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Sainsburys reduce forecourt fuel prices 110.7p / 117.7p

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Good to see Sainsburys following suit.
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Guys don't use Sainsburys fuel cos my mate who knows someone who picked up a Haynes manual in smiths said that Sainsburys fuel will dissolve your engine. I thought he was joking till I filled my car up once with this and the car exploded after 10miles. I put extreme hyper premium nitro fuel power 2000 from shell in and it was back to normal.
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risky72
I did a test I put £20 in at asda and £20 in another car at sainsburys both at same price in diesel sainsburys by far gives you more miles every time asda lacking but I have heard this several tines

You put another £20 in a different car? Your two cars surely have different MPG ratings, therefore not a fair test?

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However, the forthcoming price drops don't necessarily mean Asda or Sainsbury are the cheapest fuel provider. To find the lowest price in your area, use the website PetrolPrices
4 Likes #2
And lets follow with TESCO, MORRISONS, and all the other supermarkets.
Hope it gets down below the predicted £1 / Lt level as predicted.

And petrolprices.com always lags behind the changes at garages.

Edited By: ICTHUS on Dec 17, 2014 13:09
1 Like #3
Heat cos sainsbuys actually cut there fuel
2 Likes #4
Interested that the price gap between unleaded and diesel is really widening again. Ran diesel cars for 20 years, and changed back to petrol 2 years ago. Not regretted that move once. (but everyone's circumstances and pattern of car usage is different)
1 Like #5
Hope they keep going against each other, about time, thanks op, heat added :)
#6
Sainsburys in Thetford is always 3-5p more than just down the road in bury just because there is no Asda...
[helper] 1 Like #7
Hope it gets down below a quid soon!:D
1 Like #8
More price drops About time!!
#9
Toffees76
More price drops About time!!

yes, it could go a lot lower i think
#10
The cost of fuel also depends on geographic location, the slightly more affluent areas (without discriminating against anyone) will always be a few pence more expensive than other areas.
#11
no ASDA fuel in Worcester, so prices much higher.
2 Likes #12
Super hot :)

ASDA = 35 miles away
Sainsbury's = 0.5 miles away

:):)
2 Likes #13
thatsnotme
The cost of fuel also depends on geographic location, the slightly more affluent areas (without discriminating against anyone) will always be a few pence more expensive than other areas.

I've found it to be the less populated areas to have more expensive fuel due to the overheads at the fuel station.
Good on Asda setting the bar low country wide.
1 Like #14
I did a test I put £20 in at asda and £20 in another car at sainsburys both at same price in diesel sainsburys by far gives you more miles every time asda lacking but I have heard this several tines
1 Like #15
I filled up in Sainsbury's yesterday ffs!! Thanks for the heads up! Heat added!
#16
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/travel/2014/12/asda-to-cut-petrol-prices-again

For drivers filling up at Sainsbury's, pump prices will vary regionally.
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Guys don't use Sainsburys fuel cos my mate who knows someone who picked up a Haynes manual in smiths said that Sainsburys fuel will dissolve your engine. I thought he was joking till I filled my car up once with this and the car exploded after 10miles. I put extreme hyper premium nitro fuel power 2000 from shell in and it was back to normal.
#18
Sainsbury’s has announced that from tomorrow, 18 December, it will be cutting the price of unleaded petrol by 2 pence per litre and diesel by 1 pence per litre across its 298 forecourts. This is the fifth time in three weeks that Sainsbury’s has dropped the price of fuel, offering drivers great value for money in the run up to Christmas.

So my local will bee 114.9 and 121.9. Not anywhere near ASDA. Pah!
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risky72
I did a test I put £20 in at asda and £20 in another car at sainsburys both at same price in diesel sainsburys by far gives you more miles every time asda lacking but I have heard this several tines

You put another £20 in a different car? Your two cars surely have different MPG ratings, therefore not a fair test?
1 Like #20
gibblesuk
However, the forthcoming price drops don't necessarily mean Asda or Sainsbury are the cheapest fuel provider. To find the lowest price in your area, use the website PetrolPrices

PetrolPrices isn't accurate at all, seems very hit or miss if it'll have these low supermarket prices on them.....I've tweeted pics to them.
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Lonestar04
risky72
I did a test I put £20 in at asda and £20 in another car at sainsburys both at same price in diesel sainsburys by far gives you more miles every time asda lacking but I have heard this several tines

You put another £20 in a different car? Your two cars surely have different MPG ratings, therefore not a fair test?

