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250 Nectar Points Free When You Fill Up At BP

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Just load the offer onto your Nectar card using the App. Scan your card when you fill up and the points are yours. Valid until 11th May
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not showing on my app
buzzspeed
Most company fuel cards won't allow you to collect nectar points!

Mine do hehe
Not in my account either. Boo!
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phatgesus
considering my local BP is 5p a litre more expensive than my local esso its not a great deal for me. im sure others will benefit tho so have some


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5p off per litre of fuel @ BP when you buy 2 qualifying products

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When you buy any two selected products including Coca-Cola, Cadbury Creme Eggs and Dairy Milk Giant Buttons Receive a 5p discount off each full litre of BP petrol, diesel or LPG Autogas, up to a ma…
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Almost fell for this a few months ago, but was shocked when I walked in and looked to buy something instore. Why would anyone buy there at those inflated prices?
The deal itself is a good deal. Unfortunately, the price of the items you need to purchase to quality (or most items in BPs!) ruin it :(

Cold I am afraid, but thanks for posting.
My local BP is 105.9 for diesel.Local supermarket is 98.9.
So I could buy some of these overpriced products and still lose out on the fuel.
OneguyOnedeal
Only worth it if you fill 50+ litres and even then it definitely only brings the prices down to supermarket prices, unless you were genuinely looking to buy the specified items anyway
Start the countdown. Somebody's bound to want to tell you that supermarket petrol's made from old socks and will wreck your engine. :D
Only worth it if you fill 50+ litres and even then it definitely only brings the prices down to supermarket prices, unless you were genuinely looking to buy the specified items anyway
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Diesel 98.9p @ BP Team Valley Gateshead

