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Morrisons cutting fuel prices for 2nd time in 2 weeks - 1p off unleaded and 2p off diesel :D

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Every little helps! Better for petrol to have dropped 2/3p and diesel to have dropped 5/6p rather than it have gone the other way! Hopefully others will follow suit.... Read More
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Every little helps! Better for petrol to have dropped 2/3p and diesel to have dropped 5/6p rather than it have gone the other way!

Hopefully others will follow suit....
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#1
Link to Sun article here
58 Likes #2
If you think petrol is still too expensive, like this post....
#3
I know we are gonna get mixed comments here, but like I said, let's remember it's better to be heading towards £1.30 a litre than hitting £1.40 a litre, even if it delays £1.40 a litre, it's still a good thing.
#4
"Every little helps! " is TESCO

photo is of a TESCO sign

but still hot thanks for the post
#5
cheapest iv seen is 135.9 at both asda and morrisons.

shell coming in at 137.9 and tesco at 139.9 which is surprising.
4 Likes #6
I'd like to see it a bit more expensive. Might just be me though...
2 Likes #7
damn David Cameroon and his greedy intentions

voted hot as this should push other retailers like tesco to pull down on price as well
#8
simba2585
cheapest iv seen is 135.9 at both asda and morrisons.

shell coming in at 137.9 and tesco at 139.9 which is surprising.
Most searches I have done on petrolprices.com are bringing up unleaded prices of 132.9/133.9p and 135.9/136.9p for diesel.
9 Likes #9
The Sun
MORRISONS will today slash petrol prices


how on earth can 1p off a price be called a slash in prices oO
#10
Fecks me off big time to think that the actual cost of filling an average car is about £0.16...........the rest is all the greed added along the way.

Lol'd about the Every little help line, ha, brilliant, and although it's tesco's shout, you're right and this is a good deal. Heat of course.
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i haven't paid more than 133 yet and i fill up twice weekly £120 a month.
doing my bit for the uk government to cut labours deficit
#12
Bloody Tesco dropped theirs by a token amount here a few days back,noticed it had crept back up again this morning.
5P off wys £50 instore my ****.
2 Likes #13
Voted hot, anything is better than nothing.

I had my 1st >90 quid fill up the other day which will get me around 360 miles, (ouch)

I STILL say given that tax has to come from somewhere, i would rather it be on fuel, something which we as consumers can choose to minimise the use off by not driving in gas guzzlers , than other taxes which i cant minimise.

My parents car costs around 30 quid in car tax a year and does 50mpg, whilst still happily doing 85mph on the motorway so driving CAN still be cheap.




Edited By: bigmike20vt on May 23, 2011 16:14
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Gball
Fecks me off big time to think that the actual cost of filling an average car is about £0.16...........the rest is all the greed added along the way.

Lol'd about the Every little help line, ha, brilliant, and although it's tesco's shout, you're right and this is a good deal. Heat of course.

Greed = tax?

Not really, the money goes to running the country.
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bigmike20vt
had my 1st >90 quid fill up the other day which will get me around 360 miles,

I STILL say given that tax has to come from somewhere, i would rather it be on fuel, something which we as consumers can choose to minimise the use off by not driving in gas guzzlers
, than other taxes.

My parents car costs around 30 quid in car tax a year and does 50mph so driving CAN still be cheap.

You know your car has more than 3 gears right?
#16
Paddy_o_furniture

You know your car has more than 3 gears right?


yes...... your point?
#17
Already put over 80 quid petrol this week and that's just general driving:( petrol's a killer! Regular unleaded in West London is around 140.9, cheapest I've seen is 133.9 at ASDA in Hertfordshire.
#18
360 miles for £90???
#19
Paddy_o_furniture
360 miles for £90???



My car is **** on fuel, but i knew that when i bought it, the point is it is a luxury not a necessity and as soon as it gets too expensive to run I will get rid, simple as that. (+shell vpower is over £1.40 a ltr near me)
#20
Cold, it fluctuates this amount during a day anyway.
The consoles tell them what price to sell it at based on local price fixing.
Sometimes it will change 6 times in a day.
#21
Putting supermarket fuel in your tank is a false economy. The quality and grade is so poor, saving a few pennies per litre will pale in comparison to the mechanics' fees you may have to pay.

Ask any mechanic who knows their stuff and they'll tell you the same. Or just Google damage caused to engines by supermarket fuel, there's loads of info out there.

