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ASDA reducing fuel prices tomorrow - Pay no more than 111.7p a litre £1.11

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Good news at the pumps! ASDA are reducing their fuel prices by 2p tomorrow - making sure you don't pay more than 111.7p per litre on Diesel and Unleaded. Asda’s head of petrol trading Dave Tyrer sa… Read More
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Good news at the pumps!

ASDA are reducing their fuel prices by 2p tomorrow - making sure you don't pay more than 111.7p per litre on Diesel and Unleaded.

Asda’s head of petrol trading Dave Tyrer said: “Today’s latest move shows that Asda is once again leading the way in reducing the price at the pumps to help the millions of motorists across the UK.

“Our new national price cap of 111.7p per litre on both unleaded and diesel will be welcomed by the millions of drivers who will be starting to plan their summer holidays.”



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Hopefully the rest will follow suit!
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I work for Asda and wouldn't even buy their fuel

Edited By: Toon_army on Jun 15, 2017 21:32: My misuse of the word there/their offended people
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Damn - only filled up there yesterday evening.

Do you think I can return what I bought, get a refund and re-buy at the lower price ??
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PsychoSonny
Their fuel comes out the exact same refinery. Ignorant morons spouting rubbish they overheard as per usual. Been running asda fuel for 10+ years my car has had zero issues with it

Well you've won the award for 'idiot of the day' congratulations.
And whats wrong with people stacking shelves or cleaning the floor? Does this mean they have less knowledge about fuel? Who are you John Browne!
All fuel is stored differently which effects the over all condition of it.
I've no more to say about this matter. Google will clear up any issues with Asda fuel after a quick search.
PsychoSonny
Their fuel comes out the exact same refinery. Ignorant morons spouting rubbish they overheard as per usual. Been running asda fuel for 10+ years my car has had zero issues with it

PsychoSonny
Their fuel comes out the exact same refinery. Ignorant morons spouting rubbish they overheard as per usual. Been running asda fuel for 10+ years my car has had zero issues with it

I
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Toon_army
Its hardly rubbish when I work there and we've had endless claims from peoples cars. Theres been loads of tests to show how much water content is in the fuel, all petrol has water in but only a bit.Believe what you want but I personally wouldn't touch Asda fuel, go any where but.

Their fuel comes out the exact same refinery. Ignorant morons spouting rubbish they overheard as per usual. Been running asda fuel for 10+ years my car has had zero issues with it

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#1
My local Tesco selling diesel at 112.9p for good 2 months now...
1 Like #2
It was already this price yesterday in Watford...
15 Likes #3
I work for Asda and wouldn't even buy their fuel

Edited By: Toon_army on Jun 15, 2017 21:32: My misuse of the word there/their offended people
#4
Tesco and asda are about this price and up the road texaco £1.19.9 !!!! How the hell are they allowed to charge and get away with it !!!
#5
Better to go down than up, but only a tiny saving in real terms as I am already paying 112.9 for Diesel .
5 Likes #6
I would say 99p for petrol is a good price not this price
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1 Like #8
It's been this price at both Tesco and Asda for a fair while up here
#9
Toon_army
I work for Asda and wouldn't even buy there fuel
Why is it cheap and crap and not as good as other stores fuel or something :p
11 Likes #10
Damn - only filled up there yesterday evening.

Do you think I can return what I bought, get a refund and re-buy at the lower price ??
2 Likes #11
Toon_army
I work for Asda and wouldn't even buy there fuel

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1 Like #12
Rimi
My local Tesco selling diesel at 112.9p for good 2 months now...

112.9p is more expensive than 111.7p a litre...
#13
Toon_army
I work for Asda and wouldn't even buy there fuel


why not?
#14
1p off in cardiff, however sainsbury's and morrisons been selling at 111.9 for at least a month.
price should be sub 110 given oil is $47 a barrel
#15
copystuff
I would say 99p for petrol is a good price not this price

You mean you want them to sell it for less than they can make it for (when you include the essential fuel duty and vat element)?
1 Like #16
ianjury
Tesco and asda are about this price and up the road texaco £1.19.9 !!!! How the hell are they allowed to charge and get away with it !!!

Because a 7% markup on the cheapest price isn't exactly a big deal, the I'm sure almost every high street retailer have products their competitors sell for 7% cheaper.

Never understood why people got so worked up about fuel in particular, it's not even as if the price difference going to make much of a impact to the average person.
#17
pidgeofcdf
1p off in cardiff, however sainsbury's and morrisons been selling at 111.9 for at least a month.
price should be sub 110 given oil is $47 a barrel
Except exchange rate has tanked...
1 Like #18
bethgooch5
Toon_army
I work for Asda and wouldn't even buy there fuel
Why is it cheap and crap and not as good as other stores fuel or something :p

Some people like to waste money and pay more than necessary. This rubbish crops up all the time about supermarket fuel being poor. The biggest factor if you are buying standard 95 fuel is how good a condition the owner has kept up with maintaince on the tanks and pumps. Most damage has been due to contamination of tanks due to owners not following best practises
1 Like #19
bilbob
pidgeofcdf
1p off in cardiff, however sainsbury's and morrisons been selling at 111.9 for at least a month.
price should be sub 110 given oil is $47 a barrel
Except exchange rate has tanked...
down 2 cents, about 1.5%, whereas oil is down over 10%
1 Like #20
It was this price for a few weeks then the last week went up to112.7p so going back down to that price.
4 Likes #21
gary333
Some people like to waste money and pay more than necessary. This rubbish crops up all the time about supermarket fuel being poor. The biggest factor if you are buying standard 95 fuel is how good a condition the owner has kept up with maintaince on the tanks and pumps. Most damage has been due to contamination of tanks due to owners not following best practises

Its hardly rubbish when I work there and we've had endless claims from peoples cars. Theres been loads of tests to show how much water content is in the fuel, all petrol has water in but only a bit.
Believe what you want but I personally wouldn't touch Asda fuel, go any where but.
#22
yeah but will others follow suit.
#23
Been 111.7 in MK for couple of months now
#24
Every dam time I fill my tank a price reduction happens X)
3 Likes #25
A price drop for gas and electric must be around the corner too. Oil price trending down. Oil price going up was the reason given for hiking prices a few months back.