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Unleaded fuel 99.9 Diesel 98.9
rooney29 Avatar10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago27 Comments
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I posted due to it being BP not a cheap supermarket fuel that will wreck your car - cheapest in this area !
Urban myth #..................., along with Elvis lives, man never went to the moon, 911 was organized by the CIA, and red wine is good for you
Not so much an urban myth. Our company had 2 (identical) cars which produced injector faults & as such went into limp mode. Both within weeks of each other. Vauxhall repair centre said it was because cheap supermarket fuel was being used & indeed it was! The 3rd vehicle we have has been chugging along nicely so far (fingers crossed) 30k miles later & the reason? Not been using supermarket fuel - at least not on a regular basis.
Fuel is manufactered to a specification, cars are designed to work using fuel made to that specification. I believe it is nonsense to suggest that supermarket fuel is, in any fundamental way, different to the offerings of Shell, BP Texaco etc. If it were in any way proven you can bet your bottom dollar the motor manufacturers would be advising people not to use it as it could invalidate warranties etc. As not one of them has made any comment at all on the subject it's an urban myth, perpetuated by people who didn't bother to think before they wrote.
I use morrisons fuel BECAUSE of experience, but disagree with your crap about fuel being the same
Fuel is manufactured to a certain specification, base fuels are produced at the same refineries so the same diesel/petrol goes to tesco as it does to say, shell. Different fuel outlets define a minimum performance level required from the fuel, which results in different levels & types of additives added to the ‘base’ fuel, which will have an effect on mpg, general running of the vehicle which isnt necessarily noticeable
so stating that its an urban myth about the quality and claiming that these people dont think before they write is a pretty brainless assertion in itself.
Thanks for your response, my point was that it's a myth that supermarket fuels damage engines. There are no motor manufacturers who see any problem with using supermarket fuel. I you can't see that that 'proves' the myth then tough.
I think you'll find that motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, but do state a preference, a bit like using different types of engine oil (perhaps you think all engine oils are the same also?) depends what you class as damage, if you put supermarket fuel in your car and drove it then it'll break down 10 miles later, that would be classed as damage, but also a ridiculous myth.
But if you use supermarket fuel, and drive 10,000 miles, you wont notice any difference in the short term but over time this could likely cause damage on unseen, internal components.
"motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, but do state a preference" that's called marketing I think you'll find. If motor manufactureres state a preferred fuel it's because they have a financial incentive to do so (Ferrari / Shell etc). You are of course entitled to believe what you want to believe, but the evidence does not support the belief that supermarket fuel damages engines.
which also means that you have no proof it doesnt, and all this talk of au urban myth is a load of crap. I notice the difference between fuels in the cost of repairs from one supplier to another, and thats from driving hundreds of miles a week. I dont think you have anything sensible to say
I'll leave it to others to decide who's talking a load of crap. Dream on sonny.
thanks, now find another post on fuel to pretend to know it all on
dart16
simmobb2
dart16
simmobb2
dart16
simmobb2
Kulaak
simmobb2
rooney29
I posted due to it being BP not a cheap supermarket fuel that will wreck your car - cheapest in this area !
Urban myth #..................., along with Elvis lives, man never went to the moon, 911 was organized by the CIA, and red wine is good for you
Not so much an urban myth. Our company had 2 (identical) cars which produced injector faults & as such went into limp mode. Both within weeks of each other. Vauxhall repair centre said it was because cheap supermarket fuel was being used & indeed it was! The 3rd vehicle we have has been chugging along nicely so far (fingers crossed) 30k miles later & the reason? Not been using supermarket fuel - at least not on a regular basis.
Fuel is manufactered to a specification, cars are designed to work using fuel made to that specification. I believe it is nonsense to suggest that supermarket fuel is, in any fundamental way, different to the offerings of Shell, BP Texaco etc. If it were in any way proven you can bet your bottom dollar the motor manufacturers would be advising people not to use it as it could invalidate warranties etc. As not one of them has made any comment at all on the subject it's an urban myth, perpetuated by people who didn't bother to think before they wrote.
I use morrisons fuel BECAUSE of experience, but disagree with your crap about fuel being the same
Fuel is manufactured to a certain specification, base fuels are produced at the same refineries so the same diesel/petrol goes to tesco as it does to say, shell. Different fuel outlets define a minimum performance level required from the fuel, which results in different levels & types of additives added to the ‘base’ fuel, which will have an effect on mpg, general running of the vehicle which isnt necessarily noticeable
so stating that its an urban myth about the quality and claiming that these people dont think before they write is a pretty brainless assertion in itself.
Thanks for your response, my point was that it's a myth that supermarket fuels damage engines. There are no motor manufacturers who see any problem with using supermarket fuel. I you can't see that that 'proves' the myth then tough.
I think you'll find that motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, but do state a preference, a bit like using different types of engine oil (perhaps you think all engine oils are the same also?) depends what you class as damage, if you put supermarket fuel in your car and drove it then it'll break down 10 miles later, that would be classed as damage, but also a ridiculous myth.
But if you use supermarket fuel, and drive 10,000 miles, you wont notice any difference in the short term but over time this could likely cause damage on unseen, internal components.
"motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, but do state a preference" that's called marketing I think you'll find. If motor manufactureres state a preferred fuel it's because they have a financial incentive to do so (Ferrari / Shell etc). You are of course entitled to believe what you want to believe, but the evidence does not support the belief that supermarket fuel damages engines.
which also means that you have no proof it doesnt, and all this talk of au urban myth is a load of crap. I notice the difference between fuels in the cost of repairs from one supplier to another, and thats from driving hundreds of miles a week. I dont think you have anything sensible to say
I'll leave it to others to decide who's talking a load of crap. Dream on sonny.
simmobb2
dart16
simmobb2
dart16
simmobb2
Kulaak
simmobb2
rooney29
I posted due to it being BP not a cheap supermarket fuel that will wreck your car - cheapest in this area !
Urban myth #..................., along with Elvis lives, man never went to the moon, 911 was organized by the CIA, and red wine is good for you
Not so much an urban myth. Our company had 2 (identical) cars which produced injector faults & as such went into limp mode. Both within weeks of each other. Vauxhall repair centre said it was because cheap supermarket fuel was being used & indeed it was! The 3rd vehicle we have has been chugging along nicely so far (fingers crossed) 30k miles later & the reason? Not been using supermarket fuel - at least not on a regular basis.
Fuel is manufactered to a specification, cars are designed to work using fuel made to that specification. I believe it is nonsense to suggest that supermarket fuel is, in any fundamental way, different to the offerings of Shell, BP Texaco etc. If it were in any way proven you can bet your bottom dollar the motor manufacturers would be advising people not to use it as it could invalidate warranties etc. As not one of them has made any comment at all on the subject it's an urban myth, perpetuated by people who didn't bother to think before they wrote.
