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Asda diesel 128.7p per litre £1.29

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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
Asda diesel - Ballyclare Northern Ireland. Possible misprice at 128.7p per litre for diesel AT PUMP. States 131.7p on sign but 128.7p at pump. That's the Petrol price for diesel. See receipt for confirmation - think this might expire soon!
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banned#1
Nice one, wish we could fill up there!
#2
Local edinburgh esso was 128 for diesel yesterday whilst neighbouring stations were 135 ?
banned 1 Like #3
hope you drank some with your Hooray mates ;-)
#4
hmm that will cost me £128 to fill my car instead of £131 WOW .....I might treat myself to some............pringles!!!
banned 1 Like #5
Save the pennies - save the pounds.

You probs got a massive house deposit to save up for, don't scorn when you get a chance to save some dough?
1 Like #6
If you're that desperate send me you paypal address and I'll give you the difference.... (_;)
#7
sanchino
hmm that will cost me £128 to fill my car instead of £131 WOW .....I might treat myself to some............pringles!!!


I'm glad it's just not me who thinks saving a few pence per litre isn't a big deal!
#8
JamesStephens93
sanchino
hmm that will cost me £128 to fill my car instead of £131 WOW .....I might treat myself to some............pringles!!!

I'm glad it's just not me who thinks saving a few pence per litre isn't a big deal!

But if you do some miles and fill up once or twice a week that could be £150-£300 odd quid a year saving!

Edited By: djvrs on Jul 21, 2014 12:24
1 Like #9
cold, diesel should be banned. Or taxed far, far higher. Dirty stuff.
2 Likes #10
robertoegg
cold, diesel should be banned. Or taxed far, far higher. Dirty stuff.

Newer diesel cars have cleaner emissions than their petrol counterparts, hence the cheaper tax disc on them.

£20 on my diesel Focus.
2 Likes #11
Some people should be taxed for being stupid!!!
#12
Biker Jeff
robertoegg
cold, diesel should be banned. Or taxed far, far higher. Dirty stuff.

Newer diesel cars have cleaner emissions than their petrol counterparts, hence the cheaper tax disc on them.

£20 on my diesel Focus.

Ever sat behind someone in a diesel who's missed 2nd gear and gone into 4th? My poor clean car...
#13
robertoegg
cold, diesel should be banned. Or taxed far, far higher. Dirty stuff.

I would still have a diesel car due to the miles you get from them. I get around 30MPG on my 2012 Focus. Looking at the new diesel cars, i.e fiesta, you're getting around 70MPG.

On a side note, nice price. If only it was as cheap as petrol. Only some weeks ago, petrol was 124p/L in my area!

Edited By: M0nk3h on Jul 21, 2014 12:53
1 Like #14
Bossworld
Biker Jeff
robertoegg
cold, diesel should be banned. Or taxed far, far higher. Dirty stuff.

Newer diesel cars have cleaner emissions than their petrol counterparts, hence the cheaper tax disc on them.

£20 on my diesel Focus.

Ever sat behind someone in a diesel who's missed 2nd gear and gone into 4th? My poor clean car...

Yes and I have been sat behind someone whilst they turn on their water screen jets - that need adjustment, that end up blowing over their roof into my open window. My poor eyes ! Was it you??? :p

Edited By: Holte_ender on Jul 21, 2014 13:07
2 Likes #15
JamesStephens93
sanchino
hmm that will cost me £128 to fill my car instead of £131 WOW .....I might treat myself to some............pringles!!!

I'm glad it's just not me who thinks saving a few pence per litre isn't a big deal!
When I read the post, it appeared more to me that somebody was using the opportunity to tell us how big their car is rather than any cost issues.
1 Like #16
robertoegg
cold, diesel should be banned. Or taxed far, far higher. Dirty stuff.


Plus it's all over the road.
#17
131.7 in edinburgh, oh well. moved to a fuel card now and get fuel for less than supermarket pricing everyweek (well apart from this one lol)
#18
HondaLad
robertoegg
cold, diesel should be banned. Or taxed far, far higher. Dirty stuff.


