Tesco Petrol Station Bursledon Southampton (not sure anywhere else) Unleaded 94.9 PENCE A LITRE!!!!!! AND DIESEL 107.9 - HotUKDeals
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Tesco Petrol Station Bursledon Southampton (not sure anywhere else) Unleaded 94.9 PENCE A LITRE!!!!!! AND DIESEL 107.9 £0.94

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Just filled up with £30 and got the gauge right up =) really cheap....noticed a few other garages going cheaper but this is cheapest. Diesel is also cheap at 107.9 a litre Read More
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8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
Just filled up with £30 and got the gauge right up =)

really cheap....noticed a few other garages going cheaper but this is cheapest. Diesel is also cheap at 107.9 a litre
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#1
Quote "Just filled up with £30 and got the gauge right up =) "

Thats fine for you on motorbikes
#2
I got a 1.4 litre vw golf ....so i think nearly filling the gauge was pretty good for £30!
#3
Just seen this as I was driving back from Park Gate. Good spot will go and fill up in the morning many thanks. Have some H&R!!:-D
#4
TANKS :thumbsup:
#5
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrgggggggggghhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!! Not another one!!!!!!!! :shock::shock::shock:
#6
yep tesco last as usual !!!!
#7
i filled today from Shell for 94.9p/L in birmingham
#8
Hahaha OPEC reduce supply by 5% (1.5m barrels a day) and the price still drops. Need to get diesel below £1 a litre now.
#9
new some1 would put a tesco on sooner rather than later. yawn....................
#10
getting tired with all these petrol "deals"
#11
only trying to help....don't see what everyones problem is??

its cheaper than it has been for a while, so why cold??
#12
Trying to help: good on you!

94.9 in Sainsbury's Doncaster today, although 97.9 at Mr T's and all the others. Costing a tenner less to fill the tank than it was a month ago. But still double what it was 10 years ago!
#13
yes it seems to take longer to fill up now! for a change the litres go up quicker now than the pennies on the pump display so it's all good. Wonder how long it'll be before people start storing it?
#14
Yep good old Tesco's it was 112p litre diesel when everyone else was 109p so if its 107p now guess it'll be cheaper elsewhere. Rip off considering it only has to travel 3 miles up the road from the Hamble oil terminal. Independant garage in Aldershot was cheaper!!
1 Like #15
I dont know why this is being voted cold!

Its good that ppl are giving other a heads up on petrol prices, we need to get it whilst it is at this price, what difference does it make that Tesco's was last to drop the prices, its not gonna stop ppl going there is it!

I nearly filled my tank for £30 earlier this evening @ Tesco Stockport & I drive a 1.6 stilo sport!
#16
Dont think we should be filling up to the top in fact I am putting the minimum each time I fill up. Even at .95p.
Why? Because when Brent crude was upto $1.47 a barrel in the height of this summer we were paying around £1.17 a litre. Now its currently trading as low as $0.61 a barrel and we think that .95p is a great price? I'll let you do the maths.
#17
landy888
Dont think we should be filling up to the top in fact I am putting the minimum each time I fill up. Even at .95p.
Why? Because when Brent crude was upto $1.47 a barrel in the height of this summer we were paying around £1.17 a litre. Now its currently trading as low as $0.61 a barrel and we think that .95p is a great price? I'll let you do the maths.


I think you need help with your maths as oil went up all the way to USD $147 during the summer.... and now trading at average $68 or so..... anyway petrol should really be averaging off at around 80p a litre at that price.... however we live in RIP OFF Britain where Gordon and his mates are cashing in on the taxes and killing our banks (and investors - who also pay their taxes)......

I do agree with you though petrol should be much cheaper... and the cheeky b******ds have the cheek to say that they are going to raise fuel duty next year as well as our road taxes!!!! I think they should get a 10 year old kid to run the country I think they will do a better job than Gordon Brown............... He bought on this Boom and now needs money to pay for all the illegal wars... So lets rip off the ordinary folk again.............
banned#18
fionamarina;3281961
I dont know why this is being voted cold!

Its good that ppl are giving other a heads up on petrol prices, we need to get it whilst it is at this price, what difference does it make that Tesco's was last to drop the prices, its not gonna stop ppl going there is it!