I use morrisons fuel BECAUSE of experience, but disagree with your crap about fuel being the same
Fuel is manufactured to a certain specification, base fuels are produced at the same refineries so the same diesel/petrol goes to tesco as it does to say, shell. Different fuel outlets define a minimum performance level required from the fuel, which results in different levels & types of additives added to the ‘base’ fuel, which will have an effect on mpg, general running of the vehicle which isnt necessarily noticeable
so stating that its an urban myth about the quality and claiming that these people dont think before they write is a pretty brainless assertion in itself.
Thanks for your response, my point was that it's a myth that supermarket fuels damage engines. There are no motor manufacturers who see any problem with using supermarket fuel. I you can't see that that 'proves' the myth then tough.
I think you'll find that motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, but do state a preference, a bit like using different types of engine oil (perhaps you think all engine oils are the same also?) depends what you class as damage, if you put supermarket fuel in your car and drove it then it'll break down 10 miles later, that would be classed as damage, but also a ridiculous myth.
But if you use supermarket fuel, and drive 10,000 miles, you wont notice any difference in the short term but over time this could likely cause damage on unseen, internal components.
"motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, but do state a preference" that's called marketing I think you'll find. If motor manufactureres state a preferred fuel it's because they have a financial incentive to do so (Ferrari / Shell etc). You are of course entitled to believe what you want to believe, but the evidence does not support the belief that supermarket fuel damages engines.
which also means that you have no proof it doesnt, and all this talk of au urban myth is a load of crap. I notice the difference between fuels in the cost of repairs from one supplier to another, and thats from driving hundreds of miles a week. I dont think you have anything sensible to say
dart16
simmobb2
dart16
simmobb2
Kulaak
simmobb2
rooney29
I posted due to it being BP not a cheap supermarket fuel that will wreck your car - cheapest in this area !
Urban myth #..................., along with Elvis lives, man never went to the moon, 911 was organized by the CIA, and red wine is good for you
Not so much an urban myth. Our company had 2 (identical) cars which produced injector faults & as such went into limp mode. Both within weeks of each other. Vauxhall repair centre said it was because cheap supermarket fuel was being used & indeed it was! The 3rd vehicle we have has been chugging along nicely so far (fingers crossed) 30k miles later & the reason? Not been using supermarket fuel - at least not on a regular basis.
Fuel is manufactered to a specification, cars are designed to work using fuel made to that specification. I believe it is nonsense to suggest that supermarket fuel is, in any fundamental way, different to the offerings of Shell, BP Texaco etc. If it were in any way proven you can bet your bottom dollar the motor manufacturers would be advising people not to use it as it could invalidate warranties etc. As not one of them has made any comment at all on the subject it's an urban myth, perpetuated by people who didn't bother to think before they wrote.
I use morrisons fuel BECAUSE of experience, but disagree with your crap about fuel being the same
Fuel is manufactured to a certain specification, base fuels are produced at the same refineries so the same diesel/petrol goes to tesco as it does to say, shell. Different fuel outlets define a minimum performance level required from the fuel, which results in different levels & types of additives added to the ‘base’ fuel, which will have an effect on mpg, general running of the vehicle which isnt necessarily noticeable
so stating that its an urban myth about the quality and claiming that these people dont think before they write is a pretty brainless assertion in itself.
Thanks for your response, my point was that it's a myth that supermarket fuels damage engines. There are no motor manufacturers who see any problem with using supermarket fuel. I you can't see that that 'proves' the myth then tough.
I think you'll find that motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, but do state a preference, a bit like using different types of engine oil (perhaps you think all engine oils are the same also?) depends what you class as damage, if you put supermarket fuel in your car and drove it then it'll break down 10 miles later, that would be classed as damage, but also a ridiculous myth.
But if you use supermarket fuel, and drive 10,000 miles, you wont notice any difference in the short term but over time this could likely cause damage on unseen, internal components.
"motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, but do state a preference" that's called marketing I think you'll find. If motor manufactureres state a preferred fuel it's because they have a financial incentive to do so (Ferrari / Shell etc). You are of course entitled to believe what you want to believe, but the evidence does not support the belief that supermarket fuel damages engines.
simmobb2
dart16
simmobb2
Kulaak
simmobb2
rooney29
I posted due to it being BP not a cheap supermarket fuel that will wreck your car - cheapest in this area !
Urban myth #..................., along with Elvis lives, man never went to the moon, 911 was organized by the CIA, and red wine is good for you
Not so much an urban myth. Our company had 2 (identical) cars which produced injector faults & as such went into limp mode. Both within weeks of each other. Vauxhall repair centre said it was because cheap supermarket fuel was being used & indeed it was! The 3rd vehicle we have has been chugging along nicely so far (fingers crossed) 30k miles later & the reason? Not been using supermarket fuel - at least not on a regular basis.
Fuel is manufactered to a specification, cars are designed to work using fuel made to that specification. I believe it is nonsense to suggest that supermarket fuel is, in any fundamental way, different to the offerings of Shell, BP Texaco etc. If it were in any way proven you can bet your bottom dollar the motor manufacturers would be advising people not to use it as it could invalidate warranties etc. As not one of them has made any comment at all on the subject it's an urban myth, perpetuated by people who didn't bother to think before they wrote.
I use morrisons fuel BECAUSE of experience, but disagree with your crap about fuel being the same
Fuel is manufactured to a certain specification, base fuels are produced at the same refineries so the same diesel/petrol goes to tesco as it does to say, shell. Different fuel outlets define a minimum performance level required from the fuel, which results in different levels & types of additives added to the ‘base’ fuel, which will have an effect on mpg, general running of the vehicle which isnt necessarily noticeable
so stating that its an urban myth about the quality and claiming that these people dont think before they write is a pretty brainless assertion in itself.
Thanks for your response, my point was that it's a myth that supermarket fuels damage engines. There are no motor manufacturers who see any problem with using supermarket fuel. I you can't see that that 'proves' the myth then tough.
I think you'll find that motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, but do state a preference, a bit like using different types of engine oil (perhaps you think all engine oils are the same also?) depends what you class as damage, if you put supermarket fuel in your car and drove it then it'll break down 10 miles later, that would be classed as damage, but also a ridiculous myth.
But if you use supermarket fuel, and drive 10,000 miles, you wont notice any difference in the short term but over time this could likely cause damage on unseen, internal components.
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BP diesel and petrol 99p on Bensham Road BP garage

