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Asda to cut fuel to 110.7p for unleaded and 112.7p for Diesel

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Tesco and Asda are cutting fuel prices at hundreds of filling stations across the UK. Asda said it was capping the cost of petrol at 110.7p per litre and diesel at 112.7p at its 294 stations from T…
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Tesco and Asda are cutting fuel prices at hundreds of filling stations across the UK.

Asda said it was capping the cost of petrol at 110.7p per litre and diesel at 112.7p at its 294 stations from Tuesday.

Tesco, Britain's biggest supermarket, said it was cutting petrol and diesel prices by up to 3p per litre at all of its 500 filling stations on Monday afternoon.
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scott_safc
djh1975
I've stopped using Asda for petrol, a few people I know have told me the fuel from Asda disappears quicker than other suppliers.
I drive an older car and the mechanic I use when needed (very trust worthy bloke, known him years been a mechanic all his life) has told me never to use any of the supermarket brands fuel...

I've known this Astronaut guy for years (very trustworthy), anyway he insists that I don't use supermarket Dilithium Crystals it puts tremendous strain on the Warp Engines.

Edited By: haritori on Nov 14, 2016 21:02: She Just Cannie Take It
30 Likes
bruntz1972
tesco fuel no thx I'll pay a bit more for proper fuel

https://media.giphy.com/media/1014RBn4HVSTK/giphy.gif
28 Likes
Phew, didn't have time to fill up my tank this morning, will save £1.68 tomorrow...
28 Likes
bruntz1972
tesco fuel no thx I'll pay a bit more for proper fuel

My brother has delivered for both Shell/BB & Esso & he said it all comes from the same tanks.
27 Likes
scott_safc
djh1975
I've stopped using Asda for petrol, a few people I know have told me the fuel from Asda disappears quicker than other suppliers.
I drive an older car and the mechanic I use when needed (very trust worthy bloke, known him years been a mechanic all his life) has told me never to use any of the supermarket brands fuel...


​I'm also a mechanic and although I prefer not to use supermarket fuel I still do. There have been no studies to prove that long term use of one brand of fuel over another improves engine life, performance, or mpg. The problem is the brands don't tell us what additives they include and whether they are beneficial to; older or newer engines, conservative drivers, boy racers, professional drivers, regularly serviced, rarely serviced, short or long journeys etc etc. The additives could be snake oil, literally! As a mechanic it's very difficult to prove that an internal engine fault is the cause of supermarket fuel or the additives supposedly included in premium fuels.

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28 Likes #1
Phew, didn't have time to fill up my tank this morning, will save £1.68 tomorrow...
6 Likes #2
Expect Morrisons to follow like a Sheep
8 Likes #3
senukas
Phew, didn't have time to fill up my tank this morning, will save £1.68 tomorrow...


​Lucky you I've just blown an extra £1.68 oO
13 Likes #4
Sharpharp
Expect Morrisons to follow like a Sheep
You say that like its a bad thing?
11 Likes #5
julieallen
Sharpharp
Expect Morrisons to follow like a Sheep
You say that like its a bad thing?

It is a bad thing, Morrisons never ever reduce their fuel prices first, they only reluctantly follow when Asda/Sainsburys have reduced first.
6 Likes #6
Sharpharp
julieallen
Sharpharp
Expect Morrisons to follow like a Sheep
You say that like its a bad thing?
It is a bad thing, Morrisons never ever reduce their fuel prices first, they only reluctantly follow when Asda/Sainsburys have reduced first.[/quote
Sharpharp
julieallen
[quote=Sharpharp] Expect Morrisons to follow like a Sheep
You say that like its a bad thing?
It is a bad thing, Morrisons never ever reduce their fuel prices first, they only reluctantly follow when Asda/Sainsburys have reduced first.

