expired Coles & Bilo - Spend $30 or More and Receive 8c/L Fuel Discount Voucher for ColesExpress

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Coles & Bilo are offering 8c/L discount fuel vouchers (normally 4c/L) until 3rd August 2011 if you spend more than $30 in one transaction. These vouchers are valid at ColesExpress service stations.

Saw add in Sydney's Daily Telegraph today and also confirmed on ColesExpress website.

Terms and Conditions:
Offer provides 8 cents per litre (cpl) fuel discount receipt for purchases of $30 or more in one transaction between 21/07/2011 and 03/08/2011 at participating Coles (excluding Coles Express), BI-LO or Pick’n Pay and coles.com.au. Standard 4cpl fuel discount receipts remain redeemable at Coles Express for 4cpl discount. Limit of one fuel discount receipt per fuel purchase up to 150 litres per vehicle per customer. Not valid for Fleet Card, Shell Card, Motorcharge or Motorpass purchases. Purchases of gift cards or tobacco and tobacco related products in QLD, SA, ACT or NSW or coles.com.au delivery/service fees do not contribute to qualifying spend. Offer not to be used in conjunction with any other offer or receipt. Valid in conjunction with additional 2 cents per litre discount for in-store spend at Coles Express. Coles Express Fuel Discount and Save 6c Terms and Conditions also apply. For Coles Express store locations click here. Fuel discount voucher valid for four weeks from date of issue.


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    I guess that will mean 12cents for Coles Mastercard holders…

    Is this Australia-wide ??? If it is, Woollies should match this soon… win…

    • although i bet we see pump prices not discounted as much during this promotion… :(
    • +4 votes

      I was at woolies a few hours ago & it was 8cents there also.

  • +2 votes

    Terms and Conditions:
    Offer provides 8 cents per litre (cpl) fuel discount receipt for purchases of $30 or more in one transaction between 21/07/2011 and 03/08/2011 at participating Coles (excluding Coles Express), BI-LO or Pick’n Pay and coles.com.au. Standard 4cpl fuel discount receipts remain redeemable at Coles Express for 4cpl discount. Limit of one fuel discount receipt per fuel purchase up to 150 litres per vehicle per customer. Not valid for Fleet Card, Shell Card, Motorcharge or Motorpass purchases. Purchases of gift cards or tobacco and tobacco related products in QLD, SA, ACT or NSW or coles.com.au delivery/service fees do not contribute to qualifying spend. Offer not to be used in conjunction with any other offer or receipt. Valid in conjunction with additional 2 cents per litre discount for in-store spend at Coles Express. Coles Express Fuel Discount and Save 6c Terms and Conditions also apply. For Coles Express store locations click here. Fuel discount voucher valid for four weeks from date of issue.

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      . Valid in conjunction with additional 2 cents per litre discount

      cool, that takes the discount up to 14 cents per litre…

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        Do all the above and if you bought Coles car insurance , you would have vouchers for another 8cents off taking the total discount to 22 cents per litre!!

        • +5 votes

          Coles car insurance?? Which isle is that in?

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          Only valid in Australia of course.

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      Thanks - added to description!

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    Doesn't say that it isn't Australia wide on their website so I guess it should be?

    So far I've seen add in Sydney's Daily Telegraph and this article in Brisbane's Courier Mail http://www.couriermail.com.au/ipad/coles-lags-despite-doubli...

  • +3 votes

    Good offer for LPG users like myself. Over 10% off the fuel bill.

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      BP always have a 2c/L discount……..

  • +1 vote

    good news.
    Fuel price is getting crazily high nowadays

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      Fuel price is getting crazily high nowadays

      I wonder why ????

      oil price is dropping, $AUD is getting stronger…

      • +5 votes

        To prepare for the 8 cents discount.

      • +2 votes

        Check out the terminal gate price for your capital city:

        http://www.aip.com.au/pricing/tgp/index.htm

        That's the price service stations pay in bulk for petrol and diesel before any special discounts from the refinery. At the peak of the weekly discount cycle, petrol costs about $1.50/L here while the TGP is $1.34. A healthy profit. At the bottom of the cycle the fuel is being sold at cost price.

        Oil is also rising in price, not falling. While West Texas Intermediate is currently US$98/bbl, the benchmark we use is Tapis Crude which currently is US$124/bbl. Another thing is the Australian dollar. It's not really becoming that much stronger. It's more the fact that the US dollar is becoming progressively weaker against most other currencies, therefore the oil market is compensating by raising the price.

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    Rubbish! Fuel price is crazy high still..this is just another way to attract ppl to spend their money.

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      Do you remember the petrol and diesel prices back in mid 2008? I took a photo of the price board at the peak of the cycle. It was $1.72/L for petrol and $1.82/L for diesel. The Tapis oil price peaked a little over $150/bbl back then with the AU dollar almost at parity against the USD$. We're at US$124/bbl right now with a stronger dollar. Believe it or not, fuel is costing about what it should right now.