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Both diesel and petrol are under a pound on Bensham Road BP garage.
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I have a mate at work who insists on putting Shell V power into the tank of his Ford Fiesta. He also buys Krispy Kreme donuts that cost 4 times the price of supermarket own brand ones! Moral of the story is the marketing boys know there are suckers at every corner willing to buy into the brand/hype. A few of them reside on here by the sounds of it.
-182 and counting.................
and there it is muffboy - your a tightass. finally we've got to the bottom of your issue. why pay for quality and look at the long term benefits when you can save a few sheckles. hehe. still as long as you're happy on your amstrad computer (it's a computer, only suckers would buy alienware - they're both computers) or happy watching your argos basic power hungry tv (why pay for a samsung? they're both tv's) before you slip into your comfy sleeping bag to count some zz's (only a fool would buy a bed) then it's all good. those marketing guys sure haven't got you.......

At least he knows how to start a sentence with a capital letter. Still what good is education today?

He's actually right in some aspects, a brand name doesn't always mean quality, it sometimes means paying well over the odds for something identical but without the branding, and the company laughing their bloody heads off, thinking LOL what a 'sucker!' For an example, we really appreciate you paying a premium for nothing more than simply advertising our company on your jacket ...and in such a predominant way. Long may it continue and our profits soar. Thank you.
The truth hurts doesn't it?




Edited By: jnigel26 on Feb 06, 2016 16:27
shadysnoopy
muffboy
I have a mate at work who insists on putting Shell V power into the tank of his Ford Fiesta. He also buys Krispy Kreme donuts that cost 4 times the price of supermarket own brand ones! Moral of the story is the marketing boys know there are suckers at every corner willing to buy into the brand/hype. A few of them reside on here by the sounds of it.
-182 and counting.................
and there it is muffboy - your a tightass. finally we've got to the bottom of your issue. why pay for quality and look at the long term benefits when you can save a few sheckles. hehe. still as long as you're happy on your amstrad computer (it's a computer, only suckers would buy alienware - they're both computers) or happy watching your argos basic power hungry tv (why pay for a samsung? they're both tv's) before you slip into your comfy sleeping bag to count some zz's (only a fool would buy a bed) then it's all good. those marketing guys sure haven't got you.......


