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MORRISONS - At least 4p Fuel Cuts - Cut DIESEL Prices by 3p & PETROL Prices *NATIONWIDE*

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Morrisons said it would be reducing petrol by at least 1p a litre and diesel by 3p a litre from Tuesday. At least 4p cuts alltogether! Morrisons petrol director Mark Todd said: "Wholesale fuel pr… Read More
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banned6y, 2w agoFound 6 years, 2 weeks ago
Morrisons said it would be reducing petrol by at least 1p a litre and diesel by 3p a litre from Tuesday. At least 4p cuts alltogether!

Morrisons petrol director Mark Todd said: "Wholesale fuel prices are coming down and at Morrisons we always want to pass on savings as soon as we can."

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/supermarkets-cut-petrol-prices-160025531.html
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#1
Rock on,
banned 26 Likes #2
What a complete and utter crock of ****.

Current petrol prices nowhere near reflect actual oil prices. We've been getting shafted by the petrol companies for years now, with them blaming the wars in the middle east when in reality they have made nowhere near as big an impact on oil prices as they're making out.

'Giving us 3p a litre back' when they've been screwing us for many, many times more than that is not a good deal.

Cold as ice.


Edited By: Anarchist on May 09, 2011 20:27: typo
#3
Just as Tesco bring in their 5p off £50 voucher. The lower it goes the better!
9 Likes #4
Anarchist
What a complete and utter crock of ****.

Current petrol prices nowhere near reflect actual oil prices. We've been getting shafted by the petrol companies for years now, with them blaming the wars in the middle east when in reality they have made nowhere near as bit an impact on oil prices as they're making out.

'Giving us 3p a litre back' when they've been screwing us for many, many times more than that is not a good deal.

Cold as ice.

So you would rather pay more then eh?

Yes none of us like high fuel prices but a reduction is better than nothing and certainly not a reason to vote this cold
banned 1 Like #5
jase.2
Anarchist
What a complete and utter crock of ****.

Current petrol prices nowhere near reflect actual oil prices. We've been getting shafted by the petrol companies for years now, with them blaming the wars in the middle east when in reality they have made nowhere near as bit an impact on oil prices as they're making out.

'Giving us 3p a litre back' when they've been screwing us for many, many times more than that is not a good deal.

Cold as ice.


So you would rather pay more then eh?

Yes none of us like high fuel prices but a reduction is better than nothing and certainly not a reason to vote this cold


Every Penny Helps
13 Likes #6
Anarchist
What a complete and utter crock of ****.

Current petrol prices nowhere near reflect actual oil prices. We've been getting shafted by the petrol companies for years now, with them blaming the wars in the middle east when in reality they have made nowhere near as bit an impact on oil prices as they're making out.

'Giving us 3p a litre back' when they've been screwing us for many, many times more than that is not a good deal.

Cold as ice.

It's hard to put the blame on the oil companies when you look at the actual breakdown of the petrol price at the pump:

http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lf9w0kb8Md1qeh18e.jpg
2 Likes #7
Anarchist
What a complete and utter crock of ****.

Current petrol prices nowhere near reflect actual oil prices. We've been getting shafted by the petrol companies for years now, with them blaming the wars in the middle east when in reality they have made nowhere near as bit an impact on oil prices as they're making out.

'Giving us 3p a litre back' when they've been screwing us for many, many times more than that is not a good deal.

Cold as ice.

Surely you Anarchists dont buy petrol for cars ..I though you set out to reclaim the roads ? fuelfor petrol bombs maybe so you will only need a few litres :p
1 Like #8
Result! I almost filled up today, but thought I would hang on an extra day just incase supermarkets started a price-war!

Just about got enough fuel in the tank to get to work, and Morrisons at lunchtime!
13 Likes #9
Up like a rocket, down like a feather. **** this country.
8 Likes #10
wow 1p off on petrol.....they put it up 2p in the week just gone (_;)

Edited By: leilahfun on May 09, 2011 20:09
#11
R.O.B trying to fool the masses AGAIN...

I pressed COLD & it got hotter !!! ( from 233 to 244 )



Edited By: ssvirk on May 09, 2011 20:12
7 Likes #12
About time the road blocks started again!
4 Likes #13
Yes, it is nice that prices are coming down - but isn't it suspicious that they are doing it the day the 6p/litre off with a 40 pound spend promotion has expired? If they really wanted to give us low prices, they could have done it for the weekend.

Don't be fooled, companies are not in the business of bringing prices down. Customers are.
#14
ASDA deal is better, why is this so hot?

leilahfun
wow 1p off on petrol.....they put it up 2p in the week just gone (_;)
15 Likes #15
I'm having my car converted to run on cocaine, cant afford these petrol price any more.
banned 2 Likes #16
MrPuddington
Yes, it is nice that prices are coming down - but isn't it suspicious that they are doing it the day the 6p/litre off with a 40 pound spend promotion has expired? If they really wanted to give us low prices, they could have done it for the weekend.

Don't be fooled, companies are not in the business of bringing prices down. Customers are.


