Sainsbury’s Cuts Diesel Prices By 2p Per Litre
British supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has cut the price of diesel by 2 pence per litre across its 300 forecourts.
The retailer says that this offers excellent value for motorists across the UK.
Customers will also be able to collect Nectar points on every fill-up at Sainbury's forecourts - one point on every litre purchased.
Speaking on the price cuts, Avishai Moor, head of fuel at Sainsbury’s, said that it was another great piece of news for its customers, following the announcement that fuel duty will remain at the same level this year.
"Fuel can be a big expense, so we’re proud to be offering our customers great value for money when they fill up with Sainsbury’s.”
In other Sainsbury's news this week, a new agreement with IT loyalty firm Eagle Eye will allow Sainsbury’s to reinvent how it handles online vouchers, according to a report in telegraph.co.uk.
Eagle Eye’s technology will be deployed in Sainsbury’s outlets in order to process discount vouchers that customers have accessed through their smartphones.
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