​you are wasting your time mate...let him enjoy his 20p tea biscuits in front of his telly that won in an eBay auction and the supermarket marketing boys know where to sell their water-emulsion fuel...
shadysnoopy
muffboy
I have a mate at work who insists on putting Shell V power into the tank of his Ford Fiesta. He also buys Krispy Kreme donuts that cost 4 times the price of supermarket own brand ones! Moral of the story is the marketing boys know there are suckers at every corner willing to buy into the brand/hype. A few of them reside on here by the sounds of it.
-182 and counting.................
and there it is muffboy - your a tightass. finally we've got to the bottom of your issue. why pay for quality and look at the long term benefits when you can save a few sheckles. hehe. still as long as you're happy on your amstrad computer (it's a computer, only suckers would buy alienware - they're both computers) or happy watching your argos basic power hungry tv (why pay for a samsung? they're both tv's) before you slip into your comfy sleeping bag to count some zz's (only a fool would buy a bed) then it's all good. those marketing guys sure haven't got you.......

How wrong you are. I have the best of everything I desire, big house, big car ( BMW ), big T.V. ( PANASONIC ).
It's all about value for money sunshine, hotukDEALS.........paying over the odds for fuel and donuts is for fools sucked in by the marketing.
muffboy
I have a mate at work who insists on putting Shell V power into the tank of his Ford Fiesta. He also buys Krispy Kreme donuts that cost 4 times the price of supermarket own brand ones! Moral of the story is the marketing boys know there are suckers at every corner willing to buy into the brand/hype. A few of them reside on here by the sounds of it.
-182 and counting.................
and there it is muffboy - your a tightass. finally we've got to the bottom of your issue. why pay for quality and look at the long term benefits when you can save a few sheckles. hehe. still as long as you're happy on your amstrad computer (it's a computer, only suckers would buy alienware - they're both computers) or happy watching your argos basic power hungry tv (why pay for a samsung? they're both tv's) before you slip into your comfy sleeping bag to count some zz's (only a fool would buy a bed) then it's all good. those marketing guys sure haven't got you.......
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HKS Sandringham & HKS Coalville (BP) Unleaded 99.9p per litre £1.00

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Today only, 6am to 10pm Unleaded 99.9p per litre seems to be at only those 2 sites.
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bp marlow diesel £105:9 unleaded £102:9

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Cheap fuel BP Marlow diesel £105.9 Unleaded £102.9 Might be of some use to someone
leon121 Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago2 Comments
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This is the cheapest price I have seen anywhere even cheaper then the supermarkets
cheap for BP which are normally the most expensive.
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BP Townwall Dover, all fuel prices reduced £1.07

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This site is closing this evening, so all grades of fuel have been reduced including ultimates!
pjpaullee Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago2 Comments
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cold for normal fuels, hot for ultimate! OP, I suggest new deal and don't mention all, just ultimate....
This is cheap for ultimate diesel isn't it?
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Petrol/Diesel 1.04 when you buy 2 Ballygowan waters 0.5l @ BP Childs Way Milton Keynes

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5p off per litre off any fuel when you buy w bottles of Ballygowan water. To get water free plus some saving on fuel need to fuel up at least 44 litres, so not a deal for everyone I guess.
caliber2001 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago8 Comments
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i can get water free out of my tap, and petrol for much less than this - voted cold

Edited By: martinm1 on Oct 01, 2015 13:55
£1.04 already at my place and no purchase required.
Water is 1.09 original fuel price 1.09, as mentioned before - 44 litre and water free, my car got 55 litre tank so its almost always somewhat like 45l
They must av got loads of irish water left in stock
caliber2001
Cold because?

a) How much is the petrol originally?
b) How much is the water?

I can't really see this being much of a deal - most petrol is around the 106.9/107.9 mark just now so buying a couple of bottles of water to save 2-3p per litre isn't that great (and might not even save you any cash depending on the price of the water......)

Edited By: Doods1875 on Sep 30, 2015 14:52
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Haribo Tangfastics 68p @ BP Garages

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Deal found at Black Cat BP Garage. Reduced from £1.99 Clearly not the cheapest you can get these, but almost certainly the cheapest at a petrol/service station if you're on a journey and want a cou…
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50p in morrisons.
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BP cut their fuel prices - diesel 105.9 / petrol 108.9 @ Reading

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BP petrol station (Reading) just cut their fuel prices to: Diesel - 105.9 Petrol - 108.9 Cheapest I've seen. Ps. Remember about nectar points.
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If anyone is interested, Sainsbury's Loughborough had petrol at 106.9 yesterday ")


