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Morrisons logoMorrisons free petrol? Big spenders' extreme couponingBuy selected gift cards in-store, get 1p/L off fuel for every £10


This is an awesome bit of extreme couponing. It is fiddly and only works if you are already planning to make a big purchase at one of the 51 retailers included, such as PC World, Homebase and Currys.

As the discount's stackable, buy £50 of gift cards and you'd get 5p/litre off. But play it to the max (ie, buy £1,000+ of gift cards) and you could potentially get a free tank of petrol. See 'more info' below for details.

More info

How it works

Morrisons' Fuel Saver deal gives 1p/litre off petrol, diesel or LPG for every £10 of gift cards bought in-store.

There are 51 retailers to buy gift cards for, including Homebase, Debenhams, Currys, PC World, Next, House of Fraser, Halfords, and iTunes, plus new retailers TK Maxx, Oasis, Boots, Warehouse and Waterstones. The offer's ongoing, but doesn't include Morrisons' own gift cards.

If there's a large purchase you are going to make anyway - eg, £500 on a computer at PC World or a garden shed at Homebase - get it via buying the gift cards and you'll bag 50p/litre off.

If you bought £1,100 of gift cards, it'd effectively make a £1.10/litre tank FREE. Morrisons has also told us there's no limit per transaction on the gift cards, and you can split any amount above this into a second purchase to get a voucher for a second fill-up. Petrol vouchers are valid for 63 days from the issue date.

Use gift cards quickly

Gift cards are non-refundable, and it isn't a good idea to put money on the card to drip-spend over six months. Though most of those mentioned here are big, safe companies, if the firm goes bust you'll probably lose the cash, so ensure you minimise the time between buying and redemption.

It's also worth noting third party retailers (Morrisons in this case) don't have any responsibility to refund you if a gift card's retailer goes into administration. See the Beware gift vouchers MSE News story. Gift cards are generally valid for about two years, but always check.

Full terms on the Morrisons website. Find your nearest Morrisons.

Amex logoAmerican Express - £10 off £50 House of Fraser & moreOffers incl Vue, Caffè Nero, Fat Face, World Duty Free

Limited availability

American Express regularly releases a new set of cashback offers when you spend a set amount at certain stores. Anyone with a personal Amex card qualifies (including cards issued by Lloyds, TSB, MBNA and Barclays), but not corporate or prepaid cards.

What's more, you can use these offers alongside discount vouchers, or in a sale, to maximise the savings. Plus if you've got an Amex cashback card, you get your normal level of cashback as well.

Until Sun 28 Jun, American Express cardholders can get cashback at the following stores if they add the offer to their cards and spend the qualifying amount (in one transaction):

  • Vue Cinemas - £10 cashback on a £25 spend (first 100,000 cardholders)
  • - £10 cashback on a £50 spend (first 60,000 cardholders)
  • Caffè Nero - £5 cashback on a £10 spend (first 100,000 cardholders)
  • Ocado - £15 cashback on a £60 spend (first 60,000 cardholders)
  • Fat Face -  £10 cashback on a £50 spend (first 20,000 cardholders)
  • Heal's -  £10 cashback on a £100 spend (no redemption limit)
  • The Co-operative electrical - £20 cashback on a £200 spend (first 100,000 cardholders)

These offers are available until Sun 9 Aug:

  • House of Fraser - £10 cashback on a £50 spend (first 25,000 cardholders)
  • World Duty Free - £10 cashback on a £70 spend (first 20,000 cardholders)

The offer only gets you cashback once at each retailer, but there’s no limit to the number of retailers you can get cashback from before the offer ends. These are only the biggies, see 'more info' for the full list of offers currently available.

How it works

  • Log in to your account. Log in online at American Express or via the Amex app. If your card is issued by an Amex partner (eg, Lloyds, MBNA) you can log in at Amex Connect to access these offers.
  • Go to the 'Offers' section. Choose an offer and add it to your card. You must pre-select the offer online before you visit a store, you can't just walk in and pay. Each offer is valid once per card.
  • Visit a store and shop!  Pay with your connected card in a store or online to redeem the offer. You don’t need a code or a voucher.

Once you've redeemed an offer, you'll have to wait for the cash. It should appear as a credit to your card between three and five days after payment, but could take up to eight weeks to appear in your account.

It's worth noting that once the offers have been redeemed the maximum number of times, they will disappear from the site. See the full T&Cs.

More info

What if I don't have an Amex card?

If you don't have an American Express card, in theory you could get one to access these deals, but consider first if a credit card is right for you. Read MSE's Credit Cards section for full info. If you do go for it, it'll take around two weeks for your application to be processed and for you to receive your card. Use our credit card eligibility checker to see if you'll be accepted first.

Other cashback offers available:

  • Paper London - £50 cashback on a £300 spend (no redemption limit, until Sun 28 Jun)
  • Otis Batterbee - £20 cashback on a £100 spend  (no redemption limit, until Sat 18 Jul)
  • - £25 cashback on a £85 spend (first 10,000 cardholders, until Sun 9 Aug)
  • D&D London - £20 cashback on a £100 spend (first 10,000 cardholders, until Mon 31 Aug)
  • The Landmark Hotel Group - £50 cashback on a £200 spend (first 10,000 cardholders, until Mon 31 Aug)
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There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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