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Black Friday Fuel prices 94.9p per litre @ Go 24 petrol - Omagh Northern Ireland

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Please go easy on me this is my first post. Massive saving on fuel prices in Omagh Northern Ireland petrol and diesel down open to midnight one day only Read More
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Please go easy on me this is my first post. Massive saving on fuel prices in Omagh Northern Ireland petrol and diesel down open to midnight one day only
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1 Like #1
How do I edit this it should be 0.94.9p per litre
6 Likes #2
I'd love to see this happen one day in England and
possibly stay at this price! Fuel prices are a joke in England currently

Edited By: nejibob on Nov 25, 2016 16:32: Now in proper English!
6 Likes #3
nejibob
I'd love to see this happen one day in England and
possibly stay at this price! Fuel prices are a joke in England currently

Only England? Do the Scots and Welsh not deserve this hope as well. X)
1 Like #4
nejibob
I'd love to see this happen one day in England and
possibly stay at this price! Fuel prices are a joke in England currently


for the local news it would be better than watching people fight over Telly's in tesco.
3 Likes #5
greeting from omagh. There's been big queues all day
#6
Heat added. I posted a deal today (2nd one) its was meant to be £2-99 came up as £299 tried to change it & came up at £299 again later it changed to £2-99 hmmmm think maybe a moderator did it. Anyways good deal Op :)
1 Like #7
alg
nejibob
I'd love to see this happen one day in England and
possibly stay at this price! Fuel prices are a joke in England currently
Only England? Do the Scots and Welsh not deserve this hope as well. X)
Yippee for the umpteen time, we bucked the trend and have cheaper fuel in Northern Ireland than GB. Does anyone know if this is national? If it is I will ask the missus to take the tanker and fill up in Belfast instead of crossing the border :p
#8
must only be omagh as it's still 1.11 up in belfast city side
#9
samseng
alg
nejibob
I'd love to see this happen one day in England and
possibly stay at this price! Fuel prices are a joke in England currently
Only England? Do the Scots and Welsh not deserve this hope as well. X)
Yippee for the umpteen time, we bucked the trend and have cheaper fuel in Northern Ireland than GB. Does anyone know if this is national? If it is I will ask the missus to take the tanker and fill up in Belfast instead of crossing the border :p


Omagh only as far as I know there were a couple of filling stations doing black friday prices but the other one run out of diesel at 3pm
1 Like #10
crescent11
must only be omagh as it's still 1.11 up in belfast city side
Thank you. I will reverse the tanker back into the drive then. X)
5 Likes #11
I hope it's not that laundered fuel from south Armagh :)
3 Likes #12
Just been down there as I live round the corner, there's two stations either end of Dromore Rd doing same price 94.9p/l .. the fuel is good, I've seen the tankers coming and going a few times to restock - one is a 'Go' branded station and the other is a Star / Nichols lorry.. the funniest thing is I actually witnessed someone filling up at the Asda which is in between at £1.17 per litre!!
#13
It's been a while since I've seen fuel this low!
3 Likes #14
If petrol was 5p a litre in Omagh, it still wouldn't be worth driving to.
#15
£1.04 in the filling station at Craigantlet for those in Belfast. Offer is on until Sunday.
2 Likes #16
finnmaccool
If petrol was 5p a litre in Omagh, it still wouldn't be worth driving to.


Caveman
1 Like #17
I saw Morrissey in Omagh leisure centre once.
1 Like #18
Rom
I saw Morrissey in Omagh leisure centre once.
Sorry to hear that
#19
finnmaccool
If petrol was 5p a litre in Omagh, it still wouldn't be worth driving to.


Nice one cretty.
2 Likes #20
Do they deliver
1 Like #21
finnmaccool
If petrol was 5p a litre in Omagh, it still wouldn't be worth driving to.


Quite , sea is in the way :p
1 Like #22
Cold - it would take me £150 in fuel just to get the the petrol station
#23
usetheforceluke
Cold - it would take me £150 in fuel just to get the the petrol station

He did mention it was in Omagh!! Bit unfair to mark it cold IMHO. Hot from me and I live no where near (hot for those that do)
#24
alg
nejibob
I'd love to see this happen one day in England and
possibly stay at this price! Fuel prices are a joke in England currently

Only England? Do the Scots and Welsh not deserve this hope as well. X)


