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Morrisons Petrol capped at a maximum £109.9ppl and receive a 10ppl voucher off fuel when you spend £50 or more instore making petrol 99.9p with the voucher ,

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Morrisons Petrol capped at a maximum Price of £109.9 at all of it's 333 petrol stations from Monday, Also receive a 10ppl voucher off fuel when you spend £50 or more instore from Monday making petro… Read More
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Morrisons Petrol capped at a maximum Price of £109.9 at all of it's 333 petrol stations from Monday, Also receive a 10ppl voucher off fuel when you spend £50 or more instore from Monday making petrol 99.9p with the voucher.

The discount, down from 109.9p, is for shoppers who spend £50 or more.

It will be available from tomorrow, with supermarket rivals expected to slash prices further.

Morrisons says the offer will run from November 21 to December 3. Customers who spend £50 or more in participating stores will receive a voucher that will allow them to pay the lower price.

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£109.9 ? Don't you mean 109.9p

Massive difference

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#1
already been that price a fee days now
#2
po57405k
already been that price a fee days now


Not in my local store £111.9 last night
#3
po57405k
already been that price a fee days now
+1
#4
Diesel yesterday 111.7 at my store
1 Like #5
Didn't get voucher on our big shop yesterday - is that offer starting tomo too?
1 Like #6
goldy12
po57405k
already been that price a fee days now


Not in my local store £111.9 last night


its 109.9 and 110.9 for diesel in Kettering and some other places.
#7
po57405k
goldy12
po57405k
already been that price a fee days now
Not in my local store £111.9 last night
its 109.9 and 110.9 for diesel in Kettering and some other places.

Great it will be that at my local store by tomorrow also,
Currently the same price as the local Sainsbury's with me. £113.9 diesel & £111.9 Petrol
#8
No supermarket petrol stations near me = 115.9 for unleaded and 118.9 for diesel (and that's after 2p cut this week)
21 Likes #9
£109.9 ? Don't you mean 109.9p

Massive difference
#10
Asda put it down 2p then a few days later up a penny to £1.10.7 by us.still a lot better than the near £1.30 days.
2 Likes #11
krisward7955
£109.9 ? Don't you mean 109.9p

Massive difference


picky but funny
2 Likes #12
106.9p in Costco.


Edited By: migavupe on Nov 20, 2016 13:27: .
1 Like #13
migavupe
£106.9 in Costco.
It might be that price in about 20 years. but 106.9p is a good price for today.
3 Likes #14
Brexit :{
1 Like #15
Pity the big petrol companies - Esso Shell, BP etc haven't reduced their prices similarly.

Thieves!
#16
paulpso
migavupe
£106.9 in Costco.
It might be that price in about 20 years. but 106.9p is a good price for today.
What?
#17
migavupe
paulpso
migavupe
£106.9 in Costco.
It might be that price in about 20 years. but 106.9p is a good price for today.
What?


You said £106 not 106p massive difference.
1 Like #18
krisward7955
migavupe
paulpso
migavupe
£106.9 in Costco.
It might be that price in about 20 years. but 106.9p is a good price for today.
What?
You said £106 not 106p massive difference.
Doh! My mistake.
#19
Always makes me chuckle a little when I see the price of petrol/diesel. Don't miss it one bit. Ditched my petrol car in January for an EV - same price as my previous car lease + petrol at £1/litre for a far better car.

Good deal though. TBH EVs aren't cheaper, they're just a tax dodge. Government grants + no VED + tax on fuel is only 5%. Even out the tax burden and it wouldn't be cheaper. Cheers for subsidising my transportation, taxpayers 8)


Edited By: satchef1 on Nov 20, 2016 13:39
1 Like #20
bloddy hell ! just woke up, what happened to the word overnight for the petrol prices to go up by 100 times ? oO
#21
flamethrower
bloddy hell ! just woke up, what happened to the word overnight for the petrol prices to go up by 100 times ? oO


I blame the maths teachers at school
3 Likes #22
flamethrower
bloddy hell ! just woke up, what happened to the word overnight for the petrol prices to go up by 100 times ? oO
I find it more shocking that you just woke up.
#23
Why with oil so cheap is petrol/diesel so high...

