total volume sales and offer an average saving of 14 per cent per product. 

Rachel Eyre, Chief Customer & Marketing Officer at Morrisons, said: “Fuel prices are one of the biggest expenses people across the UK are facing as the cost of living increases. We want to help our customers save money wherever we can and hope this offer can help make budgets go a little further.” 

The required £40 customer spend excludes certain items such as fuel, tobacco, lottery products, morrisons café,  gift vouchers & cards, infant formula milk, cash back, dry cleaning, fireworks, online games and instant tickets, photo printing, saver stamps, postage stamps, ‘Top-Up’ mobile phone cards, delivery charges, garden centre and pharmacy.

Morrisons has 339 filling stations across the UK, including several in South West Wales at Morfa in Swansea, Neath, Baglan, Llanelli, Carmarthen and Haverfordwest.

(Lead image: Morrisons)

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