Will it happen as oils dropped ? Will it F...!
#26
ianjury
Tesco and asda are about this price and up the road texaco £1.19.9 !!!! How the hell are they allowed to charge and get away with it !!!


I saw shell selling for 136 on motorway the other day!
#27
It's been 109.7 for petrol and diesel at Tamworth (Sainsbury's and Asda) for a good few weeks. Hopefully it will eventually get to under a pound a litre 8)
#28
TheMappers
It's been 109.7 for petrol and diesel at Tamworth (Sainsbury's and Asda) for a good few weeks. Hopefully it will eventually get to under a pound a litre 8)

By which time OPEC will have throttled production again and driven prices back up.

I'm not pessimistic at all!
6 Likes #29
Toon_army
Its hardly rubbish when I work there and we've had endless claims from peoples cars. Theres been loads of tests to show how much water content is in the fuel, all petrol has water in but only a bit.Believe what you want but I personally wouldn't touch Asda fuel, go any where but.

Their fuel comes out the exact same refinery. Ignorant morons spouting rubbish they overheard as per usual. Been running asda fuel for 10+ years my car has had zero issues with it
7 Likes #30
PsychoSonny
Their fuel comes out the exact same refinery. Ignorant morons spouting rubbish they overheard as per usual. Been running asda fuel for 10+ years my car has had zero issues with it

Well you've won the award for 'idiot of the day' congratulations.
And whats wrong with people stacking shelves or cleaning the floor? Does this mean they have less knowledge about fuel? Who are you John Browne!
All fuel is stored differently which effects the over all condition of it.
I've no more to say about this matter. Google will clear up any issues with Asda fuel after a quick search.
PsychoSonny
Their fuel comes out the exact same refinery. Ignorant morons spouting rubbish they overheard as per usual. Been running asda fuel for 10+ years my car has had zero issues with it

PsychoSonny
Their fuel comes out the exact same refinery. Ignorant morons spouting rubbish they overheard as per usual. Been running asda fuel for 10+ years my car has had zero issues with it

I
1 Like #31
They will be increasing the price after a couple of days so they can reduce the price again and get some free publicity.
#32
supermandem
ianjury
Tesco and asda are about this price and up the road texaco £1.19.9 !!!! How the hell are they allowed to charge and get away with it !!!

Because a 7% markup on the cheapest price isn't exactly a big deal, the I'm sure almost every high street retailer have products their competitors sell for 7% cheaper.

Never understood why people got so worked up about fuel in particular, it's not even as if the price difference going to make much of a impact to the average person.


Im sure the amount of money texaco / esso / shell make is 100 times more than asda or tesco so yes they can afford to cut to supermarket prices , these small garages selling for £1.19.9 if they sell 10,000 litres a day at that price and make 10p a litre profit then reduce the price make half the profit get more people in the door to buy other stuff in th shop surely thats business ?
#33
Personally I go off the range that a full to the brim tank gives me. Tesco and shell always give me a good 50-60 miles extra on my range compared to Asda and Morrisons. I appreciate that the digital range goes off your driving style and habits but that's my personal opinion on it, I agree with the guys getting slated above I wouldn't touch Asda fuel I'd rather pay a few pence more but each to their own the joy of freedom!
1 Like #34
Toon_army
I work for Asda and wouldn't even buy there fuel


Why?
#35
dunc360
TheMappers
It's been 109.7 for petrol and diesel at Tamworth (Sainsbury's and Asda) for a good few weeks. Hopefully it will eventually get to under a pound a litre 8)

By which time OPEC will have throttled production again and driven prices back up.

I'm not pessimistic at all!


You should stop being pessimistic and start being optimistic. :p;)
1 Like #36
ianjury
Im sure the amount of money texaco / esso / shell make is 100 times more than asda or tesco so yes they can afford to cut to supermarket prices , these small garages selling for £1.19.9 if they sell 10,000 litres a day at that price and make 10p a litre profit then reduce the price make half the profit get more people in the door to buy other stuff in th shop surely thats business ?


You do realise that most petrol stations (Shell etc) are franchised. The chances are that supermarkets make a higher profit per litre than all but the largest well placed franchised main oil company outlets. This is simply due to already sunken costs on their retail outlets land allowing lower operating costs and the ability to buy at the best market price in huge amounts. A franchise has to buy fuel and pay maintenance contracts from the oil company. Supermarkets can buy fuel from wherever they want and will buy from multiple suppliers for the lowest rate.
1 Like #37
LMFAO! Supermarket fuel, as with all fuel has to meet a minimum B.S standard. Look on the pump next time you fill up! Anyway been £1.11.9 at my local Tesco (Hayes) for 2.5 weeks!!
2 Likes #38
111.7 a litre has been the normal fuel price for the last few weeks at Sainsburys, Morrisons and Asda where I live anyway so unless Asda actually drop their price here, this is not even a deal.
#39
Just filled up at Asda an hour ago and paid 112.7p per litre :|
#40
Bikertov
Damn - only filled up there yesterday evening.

Do you think I can return what I bought, get a refund and re-buy at the lower price ??


Are you bored? Ever had a wee flushed it then ran down the sewers to collect it?

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