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lovenuts
This is getting boring now!

Yeah saving money is a real pain in the ass :p
14 Likes
This is getting boring now!
13 Likes
I dont use asda fuel as the moment i tried it it cut straight through my fuel tank like acid then continued through the ground resulting in a massive volcanic eruption which singed my eyebrows and made me depressed. I then lost my job because of this and ended up starring on benefit street, asda did give me a £10 giftcard though as i complained.
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Hergrom
The price of oil drops by about 45% so the cost of petrol drops about 20% and we think it's a great deal. What do you think will happen when the price of oil rises by 45%?

The oil price doesn't account for 100% of the price we pay at the pump, the majority of the price in the UK is Tax (duty and VAT): http://www.petrolprices.com/the-price-of-fuel.html

At £1.300 a litre, total tax is approx 80p or 61%, whilst the price of the actual product is only approx 50p or 39%
As oil prices drop then the price of the product is dropping, but note that not all of the product price is solely the price of oil.

So if the price of the product drops by 50% to approx 25p, the price per litre only drops to approx £1. This is due to the tax dropping by 5p due to lower VAT.due

Even if the cost of the product dropped 100% to 0p per liter then we'd still be paying approx 70p per liter in pure tax.

If oil prices rise then do the maths!
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knowitall5


It's Insane. There are only a few countries (less than half a dozen) who have higher petrol prices than us! But think about it logically it should be CHEAPER! because we are a 1st world country.

-Kia5

This is probably the stupidest thing i've read all week

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14 Likes #1
This is getting boring now!
4 Likes #2
Will this run ok in the batmobile, I usually find I get the best performance from
shell vpower max v3.2 super dooper paraffin rocket fuel
2 Likes #3
Love this fuel war, Shale trying to hurt Russia, Saudi being the biggest oil producer not restricting supply to drive up prices, China reduced demand, world demand for oil dropped, Saudi price war against shale only means one thing, cheaper prices at the pumps!

Did you know Saudi oil is closer to the surface hence its cheaper to produce then other countries?

99p per litre for petrol here we come........... Diesel £1.09 possibility?
#4
Considering some of the other petrol deals posted (albeit local) I thought asda would have taken at least 2p off.
28 Likes #5
lovenuts
This is getting boring now!

Yeah saving money is a real pain in the ass :p
#6
Been this price at other forecourts for near a week now.
2 Likes #7
i hope to see petrol 99.7p :)
would be great in my UFO with 50 mpg
5 Likes #8
Will anyone else price match this? I don't like going to Asda as the clientele are a bit rough.
#9
My local Sainsburys was 110.9 last week. Cheek buggers put it up to 112.9 this week before the Christmas get away
2 Likes #10
Billythebubble
Love this fuel war, Shale trying to hurt Russia, Saudi being the biggest oil producer not restricting supply to drive up prices, China reduced demand, world demand for oil dropped, Saudi price war against shale only means one thing, cheaper prices at the pumps!Did you know Saudi oil is closer to the surface hence its cheaper to produce then other countries?99p per litre for petrol here we come........... Diesel £1.09 possibility?

There's the biggest con right there - diesel being 10p a litre more than unleaded (or 10% more by your projected pricings).
#11
Ta OP.
13 Likes #12
I dont use asda fuel as the moment i tried it it cut straight through my fuel tank like acid then continued through the ground resulting in a massive volcanic eruption which singed my eyebrows and made me depressed. I then lost my job because of this and ended up starring on benefit street, asda did give me a £10 giftcard though as i complained.
#13
The price of oil drops by about 45% so the cost of petrol drops about 20% and we think it's a great deal. What do you think will happen when the price of oil rises by 45%?
1 Like #14
im gonna wait for 99.9
4 Likes #15
Hergrom
The price of oil drops by about 45% so the cost of petrol drops about 20% and we think it's a great deal. What do you think will happen when the price of oil rises by 45%?

Jurassic park will be released at the cinema?
4 Likes #16
Cold not an iPhone.

that being said I can at least afford to run the generator I travel with to keep the iPhone battery going
1 Like #17
This is the hottest deal since the last Asda petrol deal last week.
1 Like #18
keep it coming I say , I dare say the government will just put it back up in tax after the election of course
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whatyadoinsucka
Will this run ok in the batmobile, I usually find I get the best performance from
shell vpower max v3.2 super dooper paraffin rocket fuel


Supermarket fuel is low grade leftovers, fact.

