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Prices down again from tomorrow, tuesday

Great news for motorists – we’re cutting the price of fuel once again!

From tomorrow (Tuesday January 6th) you’ll pay no more than 105.7p per litre of unleaded or 112.7p per litre of diesel.

That means we’ve cut the price of fuel 14 times since September, taking a total 21ppl off the price of unleaded and 17ppl off the price of diesel.

With oil prices continuing to fall, the new price will be our lowest since January 2010.

And we’re still the only retailer to have a national price cap in place, meaning you know the maximum you’ll pay at any of our 245 filling stations across the country.

How our National Price cap has fallen in the past four months:
Unleaded Diesel
Sunday 28th Sept 126.7ppl 129.7ppl
Tuesday 30th Sept 124.7ppl 128.7ppl
Tuesday 14th Oct 123.7ppl 126.7ppl
Friday 17th Oct 122.7ppl 126.7ppl
Tuesday 28th October 120.7ppl 124.7ppl
Friday 7th November 119.7ppl 123.7ppl
Saturday 29th November 117.7ppl 121.7ppl
Saturday 6th December 115.7ppl 119.7ppl
Wednesday 10th December 114.7ppl 119.7ppl
Saturday 13th December 112.7ppl 118.7ppl
Friday 19th December 110.7ppl 117.7ppl
Wednesday 24th December 109.7ppl 116.7ppl
Thursday 1st January 107.7ppl 114.7ppl
Tuesday 6th January 105.7ppl 112.7ppl
Total 21 pence per litre 17 pence per litre

Petrol trading director Andy Peake said: "As fuel prices continue to drop, Asda once again are leading the way with our fourteenth price cut on fuel since September.

“No matter where customers live, they will benefit from the same fuel price with our national price cap of 105.7ppl for unleaded and 112.7ppl for diesel.”

http://your.asda.com/news-and-blogs/new-year-new-fuel-prices-we-re-cutting-the-cost-of-unleaded-and-diesel-again
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32 Likes
From tomorrow on petrol.
Duty is 57.95p
Vat is 17.62p

They are finding, drilling, refining and transporting to my local heated and lit fuel station for just over 30p a litre. Truly amazing.
24 Likes
Would be good if we could see a reduction in food prices etc to reflect the reduced transport costs too.
17 Likes
bebo83
I tanked up before Christmas when it was 1.17 and its still full. oh well.

Do you still have the receipt? Take it back
[helper] 14 Likes
I take my hat off to Asda. It seems like they are the only ones that are ever willing to reduce the price of fuel; then the rest follow.
13 Likes
verysleepy
Would be good if we could see a reduction in food prices etc to reflect the reduced transport costs too.

We have...4 double deckers are now 92p at Asda....nice

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32 Likes #1
From tomorrow on petrol.
Duty is 57.95p
Vat is 17.62p

They are finding, drilling, refining and transporting to my local heated and lit fuel station for just over 30p a litre. Truly amazing.
24 Likes #2
Would be good if we could see a reduction in food prices etc to reflect the reduced transport costs too.
#3
Ta OP.
banned#4
YAYYYYY.

Why dont the other supermarkets follow ASDA's suit and be teh first to reduce prices on Fuel. I shop in ASDA becasue I go there to fill up my tank. They should also pass on the savings they make on food transportation to the customer also.
3 Likes #5
why doesn't the government reduce fuel duty and sort out the country
[helper] 14 Likes #6
I take my hat off to Asda. It seems like they are the only ones that are ever willing to reduce the price of fuel; then the rest follow.
#7
What opinions do ppl have on which supermarket fuel offers the best value and which do not?
banned#8
Only ASDA seem to be the ones reducing the price of fuel, the rest simply follow
5 Likes #9
srp111
why doesn't the government reduce fuel duty and sort out the country
How would that "sort out" the country? How would they replace the lost revenue - borrow even more?
13 Likes #10
verysleepy
Would be good if we could see a reduction in food prices etc to reflect the reduced transport costs too.

We have...4 double deckers are now 92p at Asda....nice
#11
verysleepy
Would be good if we could see a reduction in food prices etc to reflect the reduced transport costs too.

They just have done!
Iv created a thread but I don't know how to put it here as a link to show you.
I'm shocked with Asda. No wonder they said 2015 is going to be hard.
Our asda Was really busy and the till lady asked me if it's Christmas again.
#12
I tanked up before Christmas when it was 1.17 and its still full. oh well.
#13
verysleepy
Would be good if we could see a reduction in food prices etc to reflect the reduced transport costs too.
eggs and milk have dropped in price, sugar too
1 Like #14
it would be nice if diesel was the same price as petrol or cheaper than petrol like it use to be.
2 Likes #15
Why not just drop petrol and diesel prices to 99p?
#16
Blimey. How long until it goes sub-£1?
#17
bebo83
I tanked up before Christmas when it was 1.17 and its still full. oh well.
You obviously don't have kids then!
17 Likes #18
bebo83
I tanked up before Christmas when it was 1.17 and its still full. oh well.

