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On Monday, I get responsibility for a company vehicle, which will involve circa £80 to £150 of diesel a week (depending on season).
As in Bury st Edmunds, Sainsburys (Nectar) and Tesco (clubcard) are relatively near to each other and on my daily route. Which card in your opinion has a better redemption value ??
Fuel price is irrelevant as I don't pay for it.
 
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Clubcard all the way. I don't even bother to get my Nectar out any more. The Waitrose card is even less use.
 

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On Monday, I get responsibility for a company vehicle, which will involve circa £80 to £150 of diesel a week (depending on season).
As in Bury st Edmunds, Sainsburys (Nectar) and Tesco (clubcard) are relatively near to each other and on my daily route. Which card in your opinion has a better redemption value ??
Fuel price is irrelevant as I don't pay for it.
Don't do it (go for Nectar or clubcard points) if you are paying with your own card and reclaiming from the company.

There are tax consequences and it will come back to haunt you.

If you submit receipts showing club card etc points your company should tell you not to.

If you cut of the bit showing the points then they should also say they noticed what you have done.

HMRC are quite hot on this.
 

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Buy with waitrose credit card and get cash back . Shop at Tesco and encourage a dodgy company who get data on what you buy so they can get the most from you whilst looking like they are giving you deals. Home | Tescopoly
 
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Don't do it (go for Nectar or clubcard points) if you are paying with your own card and reclaiming from the company.

There are tax consequences and it will come back to haunt you.

No problems there...Fuel bought with company fuel card.
 
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Buy with waitrose credit card and get cash back . Shop at Tesco and encourage a dodgy company who get data on what you buy so they can get the most from you whilst looking like they are giving you deals. Home | Tescopoly
Waitrose a bit too posh for me.:lol:
 

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Are HMRC that short of companies to tax that they are chasing folks for their club card points from filling up the company car?

Do the revenue tax companies for their free lawnmowers bought with club card points?
 

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£100 a week spend = 75 litres = 37.5 clubcard points a week = face value of 37p a week. if the revenue are seriously clamping down on this kind of thing then i'm appalled. there really are some ever-so-slightly bigger fish to fry out there.
 
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crazycarb - ignore me at your peril.
I'm not sure how our company system works, as it is a large corporation with the main head office in Paris.(with a UK operating office)
All the fuel receipts from fuel useage bought via the fuel card at branch level normally get binned and presumably head office then pay one big bill for the 75 branches.
This vehicle isn't part of my salary, but a work tool that for security reasons is better off at my place than left out at branch.
 
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