It'll be going back up soon, have you not noticed the price of a barrel now?
,,,Great find OP , Have ittttttt, have heat!!!,,,,on a serious note peeps, can anyone knowledgeable confirm what i'v e heard , supermarket fuel is cheap sh*te , as they add loadsa ethanol to it? i've heard drivers say their engines get noisier than when they used fuel from say like esso, shell , bp etc (i.e. not soupymarket brands)

Thanx in advance, any advice??????:D
s4nju
lol we pay these prices in Australia in $ there for we pay 50p a litre
Plus higher income and property taxes so you can't isolate one thing.
You probably pay less for boomerangs and we pay less in the UK for...........models of Big Ben and Union Jacks!
s4nju
lol we pay these prices in Australia in $ there for we pay 50p a litre


And you also pay more than we do for everyday food items, and houses are gloriously over priced and mortgages higher. I have seen the programs living down under Sheila.
lol we pay these prices in Australia in $ there for we pay 50p a litre
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BP Halesowen - Diesel for £1.06 per litre with Ballygowan water + Nectar Points

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BP Halesowen - 5p off a liter of fuel when you buy two bottles of Ballygowan water for £1.09 a bottle. I just got 60.34 litres of diesel + Two bottles of Ballygowan water + Nectar points +500 bonus…
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This offer is listed on the BP app, so should be at various locations- it's listed as: buy any 2 selected products to receive 5p a litre off your fuel. There's 3 products shown on mine- volvic water, Cadbury fingers and extra chewing gum. If you install the app, it'll show your nearest locations
*Gollywood* Or is it buy your fuel and get 2 free bottles of water+ 82p+Nectar points+Vocher- What a mug???
So spend £2.18 on water to save approx £2.18 on fuel! What a mug!!!
Type your comment here...http://rs284.pbsrc.com/albums/ll20/getintouchwithdamien/hdj_zpstzzwydiz.jpg~c200?t=1438957908
Water is 500ml per bottle.:)
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diesel cheaper than unleaded £1.14 p/l @ BP cradley heath

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never seen this before...at bp in cradley heath. 114 p for unleaded, 113p for diesel
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Diesel has been this price 1p cheaper than petrol for the last few weeks at the Gulf garage on the A5 Dordon Nr J10 M42.
den169
When i first had a diesel in the 70s diesel was a good bit cheaper than petrol.But iv'e not seen it cheaper than petrol for years.
Yes, it was a lot cheaper and we were told to buy diesel cars because they were better for the environment.

Edited By: Maxow on Jul 16, 2015 17:20
Can confirm majority of my local fuel stations are around 114.9 Ppl for Diesel:
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Edited By: 118luke on Jul 16, 2015 16:09
The BP mentioned is probably one that has the "cheap" fuel day a couple of times a week.
I'd love to go around changing the signs to expensive fuel 5 times a week.
Those that don't participate in this around these parts still have diesel about 122-125p with petrol about 3p behind.
Havent filled up in one of those garages for years.
118luke
starkey
118luke
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thegog
It was always the case until the late 90s or so that diesel was cheaper at the pump than petrol. Then politicians noticed people switching to diesel, so they ramped up the tax. Diesel is far cheaper to refine than petrol, so the additional cost is either profit or tax.
I did not realise that there is a different
tax on petrol and diesel. Do you know
what it is?
There isnt - Its the retailers that add the difference...
Proven here and here
From your proof seems to contradict the statement that there is the same tax on diesel and unleaded?
Fuel Tax Figures
Here you can find the fuel tax figures and, or budgets from 2007 up until this year.
2007 Fuel Tax Figures
2007 fuel duty (as of 1 October 2007) in the United Kingdom was:
50.35 pence per litre for ultra-low sulphur unleaded petrol/diesel53.65 pence per litre for conventional unleaded petrol56.94 pence per litre for conventional diesel
30.35 pence per litre for bio-diesel and bio ethanol – low tax to encourage consumer conversion
You're looking at 2007 figures.
Read the line above it: 50.35 pence per litre for ultra-low sulphur unleaded petrol/diesel
also, look at the 2009 figures:
2009 Fuel Tax Figures
2009 fuel duty (as of 1 September 2009) in the United Kingdom is:
56.19 pence per litre for main road fuels, unleaded petrol and diesel
The Gov website backs up the latter figures too.

