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38 Likes #2
That might explain why our local Tesco has added 3p on a litre of fuel today.
2 Likes #3
degudodger
That might explain why our local Tesco has added 3p on a litre of fuel today.


Cold

Normally goes up 2p.

A right con.

Got 6p off myself from Morrisons & they kept the initial price low.

Edited By: YouDontWantToKnow on May 08, 2011 09:26
1 Like #4
happens everytime give you 5p discount but hike price up the day before
3 Likes #5
Oil price fell quite heavily last week but will we see the reduction at the pumps...in your dreams !
15 Likes #6
tesco treat people like idiots
boycott the place!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2 Likes #7
I used to really like Tesco but I feel over the past year they are becoming poor. Recently they put a 4 pack of toilet roll up from 50 odd pence to £1. Just little things like this, never having a decent stock of things like bread, and always being 2p more expensive on petrol than ASDA is making me think I will move supermarket soon.
1 Like #8
They always up the price 2 or 3 p before one of these deals, pity we don't have a quango to stop this pathetic abuse
Oh sorry we do its just that they don't do anything apart from take a nice big wage and pension from the taxpayers
5 Likes #9
So petrol is 3p a litre more, and Tesco food prices are well known to be higher than Asda. COLD.
#10
Hey, you can knock Tescos all you like, but they are the cheapest around where I live. I collect the points and get two return crossing to France for car and caravan via Eutotunnel each year.
#11
Tescos isn't always more expensive than asda - I generally just get the offers to stock up plus essentials whilst shopping - although some items are more expensive than asda, the overall shop is cheaper when doing the price check. Hot as our nearest asda is 20 miles away. Have tried the home delivery with asda and it was shocking service.
1 Like #12
jacob
Hey, you can knock Tescos all you like, but they are the cheapest around where I live. I collect the points and get two return crossing to France for car and caravan via Eutotunnel each year.



You probably spend a fortune there each year. They arent the cheapest here at all.
#13
will do my weekly shopping tom. so good timing every little helps heat added
#14
When people stop arguing can someone please give me a hint as to the amount i'm likely to pay at Tesco for unleaded with this 5p off. I normally pay 1.32 at Sainsburys in York at the moment

Edited By: Daft Punk on May 08, 2011 10:42
#15
another tesco rip off
cold
3 Likes #16
Spend 50 quid to "save" 2 quid on a 55 quid fill up. Yeh great,not !
#17
hot
#18
Tesco are cheaper here than Asda, but where I am there's a biodiesel station at £1.18 a litre! Can't beat that!
#19
My local tesco charges the same for unleaded as the Sainsburys nearby's super unleaded, that is without the increase when these so called vouchers are dished out. Admittedly I am an avid clubcard point collector, but never get sucked into a deal like this. Sorry, cold from me
3 Likes #20
My Tesco was cheaper than my local Asda and Sainsburys a few days ago.

What I tend to do is get a voucher near the end of the promotion. Then use it the day before expiry because by then, price is usually dropped back to normal again!
#21
Cold deal, Morrisons is 6p off and Tesco is more expensive all round!
#22
had to say it again RIP OFF :)
#23
what ever happened to that fuel protest on here? anyone know?
#24
I shop at tesco, I fill up at Tesco as they are near me, thanks for the heads up heat added.
#25
is it just for normal unleaded ?
Tesco unleaded is crap.... momentum is the way to go.... (i get nearly 60+ extra miles on a full tank)


Edited By: ispookie666 on May 08, 2011 11:22
#26
Greedy rip-off Tesco. No change there. I live 8 miles away from Sainsburys and it's still cheaper for me to drive there to fill up. Sainsburys £1.28.9 Tesco 1.35.9, and I don't have to go into the shop to spend £50 of my hard earned cash.
#27
Interesting comments.....last week my local Tesco had their fuel prices at 138.8p, this week its gone down 0p and still at 138.9p lol....gutted...