Do you still have the receipt? Take it back
[helper]#20
Still not as good as todays Hottest deal
"JET (galston) 102.9 for petrol and 109.9 for diesel"
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/jet-galston-102-9-for-petrol-109-9-for-diesel-2108394

Edited By: oscarcat on Jan 05, 2015 12:55
3 Likes #21
I wouldn't trust supermarket diesel, it ruins engines!
#22
oscarcat
Still not as good as todays Hottest deal
"JET (galston) 102.9 for petrol and 109.9 for diesel"
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/jet-galston-102-9-for-petrol-109-9-for-diesel-2108394
Imo on average it's much better. The cost of me getting to Galston is not worth the 3p cheaper.
Thanks to Asda fuel cap I am guaranteed making this trip it will be this price. Where's with that one finding my local Jet does not confirm this.

Heated.
5 Likes #23
applebyJedi
I wouldn't trust supermarket diesel, it ruins engines!


I also think the earth is flat!

And lizards run the world!
banned#24
srp111
why doesn't the government reduce fuel duty and sort out the country

People aren't going to go out and drive extra miles. People will still buy fuel if it was £5/l
5 Likes #25
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applebyJedi
I wouldn't trust supermarket diesel, it ruins engines!


I bet you are that type who drinks Evian istead of Still water...
Don't fill up there then, at least one car less in the queue ;)
1 Like #26
bebo83
verysleepy
Would be good if we could see a reduction in food prices etc to reflect the reduced transport costs too.
eggs and milk have dropped in price, sugar too
Not if Jamie oliver gets hie way he wants to tax sugar
4 Likes #27
I personally prefer Apple Petrol, not this Supermarket Junk.

You get what you pay for.
[helper]#28
Mw9247xxGaming
oscarcat
Still not as good as todays Hottest deal
"JET (galston) 102.9 for petrol and 109.9 for diesel"
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/jet-galston-102-9-for-petrol-109-9-for-diesel-2108394
Imo on average it's much better. The cost of me getting to Galston is not worth the 3p cheaper.
Thanks to Asda fuel cap I am guaranteed making this trip it will be this price. Where's with that one finding my local Jet does not confirm this.

Heated.

You miss the point if Jet can sell it cheaper elsewhere, so can Asda. we are still being ripped off by these big companies, 2p reduction again ( thou better than nothing) is nothing to get excited about, when it should in fact be a bigger reduction.
1 Like #29
hotmik
verysleepy
Would be good if we could see a reduction in food prices etc to reflect the reduced transport costs too.
We have...4 double deckers are now 92p at Asda....nice
That's cheap. Boris is paying about £350k each!.
http://www.mayorwatch.co.uk/tfl-reveals-cost-of-new-bus-for-london-fleet/
1 Like #30
applebyJedi
I wouldn't trust supermarket diesel, it ruins engines!

Over 45000 miles driven in a single car I only used supermarket diesel when I was desperate. On every occasion I received 50 - 60 miles to a tank less than I did with Shell. That enough is why I tried not to buy super market diesel. If you do some research though there is plenty of evidence of the amount of bio-ethanol added to supermarket diesel ruining fuel filter and pumps. I just don't think the chance is worth it.

On the flip side there seems to be no difference between supermarket petrol and no supermarket brands. In fact I also run a mazda 2 petrol and find no difference whatsoever.
1 Like #31
srp111
why doesn't the government reduce fuel duty and sort out the country

If anything with the drop in fuel price, duty will go up. The government is currently missing out on an extra couple of quid with every fill up.
#32

Would it take 4 months to add 21p back on if barrel prices increased ?
#33
musicals
bebo83
I tanked up before Christmas when it was 1.17 and its still full. oh well.
You obviously don't have kids then!
I do! 3. I normally have the school run and after school activities. But spent most holidays at home. But I normally get through £30-£40 a month.
#34
a great price but asda seam 2 do a lower grade of fuel i get 75 miles less on a full tank of petrol or is that my bad driving stile lol
#35
aliboy86
a great price but asda seam 2 do a lower grade of fuel i get 75 miles less on a full tank of petrol or is that my bad driving stile lol

all fuel is the same its just the additives that are different
#36
The price may not go down again, as the pound is being dragged down with the Euro.

So whilst the cost of oil is falling, the price to the UK is actually rising.

If the pound recovers, then another cut should be on the table.
4 Likes #37
If you scan your clubcard 3x times you get Tesco Finest Petrol which adds 10mpg
1 Like #38
aliboy86
a great price but asda seam 2 do a lower grade of fuel i get 75 miles less on a full tank of petrol or is that my bad driving stile lol

With 75 miles difference I'd say either your car is buggered or Asda is at the bottom of a very deep valley.
#39
Hats off to Asda for this although the quality of their fuel isn't really up with the big boys.
#40
applebyJedi
I wouldn't trust supermarket diesel, it ruins engines!

Sorry mate that argument doesn't wash anymore, a friend of a friend works for Shell and was telling me it's like 0.1 difference from shell to sainsburys and modern engines wouldn't know the difference...He said the only fuel to make a difference is the VPower, but you pay extra for it.

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