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Unleaded 110.9 & diesel 117.9 @ Texaco on A41 Grindley Brook, nr Whitchurch £1.10

£1.10 @ Texaco
Found today on the A41 on the Cheshire/Shropshire border Unleaded 110.9 Diesel 117.9 Read More
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
Found today on the A41 on the Cheshire/Shropshire border

Unleaded 110.9
Diesel 117.9
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6 Likes #1
How much was a bunch of flowers and a Yorkie?
#2
How far is that away from BT20 postcode ?
1 Like #3
Hasn't Grindley Brook always been on the Cheshire/Shropshire border? Was it lost?
#4
Are the <£1 a litre coming back?!
#5
Considering Brent Crude price at five year low $60ish barrel fuel prices are not coming down fast enough. It should hit under £1 unleaded mark soon.
Seems everyone involved incl. UK Govt. are taking their time to pass on the saving to public. fingers crossed!
#6
When the retailers bought the fuel it wasn't at the price it is now.

adi0604
Considering Brent Crude price at five year low $60ish barrel fuel prices are not coming down fast enough. It should hit under £1 unleaded mark soon.
Seems everyone involved incl. UK Govt. are taking their time to pass on the saving to public. fingers crossed!
1 Like #7
Lower Fuel Prices will bring down inflation, which will help the economy grow faster

Last time it dropped was in December 2008 which went down to $40 a barrel

AA Fuel Reports show;

October 2008
Petrol 106.4 p/litre
Diesel 117.7 p/litre
Oil $67.15 / barrel

November 2008
Petrol 94.9 p/litre
Diesel 108.8 p/litre
Oil $49.94 / barrel

December 2008
Petrol 89.48 p/litre
Diesel 101.93 p/litre
Oil $48.56 / barrel

January 2009
Unleaded 86.6 p/litre
Diesel 98.7 p/litre
Oil $44.91 / barrel






Edited By: simon-c on Dec 13, 2014 20:37: AA Reports
#8
I saw this fuel station today and stopped in for diesel!!
1 Like #9
Mohamud will have to sell City if it gets any lower X)
1 Like #10
Civic EG6
When the retailers bought the fuel it wasn't at the price it is now.

adi0604
Considering Brent Crude price at five year low $60ish barrel fuel prices are not coming down fast enough. It should hit under £1 unleaded mark soon.
Seems everyone involved incl. UK Govt. are taking their time to pass on the saving to public. fingers crossed!

Have you noticed they are quick to put it up though even if they bought the fuel at a lower price.
#11
Invasions and calls for democracy on hold.
1 Like #12
Once it gets down to £1 a litre, the Supermarkets will be discussing with European standards to reduce the size of a Litre, so they can maintain the £1 price, yet reduce the size. :)
#13
Awesome price, still £1.21.9p at the Esso in Eye near Peterborough . Heat added. Will be in the Birmingham area next weekend & hopefully will find something cheaper than here :)
banned#14
Texaco, BP, gulf, shell, jet charge about 5p more than supermarkets.
Our BP and gulf are selling diesel for 125.9!
#15
Only £5.04 a Gallon for petrol absolute bargain !:)
#16
simon-c
Lower Fuel Prices will bring down inflation, which will help the economy grow faster

Last time it dropped was in December 2008 which went down to $40 a barrel

AA Fuel Reports show;

October 2008
Petrol 106.4 p/litre
Diesel 117.7 p/litre
Oil $67.15 / barrel

November 2008
Petrol 94.9 p/litre
Diesel 108.8 p/litre
Oil $49.94 / barrel

December 2008
Petrol 89.48 p/litre
Diesel 101.93 p/litre
Oil $48.56 / barrel

January 2009
Unleaded 86.6 p/litre
Diesel 98.7 p/litre
Oil $44.91 / barrel

Yes but you are ignoring the exchange rate, back in 2007 the £ peaked at around $2.10 and has been falling since, now it is $1.57, quite a difference, which is one of the reasons it won't get that low. Also, there have been some fuel duty increases since then too.



#17
cold because its not a deal for me.
#18
Gonna book my ferry shortly and I`ll be over soon!
2 Likes #19
SFconvert
simon-c
Lower Fuel Prices will bring down inflation, which will help the economy grow faster

Last time it dropped was in December 2008 which went down to $40 a barrel

AA Fuel Reports show;

October 2008
Petrol 106.4 p/litre
Diesel 117.7 p/litre
Oil $67.15 / barrel

November 2008
Petrol 94.9 p/litre
Diesel 108.8 p/litre
Oil $49.94 / barrel

December 2008
Petrol 89.48 p/litre
Diesel 101.93 p/litre
Oil $48.56 / barrel

January 2009
Unleaded 86.6 p/litre
Diesel 98.7 p/litre
Oil $44.91 / barrel

Yes but you are ignoring the exchange rate, back in 2007 the £ peaked at around $2.10 and has been falling since, now it is $1.57, quite a difference, which is one of the reasons it won't get that low. Also, there have been some fuel duty increases since then too.




Mid 2009
Exchange £-$ 1.60mark
Fuel £1.02
Crude $60/barrel (almost same price as today)

I am hopeful on bit more drop, well probably once all the major players decides anyway.

Edited By: adi0604 on Dec 13, 2014 22:18
banned#20
cheers i am in pa8 7je..........................................................
#21
hot I'm going to drive up there from London to get this deal

oh wait...
1 Like #22
when a barrel of oil on the market gone up $1 we had fuel price increase 1-5 pence per litre but when barrel gone down from $120 to $59 we have price reduction only 1-5 pence per litre ?!?
1 Like #23
tightar5e
Once it gets down to £1 a litre, the Supermarkets will be discussing with European standards to reduce the size of a Litre, so they can maintain the £1 price, yet reduce the size. :)
haha yes, shrinkflation
#24
It won't come down that far. Oil tycoons are too f+cking greedy
#25
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markinealing
Are the <£1 a litre coming back?!
never. Government will pump extra tax to make it around £1:20 soon.

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