And no, I've not had the issue myself, so it's not a case of trying to spite the supermarkets, I'm just trying to help people!
1 Like #22
I bet this get's really hot even though in reality you're only going to save around 40p on an average car. This is why HUKD gets silly at times
#23
thelagmonster
Putting supermarket fuel in your tank is a false economy. The quality and grade is so poor, saving a few pennies per litre will pale in comparison to the mechanics' fees you may have to pay.

Ask any mechanic who knows their stuff and they'll tell you the same. Or just Google damage caused to engines by supermarket fuel, there's loads of info out there.

And no, I've not had the issue myself, so it's not a case of trying to spite the supermarkets, I'm just trying to help people!


The mechanic I last saw told me for every 4 tanks of supermarket fuel I should fill up with 1 tank vpower (or equivalent) as the supermarket fuels don't have the same detergents. I do this when I remember, just like getting my £5 voucher of morrisons every few weeks.
#24
Gball
Fecks me off big time to think that the actual cost of filling an average car is about £0.16...........the rest is all the greed added along the way.

Lol'd about the Every little help line, ha, brilliant, and although it's tesco's shout, you're right and this is a good deal. Heat of course.

Not really, If the retailers marked up the price like they do the rest of their goods you would currently be paying £2 a ltr.
#25
cold as ****. I see 1p differences everyday, a 5p drop would be the only thing worth noting. I'm emigrating next year off this greedy cesspit anyway so I don't give a ****.
#26
Paddy_o_furniture
thelagmonster
Putting supermarket fuel in your tank is a false economy. The quality and grade is so poor, saving a few pennies per litre will pale in comparison to the mechanics' fees you may have to pay.

Ask any mechanic who knows their stuff and they'll tell you the same. Or just Google damage caused to engines by supermarket fuel, there's loads of info out there.

And no, I've not had the issue myself, so it's not a case of trying to spite the supermarkets, I'm just trying to help people!


The mechanic I last saw told me for every 4 tanks of supermarket fuel I should fill up with 1 tank vpower (or equivalent) as the supermarket fuels don't have the same detergents. I do this when I remember, just like getting my £5 voucher of morrisons every few weeks.


i tend to use detergents for cleaning the floor or toilet. Once cars are nearly all running on electric, what will be paying tax on then? Cos fuel has to be the biggest tax worldwide im sure.. So the fact that gas is going up by 25% this winter or above. Im sure the rest will follow suit and you'll all be getting smaller xmas presents bless.. but the world will be cleaner lol.. like we care aslong as we get cheaper fuel. :)
2 Likes #27
40p guys that's all you'll save hardly hot now is it? If I found a grocery on a special for 40p less it will get cold, but petrol it's hot?!?! Can somebody please explain as I'm at a loss?!?
2 Likes #28
whatyadoinsucka
i haven't paid more than 133 yet and i fill up twice weekly £120 a month.
doing my bit for the uk government to cut labours deficit


Labour's deficit...makes me laugh. Had the GLOBAL recession happened under the watch of Cameron and Co we certainly wouldn't have been in a better position than we are now. After all, it was Cameron who opposed to the fiscal stimulus package that prevented a depression, slowed a decline in GDP and saved jobs.
2 Likes #29
londonstinks
cold as ****. I see 1p differences everyday, a 5p drop would be the only thing worth noting. I'm emigrating next year off this greedy cesspit anyway so I don't give a ****.


Anywhere nice?
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smk77
whatyadoinsucka
i haven't paid more than 133 yet and i fill up twice weekly £120 a month.
doing my bit for the uk government to cut labours deficit

Labour's deficit...makes me laugh. Had the GLOBAL recession happened under the watch of Cameron and Co we certainly wouldn't have been in a better position than we are now. After all, it was Cameron who opposed to the fiscal stimulus package that prevented a depression, slowed a decline in GDP and saved jobs.
Labour had a duty to protect our banks through the FSA and ensure that our financial institutions didn't partake in risky lending. Labour failed to do this & our whole financial system almost collapsed! Labour couldn't run a bath never mind the country!
#31
bigmike20vt
Voted hot, anything is better than nothing.

I had my 1st >90 quid fill up the other day which will get me around 360 miles, (ouch)

I STILL say given that tax has to come from somewhere, i would rather it be on fuel, something which we as consumers can choose to minimise the use off by not driving in gas guzzlers , than other taxes which i cant minimise.