Edited By: StevenA2000_uk on May 08, 2011 11:28
#28
chrisvaldez
Tesco are cheaper here than Asda, but where I am there's a biodiesel station at £1.18 a litre! Can't beat that!


hey can anyone buy biodiesel .. i thought you can only use a 30 percent blend ??
#29
This is as cold as bin ladens body I had one of these vouchers before saved just over £2 an considering more than 10p has gone on a litre in recent months why bother. I'd sooner spend the £50 elsewhere and generally save that money on my spend and find cheaper petrol elsewhere
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can someone explain why all the lorry drivers in this country dont block the ports and borders until the price of petrol goes back to a normal level (80 or 90p per litre max!) as we are being ripped off, we pay more than double the USA at the pumps, (but because we are british we think its cheap when they knock a couple of pence of the price) GET ANGRY AT THIS DAYLIGHT ROBBERY COME ON LORRY DRIVERS DO IT FOR BRITAIN!!!!!!!!!!
#31
Morrisons: £40 - 6p a litre off
Tesco: £50 - 5p a litre off

Morrisons prices = Cheaper
Morrisons petrol prices = Cheaper

Seriously, even if you don't have a Morrisons near you, there are probably other places that will give you much better value for money.

I hope the Tesco Riots in Bristol go Nationwide.
1 Like #32
ritz123
can someone explain why all the lorry drivers in this country dont block the ports and borders until the price of petrol goes back to a normal level (80 or 90p per litre max!) as we are being ripped off, we pay more than double the USA at the pumps, (but because we are british we think its cheap when they knock a couple of pence of the price) GET ANGRY AT THIS DAYLIGHT ROBBERY COME ON LORRY DRIVERS DO IT FOR BRITAIN!!!!!!!!!!


It's a combination of the Government's huge tax levels and the manchester City owners, etc.

Alternative Fuel Sources have been found, it's just they're screwing us over to keep petrol until it runs out.
2 Likes #33
ritz123
can someone explain why all the lorry drivers in this country dont block the ports and borders until the price of petrol goes back to a normal level (80 or 90p per litre max!) as we are being ripped off, we pay more than double the USA at the pumps, (but because we are british we think its cheap when they knock a couple of pence of the price) GET ANGRY AT THIS DAYLIGHT ROBBERY COME ON LORRY DRIVERS DO IT FOR BRITAIN!!!!!!!!!!


ritz why don't you start it yourself, why should lorry drivers lose work & pay for you to benefit?
1 Like #34
burge74
ritz123
can someone explain why all the lorry drivers in this country dont block the ports and borders until the price of petrol goes back to a normal level (80 or 90p per litre max!) as we are being ripped off, we pay more than double the USA at the pumps, (but because we are british we think its cheap when they knock a couple of pence of the price) GET ANGRY AT THIS DAYLIGHT ROBBERY COME ON LORRY DRIVERS DO IT FOR BRITAIN!!!!!!!!!!

ritz why don't you start it yourself, why should lorry drivers lose work & pay for you to benefit?

I would but i dont think my hatchback would block many ports or borders whereas a few lorrys is all it takes to get the job done like they did a few years ago
1 Like #35
oh and it will benefit them most of all.
#36
This is only the amount the fuel should of come down by after the reduction in fuel tax, a reduction that never found its way to the pumps.
And now Tesco want you to spend £50 to get what should already be rightfully yours.
Shame on Tesco. Cold
#37
I haven't bought this this fuel for ages, does it still mess up your car?
#38
ritz123
can someone explain why all the lorry drivers in this country dont block the ports and borders until the price of petrol goes back to a normal level (80 or 90p per litre max!) as we are being ripped off, we pay more than double the USA at the pumps, (but because we are british we think its cheap when they knock a couple of pence of the price) GET ANGRY AT THIS DAYLIGHT ROBBERY COME ON LORRY DRIVERS DO IT FOR BRITAIN!!!!!!!!!!

Simple....I would say that a deal has been struck that either allows companies to get tax relief or to use green diesel.

If you noticed several years ago many lorry drivers took to blockading refineries when it was reaching £1 per litre.....since then nothing....no action, not even a sound from them....an indicator that they have sold their souls to the devil perhaps and struck a deal with the goverment/taxman to make the noise go away and leave us consumers to be put over a barrel and humped dry of the little money we have left after paying every other type of tax, stealth tax, tax on tax etc.


Edited By: StevenA2000_uk on May 08, 2011 12:10
#39
trev69
Greedy rip-off Tesco. No change there. I live 8 miles away from Sainsburys and it's still cheaper for me to drive there to fill up. Sainsburys £1.28.9 Tesco 1.35.9, and I don't have to go into the shop to spend £50 of my hard earned cash.

Nowhere in the country is 128.9. Petrol prices says 132.9 is cheapest.
#40
Cold - oil prices took a nosedive in the last few working days - even future contracts are <$100 currently. Tesco are just capitalising on this for their own gain, by asking you to spend £50 with them. Along with the mandatory charge everyone an extra 2-3p anyway!

Edited By: smokescreen on May 08, 2011 12:33: .

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