So they price match like 100's of other retailers not sure why thats bad, its saving money. You post amazon deals, they price match, often reducing prices after argos or tesco do, how is that any different?
9 Likes #7
Three cheers for Asda.
They are always the first to break rank.
11 Likes #8
julieallen
Sharpharp
julieallen
Sharpharp
Expect Morrisons to follow like a Sheep
You say that like its a bad thing?
It is a bad thing, Morrisons never ever reduce their fuel prices first, they only reluctantly follow when Asda/Sainsburys have reduced first.[/quote
Sharpharp
julieallen
[quote=Sharpharp] Expect Morrisons to follow like a Sheep
You say that like its a bad thing?
It is a bad thing, Morrisons never ever reduce their fuel prices first, they only reluctantly follow when Asda/Sainsburys have reduced first.
So they price match like 100's of other retailers not sure why thats bad, its saving money. You post amazon deals, they price match, often reducing prices after argos or tesco do, how is that any different?

In terms of this deal which is about "Fuel", Morrisons never take the initiative to reduce their price first.
Which part of this statement don't you get? :3 -The clue is in the bold part if you don't twig
1 Like #9
I've stopped using Asda for petrol, a few people I know have told me the fuel from Asda disappears quicker than other suppliers.
4 Likes #10
Sharpharp
julieallen
Sharpharp
julieallen
Sharpharp
Expect Morrisons to follow like a Sheep
You say that like its a bad thing?
It is a bad thing, Morrisons never ever reduce their fuel prices first, they only reluctantly follow when Asda/Sainsburys have reduced first.[/quote
Sharpharp
julieallen
[quote=Sharpharp] Expect Morrisons to follow like a Sheep
You say that like its a bad thing?
It is a bad thing, Morrisons never ever reduce their fuel prices first, they only reluctantly follow when Asda/Sainsburys have reduced first.
So they price match like 100's of other retailers not sure why thats bad, its saving money. You post amazon deals, they price match, often reducing prices after argos or tesco do, how is that any different?

In terms of this deal which is about "Fuel", Morrisons never take the initiative to reduce their price first.
Which part of this statement don't you get? :3 -The clue is in the bold part if you don't twig


​Not true http://www.briefreport.co.uk/news/morrisons-leads-the-way-for-bank-holiday-fuel-cut-1687340.html

Their fruit and veg is so poor though you might be able to harness enough biogas from what goes in the bin to supplement your fuel bills!
13 Likes #11
The price should drop,
in the last month the oil price has dropped $6 a barrel.
They act like there doing us a favor.

Edited By: tomcat2 on Nov 14, 2016 16:07
12 Likes #12
djh1975
I've stopped using Asda for petrol, a few people I know have told me the fuel from Asda disappears quicker than other suppliers.

It does if you travel further to Asda buy it.
#13
cheers for the heads up Craig!
banned 2 Likes #14
tesco fuel no thx I'll pay a bit more for proper fuel
#15
djh1975
I've stopped using Asda for petrol, a few people I know have told me the fuel from Asda disappears quicker than other suppliers.
I drive an older car and the mechanic I use when needed (very trust worthy bloke, known him years been a mechanic all his life) has told me never to use any of the supermarket brands fuel...

Edited By: scott_safc on Nov 14, 2016 16:19
4 Likes #16
Goddam Brexit! oh.... wait
30 Likes #17
bruntz1972
tesco fuel no thx I'll pay a bit more for proper fuel

https://media.giphy.com/media/1014RBn4HVSTK/giphy.gif
2 Likes #18
This is good if you use supermarket or not as it drives the general price down.

Always seems to be the day after I fill my car.
27 Likes #19
scott_safc
djh1975
I've stopped using Asda for petrol, a few people I know have told me the fuel from Asda disappears quicker than other suppliers.
I drive an older car and the mechanic I use when needed (very trust worthy bloke, known him years been a mechanic all his life) has told me never to use any of the supermarket brands fuel...


