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ASDA Petrol as low as (79.9p with Asda Credit card) or 81.9p

Just was coming down the A13 and went to the Beckton ASDA to find the petrol is down to 81.9p, and as I like many have took the Asda credit card, the Petrol is only 79.9p!!

Been waiting for a while for it to get to under 80p!
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#1
84.9 in newcastle still
#2
and diesel...???
#3
Bought two lots of Asda petrol today - Carlisle was 82.9p, yet High Wycombe (Bucks) was 83.9p per litre, which was a touch annoying, especially if they're down to 81.9p elsewhere!
#4
84.9 in Wakefield aslo
#5
Good for you unleaded drivers. Now how about us diesel users. Still 97.9 where I am.

Still heated as any reduction in price of this commodity is something worth plugging
#6
Hope that fuel prices come down in all areas so we can all benefit.
HOT
#7
someone told me that supermarket fuel is inferior to Shell/BPetc and is not good for the car;-);-)
#8
Look forward to the posts in 2 days time about £78.9p... then 77.9p... etc etc.
#9
With petrol prices like this (and they will fall further) it is a very good time to pick up a bargain 4 x 4 whos price's are very suppressed these days. :roll:
#10
musicman
Ive no problem with diesel drivers being charged more.

Although diesel is a more crude product and less refined than petrol as well as producing less CO2, diesel powered vehicles produce far more polluting toxic emissions that us pedestrians have to breathe in.


I guess us motorists will just have to put up with all that CO2 you emitting through respiration and walking then.
#11
81.9 in Milton Keynes
#12
musicman
Ive no problem with diesel drivers being charged more.

Although diesel is a more crude product and less refined than petrol as well as producing less CO2, diesel powered vehicles produce far more polluting toxic emissions that us pedestrians have to breathe in.


Thank you for telling me you have no problems. I will sleep so much better this evening.
#13
Babbler
Look forward to the posts in 2 days time about £78.9p... then 77.9p... etc etc.


I REALLY hope so :)
#14
Wonder how long it will be before oil prices start going back up again...

Anyway good deal, I have an asda CC that i only use for petrol and the occasional shop at asda also if the purchase is over £100 i use it for the protection you get. Pay it off every month, Im pretty sure Asda/GE money hate people like me.
#15
everytime there's new petrol prices there's always debates, credit cards, clubcards, petrol isnt good as shell etc, the only valid point that i have is go to the one is that is most conveinient on your travels and one that is cheap, it makes me laugh when people go further for cheaper petrol forgetting it actually costs to get there.
#16
harrythedog
someone told me that supermarket fuel is inferior to Shell/BPetc and is not good for the car;-);-)



someone told me father christmas is actually real !!
#17
Hot from me tho I wish posters would name the diesel price at the same time. It's not that difficult !
#18
God I love these cheap petrol price threads :roll:
#19
lets hope all the supermarkets drive the prices below 80p. Never thought this would happen 6 mnths ago
banned#20
harrythedog
someone told me that supermarket fuel is inferior to Shell/BPetc and is not good for the car;-);-)


Someone told me the was a fat man that wears Red brings presents down the chimney at Xmas. :thumbsup:

Sorry couldnt resist. i'm not sure if that rumour i true coz most supermarkets get from them guys anyway. whatever the trurth the SM bringing prices down no doubt forces the oil companies to do the same.
#21
i prefer it when petrol prices are high.

keeps all the scum off the road , specially all the untaxed uninsured drivers !
#22
tallpete33
Hot from me tho I wish posters would name the diesel price at the same time. It's not that difficult !


If the OP is anything like me he/she probably pays no attention to diesel prices at all. Can't remember the last time I even read a diesel price at the pumps.
Was quite happy to fill up with Super Unleaded for 89.9 at Tescos yesterday seems like only a few minutes ago it was 30p+/l more :thumbsup:

Lets see how long this all lasts then..
#23
mrluke
i prefer it when petrol prices are high.

keeps all the scum off the road , specially all the untaxed uninsured drivers !


Troll much?

Surely it effects the untaxed an uninsured the least as they aren't paying for the rest of it?

Anyhow I don't think it's quite clear cut like that... :whistling:
#24
sorry haven't got the diesel price.. Didn't check it.
#25
nice ....heat and rep added
#26
musicman;3932361
Ive no problem with diesel drivers being charged more.

Although diesel is a more crude product and less refined than petrol as well as producing less CO2, diesel powered vehicles produce far more polluting toxic emissions that us pedestrians have to breathe in.



ermmm I dont usually respond to these but you are incorrect on a number of points. In terms of degrees of refining, Low Sulphur Diesel takes a lot more refining processes and higher temperatures to obtain. Further, Diesel vehicles are increasingly more and more cleaner with each few years passing - for example, medium and large commercial vehicles are now produced to Euro5 standard which in effect means the air coming out is freer of particulates than that going in!

