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Texaco fuel price mega drop - 107.5 petrol, 114.5 diesel!

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Just filled up my car at local Texaco garage (Maypole, Birmingham) with prices: £107.5 - petrol & £114.5 - diesel (picture attached) Lowest I have seen so far (without using any coupons)!
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Just filled up my car at local Texaco garage (Maypole, Birmingham) with prices:
£107.5 - petrol & £114.5 - diesel (picture attached)

Lowest I have seen so far (without using any coupons)!
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Mega cold.

Ever since my friend who works in a refinary told me that all fuels will eventually make your car explode I have been buying barrels of oil and distilling my own. No more additives and junk in my engine and much more natural and healthy. My mpg has also doubled and my car performs a lot better.

Edited By: yrreb88 on Dec 28, 2014 17:58
8 Likes
still not seeing the prices passed on during the weekly shop though.
Supermarkets must be saved ££££ in the cheaper prices for transportation, etc. we only seeing the savings on the pumps, not on our weekly grocery bills.

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3 Likes #1
Can I ask somebody to turn the photo, please :)

https://static.hotukdeals.com/images/threads/high-res/2101527_2.jpg

Edited By: MikeT on Dec 28, 2014 15:17: add pic
#2
That's a bargain. still 114p round my way
2 Likes #3
cold - would cost £50 return in fuel to save 3p p/l :p

Just check you local on http://www.petrolprices.com/

Edited By: RickT on Dec 28, 2014 15:12
2 Likes #4
RickT
cold - would cost £50 return in fuel to save 3p p/l :p

Just check you local on http://www.petrolprices.com/

Thanks but still it's the lowest I have seen. Good deal for people living nearby.
#5
RickT
cold - would cost £50 return in fuel to save 3p p/l :p

Just check you local on http://www.petrolprices.com/

More like check your local out of date prices on petrolprices.com

With prices changing so quickly that site just isnt updated regularly enough to keep up
#6
LOL at cold votes!
#7
brilliant price. wish my local stations would come down!
9 Likes #8
Mega cold.

Ever since my friend who works in a refinary told me that all fuels will eventually make your car explode I have been buying barrels of oil and distilling my own. No more additives and junk in my engine and much more natural and healthy. My mpg has also doubled and my car performs a lot better.

Edited By: yrreb88 on Dec 28, 2014 17:58
#9
Good news. I rate Texaco fuel, its my second favourite after Shell.
2 Likes #10
only another 30p to come off , might be somewhere near oil prices then !
8 Likes #11
still not seeing the prices passed on during the weekly shop though.
Supermarkets must be saved ££££ in the cheaper prices for transportation, etc. we only seeing the savings on the pumps, not on our weekly grocery bills.
1 Like #12
yrreb88
Mega cold.

Ever since my friend who works in a refinary told me that all fuels will eventually make your car explode I have been buying barrels of oil and distilling my own. No more additives and junk in my engine and much more natural and healthy. My mpg has also doubled and my car performs a lot better.

pmsl
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yrreb88
Mega cold.

Ever since my friend who works in a refinary told me that all fuels will eventually make your car explode I have been buying barrels of oil and distilling my own. No more additives and junk in my engine and much more natural and healthy. My mpg has also doubled and my car performs a lot better.


Me too. But my car can now fly, turn invisible, and drive itself.
#14
bojangles
still not seeing the prices passed on during the weekly shop though.
Supermarkets must be saved ££££ in the cheaper prices for transportation, etc. we only seeing the savings on the pumps, not on our weekly grocery bills.

lol transportation costs , do you really believe that factors fect all into the price of food ?