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Free Pizza Express meal when you fill up 3 x 35 Litre fuel @ BP

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Fill with 35 litres or more in a single transaction, 3 times between 2nd june - 29th june 2015 to claim a free meal at PizzaExpress Here is the link picture http://www.photobox.co.uk/my/photo/ful…
Mihir95 Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago23 Comments
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Rudie888
Does anyone have a single code spare, I have 2 otherwise I will post them later on?
Thanks :)
Try all those codes might work who knows
Does anyone have a single code spare, I have 2 otherwise I will post them later on?
Thanks :)
Has anyone managed to use the two I posted a couple of weeks ago? G2D5M3T8F5W and S5F5M3B5S6D
PilatesPro
free code F3X3G4X4K3X for anyone
Thanks so much for posting this - had 2 vouchers and have just used it to claim my free pizza :)
free code F3X3G4X4K3X for anyone
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BP ULTIMATE UNLEADED £1.14 LITRE (Burnbank Road Hamilton Scotland)

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BP MISPRICED THEIR ULTIMATE UNLEADED AS £1.14 BUT SHOULD BE £1.24 FILL UP YOUR MOTOR TO THE BRIM.
Urch65 Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago13 Comments
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Saudis got bored of losing billions just to annoy Russia. :/
Whatever happened to the sub £1 per litre they were talking about a few months ago....
Sorry but iv worked at petrol stations before. The prices may be different at pump but the are handled different in office .
so say fuel went up 20p the the first thing in morning they would change the computer rather than the pumps.
plus they need to update the signs
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..a shame you didn't notice before you filled up!

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..a shame you didn't notice before you filled up!

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Edited By: Apogee00 on Apr 17, 2015 01:14
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Petrol 101.9 and diesel 108.9 p per litre at BP in Chelmsford

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I just noted today that the petrol price has dropped at BP in Chelmsford to 101.9 and Diesel to 108.9. Posting it here so that anyone local can benefit from cheap fuel price at BP Chelmsford. Sorry if…
mdsreddy Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago17 Comments
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lovenuts
THIS IS NOT A DEAL!!! Only a so called deal for people in that town!! I'm not going to divert my journey by 20/30 miles because of this post to save couple of pence not cost effective!!


It's either a deal, or it's not - Make your mind up!

Of course it's a deal. Sure, it's a local deal, but just because it's not located on your doorstep it doesn't make it no longer a deal.

Honestly, u don't know why people bother sharing deals sometimes, when all they get in return is ridiculous comments like this!
I suggest you re read carefully on how I structured my comment and context and placed my words and if you still don't see it then you have right to reply to my post! As I personally did not say it was a deal I said it wasn't a deal!

Funny that, as prior to your edit you posted this: "THIS IS NOT A DEAL!!! Only a so called deal for people in that town!!"

So I stand by my original comment - It's either a deal, or it isn't a deal. Just because it's a local post doesn't mean it's a 'so called deal'.
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lovenuts
THIS IS NOT A DEAL!!! Only a so called deal for people in that town!! I'm not going to divert my journey by 20/30 miles because of this post to save couple of pence not cost effective!!


It's either a deal, or it's not - Make your mind up!

Of course it's a deal. Sure, it's a local deal, but just because it's not located on your doorstep it doesn't make it no longer a deal.

Honestly, u don't know why people bother sharing deals sometimes, when all they get in return is ridiculous comments like this!
I suggest you re read carefully on how I structured my comment and context and placed my words and if you still don't see it then you have right to reply to my post! As I personally did not say it was a deal I said it wasn't a deal!

Edited By: lovenuts on Jan 20, 2015 03:34
ours are selling it at 114.9
what a rip off, that's 2 stores neat me.
deanos
We dont need multiple fuel posts every day, getting a bit repetitive, im sure people know the local price of fuel in there area if not bookmark petrolprices.com


I've put a suggestion about this in the feedback section, few weeks but no reply from admin about it so I won't bother again as what's the point in giving feedback that's not acknowledged!
james42041
which bp in Chelmsford, there it's a few

Broomfield road BP
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BP fuel lowest price yet!!!! Petrol 104.9p, Diesel 111.9p (Birmingham)

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Bp fuel station in Kings Norton, Birmingham. Unleaded @ 104.9 Diesel @ 111.9 Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
mintcondition Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago14 Comments
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Thanks very much, Jane
You have to spend £50 at a BP petrol station and get £5 credit from AMEX, I done it 2 weeks ago and petrol came to £46, I added £4 worth of magazines. I got my £5 credit within a few days

