Sainsbury’s slashes petrol and diesel price in ‘fantastic’ new fuel offer
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We all know how expensive fuel can be.
Now Sainsbury's has announced its petrol and diesel price cut ahead of the weekend.
The supermarket giant is cutting the costs of unleaded petrol and diesel from today (November 5).
It will reduce petrol by up to 2p per litre and diesel by up to 3p per litre across all of its 315 forecourts.
As usual, customers will be able to collect Nectar points every time they fill up – one point on every litre purchased.
The new discount comes as England plunged into a second lockdown for four weeks on Thursday.
David Pegg, Fuel Buying Manager at Sainsbury's, spoke about the new price drop.
He said: "We are committed to delivering value for our customers, especially during these uncertain and challenging times.
"And that is why we're reducing the price of unleaded petrol by up to 2p per litre and diesel by up to 3p per litre across every single one of our forecourts from today.
"Whether in store or at the pumps, customers know they will get fantastic value with Sainsbury's."
However, there are some new rules for shoppers to follow in the second lockdown.
The supermarket issued an urgent reminder to customers about shopping in store earlier this week.
Sainsbury's is asking people who can to only send one adult to stores.
The popular store tweeted: "To avoid overcrowding please shop one adult at a time."
On the website, the supermarket chain further expanded what they mean by this rule.
It added: "We are asking everyone to only send one adult per household to our shops where possible.
"This helps us keep people a safe distance apart and also helps to reduce queues to get into stores."
If Sainsbury's staff members see bigger groups of people, they may ask they to choose one adult to send into store.
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