Being one of the most competitive supermarket petrol station groups, Sainsburys petrol prices are often seen as competitive. But are they the cheapest petrol prices in your area? Send us a review and tell us!
Written on: 22/05/2013 by audiaudi452 (8 reviews written)
The advisor in the Derby site was a great help to me over three months ago when I stupidly left my wallet at home. Couldnt recommend her enough during a stressful situation. Its always very well presented inside there also and the coffee machine is great first thing. (read more)
Written on: 23/05/2012
for some reason over the last few weeks when i have used sainsburys petrol i only seem to get half the mileage up against the mileage that i get when i use another petrol station i dont understand how this is happening but 3 times now i have put £10 into my car at another station and got at least 75 miles for that tenner. but when i put a tenner in at sainsburys i only get about 30 to 35 miles so unfortunatly i am now no longer using sainsburys petrol even if it is a few pence cheaper. has... (read more)
Written on: 21/05/2012
i feel that i have been taken for a ride, last night on my local radio station the news headlines were a 3p per litre cut in fuel for both unleaded and deisel i also went onto the internet and the sun headlines was sainsburys is slashing fuel by 3p per litre nationwide i dont know about nationwide but in morecambe there was a 2p per litre price cut i have been lied to and so has my local radio station and the sun the cut should have been more than 3p there quick enough to put prices up but... (read more)
Written on: 23/10/2010
The petrol from this station is far more expensive than most other stations (up to 5p per litre). Since Sainsbury's took over the former Somerfield store we have scene the demise of 3 independant petrol stations. The reason for this demise......they simply undercut the fuel prices that the others were charging......result, the smaller stations could not compete and so went out of business. Sainsbury's now have the monopoly for North Walsham and the surrounding area, as the nearest petrol... (read more)
Written on: 10/10/2010
Used the Sainsbury's forecourt in Grantham yesterday, mainly because all the other stations in town had increased their prices by 1 or 2 pence per litre - including ASDA! Lowest price, great customer service, and even with 4 diesel pumps out of action, very speedy service! The staff set me up with a Nectar card, gave me a laugh and i left with a smile. Overall a great experience (read more)
Written on: 30/08/2010
In this area where wages are known to be low Sainsbury's have admitted that because there is no other competition they keep their petrol prices higher than other areas, where as Taunton approx 40 miles away the petrol prices can be 5p a litre less because there is a Morrison's nearby. Tesco in our area also hold their prices high so they are not any better.(Sainsbury's admission to higher prices were quoted to me by email from the costomer services when I asked why the prices were higher) (read more)
Written on: 16/07/2010
My concerns are: I drove into their garage with 40 miles showing on my fuel gauge. I put in £29.00 (they were advertising at 1.12). My gauge read 245 miles after filling. The receipt actually showed the cost of the fuel at 1.129!
I then refueled at Bury St Edmunds Sainsbury's. My gauge read 10 miles left. I put in £25 at 1.15 and after filling my gauge read 280 miles.... Less fuel, but more miles? Are they short changing in Devon (read more)
Written on: 12/07/2010
I do not understand why, when SAINSBURY'S PETROL is bought from one supplier/refinery in bulk, that the price varies from £1:14.9 per litre in the city stores to £1:18.9 per litre in my local Sainsbury's in our rural market town of North Walsham in Norfolk? Sainsbury's obviously have the 'monopoly' with no competition, so therefore they are exploiting us rural dwellers!We have no choice but to pay this extortionate price which is so unfair and should not be allowed. Our nearest alternative... (read more)
Written on: 11/06/2010
In my part of the world, Oxford, Sainsburys have a major market share of both their own grocery & other in store products & fuel.
There are two large stores about 10 minutes apart, one north of the city & the other south. Over recent weeks the northen store has consitantly been 3p per litre (across the board) more expensive than the southern store, which has a Tesco 5 minutes away.
