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Costco on Waterloo Road is selling unleaded for 99.9p per litre... though you must be a member.

Petrol prices have gone under the £1 per litre mark in Liverpool.

The city's Costco store is now selling unleaded petrol for 99.9p per litre.

The petrol station, which is situated on Waterloo Road on the outskirts of the city centre, is the only Costco fuel site in the country.

The move comes after a petrol station in Birmingham became the first in the country to sell petrol under £1 per litre.
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khan81
But is petrol any good


Not as strong as Stella but you get less of a hangover next morning.

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2 Likes #1
Finally Liverpool have jumped on board the falling price that a few places have done. No mention on the price of diesel.
Yeah I know it's not available to everyone as you need a Costco membership. Just thought if it helps a few people get fuel then that's great. Asda is the second cheapest in Liverpool @ 103.7p for petrol.

Edited By: Poppyj1 on Jan 13, 2015 11:21
#2
But is petrol any good
17 Likes #3
khan81
But is petrol any good


Not as strong as Stella but you get less of a hangover next morning.
#4
Members only.
#5
Then buy a membership. Heat for the heads up op. You've convinced me to renew my membership
#6
Toffeegirl57
Members only.

yep
#7
Diesl 108.9
Photo of their price diplay

Edited By: pennijar on Jan 13, 2015 12:59
1 Like #8
Diesel was 112.9p yesterday, but I think petrol was 102.9, chose the wrong day to fill the tank then :-(
3 Likes #9
Cold, 0.2p cheaper in Birmingham :p

*disclaimer: this is obviously a joke before anyone gets their knickers in a twist*

Edited By: SVRich on Jan 13, 2015 13:01
#10
How do they enforce membership? presenting card before filling? is it more expensive if you are not a member?
3 Likes #11
monogram
How do they enforce membership? presenting card before filling? is it more expensive if you are not a member?

secret hand shake :{
#12
Costco is always a penny or 2 under the cheapest deals in the area although it may take a day for them to put it down should the supermarkets lower there prices.
Been like this since it started
#13
monogram
How do they enforce membership? presenting card before filling? is it more expensive if you are not a member?

The fuel pump requires you scan you membership card then insert your debit card.there is a employee on stand by to help :0)
#14
monogram
How do they enforce membership? presenting card before filling? is it more expensive if you are not a member?

don't know about here but expect its the same in the US you need to swipe your membership card first.
#15
Excellent
2 Likes #16
Anyone noticed if cooking oils have dropped too!?
#17
Good to see its dropped again

Only filled up on Friday as I was passing and it was 104.9

Apparently their petrol is better that supermarket petrol from reading some article a while back
#18
Another idiotic post...
1 Like #19
"Costco on Waterloo Road is selling unleaded for 99.9p per litre"

How much is it on Coronation Street?

Love Costco, heat added!
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saucymonk
Anyone noticed if cooking oils have dropped too!?


No, they tend to secure them quite well to the pallets.
#21
Damit! I filled up the other day at costco 103.9.. Great stuff
1 Like #22
Not bad, but I have seen houses advertised for the same price in Parts of Liverpool .
#23
sibeer
Diesel was 112.9p yesterday, but I think petrol was 102.9, chose the wrong day to fill the tank then :-(

Lbsplawr
Damit! I filled up the other day at costco 103.9.. Great stuff

Why would anyone 'fill' a tank when the price is dropping every day???

Edited By: LesD on Jan 13, 2015 14:38
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LesD
sibeer
Diesel was 112.9p yesterday, but I think petrol was 102.9, chose the wrong day to fill the tank then :-(

Lbsplawr
Damit! I filled up the other day at costco 103.9.. Great stuff

Why would anyone 'fill' a tank when the price is dropping every day???


