August 5, 2022
Vouchers to be delivered at Morrison Petrol Station by March 6 (Photo: Getty Images)

Morrison is offering shoppers a discount on gasoline when they spend £ 40 in stores.

According to the AA, the decline comes after petrol prices hit record highs over the weekend, reaching an average of 148.02p per liter across the UK.

This is higher than the previous highest rate of 147.72p per liter in November last year.

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How much can buyers save?

After spending £ 40 or more at Morrison stores, shoppers will receive a 7p discount fuel voucher per liter of fuel until Sunday, February 27th.

Vouchers must then be redeemed at Morrison’s petrol station by Sunday, March 6.

Consumers should note that some items will not count as £ 40 in stores to claim a fuel voucher.

This includes fuel, tobacco, lottery products, gift vouchers, baby formula and milk, cashback, dry cleaning, Morrison Cafe, fireworks, online games, photo printing, saver stamps, stamps, mobile phone top ups, delivery charges. , Garden Center. Accessories and pharmacy products.

Morrison has 339 filling stations across the UK, but vouchers cannot be used at its smaller Morrison Daily petrol stations.

Rachel Ayre, Morrison’s Chief Customer and Marketing Officer, said: “We know that rising cost of living is really hurting everyone in the UK and we want our customers to pay for one of their biggest expenses. Want to save and help them.

“With the easing of code restrictions, consumers are increasingly using their cars and we are confident that this offer will help them expand their budget further.”

Why are petrol prices rising?

The discount comes as a welcome relief for drivers, as the average cost of refueling a 55-liter family car with petrol is now £ 81.41, according to RAC.

Diesel, meanwhile, has risen to 157.57p per liter, surpassing the previous record of 151.10p on November 20 last year.

Rising prices have led to a sharp rise in global demand as CoVID-19 epidemics have eased.

Tensions between Russia and Ukraine have also affected oil prices, as Russia is the world’s third-largest oil producer, accounting for more than 10 percent of world production.

Thus, the conflict in Russia could lead to a significant reduction in the supply of oil to international markets.

Oil prices rose more than 1 percent on Wednesday, with experts fearing a Russian invasion of Ukraine could push prices up to 100 100 a barrel.

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