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petrol 104.9, diesel 111.9 , spar service station shankill road belfast, fuel supplied by top fuel £104.90

£104.90 @ Spar
petrol prices down yet again. petrol 104.9 diesel 111.9 at spar service station, shankill road belfast fuel supplied by top fuel Read More
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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
petrol prices down yet again.

petrol 104.9
diesel 111.9

at spar service station, shankill road belfast

fuel supplied by top fuel
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#1
Considering the price of a barrel of oil, these prices should be considerably lower, even with this stupid Country's tax policies and rates.

Still it's a good find.
#2
Ceejay1974
Considering the price of a barrel of oil, these prices should be considerably lower, even with this stupid Country's tax policies and rates.

Still it's a good find.

Can you give us a breakdown of the costs of supplying fuel to the forecourt to qualify that please?
#3
Is this not expensive for Belfast?
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androoski
Ceejay1974
Considering the price of a barrel of oil, these prices should be considerably lower, even with this stupid Country's tax policies and rates.

Still it's a good find.

Can you give us a breakdown of the costs of supplying fuel to the forecourt to qualify that please?


Whilst the price of oil has fallen, as oil is traded in dollars - and the dollar has strengthened - the decrease in price for the consumer has been constricted.
#5
androoski
Ceejay1974
Considering the price of a barrel of oil, these prices should be considerably lower, even with this stupid Country's tax policies and rates.

Still it's a good find.

Can you give us a breakdown of the costs of supplying fuel to the forecourt to qualify that please?

Take a look at the reply above this one. ;)
#6
Seems like a good find if you live in Belfast, voted hot anyway. Oil price is still dropping - down to $48.23 a barrel now. I might just wait a day or 2 and no doubt we'll see Asda shaving off another 2p taking it to 103.7p a litre.
#7
Ceejay1974
androoski
Ceejay1974
Considering the price of a barrel of oil, these prices should be considerably lower, even with this stupid Country's tax policies and rates.

Still it's a good find.

Can you give us a breakdown of the costs of supplying fuel to the forecourt to qualify that please?

Take a look at the reply above this one. ;)

I did, it's nonsense.
#8
androoski
Ceejay1974
androoski
Ceejay1974
Considering the price of a barrel of oil, these prices should be considerably lower, even with this stupid Country's tax policies and rates.
Still it's a good find.
Can you give us a breakdown of the costs of supplying fuel to the forecourt to qualify that please?
Take a look at the reply above this one. ;)
I did, it's nonsense.


Only in your head.
#9
Ceejay1974
androoski
Ceejay1974
androoski
Ceejay1974
Considering the price of a barrel of oil, these prices should be considerably lower, even with this stupid Country's tax policies and rates.
Still it's a good find.
Can you give us a breakdown of the costs of supplying fuel to the forecourt to qualify that please?
Take a look at the reply above this one. ;)
I did, it's nonsense.
Only in your head.

Qualify it then, with numbers?
#10
androoski
Ceejay1974
androoski
Ceejay1974
androoski
Ceejay1974
Considering the price of a barrel of oil, these prices should be considerably lower, even with this stupid Country's tax policies and rates.
Still it's a good find.
Can you give us a breakdown of the costs of supplying fuel to the forecourt to qualify that please?
Take a look at the reply above this one. ;)
I did, it's nonsense.
Only in your head.
Qualify it then, with numbers?

If I do, can you prove otherwise ?
#11
Ceejay1974
androoski
Ceejay1974
androoski
Ceejay1974
androoski
Ceejay1974
Considering the price of a barrel of oil, these prices should be considerably lower, even with this stupid Country's tax policies and rates.
Still it's a good find.
Can you give us a breakdown of the costs of supplying fuel to the forecourt to qualify that please?
Take a look at the reply above this one. ;)
I did, it's nonsense.
Only in your head.
Qualify it then, with numbers?

If I do, can you prove otherwise ?

As expected, you cant.

I didn't make any assertion either way to start with. Just questioned yours.

Anyway, turned out as I expected. Now I'm bored and switching off thread notifications.



Edited By: androoski on Jan 10, 2015 19:05
#12
androoski
Ceejay1974
androoski
Ceejay1974
androoski
Ceejay1974
androoski
Ceejay1974
Considering the price of a barrel of oil, these prices should be considerably lower, even with this stupid Country's tax policies and rates.
Still it's a good find.
Can you give us a breakdown of the costs of supplying fuel to the forecourt to qualify that please?
Take a look at the reply above this one. ;)
I did, it's nonsense.
Only in your head.
Qualify it then, with numbers?
If I do, can you prove otherwise ?
As expected, you cant.
I didn't make any assertion either way to start with. Just questioned yours.
Anyway, turned out as I expected. Now I'm bored and switching off thread notifications.


Diddums !

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