Asda is issuing a three-day warning to customers to demand money from their nearest store

Asda offers grocery stores money for customers after they fill up their car at one of their gas stations.

That supermarket giant gives shoppers £5 off their next purchase. Customers must keep their petrol or diesel receipt to claim the £5 discount and show it to the checkout before making their next in-store purchase.

Customers must spend at least £40 Asda to be eligible for the discount and multiple items do not count towards the minimum purchase. This contains:

– alcohol

– Lottery tickets

– Tobacco

– E-cigarettes

– Mobile top-ups

– Gift cards

– Baby food

– Newsstand

– optician

– Pharmacy

– Stamps

– More gas

The offer ends on Friday 15th July but customers have until the end of the month to take advantage of the £5 discount at select Asda stores across the UK.

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Where is the offer valid?

The £5 discount is redeemable at the following Asda stores:

– Bishopbriggs

– Grangemouth

– Brand new


– Cumbernauld


– Blantire

– Park head

– Mantle Bridge

– Alloa



– Dornby


– Bishop Auckland

– Spennymoor

– Stockton

– Darlington

– Skeleton

– Middlebrough

– Black wood

– Caerphilly

– Newport Pillgwenlly

– Newport

– Pentwyn


– Quedgeley

– Cheltenham

– Herford

– Wheat

The offer comes after figures from data company Experian showed the average price for a liter of petrol at UK filling stations last week was 190.8p, compared to 198.6p for diesel.

That’s an increase of around 60p for petrol and 64p for diesel over the last 12 months.

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) found that there are “significant differences” in pump prices between many rural and urban areas.

CMA General Counsel Sarah Cardell said: “The recent increase in fuel pump prices is of great concern to millions of drivers.

“While there is no escaping the global pressures that are driving up fuel prices, the widening gap between the price of oil and wholesale prices for gasoline and diesel is a cause for concern.

“We now need to get to the bottom of whether there are legitimate reasons for this and if not, what action can be taken against it.

“Broadly speaking, the retail market appears competitive, but there are some areas that require further investigation.”

She said the regulator will “use our formal legal powers” to investigate pump prices and “will not hesitate to take action” if it finds evidence of “collusion or similar wrongdoing”. Asda is issuing a three-day warning to customers to demand money from their nearest store

Fry Electronics Team

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