Did you run the tanks dry too? How do you know how much was in the tank to start with and at the end? Did you do identical routes in both cars? Doesn't sound a particularly scientific test!
1 Like #22
Makes u wonder why Shell/BP can keep charging so much for fuel!

My local BP is 115.9 ... thats 5p a litre, so def worth my while driving 6 miles down the road to save nearly a fiver.
#23
I'm waiting for Morrisons to drop as I have a voucher for 20p off every litre..its in date until the 21st of Jan ..anyone got any views on their deisel partner only norm likes to put shell in the car x
#24
Cool, Sainsbury's is the closest for me and Nectar point bonus!
1 Like #25
RCUK
Makes u wonder why Shell/BP can keep charging so much for fuel!

My local BP is 115.9 ... thats 5p a litre, so def worth my while driving 6 miles down the road to save nearly a fiver.

To save nearly a fiver? If you put 50 litres in, you "save" £2.50... Not really worth driving 6 miles further unless you are going that way anyway! Add another 6 miles back otherwise.

Agreed though that the others are overpriced, but then they solely focus on petrol so need bigger profits on it.

Edited By: Firefly1 on Dec 17, 2014 14:35
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macphist0
gibblesuk
However, the forthcoming price drops don't necessarily mean Asda or Sainsbury are the cheapest fuel provider. To find the lowest price in your area, use the website PetrolPrices

PetrolPrices isn't accurate at all, seems very hit or miss if it'll have these low supermarket prices on them.....I've tweeted pics to them.

It's an email harvesting site with a side-line in displaying inaccurate fuel prices.

I remember when they started, give us your email address for spam and in return you'll receive a non-existent fuel discount card.
#27
I live near a morrisons / Asda / Tesco petrol station & sainsburys is allways cheaper than the rest
#28
RCUK
Makes u wonder why Shell/BP can keep charging so much for fuel!

My local BP is 115.9 ... thats 5p a litre, so def worth my while driving 6 miles down the road to save nearly a fiver.

Marketing and company fuel cards. Once people stop believing the hype the prices will drop further for them.
#29
Esso in my area is 115.9 I would happily pay an extra 6p a litre to avoid supermarket fuel - also you get club card points. Also you get bettter MPG - if only Esso did 98 Ron.
#30
Cold...only following Asda. Be better to see them lead by example
#31
RCUK
Makes u wonder why Shell/BP can keep charging so much for fuel!My local BP is 115.9 ... thats 5p a litre, so def worth my while driving 6 miles down the road to save nearly a fiver.

My local Shell, unleaded is £111.9, cheaper then any supermarket but diesel is cheaper elsewhere.
#32
My Sainsbury's (Wigan) haven't matched Asda in ages and it's only just over 1 mile away. At best it will be 1p above the Asda price. Not voted either way.
#33
good find OP
1 Like #34
If it goes below a £1 I'm going to start burying barrels of it in the garden!!
#35
Guys, they're not matching Asda's prices; they're matching Asda's reduction.
#36
Lonestar04
risky72
I did a test I put £20 in at asda and £20 in another car at sainsburys both at same price in diesel sainsburys by far gives you more miles every time asda lacking but I have heard this several tines

You put another £20 in a different car? Your two cars surely have different MPG ratings, therefore not a fair test?

And they made sure they stopped at junctions for the same amount of time, pressed the accelerator with equal pressure at all times, drove the same speed and same roads until the £20 was used up in both :)
1 Like #37
Heat added for the info, but what copy cats sainsburys are lol, good for all car users though, options are great to have
#38
ken-doh
Esso in my area is 115.9 I would happily pay an extra 6p a litre to avoid supermarket fuel - also you get club card points. Also you get bettter MPG - if only Esso did 98 Ron.
Ron is getting on then nearly a ton son :p
#39
No he's using the forecourt to turn around... he thinks he's Rod Stewart!
#40
risky72
I did a test I put £20 in at asda and £20 in another car at sainsburys both at same price in diesel sainsburys by far gives you more miles every time asda lacking but I have heard this several tines
How very unscientific.

Different road conditions, different car, different tyres I assume too? Different traffic levels - Your test means nothing whatsoever.

I implore you to drink a litre of petrol, maybe you'll get more mileage out of that.

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