I nearly filled my tank for £30 earlier this evening @ Tesco Stockport & I drive a 1.6 stilo sport!

Do we really need store specific petrol deals? If so, then perhaps this site should now be called [url]www.petrolprices.com[/url]

I see thats already been taken ;-)
banned 2 Likes #19
landy888;3282528
Dont think we should be filling up to the top in fact I am putting the minimum each time I fill up. Even at .95p.
Why? Because when Brent crude was upto $1.47 a barrel in the height of this summer we were paying around £1.17 a litre. Now its currently trading as low as $0.61 a barrel and we think that .95p is a great price? I'll let you do the maths.

Heres the maths for you:-

retailer cost of production at $147 a barrel = 36p a litre plus tax of 64p & VAT of 17.5p = £1.175 per litre

retailer cost of production at $68 a barrel = 22p a litre plus tax of 64p & VAT of 15p = £1.01 per litre

So, even if petrol production was free then you would still be paying 75p tax to the government

Now you can see that the petrol companies are not the villains you make out.

Filling up with the bare minimum at 94p per litre is just plain silly as its unlikely to come down much more and chances are now it will start rising again. :x Not to mention the extra costs involved in getting to a petrol station. My time is too important to stand around in petrol station queues on a daily basis lol
#20
csiman
Heres the maths for you:-

retailer cost of production at $147 a barrel = 36p a litre plus tax of 64p & VAT of 17.5p = £1.175 per litre

retailer cost of production at $68 a barrel = 22p a litre plus tax of 64p & VAT of 15p = £1.01 per litre

So, even if petrol production was free then you would still be paying 75p tax to the government

Now you can see that the petrol companies are not the villains you make out.

Filling up with the bare minimum at 94p per litre is just plain silly as its unlikely to come down much more and chances are now it will start rising again. :x Not to mention the extra costs involved in getting to a petrol station. My time is too important to stand around in petrol station queues on a daily basis lol



Mine too! Thanks for that, I'd wondered what the fixed amount per litre in tax was. What's the reason for the different VAT rate between the two prices (or am I being thick? :oops:)
1 Like #21
csiman
Heres the maths for you:-

retailer cost of production at $147 a barrel = 36p a litre plus tax of 64p & VAT of 17.5p = £1.175 per litre

retailer cost of production at $68 a barrel = 22p a litre plus tax of 64p & VAT of 15p = £1.01 per litre

So, even if petrol production was free then you would still be paying 75p tax to the government

Now you can see that the petrol companies are not the villains you make out.

Filling up with the bare minimum at 94p per litre is just plain silly as its unlikely to come down much more and chances are now it will start rising again. :x Not to mention the extra costs involved in getting to a petrol station. My time is too important to stand around in petrol station queues on a daily basis lol


Thank goodness!

A poster who understands the way that the price of a litre of petrol relates to the underlying price of oil. I agree that 94.9p a litre doesn't sound like a bargain but, given how much the govt levy in duty and VAT, it isn't going to get a lot cheaper.
#22
Cold, cheaper last year lol.
banned#23
panddda;3287620
Mine too! Thanks for that, I'd wondered what the fixed amount per litre in tax was. What's the reason for the different VAT rate between the two prices (or am I being thick? :oops:)

VAT is a fixed percentage (17.5%) levied on the retailer cost and the fuel duty (yeah, a tax on a tax! :w00t:).

So when fuel duty goes up by 2p next April, it actually is going up by 2p x 1.175 (2.35p) :x
#24
csiman
VAT is a fixed percentage (17.5%) levied on the retailer cost and the fuel duty (yeah, a tax on a tax! :w00t:).

So when fuel duty goes up by 2p next April, it actually is going up by 2p x 1.175 (2.35p) :x


Is there a reason though why it's 17.5% on the first price in your example above, and 15% on the second? Just curious!
#25
panddda
Is there a reason though why it's 17.5% on the first price in your example above, and 15% on the second? Just curious!


But it wasn't.

17.5% was applied to both.

17.5% of 100p (36+64) equals 17.5p
17.5% of 86p (22+64) equals 15p.
#26
stephenashforth
But it wasn't.

17.5% was applied to both.

17.5% of 100p (36+64) equals 17.5p
17.5% of 86p (22+64) equals 15p.


:thinking:Oh yeah. :oops:

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