Plus it's all over the road.


thats from HGV's not cars
#19
Bumnut53
HondaLad
robertoegg
cold, diesel should be banned. Or taxed far, far higher. Dirty stuff.


Plus it's all over the road.


thats from HGV's not cars


Oh that's fine then.
#20
This deal is actually funny, not a big saver
#21
I have a hunch that fuel prices will continue to fall between now and next May....

Edited By: Munzy123 on Jul 21, 2014 15:45
#22
not good diesel poor quality!!!
#23
Biker Jeff
robertoegg
cold, diesel should be banned. Or taxed far, far higher. Dirty stuff.

Newer diesel cars have cleaner emissions than their petrol counterparts, hence the cheaper tax disc on them.

£20 on my diesel Focus.

So the government say,,,and they're never wrong, right?

oops:

Diesel fumes are significantly more damaging to health than those from petrol engines, according to research which shows that related air pollution contributes to lung disease, heart attacks, asthma and other respiratory problems.

The findings, published by the Department for Energy and Climate Change, are an embarrassment for successive governments, which have encouraged a switch to diesel since 2001 by linking road and company car tax to CO2 emissions. Diesel engines have been billed as "green" by car makers, governments and environmental groups because they are more fuel-efficient and emit less CO2 than petrol. Vehicles with low fuel economy and high CO2 emissions are further penalised by higher fuel duty tax, while diesels with the lowest CO2 emissions are not subject to road tax or congestion charges. Insurance premiums are also affected by cars' CO2 status. Last year diesel car sales overtook those of petrol-fuelled cars for the first time. Petrol car sales are now 15% lower than in 2011.

The government accepts that air pollution from all sources contributes to about 30,000 deaths a year in Britain. But the research estimates that diesel-related health problems cost the NHS more than 10 times as much as comparable problems caused by petrol fumes. Last year the UN's World Health Organisation declared that diesel exhaust caused cancer and was comparable in its effects to secondary cigarette smoking.
1 Like #24
Thank you for sharing this deal. Thought this was the whole point of this site?????
banned#25
Munzy123
I have a hunch that fuel prices will continue to fall between now and next May....

should I wait till next May then?
3 Likes #26
Its a deal.......why all the rubbish comments ? you lot need to learn what this site is about....its about people KINDLY using their time to post what is hopefully a deal for some or maybe all....your stupid comments about windscreen washers etc are a waste of space...Grow up or take your talentless comments elsewhere...
#27
Bossworld
Biker Jeff
robertoegg
cold, diesel should be banned. Or taxed far, far higher. Dirty stuff.

Newer diesel cars have cleaner emissions than their petrol counterparts, hence the cheaper tax disc on them.

£20 on my diesel Focus.

Ever sat behind someone in a diesel who's missed 2nd gear and gone into 4th? My poor clean car...

Poor diesel. It's not his fault people can't drive.
#28
Biker Jeff
robertoegg
cold, diesel should be banned. Or taxed far, far higher. Dirty stuff.

Newer diesel cars have cleaner emissions than their petrol counterparts, hence the cheaper tax disc on them.

£20 on my diesel Focus.

You are correct as far as CO2 goes but Diesel's produce a lot more of other nasty stuff like NOx and Hydrocarbons. Government has only just realised this and you can expect tax on Diesel's to go up over time.
#29
mikemann6969
Some people should be taxed for being stupid!!!


Indeed
#30
Luckily I don't have to worry about fuel price increase . Thanks to my new toys which gives me 80 to 95 miles when fully charged. Which cost me £3.50 or less . My electricity unit price fixed for a year, road tax cost nothing. Most charging points are free. Driving Edinburgh to Leeds for free.
#31
JamesStephens93
sanchino
hmm that will cost me £128 to fill my car instead of £131 WOW .....I might treat myself to some............pringles!!!