It's almost like the companies are trying to make money oO
5 Likes #17
Awsome. My car takes 46 litres to fill. Thats a whopping saving of.........46p ... Hmm well worth celerbrating.. NOT!!
3 Likes #18
rhodyate
Down with Cameron and his Nazi party

You do realise that the Conservative-Lib Dem coalition cancelled some fuel duty rises, delayed others, and managed to actually cut fuel tax in the 2011 budget?

Go look at a chart of fuel duty prices under the last Labour administration - it was their favourite tax to put up.
banned 4 Likes #19
Anarchist
So why are you happily bending over to receive a shafting everytime you need to drive anywhere?


You should buy your own car rather than borrowing whoever's car it is you're using.
#20
The problem has always been, as soon as OIL goes up, we see an increase in Petrol instantly, when the OIL goes back down, we're still paying the same higher price for about 7-10 days later. I still think they should standardise Petrol prices because the difference in a 10/15/20 mile radius is sometimes over 5p a litre (sold by Tesco for example) which is just wrong.

a penny off is always good news anyway, but nx week it will probably be 2p more expensive anyway :)
4 Likes #21
DBXdarkangel
Awsome. My car takes 46 litres to fill. Thats a whopping saving of.........46p ... Hmm well worth celerbrating.. NOT!!

use it to buy a stamp and stick it on a letter telling david cameron hes a bellend, money well spent
3 Likes #22
who remembers the fuel protests'..."Up the Revolution comrades..."
http://thethirdestate.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/Citizen_smith-300x225.jpg
banned 3 Likes #23
Wowhats
who remembers the fuel protests'..."Up the Revolution comrades..."
http://thethirdestate.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/Citizen_smith-300x225.jpg

Freedom for Tooting!
#24
Yay!

3p/litre. Will save so much money!

Cold.
#25
Freedom from my wife!
1 Like #26
Well asda are doing 4p a litre so Morrisons is cold.
banned#27
FilthAndFurry
Anarchist
So why are you happily bending over to receive a shafting everytime you need to drive anywhere?

You should buy your own car rather than borrowing whoever's car it is you're using.

You should grow a milk sardine taken to the young table fourteen laser book.

See, I can also make completely random, nonsensical posts. Good eh?
banned#28
at least were getting something off for a change lol
#29
3p what a joke lmao.
#30
Oh FFS I've only just come back from filling up, 52 litres at 3p saved if I'd seen this thread and waited till the morning.

Regardless of the amount I'd rather it was in my pocket than anyone else's.

Heat added.
#31
Anarchist
FilthAndFurry
Anarchist
So why are you happily bending over to receive a shafting everytime you need to drive anywhere?

You should buy your own car rather than borrowing whoever's car it is you're using.

You should grow a milk sardine taken to the young table fourteen laser book.

See, I can also make completely random, nonsensical posts. Good eh?

Yes but yours is nowhere near as funny :D

Edited By: Geemac on May 09, 2011 23:48: can,t spell
#32
Anarchist
FilthAndFurry
Anarchist
So why are you happily bending over to receive a shafting everytime you need to drive anywhere?


You should buy your own car rather than borrowing whoever's car it is you're using.


You should grow a milk sardine taken to the young table fourteen laser book.

See, I can also make completely random, nonsensical posts. Good eh?

His post does make sense though :|
banned#33
why dont we strike, if students can why not us? saving 40p on full tank is crap cant buy a bag of crisps or chocolate they might as well give that in stead!! , iv got a 1.4 petrol takes £60 to fill up!!! how hot is that, thats doesnt last me long does 340 miles
banned#34
Anarchist
jase.2
So you would rather pay more then eh?

Yes none of us like high fuel prices but a reduction is better than nothing and certainly not a reason to vote this cold

So if I stole your dog, then sent you his collar back in the post so you could reuse it, would you be happy about me stealing your dog?

No, you f**king wouldn't be. So why are you happily bending over to receive a shafting everytime you need to drive anywhere?
Shafting?
Oooh ! oO
2 Likes #35
have to admit that with the cost so high now I've really changed how i drive, much slower and smoother, with gentle acceleration... feel sorry for those behind me though...oO
1 Like #36
what a bummer, my car runs on diesel, what's this new deisel stuff?
#37
YAY The government is giving us a few pence back...
#38
Think of it as forcing them to save money! =D

nerajs
have to admit that with the cost so high now I've really changed how i drive, much slower and smoother, with gentle acceleration... feel sorry for those behind me though...oO
1 Like #39
The funny thing is, even a full tank at 50 litres would save you 3p x 50 = £1.50

Andddd the fact they have put it up 2p in the past few weeks means you are actually saving about 50p!

I know people that are actually stupid enough to drive out of their way to go to a Morrisons to save 3p a litre, when honestly it would cost more in petrol to get there then to pay the 3p more at their local petrol station!

Plus I only use Shell, not dirty supermarket petrol :{
3 Likes #40
Oil prices shot up and then back down so why have prices at the pump still remained up?

http://img.thisismoney.co.uk/i/pix/2010/02/brent_600x439.jpg

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