      The only choice we have is to use less fuel, or use something like LPG. In the future we're going to be forced to make tough choices anyway, due to the world passing the peak in oil production capacity in 2008. The tough choices will be based on whether you can buy fuel at all, not just whether it's $1.40 or $1.50 this week.

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        Believe it or not, fuel is costing about what it should right now.

        rubbish… the price is artificial, determined by a cartel…

        The main determinant of price should be the cost of production, but it isn't…

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          The cost is determined by supply and demand, as well as speculation. The market is willing to pay $98/bbl WTI and $124 Tapis right now. Even a cartel like OPEC didn't have the power to keep oil prices high when they crashed in 2008 from $150/bbl to the low 30s.

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          No price is ever determined by what it costs to produce, where did you ever get that crazy idea? It is set by what people will pay. Don't like high prices, don't pay for them, simple. I haven't bought bananas since they have been high. There are alternatives to driving everywhere, although the majority in Australia have trouble of conceiving of that fact.

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      Well..look at today's ULP price at my location, 1.48 at Coles express but the Caltex woolworth only 1.30. That 8 cents off per litre is totally crapped.

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        Service stations follow each other in price. That Caltex price will be at parity in the next day or two. On the rare occasion I purchase petrol I use my 4c/8c discounts on the cheapest day rather than at the peak.

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          The cheapest day is getting more and more confused in Perth now. Used to be Thursday and now Tuesaday. Sometime weekends cheaper than weekdays. Service stations are totally out of controll!

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          I agree donkuok. The changing cycle is annoying for petrol and diesel users alike. Petrol users always have to guess when the lowest price will be, while diesel users completely miss out on any discounting and always pay a high price. I mostly use LPG and there is no cycle there, and I would hate to see service stations implement one.

        • +2 votes

          Try http://www.accc.gov.au/content/index.phtml/itemId/933944 for how the cycle varies where you are. You will find that the last maximum seems to be 2-3c higher with no driving higher oil price to push it - suggesting that they were getting ready for this last week.

          Hitting the cheapest price is easy if you use these pages.

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    trick:
    just buy some expensive item. split into different invoices $30.
    get the docket.
    return it the next day.

    just enjoy the petrol discount without spending unnecessary purchase.

  • -1 vote

    Too bad there is like 1 coles express in the whole of south australia =\

    • +1 vote

      Huh? There are 30 of them within 50km of the Adelaide CBD.

      • +1 vote

        Agreed. I live near the CBD and there are at least 6 within 8km of home.

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    Just wanted to confirm, Woolworths has matched

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      Woolworths one appears to be 4c/L normal docket + spend $2 or more at the servo and get another 4c/L -http://www.woolworthspetrol.com.au/content.php/37.html

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    lol I'm not sure what's so exciting about these promotions, we aren't saving anything - they just mean crapper prices at the bowser or higher supermarket pricing!

    Personally unless I am after a can of Monster at the time I just go to the BP next door…same price on the bowser, better quality fuel and not supporting a duopoly whose only aim is to wipe out the competition.

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      Better quality fuel at BP than Caltex or Shell? BP only has refineries in QLD and WA. In NSW BP would be sourcing its fuel from a Caltex or Shell refinery. Victoria is Shell or Mobil. SA has no refineries. Unless you're purchasing Ultimate 98, unleaded 91 fuel is a commodity interchangeable between companies.

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        I only ever touch 98RON fuels….

        • +1 vote

          i only use 98 too. BP is good no dramas but boycotting them due to the whole negligence with the environment, caltex use to make my evo ping so i would avoid their 98. and shell has been flawless. both the 98 and their old race fuel :) i miss that stuff!

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          I have a normal Lancer (4B11) and yeah it runs crap on Vortex 98 and uses more petrol too…no issues with either Shell or BP, although I think the BP is marginally better hard to be definite though without a dyno!

  • +2 votes

    More scam than bargain for me. Like last time, nearly all the Shell petrol stations will put up prices by an extra 4 cents and there will be more cars queueing up and of course more expensive for those who don't have a voucher.

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      I'm with you, I avoid Shell like it's AIDS, Coles too.

      I filled up at BP last Friday night, their standard unleaded price was only 1 cent more than the discounted price at Shell 200 metres away, but at that distance I couldn't tell if it was discounted regular unleaded or discounted E10.

  • +3 votes

    The sooner they scrapped this fuel discount voucher the better for us.they already put the price up by more than 8c this week .its just a game and must ended.sick of it.independent servos are at least 3 or 4c cheaper anydays.

    • +1 vote

      Too true, I'm finding I spend less on fuel since I switched to servos that don't offer a 4 cents off.

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    Does BP take part in the fuel discounts?

    (BP fuel fan here)

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      No.

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      Really? even after the mexican gulf?

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        Sure the Gulf was a mess, but dont kid your self all the oil companies will cut as many corners as they can to maximize profits, BP just got unlucky. I'm sure that incident won't be the last for any company….

        Cant speak for the E10, but for 98RON users BP Ultimate is the best of the 3…

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      No but if you get this credit card, you can get 5% back (annual fee of $89).

      http://www.citibank.com.au/cardsoffer/CardsOnline/1209bp-cit...

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