I'm glad it's just not me who thinks saving a few pence per litre isn't a big deal!

and thats partly what the petrol companies love, customers who don't care about a few pence per litre....£3 saving here, multiply that by say and lets be light on the figures, 20,000 people per day? thats £60,000 a day more they're making from you and I......as for yourselves as someone else pointed out - £3 a fill saving, multiply that by say 40 fills a year thats £120......if someone said to you every xmas here's £120 for nothing, would you turn it down? just curious :-)

nice spot OP
#32
seatzie
JamesStephens93
sanchino
hmm that will cost me £128 to fill my car instead of £131 WOW .....I might treat myself to some............pringles!!!

I'm glad it's just not me who thinks saving a few pence per litre isn't a big deal!

and thats partly what the petrol companies love, customers who don't care about a few pence per litre....£3 saving here, multiply that by say and lets be light on the figures, 20,000 people per day? thats £60,000 a day more they're making from you and I......as for yourselves as someone else pointed out - £3 a fill saving, multiply that by say 40 fills a year thats £120......if someone said to you every xmas here's £120 for nothing, would you turn it down? just curious :-)

nice spot OP

In order to save that £120, you would need to spend £131 x 40 a year, which equals an average of just over £100 per week on petrol. Yes, you may spend that a week on petrol, but then you need to account for the fact you'd need to travel to the place which offers the 3p per litre saving! The effort is not worth the saving in my eyes!
#33
djvrs
JamesStephens93
sanchino
hmm that will cost me £128 to fill my car instead of £131 WOW .....I might treat myself to some............pringles!!!

I'm glad it's just not me who thinks saving a few pence per litre isn't a big deal!

But if you do some miles and fill up once or twice a week that could be £150-£300 odd quid a year saving!

You'd need to spend just over £125 a week on petrol to get a £150 annual saving, and just over £250 a week to save £300 a year. Plus you need to account for travelling to the place which gives you that offer, so it's just not worth in my opinion.
#34
spock1958
JamesStephens93
sanchino
hmm that will cost me £128 to fill my car instead of £131 WOW .....I might treat myself to some............pringles!!!

I'm glad it's just not me who thinks saving a few pence per litre isn't a big deal!
When I read the post, it appeared more to me that somebody was using the opportunity to tell us how big their car is rather than any cost issues.

I'm a student and I drive a Peugeot 206 :) Tesco Fuel Save annoys me the most: you have to spend a fair amount in the supermarket to save a good amount of petrol. Instead, shop at a cheaper supermarket and save more! Common sense!
#35
Can't believe how much people moan on this site. If you don't wan't to save, why are you here??? I wish all I had to moan about was not being bothered about saving money. But then again, I must live in the real world.
Great deal OP x
#36
hocka
Can't believe how much people moan on this site. If you don't wan't to save, why are you here??? I wish all I had to moan about was not being bothered about saving money. But then again, I must live in the real world.
Great deal OP x

I want to save! But this deal isn't saving!
#37
JamesStephens93
seatzie
JamesStephens93
sanchino
hmm that will cost me £128 to fill my car instead of £131 WOW .....I might treat myself to some............pringles!!!

I'm glad it's just not me who thinks saving a few pence per litre isn't a big deal!

and thats partly what the petrol companies love, customers who don't care about a few pence per litre....£3 saving here, multiply that by say and lets be light on the figures, 20,000 people per day? thats £60,000 a day more they're making from you and I......as for yourselves as someone else pointed out - £3 a fill saving, multiply that by say 40 fills a year thats £120......if someone said to you every xmas here's £120 for nothing, would you turn it down? just curious :-)

nice spot OP

In order to save that £120, you would need to spend £131 x 40 a year, which equals an average of just over £100 per week on petrol. Yes, you may spend that a week on petrol, but then you need to account for the fact you'd need to travel to the place which offers the 3p per litre saving! The effort is not worth the saving in my eyes!

well.....obviously travelling miles to buy it 3p a litre cheaper doesn't make sense.....and I was using the £131 figure because someone earlier said thats what they spend and £3 wasn't worth it to them.......but if you're near an Asda on route to wherever....worth considering obviously not everyone will be
#38
Still 131.7 at my local Asda.
#39
warweezil
Still 131.7 at my local Asda.

and still dirty :)

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