i would be surprised if that £1.40 loaf of warburtons costs tesco anymore than 15-20p , utter crap all of it
#15
cheapest 107.7 in my town thanks
#16
Not in thanet 113.9 and 119.9 here :(
#17
My local ESSO 800 meters from my house is £1.14 for diesel and Tesco clubcard points too, so this is cold from me.
1 Like #18
Always use this place on the way to work.
wonder how the BP down the road is still going. This place is always the cheapest around.
1 Like #19
DOWN WITH CARS! DOWN WITH CARS!
banned#20
Why does it take so long to pass down price decreases to customers
1 Like #21
DADDY POP
Not in thanet 113.9 and 119.9 here :(

yep £1.12.9 and £1.20 Birchington shell rip off (opp my house!)
2 Likes #22
londonguy
bojangles
still not seeing the prices passed on during the weekly shop though.
Supermarkets must be saved ££££ in the cheaper prices for transportation, etc. we only seeing the savings on the pumps, not on our weekly grocery bills.

lol transportation costs , do you really believe that factors fect all into the price of food ?

i would be surprised if that £1.40 loaf of warburtons costs tesco anymore than 15-20p , utter crap all of it

well, from being seeded to being on the shelf, fuel was used all the way.

Can I start on Airlines not dropping their fuel charges as well?
#23
Is Texaco organic? I only by organic for my little baby...
2 Likes #24
So... just to get this straight.

If you post a deal that is possibly local to one shop you get flamed to all hell and cold voters come out in their droves, but post a petrol price drop of 8pence or so, which might save you £5 a tank and is limited to one place in the entire country and everyone gets excited and the deal goes hot...?

I'm just as happy as every other driver that prices are going down, but the 'deal' is largely irrelevant to most posters here, I'm surprised it even gets past the mod team.
1 Like #25
londonguy
bojangles
still not seeing the prices passed on during the weekly shop though.
Supermarkets must be saved ££££ in the cheaper prices for transportation, etc. we only seeing the savings on the pumps, not on our weekly grocery bills.

lol transportation costs , do you really believe that factors fect all into the price of food ?

i would be surprised if that £1.40 loaf of warburtons costs tesco anymore than 15-20p , utter crap all of it


Such bull. Why would Warburtons sell their product to make a 10p profit and allow the supermarkets to make 12x that?

Tesco probably buy it for £1.50 and sell it for £1.40 just to get you in the store so you spend money on everything else.
#26
meglaman2000
So... just to get this straight.

If you post a deal that is possibly local to one shop you get flamed to all hell and cold voters come out in their droves, but post a petrol price drop of 8pence or so, which might save you £5 a tank and is limited to one place in the entire country and everyone gets excited and the deal goes hot...?

I'm just as happy as every other driver that prices are going down, but the 'deal' is largely irrelevant to most posters here, I'm surprised it even gets past the mod team.

Don't be bitter.
It's much like the tesco deals that are store specific.
There are a lot of deals irrelevant to most poster's on here for various reasons. Gender being one maybe.
So, if I got that straight, gender specific deals shouldn't be posted either?

Edited By: Holte_ender on Dec 28, 2014 20:01
#27
monogram
londonguy
bojangles
still not seeing the prices passed on during the weekly shop though.
Supermarkets must be saved ££££ in the cheaper prices for transportation, etc. we only seeing the savings on the pumps, not on our weekly grocery bills.

lol transportation costs , do you really believe that factors fect all into the price of food ?

i would be surprised if that £1.40 loaf of warburtons costs tesco anymore than 15-20p , utter crap all of it

Such bull. Why would Warburtons sell their product to make a 10p profit and allow the supermarkets to make 12x that?

Tesco probably buy it for £1.50 and sell it for £1.40 just to get you in the store so you spend money on everything else.

yeah sure they do , if tesco and all the other supermarkets say we don`t want to pay more than 30p a loaf where are warbutons going to sell them then ?

you are forgetting who has the power ,

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/morrisons-turned-away-10000-cornish-pasties-because-delivery-was-late-hunger-report-told-9909540.html

Edited By: londonguy on Dec 28, 2014 21:10
#28
Still 113.9 petrol
#29
londonguy
monogram
londonguy
bojangles
still not seeing the prices passed on during the weekly shop though.
Supermarkets must be saved ££££ in the cheaper prices for transportation, etc. we only seeing the savings on the pumps, not on our weekly grocery bills.

lol transportation costs , do you really believe that factors fect all into the price of food ?

i would be surprised if that £1.40 loaf of warburtons costs tesco anymore than 15-20p , utter crap all of it

Such bull. Why would Warburtons sell their product to make a 10p profit and allow the supermarkets to make 12x that?