I am no expert but it doesnt help when we all make such sweeping statements. As a company car driver, we all know the real reason for the disparity is the fact that company drivers adopted diesel to reduce taxation so the government recoups this at the pump. This is also bourne out by the random addition of the 3% levy on diesel for CO2 assessment as diesel produce significantly less.

I know what you are trying to say in your statement, but I think its a little harsh to point a finger at one group rather than road users and carbon emissions in general.
#27
harrythedog;3932339
someone told me that supermarket fuel is inferior to Shell/BPetc and is not good for the car;-);-)


It's true, ever seen the colour of supermarket diesel vs shell diesel ?
#28
Also found this from May 2008 but its quite useful info on diesel vs petrol

http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/diesel-vs-petrol
#29
Cyrus;3934074
It's true, ever seen the colour of supermarket diesel vs shell diesel ?


Is that for the 'basic' version? I have often wondered if the 'Advanced' brands are worth the extra? Do they really give better performance, look after your engine better or give more miles?

Also, if Supermarket fuels can be damaging, can we all take a class action against them for damage, higher servicing and loss of use (ie shorter lifespan)? :?
#30
OFI
Troll much?

Surely it effects the untaxed an uninsured the least as they aren't paying for the rest of it?

Anyhow I don't think it's quite clear cut like that... :whistling:


um good comment.
But if they choose not to buy tax and insurance for there sheds im pretty sure they wont and cant aford a quid a litre for there sheds.

same goes for the kids in there riced up motors , madondles wages just dont cut paying 1 quid a litre for there corsas
#31
82.9 in Charlton
#32
harrythedog
someone told me that supermarket fuel is inferior to Shell/BPetc and is not good for the car;-);-)


Try filling up your car with Shell and see if you notice a difference. Mine (new Vectra 1.9 diesel) runs MUCH better on non-supermarket fuel
#33
tallpete33
Try filling up your car with Shell and see if you notice a difference. Mine (new Vectra 1.9 diesel) runs MUCH better on non-supermarket fuel


Your right about that! It definately improves a cars responsiveness, I think its all down to the additives people like shell put into there petrol. I have used shell and morrisons unleaded fuel and shell is the clear winner.

But due to not being near a shell garage and cost I just buy morrisons, as long as my car move forwards im not too bothered right now!
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Its 82.9 here in Bury, North Manchester (ASDA Pilsworth). Was reduced to this earlier in the week (tuesday I think) but I've just filled up and it hasn't gone down to 81.9 yet. Its my nearest petrol station anyway at half a mile away and its also the cheapest I've seen in the Bury area.

I also use the asda credit card for an extra 2p saving so brings it it 80.9 at the moment.

Diesel is 94.9 at that station at the moment, 92.9 with discount.

In regards to the arguments on supermarket fuel and branded - its all from the same place anyway, there are only two providers of fuel to the UK ( can't remember which 2 from Esso, shell and BP it is) and they sell it on to people like ASDA and Texaco etc.) the only difference is the premium fuels that most branded garages also offer in addition to the standard stuff, although again there is little evidence its worth going for.
#35
84.9 in sunderland
#36
Just rang 2 stores in leicester to find out , they not allowed to tell me over the phone lol.
shell in leicester told me on 94.9 for unleaded .
#37
Just filled up my Boat and Tow car. This was costing £300 a couple of months ago. Now it's only costing £210 per fill up :w00t:

Keep bringing it on.
#38
musicman
I wish people would wake up and smell the coffee.

The price gap between petrol and diesel is only going to widen.

Im just laughing at all the Diesel car owners with 'White Elephants' on their hands! :lol:


Cheers for laughing at me. Remind me when you have some bad luck and i'll PMSLAYT. How do you spell **** without it coming up as ****? :x
#39
diggergraves
Good for you unleaded drivers. Now how about us diesel users. Still 97.9 where I am.

Still heated as any reduction in price of this commodity is something worth plugging


You could always sell your diesel vehicle and buy a petrol one:whistling:
#40
mrluke

same goes for the kids in there riced up motors , madondles wages just dont cut paying 1 quid a litre for there corsas



In my experience a HUGE moderatey live with their parents leaving a pretty large disposable income to blow on the car (hence why so many have naff bodykits and lairy paint jobs I suppose)

Personally I started renting at a younger age and stood by as my peers progressed rapidly through nicer cars :p

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