​I'm also a mechanic and although I prefer not to use supermarket fuel I still do. There have been no studies to prove that long term use of one brand of fuel over another improves engine life, performance, or mpg. The problem is the brands don't tell us what additives they include and whether they are beneficial to; older or newer engines, conservative drivers, boy racers, professional drivers, regularly serviced, rarely serviced, short or long journeys etc etc. The additives could be snake oil, literally! As a mechanic it's very difficult to prove that an internal engine fault is the cause of supermarket fuel or the additives supposedly included in premium fuels.
28 Likes #20
bruntz1972
tesco fuel no thx I'll pay a bit more for proper fuel

My brother has delivered for both Shell/BB & Esso & he said it all comes from the same tanks.
2 Likes #21
haritori
Goddam Brexit! oh.... wait
More like Trump in this case.
63 Likes #22
scott_safc
djh1975
I've stopped using Asda for petrol, a few people I know have told me the fuel from Asda disappears quicker than other suppliers.
I drive an older car and the mechanic I use when needed (very trust worthy bloke, known him years been a mechanic all his life) has told me never to use any of the supermarket brands fuel...

I've known this Astronaut guy for years (very trustworthy), anyway he insists that I don't use supermarket Dilithium Crystals it puts tremendous strain on the Warp Engines.

Edited By: haritori on Nov 14, 2016 21:02: She Just Cannie Take It
3 Likes #23
Cheers Trump!
#24
tesco has followed suite
2 Likes #25
Asda fuel! New EGR valves all round!
5 Likes #26
Some really good bargains about since brexit and fuel is coming down in price. Best thing the uk ever did was get out.
1 Like #27
I am trying to get excited about this oO
#28
fantastic news a step in the right direction
#29
Sainsbury's is the only petrol station near me. Any news on them? I'll probably drive past tomorrow morning anyway
7 Likes #30
bruntz1972
tesco fuel no thx I'll pay a bit more for proper fuel


Yeah, I totally agree. The Tesco fuel refineries are horrific. Apparently, they use a mix of milk that they haven't sold mixed with out of date squash to extend the fuel.
In all seriousness though, all fuel comes from the same refineries dependant on where you live in the country. All the fuel is the same, it's only the additives that are different, and ultimately, although the supermarkets can cut back on the quality of the additive, it still has to meet and pass quality control and EU standards.
5 Likes #31
tomcat2
The price should drop,
in the last month the oil price has dropped $6 a barrel.
They act like there doing us a favor.


Totally agree! Forget the fact that the delay in reducing their sale price of fuel for a few days has made them millions by overcharging customers. To be fair though, they never make that mistake when the cost of fuel rises............
#32
Sharpharp
Expect Morrisons to follow like a Sheep


Why single out Morrisons? What about Shell, Esso, Texaco and the like? When did they ever reduce their prices first?
#33
THANK YOU ASDA.
I WAS WORRIED AFTER BREXIT ;)
#34
This is great - I fill my car up using Tesco Momentum and it's much cheaper than Shell Vpower. My last fuel up went into the £60 mark instead of under £58 so saving a few quid if the price of momentum comes down will be great.
#35
If they all come from the same tanks what about the premium fuels with additives?
#36
themanlikesasha
This is great - I fill my car up using Tesco Momentum and it's much cheaper than Shell Vpower. My last fuel up went into the £60 mark instead of under £58 so saving a few quid if the price of momentum comes down will be great.
It's cheaper because it's not as good. I get the same MPG from normal Shell 95 as Tesco Momentum.
#37
taken their time doing this, oil is down 10% over the past few weeks.i expected it to fall further tbh, should be another 2p off.
morrisons by me has not risen above 111.5/113.5 so it's only a 0.8p a litre reduction from asda as far as I'm concerned.
#38
About time for a brexit price war
1 Like #39
Ahhh Asda and their famous roll-back prices. They have rolled back 4 weeks.
16 Likes #40
POWYSWALES
Some really good bargains about since brexit and fuel is coming down in price. Best thing the uk ever did was get out.
fuel has consistently risen since the Brexit vote, it's fallen slightly now due to the $ falling in the wake of America electing a Muppett, but is still 8-10p dearer than pre Referendum

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