Maybe because they were going to Scotland / Cornwall etc ;)
2 Likes #25
m5rcc
Another idiotic post...

don't be too hard on yourself!!
#26
Darren9030- so u make several journeys a week partly filling your tank? That would cost you more mate
#27
Sorry not darren.. LesD
#28
*generic anti-scouse post*
#29
Your car would run better with less fuel in it, as you'd be carrying around less weight. It depends how much effort it is to fill a tank and how much you use, we filled half a tank last Monday as I was going nowhere much, will fill it again on Saturday, Diesel looks to have dropped about 4p since then so £2 saving on a full tank.

If I'm taking a long journey, I have to pass an ASDA to get to the motorway, so no effort for me.

Quite easy for Costco to offer cheap fuel as they only have one station and limited customers who are allowed to use it, good publicity and probably not costing them much as fuel is pretty cheap in Liverpool generally.

Bit more difficult for the national chains like ASDA to offer 99p across the country as it costs more to transport, etc.
#30
Lbsplawr
Darren9030- so u make several journeys a week partly filling your tank? That would cost you more mate

I only fill my tank if I have money off per litre. Otherwise I part fill, at the cheapest of the two petrol stations I pass each day. Please explain how this costs me more?
#31
They get their petrol from Shell, I asked them when they first started doing petrol. Heat added!
#32
chrisbass
m5rcc
Another idiotic post...

don't be too hard on yourself!!

Pointless having any of these "deals": prices are constantly changing.

What's idiotic still is people prepared to drive fifteen miles to save 2p/lire on poor quality fuel X)
#33
jonilaal
monogram
How do they enforce membership? presenting card before filling? is it more expensive if you are not a member?

The fuel pump requires you scan you membership card then insert your debit card.there is a employee on stand by to help :0)


wasn't sure if you could fill up then plead ignorance! makes sense now
#34
knack
Lbsplawr
Darren9030- so u make several journeys a week partly filling your tank? That would cost you more mate

I only fill my tank if I have money off per litre. Otherwise I part fill, at the cheapest of the two petrol stations I pass each day. Please explain how this costs me more?


less fuel in your tank = less weight = you actually save money, assuming you don't deviate from your normal routes to fill upq
1 Like #35
Mods should be all over this - it's alright to say no racism or attacks on another's faith but blatantly stereotyping scousers/Liverpool as thieves is bang out of order, bet most of them that are doing it have never even been to the 'pool in their lives. Before you ask - yes I am a scouser but left Liverpool over 20 years ago. Funny thing is, lived in Liverpool and never experienced any robbery/burglary but first day we moved to woolyback land and our house gets turned over whilst my parents went shopping for furnishings !
#36
who do Costco use as their fuel supplier?
#37
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SteadVex
who do Costco use as their fuel supplier?

shell
#38
m5rcc
chrisbass
m5rcc
Another idiotic post...
don't be too hard on yourself!!
Pointless having any of these "deals": prices are constantly changing.
What's idiotic still is people prepared to drive fifteen miles to save 2p/lire on poor quality fuel X)
If the deals are pointless, why keep wasting your time reading and then responding to them?
None of the people I know are stupid enough to do that but I tend to stick with people of a intellectual ability similar to mine. It sound like you do the same thing.
#39
Members Only? Cold I'm afraid
#40
mocmocamoc

Quite easy for Costco to offer cheap fuel as they only have one station and limited customers who are allowed to use it, good publicity and probably not costing them much as fuel is pretty cheap in Liverpool generally.

Bit more difficult for the national chains like ASDA to offer 99p across the country as it costs more to transport, etc.

Doesn't work that way in business or economic, you buy in bulk and save, simple fact of life, transport costs are also irrelevant as most fuel comes from same refineries. The big players should be able to reduce the cost before the guy with 3 petrol stations but I wouldn't discount costco as a small player they buy more fuel than some of the supermarkets here, have petrol stations in the majority of US stores and also across the globe. interesting fact, well we found it interesting, costco is the worlds biggest seller of wine and when you go in they don't normally have the cheap stuff either :)

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