Asda fuel prices down 13th Jan - 103.7ppl for unleaded or 110.7ppl for diesel @ Asda - HotUKDeals
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Pretty pathetic drop, after the news yesterday that they are selling petrol for 99.7p per litre at three garages in Birmingham. If a small independent operator can do this I'm certain all our major supermarkets and fuel companies can also.

Edited By: oscarcat on Jan 12, 2015 10:11

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[helper] 10 Likes #1
Pretty pathetic drop, after the news yesterday that they are selling petrol for 99.7p per litre at three garages in Birmingham. If a small independent operator can do this I'm certain all our major supermarkets and fuel companies can also.

Edited By: oscarcat on Jan 12, 2015 10:11
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Still good price compared to some places. Have some heat. We can't all drive up to Birmingham
1 Like #3
oscarcat
Pretty pathetic drop, after the news yesterday that they are selling petrol for 99.7p per litre at three garages in Birmingham. If a small independent operator can do this I'm certain all our major supermarkets and fuel companies can also.

Small? Harvest are a huge company, they provide 10% of the oil the UK uses.
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Also ASDA is the only one that does national pricing, so it has to even out the cost whether its sending it to the top of Scotland or five mins from the refinery.

Always pleased to see a price drop, filling at the weekend so hopefully a couple more pence off by then!

ASDA will get my custom, if it wasn;t for them, we;d still be paying 136p a litre.

Or alternatively I might by a single litre from Shell for 3p more, and run my car for ever
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oddballjamie
oscarcat
Pretty pathetic drop, after the news yesterday that they are selling petrol for 99.7p per litre at three garages in Birmingham. If a small independent operator can do this I'm certain all our major supermarkets and fuel companies can also.

Small? Harvest are a huge company, they provide 10% of the oil the UK uses.

I think he is referring to the drop by the franchis'ee
#6
I tweeted about the Birmingham garages to them earlier. Wonder if they were going to drop it anyway. Let's hope other places follow!
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oddballjamie
oscarcat
Pretty pathetic drop, after the news yesterday that they are selling petrol for 99.7p per litre at three garages in Birmingham. If a small independent operator can do this I'm certain all our major supermarkets and fuel companies can also.

Small? Harvest are a huge company, they provide 10% of the oil the UK uses.

Possibly but the site is run by an independent operator who only owns and operates the three sites,
#8
Fuel near me is still 1.09p and that's the cheapest :(
#9
Tesco cutting prices by 2p from this afternoon for petrol and diesel. Morrisons expected to follow suit along with Sainsbury's.
banned#10
Supermarket fuel is rubbish so the saving is non existent. You'll be running out of fuel quicker so it's a false economy.
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lolyehright
Supermarket fuel is rubbish so the saving is non existent. You'll be running out of fuel quicker so it's a false economy.

how do you work this one out?
#12
ASDA are dropping 2p a litre each time, if they were so keen to drop their prices, wouldn't we see 1p drops more frequently?
#13
krazykizza
ASDA are dropping 2p a litre each time, if they were so keen to drop their prices, wouldn't we see 1p drops more frequently?

2p grabs the headlines more than 1p.
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lolyehright
Supermarket fuel is rubbish so the saving is non existent. You'll be running out of fuel quicker so it's a false economy.
utter poppycock....on what facts do you base your comment?
#15
oddballjamie
krazykizza
ASDA are dropping 2p a litre each time, if they were so keen to drop their prices, wouldn't we see 1p drops more frequently?

2p grabs the headlines more than 1p.
My point exactly.
#16
Harvest fuel stations on A435. Petrol 97.9.
Diesel 102.9. Supermarket ain't doing any favours.
#17
Where is this exactly on the A435?
#18
was 103.7 in wembley asda this morning for petrol.......
#19
jordan210
Fuel near me is still 1.09p and that's the cheapest :(
1.09p?! Wowowowowowowow

_;)
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lolyehright
Supermarket fuel is rubbish so the saving is non existent. You'll be running out of fuel quicker so it's a false economy.


I personally only use Shell Nitro+ these days, The mig just runs that little bit smoother and does a few more mpg IMO.

Saying that there's nothing to argue about here, Each to their own an all that, After all it would be a boring place if we where all the same ;)
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lolyehright
Supermarket fuel is rubbish so the saving is non existent. You'll be running out of fuel quicker so it's a false economy.

Yeah, sure, and Waitrose sells better Coca Cola than Tesco. Troll or real fool?
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lolyehright
Supermarket fuel is rubbish so the saving is non existent. You'll be running out of fuel quicker so it's a false economy.

You've posted 2 deals in 2 years and both went freezing cold. Something says your judgement isn't to be admired! X)
#23
Sainsburys are already £0.002p more expensive in Leicester Fosse Park
#24
Come on asda drop it to under the £ rather than drip feeding us weekly!!!
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oscarcat
Pretty pathetic drop, after the news yesterday that they are selling petrol for 99.7p per litre at three garages in Birmingham. If a small independent operator can do this I'm certain all our major supermarkets and fuel companies can also.