Tesco probably buy it for £1.50 and sell it for £1.40 just to get you in the store so you spend money on everything else.

yeah sure they do , if tesco and all the other supermarkets say we don`t want to pay more than 30p a loaf where are warbutons going to sell them ? then ?

you are forgetting who has the power

Tesco would not make £1.20 though - they would have to pay distribution costs, wages, heating, electric, etc.
Warburtons would have similar overheads as well, so cant see it being as cheap as 20p a loaf if they was going to make a profit!
Tesco would also have a % of 'waste'. Would be interesting to see a breakdown on a loaf though... Guess you could go all the way back to the farmer who planted the grain
#30
londonguy
monogram
londonguy
bojangles
still not seeing the prices passed on during the weekly shop though.
Supermarkets must be saved ££££ in the cheaper prices for transportation, etc. we only seeing the savings on the pumps, not on our weekly grocery bills.

lol transportation costs , do you really believe that factors fect all into the price of food ?

i would be surprised if that £1.40 loaf of warburtons costs tesco anymore than 15-20p , utter crap all of it

Such bull. Why would Warburtons sell their product to make a 10p profit and allow the supermarkets to make 12x that?

Tesco probably buy it for £1.50 and sell it for £1.40 just to get you in the store so you spend money on everything else.

yeah sure they do , if tesco and all the other supermarkets say we don`t want to pay more than 30p a loaf where are warbutons going to sell them then ?

you are forgetting who has the power ,

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/morrisons-turned-away-10000-cornish-pasties-because-delivery-was-late-hunger-report-told-9909540.html

Im not forgetting the power. Were not talking about apples and pears. People buy brands and if the brand isnt available they will go elsewhere.

Brands like Coca Cola, Cadbury, Nestle, P&G are in a much stonger position than the supermarkets.
#31
yrreb88
Mega cold.

Ever since my friend who works in a refinary told me that all fuels will eventually make your car explode I have been buying barrels of oil and distilling my own. No more additives and junk in my engine and much more natural and healthy. My mpg has also doubled and my car performs a lot better.

Calm down Professor
1 Like #32
monogram
londonguy
monogram
londonguy
bojangles
still not seeing the prices passed on during the weekly shop though.
Supermarkets must be saved ££££ in the cheaper prices for transportation, etc. we only seeing the savings on the pumps, not on our weekly grocery bills.

lol transportation costs , do you really believe that factors fect all into the price of food ?

i would be surprised if that £1.40 loaf of warburtons costs tesco anymore than 15-20p , utter crap all of it

Such bull. Why would Warburtons sell their product to make a 10p profit and allow the supermarkets to make 12x that?

Tesco probably buy it for £1.50 and sell it for £1.40 just to get you in the store so you spend money on everything else.

yeah sure they do , if tesco and all the other supermarkets say we don`t want to pay more than 30p a loaf where are warbutons going to sell them then ?

you are forgetting who has the power ,

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/morrisons-turned-away-10000-cornish-pasties-because-delivery-was-late-hunger-report-told-9909540.html

Im not forgetting the power. Were not talking about apples and pears. People buy brands and if the brand isnt available they will go elsewhere.

Brands like Coca Cola, Cadbury, Nestle, P&G are in a much stonger position than the supermarkets.

You really think so?
If everyone stopped buying Coke, Dairy Milk, Gold Blend etc etc the manufacturers would be in no position to dictate at all.
I hardly ever buy branded stuff which is a lot more than Own Label etc.
Biggest rip off of them all is clothes.
Is a Nike T shirt really worth 1000% more than one from M&S or Primark?
Only if you have more money than sense.
Brands are for suckers.
#34

Competing with smugglers from Ireland!

Edited By: cfphoenix on Dec 29, 2014 00:47
#35
And who are these idiots still filling up at BP?
#36
mattphaynes
yrreb88
Mega cold.

Ever since my friend who works in a refinary told me that all fuels will eventually make your car explode I have been buying barrels of oil and distilling my own. No more additives and junk in my engine and much more natural and healthy. My mpg has also doubled and my car performs a lot better.