Doesn't last as long as proper fuel from shell, BP, texaco etc.
5 Likes #20
lolyehright
whatyadoinsucka
Will this run ok in the batmobile, I usually find I get the best performance from
shell vpower max v3.2 super dooper paraffin rocket fuel

Supermarket fuel is low grade leftovers, fact.

Doesn't last as long as proper fuel from shell, BP, texaco etc.

Evidence please?
1 Like #21
It's funny, even with price decreases we are still being SHAFTED. The taxes and duties and cost that supermarkets (arguably who own the petrol distribution share) decide to charity us with makes it cheaper to use human sweat as fuel if it were possible.

It's Insane. There are only a few countries (less than half a dozen) who have higher petrol prices than us! But think about it logically it should be CHEAPER! because we are a 1st world country. Simply put it's about profit, but ultimately the economy as a whole looses out because our disposable income goes offshores to private banks instead of pumping back into our local economies and also into our governments for services (since they avoid tax most of the time)

It's a Joke. Fuel duty is a theft too. I would vote green party if I voted because at least they would give us cheaper and healthier energy instead of trapping us into a catch-22 situation., not to mention Road tax, mot's and mechanical problems. (non-elec cars)

If I were standing for MP I would simply say vote for me because I will get rid of fuel duty. Simple and then I am voted in. (how will we fund government services you ask?) isn't taxation and 20%vat enough? Oh, and I would just withdraw our armies operations from every corner of the globe.

Anyway. I obviously went off a bit but I get angry at stupid fuel prices, and I am currently saving up for an Electric car. Hopefully the new Bmw! by the time I have the money it should have gone cheaper (hoping)

-Kia5
3 Likes #22
We get all excited when they drop the price by a few coppers,
when is this rigging going to stop!!! Open market yeh right :{
12 Likes #23
Hergrom
The price of oil drops by about 45% so the cost of petrol drops about 20% and we think it's a great deal. What do you think will happen when the price of oil rises by 45%?

The oil price doesn't account for 100% of the price we pay at the pump, the majority of the price in the UK is Tax (duty and VAT): http://www.petrolprices.com/the-price-of-fuel.html

At £1.300 a litre, total tax is approx 80p or 61%, whilst the price of the actual product is only approx 50p or 39%
As oil prices drop then the price of the product is dropping, but note that not all of the product price is solely the price of oil.

So if the price of the product drops by 50% to approx 25p, the price per litre only drops to approx £1. This is due to the tax dropping by 5p due to lower VAT.due

Even if the cost of the product dropped 100% to 0p per liter then we'd still be paying approx 70p per liter in pure tax.

If oil prices rise then do the maths!
#24
Amex are still running the £5 credit at BP for £50 spend taking diesel to circa £1.09
3 Likes #25
Henlans
im gonna wait for 99.9

Tonight I'm gonna party like it's 99.9!
12 Likes #26
knowitall5


It's Insane. There are only a few countries (less than half a dozen) who have higher petrol prices than us! But think about it logically it should be CHEAPER! because we are a 1st world country.

-Kia5

This is probably the stupidest thing i've read all week
3 Likes #27
knowitall5
It's funny, even with price decreases we are still being SHAFTED. The taxes and duties and cost that supermarkets (arguably who own the petrol distribution share) decide to charity us with makes it cheaper to use human sweat as fuel if it were possible.

I concur with you, we are being shafted by gov, and it's likely to remain this way for the foreseeable future. They know they're on a losing battle since cars are becoming more fuel efficient, and now fuel prices are falling, so that spells less revenue.

knowitall5
It's Insane. There are only a few countries (less than half a dozen) who have higher petrol prices than us! But think about it logically it should be CHEAPER! because we are a 1st world country. Simply put it's about profit, but ultimately the economy as a whole looses out because our disposable income goes offshores to private banks instead of pumping back into our local economies and also into our governments for services (since they avoid tax most of the time)

Why should it be cheaper for us when a majority of fuel is imported into the UK? We have oil from the North Sea, but that doesn't produce the amounts needed to sustain the UK any longer. If the UK was in mainland EU, then it might be a little cheaper due to logistics, but it costs money to ship between our lonely isle and the source from eastern Europe and Northern Africa.