Edited By: jayok on Jan 11, 2015 13:21
senukas
£5 Amex credit on £50 BP spend would push unleaded price to 95p :) That if you arrive with 50l dry tank :)
My local also gives 2p/l discount if you spend £1 on anything in-store.
Hi ... are you saying if you pay with AMEX you get back 10% or you have to buy £50 worth (too much for me) to get back £5, just want to be clear, thanks Jane
£5 Amex credit on £50 BP spend would push unleaded price to 95p :) That if you arrive with 50l dry tank :)
My local also gives 2p/l discount if you spend £1 on anything in-store.
I've seen cheaper
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BP - lowest fuel price! 106.9 (petrol), 113.9 (diesel)

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Continuing looking for a cheap fuel prices nearby I found the lowest price for petrol & diesel at local BP (surprisingly) at Kings Norton (Birmingham) with prices: £106.9 - petrol & £113.9 - diesel (…
ciechanm Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago76 Comments
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ukphil80
This site you have posted a pic of is operated by mrh retail who set their own prices bp just supply the fuel and have no say in price. Mrh own around 400 sites supplied by various fuel company and set each sites price depending on local competition some sites do a special price two days a week a few pence lower than normal. My local one does it which is a mrh jet site.

How to check which site is operated by them?
You can use their store locator:
http://mrhgb.co.uk/store-locator
Asda is cheaper
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UseAVoucher
For all of you saying this is still expensive... Just STFU will ya... In 30 odd years time when there is no petrol you'll all be crying then wishing there was petrol and i bet you'll be willing to pay £20/L+ when it becomes a luxury!

whats a couple of pennies u tight effers.
In a Geography class in 1985, the teacher advised that Oil would run out in the next 15 years.
30 years later, it still hasn't run out.

Exactly.. so it must be close to running out now.

It takes the Earth 1 million years to produce enough oil for 1 years consumption by us..
UseAVoucher
For all of you saying this is still expensive... Just STFU will ya... In 30 odd years time when there is no petrol you'll all be crying then wishing there was petrol and i bet you'll be willing to pay £20/L+ when it becomes a luxury!

whats a couple of pennies u tight effers.
In a Geography class in 1985, the teacher advised that Oil would run out in the next 15 years.
30 years later, it still hasn't run out.
I paid 102.9 for petrol yesterday at JET in galston. Diesel was 109.9.
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Ongar BP vs. Tesco price war continues 109.9 petrol 114.9 diesel £1.10

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Only a local deal, if you live/work near Ongar or Abridge See post #12 at bottom page 1 - prices have been going down This was the prices 2 weeks ago BP 114.9 petrol 118.9 diesel (Ongar) Tesco 1…
ant eg Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago14 Comments
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I clicked because I have not heard of either of those places, lol.
2nd Jan 2015, BP 109.9 petrol 111.9 diesel
Latest update (saturday)
BP 112.9 petrol 114.9 diesel (Ongar)
Tesco 112.9 petrol 114.9 diesel (Ongar)
Shell 109.9 petrol 117.9 diesel (Abridge)
Shell Abridge petrol now 111.9 diesel still 118.9 which seems a bit insane
Tesco fighting back, diesel now 115.9, only 2p more per litre than the petrol
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Glitch unleaded 1.119 instead of 1.199 @ BP £1.12

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Price glitch . I'm not sure if this is national
dannyboy007 Avatar2y, 6d agoFound 2 years, 6 days ago16 Comments
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bp regularly do cut pruce fuel days marked by a small sandwich board outside. so it was probably just that.
Derek_Duval
Is this station in richmond?
yes that's the one
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lol im sure it isnt as the pumps and price boards are contolled by each station


Actually prices are sent through by head office straight to the tills the operator then changes the price board. This is how shell do it so bp will probably be the same. However due to local price changes etc the prices are programmed individually per station or area by head office. Won't be national but may be local if there is more than 1 bp in the area
Your digits got me very confused. cold now
Op definitely needs to put which BP station he found this as. It won't be national.
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Cheap day for petrol if ur near the Craig's roundabout @ BP (Stirling) £1.22

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Cheap petrol for people around stirling area. Cheaper than Asda and tesco
juliemc84 Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago10 Comments
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Under £1.20 today for some reason
Great deal drove passed it the other day and it was only. £1.21
Going there today to fill car up, cheapest I've seen it in a long while x
It's not very often Stirling has offers, heat heat x
sainsburys petrol station in Torquay is £1.23
Oil dropped to $88 dollars per barrel yesterday, watch prices drop at the pumps next week?
on my way from Wales.