So if you're in this part of the world you might want to a) use the southern store, or b), exert some customer... (read more)
Written on: 21/05/2010
ON THE WEB IT STATES THAT YOU HAVE A REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF PETROL
AS WITH TESCO AND ASDA.I HAVE BEEN TO ALL STATION AND THIS IS WHAT I FOUND
QUOTED PRICE ON PC.........................ATTACTUAL PRICE AT THE PUMP
SAINSBURY 84.9 £ 1.17p
TESCO 84.9 1.17p
ASDA 87.9 1.17p
DONT YOU THING IT WAS TIME TO INFORM THE STORES OF ANY REDUCTION OR IS THE INFORMATION SHOWN ON MY... (read more)
Written on: 12/02/2010
I no this seems strange that i rate you quite high and would not recomend you to a friend but its quit simple i ride a heavey motor cycle so do my friends and every time i use your forcourt i have to push my bike of your befor i can start the engine because the electronics on your forcourt block the key fob signal and it wont turn off there for i wont be useing your forcourts ever again its just not worth the hastle i pass it on the way to work and i use a lot of fuel so was filling there... (read more)
Written on: 19/01/2010
Good octane 95 petrol with friendly staff but always seems to be 1 or 2p above the cost of the local JET garage. Why? (read more)
Written on: 24/10/2009
Good food but highly priced! Fairly good range...but, The fruit always goes off within 2/3 days! Especially those which are forced ripe...
The petrol offers would be good for us except that we would have to travel to Brighton to get the 5p off offer!!! Defeats the object!
Does Sainsburys own BP/Shell in the Uk?
Good start but a long way to go to be a better Tesco and truly help the general public!
The websites should have a petrol station locator!
Light & Peace
Written on: 12/11/2008
I have always handed my Nectar Card but this store seems to always put less points per litre bought or forget to put points on and then advise you to put them on at the main store. (read more)
Written on: 31/07/2008 by Alan Burbage
I've always found the staff at Sainsburys petrol station have a 1st class attitude to customer service. I regulary use the forecourt in Leamington Spa. They not only beat or match local prices, but also frequently offer 5 pence per litre discount when shopping instore. (read more)
Written on: 16/05/2008 by nor4h (2 reviews written)
I have rheumatoid arthritis and if I ask the attendant at Sainsbury's petrol stations, someone will fill the tank for me, which is a great help! It would be better if an attendant actually offered to fill your tank, rather than having to go in and ask. In the Republic of Ireland they do this routinely at most petrol stations. It really hurts my hands to use the heavy metal nozzle. Their petrol prices are usually the lowest in my area. (read more)
Written on: 07/11/2007 by marianne mcdougall (1 review written)
Low cost petrol, free air and really friendly service. (read more)
Written on: 13/03/2007 by serious (1 review written)
The service you get from Sainsburys is really dependent on the attitude of staff at your local store. But unlike other brands you do get good value for money & loyalty points. (read more)
Written on: 10/12/2005 by delboy1000 (1 review written)
Although Sainsburys service station offers cheap petrol, it definitely worth avoiding as the satff are uncaring and you never get your Nectar points here, they can't be bothered. (read more)
Written on: 18/06/2005 by dave74
My first experience of a Sainsbury's Petrol station was in Braehead Glasgow. The station was not busy and it all seemed clean and safe. The paying kiosk was really pleasant with a range of different products at the stores low prices. The staff were very cheerful and one young lad even made me laugh. I would recommend Sainsbury's petrol to anyone for both quality and top class service. (read more)
Written on: 01/04/2005 by smelly kelly (22 reviews written)
Sainsburys petrol is good value for money, it seems to be in competition with Tesco. The added bonus of using Sainsburys for petrol is tht you earn 2 Necter points per pound, rather than BP's 1. Also the station has a lot of products from the main store on sale for no extra cost such as wine, sandwichs, biscuits, bread etc. (read more)
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