My parents car costs around 30 quid in car tax a year and does 50mpg, whilst still happily doing 85mph on the motorway so driving CAN still be cheap.





Those Yarii are brilliant on fuel. I can't believe how little I have to fill up! X)
1 Like #32
Andy_Gateshead
smk77
whatyadoinsucka
i haven't paid more than 133 yet and i fill up twice weekly £120 a month.
doing my bit for the uk government to cut labours deficit


Labour's deficit...makes me laugh. Had the GLOBAL recession happened under the watch of Cameron and Co we certainly wouldn't have been in a better position than we are now. After all, it was Cameron who opposed to the fiscal stimulus package that prevented a depression, slowed a decline in GDP and saved jobs.

Labour had a duty to protect our banks through the FSA and ensure that our financial institutions didn't partake in risky lending. Labour failed to do this & our whole financial system almost collapsed! Labour couldn't run a bath never mind the country!


Do you really think that the Tories would have prevented risky lending?

Cameron and co wouldn't have protected our banks, they wouldn't have dealt with the situation and we'd be in a much worse situation than we are in now.

I'd love to hear how you'd see the world now had the Tories got into power in 2005...
#33
thelagmonster
Putting supermarket fuel in your tank is a false economy. The quality and grade is so poor, saving a few pennies per litre will pale in comparison to the mechanics' fees you may have to pay.

The fuel that goes to the branded pumps is from the same refiniries as the supermarket fuel so I'm not sure I'd buy into the whole supermarket fuel will EAT YOUR ENGINE!!!!! stories.

132.9 for unleaded at Morrison's in Derby today, cheapest in a few weeks.
2 Likes #34
smk77
Andy_Gateshead
smk77
whatyadoinsucka
i haven't paid more than 133 yet and i fill up twice weekly £120 a month.
doing my bit for the uk government to cut labours deficit


Labour's deficit...makes me laugh. Had the GLOBAL recession happened under the watch of Cameron and Co we certainly wouldn't have been in a better position than we are now. After all, it was Cameron who opposed to the fiscal stimulus package that prevented a depression, slowed a decline in GDP and saved jobs.

Labour had a duty to protect our banks through the FSA and ensure that our financial institutions didn't partake in risky lending. Labour failed to do this & our whole financial system almost collapsed! Labour couldn't run a bath never mind the country!


Do you really think that the Tories would have prevented risky lending?

Cameron and co wouldn't have protected our banks, they wouldn't have dealt with the situation and we'd be in a much worse situation than we are in now.

I'd love to hear how you'd see the world now had the Tories got into power in 2005...



It does seem strange that someone who lives in Newcastle would be so pro Tory. Thatchers little experiment in dismantling one of Europe's most successful manufacturing economies and setting up an unregulated banking and service economy has been shown to have been a complete failure for the majority of us although a minority did very nicely out of it. The Tories haven't yet done a thing to stop the money flooding out of this country into tax havens but are attacking all the universal services. Once gone we will never get them back.
Labour were pretty poor but at least they were elected and had a mandate of sorts. Anyway a penny a litre isn't very exciting

Edited By: Flombard on May 23, 2011 17:56
#35
Is petrol (and diesel) the only thing that Tesco sell for a different price in different towns ?
Why can`t they just have a national price.
Stopped going there as they are always more expensive than the Shell garage virtually opposite.
Morrisons other side of town so no good unless passing.
#36
whatyadoinsucka
i haven't paid more than 133 yet and i fill up twice weekly £120 a month.
doing my bit for the uk government to cut labours deficit

And your best to work against the Tories shameful growth.
#37
Least morrisons have kept the fuel coming down, after asdas announcement a few weeks ago they kindly put their price up last week!
#38
Not in our one. After the first 'reduction', I called there and found it actually went up 1p per litre. I was told if you spend £50 at the till you will get a voucher for 5p off. My brother-in-law called there yesterday and the price still hasn't moved so he went to the Asda which is now 6p per litre cheaper. The store is Port Talbot.
#39
snapdragon
Cold, it fluctuates this amount during a day anyway.
The consoles tell them what price to sell it at based on local price fixing.
Sometimes it will change 6 times in a day.

I'm sure legally the sale price at a fuel station can only change once per day?
#40
Supermarket fuel is just as good as any. Anyone who runs a performance car will tell you that tesco are the only place to get 99 RON super unleaded.

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