knowitall5

It's a Joke. Fuel duty is a theft too. I would vote green party if I voted because at least they would give us cheaper and healthier energy instead of trapping us into a catch-22 situation., not to mention Road tax, mot's and mechanical problems. (non-elec cars)

Wouldn't the Green party be more likely to raise fuel duty, since it's a CO2 pollutant? Road tax is replaced with VED, which they'd also raise faster than any other party, and they'd more likely push for people to move to EV vehicles to solve this problem. Though, this will generate a good deal of tax, I imagine this would make them unpopular.

knowitall5

If I were standing for MP I would simply say vote for me because I will get rid of fuel duty. Simple and then I am voted in. (how will we fund government services you ask?) isn't taxation and 20%vat enough? Oh, and I would just withdraw our armies operations from every corner of the globe.

How would you resolve the tax shortfall? The armies offshore at present are pretty much back from their campaigns, and the others that are there are to maintain a presence in order to be in a militarily strategic position should the need arise (like preventing WWIII).

knowitall5

Anyway. I obviously went off a bit but I get angry at stupid fuel prices, and I am currently saving up for an Electric car. Hopefully the new Bmw! by the time I have the money it should have gone cheaper (hoping)

Entirely understandable regarding fuel prices. The i3 does have a nice interior, but I'd keep a watch out for the new GM concepts, and cheaper Tesla range due out next year.

And Merry Christmas to all :{
2 Likes #28
It's cheaper in Aldi
#29
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esudl
Will anyone else price match this? I don't like going to Asda as the clientele are a bit rough.


Some tescos might do it depending where you are in the country
#30
I want to see some 0.86 per litre
#31
garry141
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esudl
Will anyone else price match this? I don't like going to Asda as the clientele are a bit rough.


Some tescos might do it depending where you are in the country

If you have a Sainsbury's near to an ASDA, they usually match (at least where I live, they do). And the Esso stations locally then seem to match Sainsbury's!
#32
Its been this price in Emsworth for a week already, but still a good post op!
2 Likes #33
dbudden
knowitall5


It's Insane. There are only a few countries (less than half a dozen) who have higher petrol prices than us! But think about it logically it should be CHEAPER! because we are a 1st world country.

-Kia5

This is probably the stupidest thing i've read all week

I feel stupider after reading it.
#34
davilown
Its been this price in Emsworth for a week already, but still a good post op!

You kept that one to yourself!
1 Like #35
oddballjamie
davilown
Its been this price in Emsworth for a week already, but still a good post op!
You kept that one to yourself!

Nope, posted on here http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/petrol-109-7-per-litre-jet-garage-emsworth-2093956
2 Likes #36
Neonlitdoor
lovenuts
This is getting boring now!

Yeah saving money is a real pain in the ass :p


Yes, posting 15 deals daily that would save you £0.50 on full tank of fuel comparing to yesterday's deal is boring..
#37
Winner winner chicken dinner!
#38
BenderRodriguez
Neonlitdoor
lovenuts
This is getting boring now!

Yeah saving money is a real pain in the ass :p


Yes, posting 15 deals daily that would save you £0.50 on full tank of fuel comparing to yesterday's deal is boring..

but its still a saving on what a higher percentage of us actually MUST have!!!

quite frankly those people moaning about deals being posted is a hell of a lot more boring.....
#39
esudl
Will anyone else price match this? I don't like going to Asda as the clientele are a bit rough.

LOL.. you said it..
2 Likes #40
velocitysurfer
Hergrom
The price of oil drops by about 45% so the cost of petrol drops about 20% and we think it's a great deal. What do you think will happen when the price of oil rises by 45%?

The oil price doesn't account for 100% of the price we pay at the pump, the majority of the price in the UK is Tax (duty and VAT): http://www.petrolprices.com/the-price-of-fuel.html

At £1.300 a litre, total tax is approx 80p or 61%, whilst the price of the actual product is only approx 50p or 39%
As oil prices drop then the price of the product is dropping, but note that not all of the product price is solely the price of oil.

So if the price of the product drops by 50% to approx 25p, the price per litre only drops to approx £1. This is due to the tax dropping by 5p due to lower VAT.due

Even if the cost of the product dropped 100% to 0p per liter then we'd still be paying approx 70p per liter in pure tax.

If oil prices rise then do the maths!

at last!! The voice of reason against the plethora of inane replies from people that think they know what they are talking about.

Thank you!!

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