No where is there a bigger monopoly than barrel$ of oil

If they took the tax and ploughed it into public transport we would really be getting somewhere.
#24
krisward7955
flamethrower
bloddy hell ! just woke up, what happened to the word overnight for the petrol prices to go up by 100 times ? oO

I blame the maths teachers at school


Well primary teachers are hardly subjected to intense scrutiny per child and how they are progressing every child under their leadership, also this one jack of all trades teaching is so 19hundreds educational system, planet earth has evolved and UK education has been stalling for decades. Aint no government/party in 50 years evolved education past the Victorian structure, except from removing physical punishment (and more physical exercise). Welcome to a booming prebrexit Britain, lets see how this all pans out... X)
#25
Petrol should be 90p maximum, good job my car does 60mpg.
1 Like #26
winningchip
Pity the big petrol companies - Esso Shell, BP etc haven't reduced their prices similarly.
Thieves!
But with the real petrol station prices you wont need a bottle of Redex fuel line cleaner about every 6 fills,like you will with cheap supermarket prices
2 Likes #27
Morrisons sell just the worst **** fuel you can possibly buy. I'm surprised they can legally call it petrol/diesel. You'll save your 2p a litre but get a significantly worse mpg. Total false economy.
#28
djh1975
Petrol should be 90p maximum, good job my car does 60mpg.

are you from sillyfartsville?
#29
Urzrkymn
Morrisons sell just the worst **** fuel you can possibly buy. I'm surprised they can legally call it petrol/diesel. You'll save your 2p a litre but get a significantly worse mpg. Total false economy.

exactly the same petrol as sold in Esso
3 Likes #30
Love Morrison's,brings out the fuel scientists with no evidence....
#31
seaniboy
Why with oil so cheap is petrol/diesel so high...

No where is there a bigger monopoly than barrel$ of oil

If they took the tax and ploughed it into public transport we would really be getting somewhere.

because 85% of what you pay is taxes
#32
luvsadealdealdeal
seaniboy
Why with oil so cheap is petrol/diesel so high...
No where is there a bigger monopoly than barrel$ of oil
If they took the tax and ploughed it into public transport we would really be getting somewhere.
because 85% of what you pay is taxes
I know ;) it was a common hypothetical question, fact and resolution - plough that tax solely into public transport services and hey more people will have a travelpass with reliable service not a pollutant outside the door, win/win ;)

I for one think road tax should be a monthly expensive lifted by PAYE, £50 for those in tax, £75 for higher tax payers more for any higher brackets - generally the more money one has the more they use the roads because fuel poverty of any kind is just a fairytale to most them. Road use is overused & underfunded, companies esp should pay higher per vehicle and force them to use rail more to drop off points and allow use of vehicles local/regional - the main roads are full of trucks, a public body company should be pulling rail freight for non profit as a environmental and road damage issue, but every government just keeps buying expensive road 'plaster' repairs.







Edited By: seaniboy on Nov 20, 2016 19:44: edit
#33
healthandsafety
Love Morrison's,brings out the fuel scientists with no evidence....

Except a fleet of vehicles with significantly worse mpg when we switched to Keyfuels fuel cards and used Morrisons to fill up...

Ask a taxi driver in your town if he uses Morrisons fuel.

Edited By: Urzrkymn on Nov 20, 2016 19:39
#34
Morrisons must be watering the petrol down judging by some of the comments on here
oO
#35
Urzrkymn
healthandsafety
Love Morrison's,brings out the fuel scientists with no evidence....

Except a fleet of vehicles with significantly worse mpg when we switched to Keyfuels fuel cards and used Morrisons to fill up...

Ask a taxi driver in your town if he uses Morrisons fuel.


most taxi drivers do short journeys and leave their engines idling for long periods of time to keep warm!
#36
winningchip
Morrisons must be watering the petrol down judging by some of the comments on here
oO


proof?
banned#37
cobrastang
winningchip
Pity the big petrol companies - Esso Shell, BP etc haven't reduced their prices similarly.
Thieves!
But with the real petrol station prices you wont need a bottle of Redex fuel line cleaner about every 6 fills,like you will with cheap supermarket prices


putting redex into your tank every 6 fills is still cheaper than paying 5-10p a litre extra for BP or Shell.

Also, there is no evidence that their fuel offers anything better.
It all comes out of the same refinery and the only difference is additives, often so minute, it's barely detected by tests.

I suppose you've done your research rather than listening to the local drunk? Thought not.
banned#38
healthandsafety
winningchip
Morrisons must be watering the petrol down judging by some of the comments on here
oO

proof?
There is none. They are just sh1tposting.
2 Likes #39
its all the same fuel, there are 6 refineries in the uk and all pick up the fuel from the same pump at the refinery, please just buy the cheap stuff as its all the same, duty of fuel is everything above 48p is before vat, 12p for vat, everything above 60p a litre is duty to the government to employee people who just pretend to work and push paper about
#40
morrig
Asda put it down 2p then a few days later up a penny to £1.10.7 by us.still a lot better than the near £1.30 days.


Yeah that will be the price in a few months once more, can't have the people not paying their taxes

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