Compare supermarket fuel cards with The Fuelcard Expert
If you would like a fuel card that can be used at major supermarkets, enter your details below to find out which card the Fuelcard Expert recommends for your business.
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Many of the national supermarket chains now issue their own supermarket fuel cards or have partnerships with other major branded fuel cards. Businesses like yours can use these fuel cards to take full advantage of the great fuel prices and convenience that supermarkets provide. In the UK there are currently around 1,500 supermarket petrol stations including those operated by Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and The Co-operative. Currently, businesses such as Lidl and Aldi do not have their own filling stations, however Waitrose and Marks and Spencer do run convenience stores attached to many petrol stations and at motorway service areas. Use our tool above to compare supermarket fuel cards and find out which one would best suit your business.
Supermarkets also offer their customers loyalty cards, examples being Sainsbury’s with its Nectar card offering, the Tesco Clubcard and The Co-operative membership card, so that when you purchase diesel or petrol from their forecourts you can also collect reward points. These reward points can then be used to pay for goods in their own stores, in some cases redeemed for cash, or used in a wide variety of other retailers, restaurants and even hotels. In some instances loyalty cards can be used when a driver uses a fuel card to pay for their fuel.
As many of the service stations are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with a number offering pay-at-the-pump facilities, they can be a convenient option for a driver.
Customers can also enjoy the convenience of the supermarket petrol stations offering a range of other goods, such as groceries, toiletries and snacks. It should however be noted that for security reasons these cannot be purchased using a fuel card.
Use the simple comparison tool above to see which fuel card we recommend for you to use when purchasing diesel and petrol from a supermarket filling station.