Haha of course they do! Sorry that was very selfish of me :P
1 Like #25
They were queued the whole way out the Dromore road yesterday and would have taken about 2 hours to get the fuel!
#26
And it was 93p per litre a few yards up the road at the Culmore filling station!
#27
Only meant it's 500 miles away. Not that Omagh is a dump.
1 Like #28
newbie68
usetheforceluke
Cold - it would take me £150 in fuel just to get the the petrol station
He did mention it was in Omagh!! Bit unfair to mark it cold IMHO. Hot from me and I live no where near (hot for those that do)


No I have not marked it cold :) - although its probably freezing up there @ this time of year
#29
Great find OP for anyone who managed to get there, it's a shame I filled up at GO Cookstown on Thursday at £1.11.9, ah well, have some heat
1 Like #30
i can just see a bunch of hotukdealers driving over there to get their petrol X)
#31
red23
i can just see a bunch of hotukdealers driving over there to get their petrol X)
Lol I think they all did it was crazy the amount of vehicles queuing up for fuel with a boot load of jerry cans. But at the same time it was a great black friday deal because at least you were buying something you actually needed and will use to save you money
#32
Slenderman13
And it was 93p per litre a few yards up the road at the Culmore filling station!
It was 94.9p at Culmore filling station at 3pm yesterday but they run out of diesel I was there when it happened so maybe they dropped the price after that but there was no fuel
#33
deckysw
red23
i can just see a bunch of hotukdealers driving over there to get their petrol X)
Lol I think they all did it was crazy the amount of vehicles queuing up for fuel with a boot load of jerry cans. But at the same time it was a great black friday deal because at least you were buying something you actually needed and will use to save you money

True but to save £1 off my total fuel bill i'd rather pay extra to not have to go through all that nonsence!
#34
red23
deckysw
red23
i can just see a bunch of hotukdealers driving over there to get their petrol X)
Lol I think they all did it was crazy the amount of vehicles queuing up for fuel with a boot load of jerry cans. But at the same time it was a great black friday deal because at least you were buying something you actually needed and will use to save you money
True but to save £1 off my total fuel bill i'd rather pay extra to not have to go through all that nonsence!

If your car was near empty you would save an average of £10 per fill plus people were filling drums of diesel which was saving them on their next fill. I know it isn't a big fortune but it all helps and beats paying the full price any day
#35
Cold, by the time I travel from the north west to Northern Ireland I'd be out of pocket and fuel :p
#36
nejibob
I'd love to see this happen one day in England and
possibly stay at this price! Fuel prices are a joke in England currently

They're a bit better now, most places 109.9-110.9
#37
deckysw
red23
deckysw
red23
i can just see a bunch of hotukdealers driving over there to get their petrol X)
Lol I think they all did it was crazy the amount of vehicles queuing up for fuel with a boot load of jerry cans. But at the same time it was a great black friday deal because at least you were buying something you actually needed and will use to save you money
True but to save £1 off my total fuel bill i'd rather pay extra to not have to go through all that nonsence!
If your car was near empty you would save an average of £10 per fill plus people were filling drums of diesel which was saving them on their next fill. I know it isn't a big fortune but it all helps and beats paying the full price any day

What kind of car you talking about? a Humvee?

It's just all a bit sad though no? getting out drums to fill up with petrol. Pathetic people the lot of them.
#38
twoweedogs
Rom
I saw Morrissey in Omagh leisure centre once.
Sorry to hear that
He was singing, not walking around in speedos or something
#39
red23
deckysw
red23
deckysw
red23
i can just see a bunch of hotukdealers driving over there to get their petrol X)
Lol I think they all did it was crazy the amount of vehicles queuing up for fuel with a boot load of jerry cans. But at the same time it was a great black friday deal because at least you were buying something you actually needed and will use to save you money
True but to save £1 off my total fuel bill i'd rather pay extra to not have to go through all that nonsence!
If your car was near empty you would save an average of £10 per fill plus people were filling drums of diesel which was saving them on their next fill. I know it isn't a big fortune but it all helps and beats paying the full price any day

What kind of car you talking about? a Humvee?

It's just all a bit sad though no? getting out drums to fill up with petrol. Pathetic people the lot of them.


No not a Humvee lol but your average car has a 60-70ltr tank diesel round here averages at £1.11.9 per litre they were selling it at 94.9p which is a saving of 17p per litre so on a 60ltr purchase that's a saving of £10.20 on a fill. So if you needed to fill up it wasn't a bad saving but to queue up for an hour to get it was madness I was lucky I got it within 5mins and we got our 3 cars filled all were near empty and saved £30plus and no drums. I live close to the filling station so it was a win win for me. But for people who were just topping up their fuel it wasn't worth while. But it was a win for the consumer either way.:)

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