Calm down Professor


http://www.majhost.com/gallery/Ultimatetransfan/Reactions/joke_over_your_head.jpg
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alecb
monogram
londonguy
monogram
londonguy
bojangles
still not seeing the prices passed on during the weekly shop though.
Supermarkets must be saved ££££ in the cheaper prices for transportation, etc. we only seeing the savings on the pumps, not on our weekly grocery bills.

lol transportation costs , do you really believe that factors fect all into the price of food ?

i would be surprised if that £1.40 loaf of warburtons costs tesco anymore than 15-20p , utter crap all of it

Such bull. Why would Warburtons sell their product to make a 10p profit and allow the supermarkets to make 12x that?

Tesco probably buy it for £1.50 and sell it for £1.40 just to get you in the store so you spend money on everything else.

yeah sure they do , if tesco and all the other supermarkets say we don`t want to pay more than 30p a loaf where are warbutons going to sell them then ?

you are forgetting who has the power ,

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/morrisons-turned-away-10000-cornish-pasties-because-delivery-was-late-hunger-report-told-9909540.html

Im not forgetting the power. Were not talking about apples and pears. People buy brands and if the brand isnt available they will go elsewhere.

Brands like Coca Cola, Cadbury, Nestle, P&G are in a much stonger position than the supermarkets.

You really think so?
If everyone stopped buying Coke, Dairy Milk, Gold Blend etc etc the manufacturers would be in no position to dictate at all.
I hardly ever buy branded stuff which is a lot more than Own Label etc.
Biggest rip off of them all is clothes.
Is a Nike T shirt really worth 1000% more than one from M&S or Primark?
Only if you have more money than sense.
Brands are for suckers.


lol generally speaking branded products are better than own label, you can't honestly tell me that a primark t shirt is on a par with a Nike sports shirt, a few cycles in the wash will reveal all you need to know
#38
after staffing, I would have thought transportation costs are the 2nd highest outgoing for supermarkets
#39
i read..Tesco.... :/
#40
alecb
monogram
londonguy
monogram
londonguy
bojangles
still not seeing the prices passed on during the weekly shop though.
Supermarkets must be saved ££££ in the cheaper prices for transportation, etc. we only seeing the savings on the pumps, not on our weekly grocery bills.

lol transportation costs , do you really believe that factors fect all into the price of food ?

i would be surprised if that £1.40 loaf of warburtons costs tesco anymore than 15-20p , utter crap all of it

Such bull. Why would Warburtons sell their product to make a 10p profit and allow the supermarkets to make 12x that?

Tesco probably buy it for £1.50 and sell it for £1.40 just to get you in the store so you spend money on everything else.

yeah sure they do , if tesco and all the other supermarkets say we don`t want to pay more than 30p a loaf where are warbutons going to sell them then ?

you are forgetting who has the power ,

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/morrisons-turned-away-10000-cornish-pasties-because-delivery-was-late-hunger-report-told-9909540.html

Im not forgetting the power. Were not talking about apples and pears. People buy brands and if the brand isnt available they will go elsewhere.

Brands like Coca Cola, Cadbury, Nestle, P&G are in a much stonger position than the supermarkets.

You really think so?
If everyone stopped buying Coke, Dairy Milk, Gold Blend etc etc the manufacturers would be in no position to dictate at all.
I hardly ever buy branded stuff which is a lot more than Own Label etc.
Biggest rip off of them all is clothes.
Is a Nike T shirt really worth 1000% more than one from M&S or Primark?
Only if you have more money than sense.
Brands are for suckers.

Haha! Come back to me when people do decide to swap dairy milk for asda basics...
By the same token, if people stop shopping in a certain supermarket because it lacks some brands, the supermarket can't dictate.
Electronics stores do not stock Apple products because they want to, there's hardly any profit margin for the store. Apple takes it all. But it does build brand loyalty and is a necessity to get people in the door buying warranties, accessories, complementary products.

Edited By: monogram on Dec 29, 2014 08:25

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