The Harvest garages are charging less for unleaded, but more more for diesel.
They are basically subsidising one with the other to get some publicity.
banned 1 Like #26
gibblesuk
lolyehright
Supermarket fuel is rubbish so the saving is non existent. You'll be running out of fuel quicker so it's a false economy.

how do you work this one out?

He drives an extra 15 miles to buy it cheaper.
1 Like #27
Paid 99.9p FOR DIESEL at Tesco yesterday (albeit using my Clubcard discount). Haven't done that for a long time. New car getting 37mpg too!

Edited By: Besford on Jan 14, 2015 00:47: added
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#29
All supermarket filling stations are to be questioned take a look at morrisons for eg 1 filling station can have a difference of between 3—5p why is this I wonder and it's nothing to do with distance
#30
my local esso is 117 petrol 120 diesel and he wonders why no one uses him
#31
I've got 7p off a litre for Tesco on my clubcard for january and my petrol light is on, loving the petrol drops at the moment!
#32
gibblesuk
lolyehright
Supermarket fuel is rubbish so the saving is non existent. You'll be running out of fuel quicker so it's a false economy.
how do you work this one out?

For me, I ALWAYS either use Shell/Texaco/Esso, and I did a little experiment. Filled with supermarket three times up full, noted mpg, filled with shell three times, noted mpg, same with Texaco and Esso

And I worked out for the price difference it was worth it (for me) to use the premium brands because of the improved mpg. Shell also apparently add in some additives to help protect your engine, and Esso apparently does the same. Now this might all be ****, but I definitely see some difference by buying from a more premium brand. Also, NORMALLY the Esso near me is just 0.2p more expensive than Asda. They've not really put their prices down as of late (when the price wars started) though.
#33
Its time to compaign and lose the point 7 or 9 after the pound and pence. For insanity there is no such thing £1,03.9 just charge £1,04 for flips sake!!!
#34
Billythebubble
Its time to compaign and lose the point 7 or 9 after the pound and pence. For insanity there is no such thing £1,03.9 just charge £1,04 for flips sake!!!

I'd rather the 0.1p or 0.3p less. Every little helps and all that :)

Put in 20 litres, that's a 6p saving - just over what a carrier bag will cost us from October, in England.


Edited By: waqasahmed on Jan 13, 2015 22:38
#35
waqasahmed
Billythebubble
Its time to compaign and lose the point 7 or 9 after the pound and pence. For insanity there is no such thing £1,03.9 just charge £1,04 for flips sake!!!

I'd rather the 0.1p or 0.3p less. Every little helps and all that :)

Small change, I would prefer 97.7 per litre?
#36
Billythebubble
waqasahmed
Billythebubble
Its time to compaign and lose the point 7 or 9 after the pound and pence. For insanity there is no such thing £1,03.9 just charge £1,04 for flips sake!!!
I'd rather the 0.1p or 0.3p less. Every little helps and all that :)
Small change, I would prefer 97.7 per litre?

Oh yeah. Course Id prefer that too! Not worth travelling to the nearest Harvest station to get that though!
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waqasahmed
Billythebubble
waqasahmed
Billythebubble
Its time to compaign and lose the point 7 or 9 after the pound and pence. For insanity there is no such thing £1,03.9 just charge £1,04 for flips sake!!!
I'd rather the 0.1p or 0.3p less. Every little helps and all that :)
Small change, I would prefer 97.7 per litre?

Oh yeah. Course Id prefer that too! Not worth travelling to the nearest Harvest station to get that though!

Very true my friend very true!
#38
Besford
Paid 99.9p at Tesco yesterday (albeit using my Clubcard discount). Haven't done that for a long time. New car getting 37mpg too!

That's not on the motorways,I guess?
#39
waqasahmed
Besford
Paid 99.9p at Tesco yesterday (albeit using my Clubcard discount). Haven't done that for a long time. New car getting 37mpg too!
That's not on the motorways,I guess?
Neither the fuel nor the mileage. I don't think Tesco have stations on the Motorway? X)
1 Like #40
bold_guy
All supermarket filling stations are to be questioned take a look at morrisons for eg 1 filling station can have a difference of between 3—5p why is this I wonder and it's nothing to do with distance

Morrisons and Tesco only drop their prices based on local demand, as I said before had ASDA not started the ball rolling the other supermarkets would still be charging us 136p a litre. Morrisons always seem to be a penny more expensive than the cheapest, I guess its to pay for the points they give you or the convenience factor. I find it hard to judge as my local is near an ASDA and Tesco, but if they're out on their own with only a BP garage for competition, they are never that cheap.

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