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Unleaded petrol at 94.9p per litre( possible (89.9), diesel 107.9 per litre £0.95

£0.95 @ George (Asda George)
Just heard on radio, Asda are reducing petrol to 94.9 per litre. Bit more info. Two of Britain's biggest supermarkets have triggered a new battle in the petrol price war by promising to reduce p…
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Just heard on radio, Asda are reducing petrol to 94.9 per litre.

Bit more info.

Two of Britain's biggest supermarkets have triggered a new battle in the petrol price war by promising to reduce pump prices by 3p per litre to a new low of 94.9p per litre.

J Sainsbury announced it would reduce pump prices to the new level at the vast majority of its stores from tomorrow morning. It added that customers could get a further 5p reduction if they spend £50 in a Sainsbury's store, taking the pump price down to 89.9p.

Asda immediately retaliated with reductions of its own, promising 94.9p nationwide on unleaded petrol and 107.9p per litre on diesel. Asda guaranteed to hold the new prices in place for ten days regardless of the oil price.

(taken from The Times)
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#1
Why cold? Is this not happening?
#2
guilty :-D
#3
the price should actually start to come down in line with prices seen around 2 years ago, the price of oil per barrel now has halved from what it was a few months ago so we should be getting between the 80-90p mark mid eighty pence mark by christmas/new year if not sooner.

I'd say it is a good hot deal. How many of us drivers have complained that the prices were too high? now that they are coming down some are still not happy? lol ....its a hot deal. Simple.
#4
Its going to happen all over the country. Its inevitable and not a really a deal!!! COLD!
#5
not cold really.

where i live the cheapest is still tesco at 103.9p for petrol.

hot from me, even if it is just the heat coming from my enraged head.
#6
"Not a deal" its bloody petrol :x
#7
waterloo
"Not a deal" its bloody petrol :x


Its still cheaper at Asda now than anywhere else.:)
#8
Not a deal - same price almost everywhere. Strange how all these suppliers independently all arrive at the same price - no cartel there then.

Diesel price being kept artificially high to pay for these cuts in petrol.
#9
Vote Cold - Oil is now $63 a barrel yet we have prices in the fourcourt that are nearer $100+.

The price of oil at the forecourt should be regulated as there is serious profiteering taking place.
1 Like #10
look - stop arguing over the politics of the price of fuel - if you want that start a different thread - on the basis above yes it is a "good deal" when you compare it to the fact in some garages it is still over £1.01, so HOT..
#11
went past a Bp 2day 109.9p for unleaded and 250m up the road another Bp selling unleaded for 99.9p :x
#12
Well I'm voting Hot because it's good news!

If it wasn't for this site (and petrolprices.com admittedly) I wouldn't know about this and would keep going to BP and miss out!
[helper]#13
Cold - if Sainsbury are doing it as well then its the going rate and not hot......
#14
Government is supposidly going to be increasing fuel tax so expect to see fuel prices rise a lot in the new year
#15
Yippee!!!! Another bloody petrol post!!! Now all I need is a deal on jerry cans so I can buy up all this cheap petrol for when the price rises again!:thumbsup:
#16
another petrol 'bargain'...its useful info though. I'll vote hot cos petrol burns quite well!
#17
Don't expect it to keep going down in price for too long - http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7685403.stm
#18
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waterloo
"Not a deal" its bloody petrol :x
I agree its petrol!!! They always take take take..... When the price comes down, what do they wont us to! Shake there hands:x:x
#19
PoisonJam;3271938
Well I'm voting Hot because it's good news!

If it wasn't for this site (and petrolprices.com admittedly) I wouldn't know about this and would keep going to BP and miss out!

You could read/watch/listen to the news. It's not exactly a big secret.
#20
even if the oil price goes back up to $70 a barrel petrol should be in the 85-90p a litre range.
#21
VDisillusioned
Don't expect it to keep going down in price for too long - http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7685403.stm


Doesn't it take roughly 8 weeks for the oil bought to reach the petrol pumps as the refined product? 8 weeks ago the price of oil was roughly $100, it's now hovering below $70. I make that another 8 weeks of petrol price reduction then. ;-)
#22
It's been 97.9p at my local Shell all this week and they are always cheaper than elsewhere, so I'll look out for them to drop too!
#23
yeah, I too vote NOT A DEAL
#24
no asda near me :( but for anyone in ealing area the dome at brentford was 101.9p yesterday
#25
Do we really need running updates on this site regarding the price of fuel?
#26
shame tesco dont buck there ideas up and join them!!!
#27
Nice price, I had to topup @ BP for £1.19 ltr....

B
#28
How can anyone say this is not a deal? If you used your braincell you'd know that anything for sale is a deal. The fact that this is cheaper than anywhere else makes it a hot deal. It's not rocket science.
1 Like #29
[COLOR="Blue"]Sad ain't it, I got really excited about paying 114.9p for deisel the other day ! But then I remembered I was paying about 90p this time last year....

At risk of being an anorak...you need to take into account the $/£ exchange rate too as oil is priced in dollars. The pound has weakened to about $1.62 now, compared to about $2 in the summer so that's one of the oil companies "excuses" for not lowering further here, despite the price per barrel more than halving. OPEC will no doubt be looking to cut production to keep the price firm but right now there is still room for lower forecourt prices AND lower electricity and gas prices (about time Gordon Brown started leaning on them).

Fair play to the supermarkets tho for leading the way.

Rant over.....[/COLOR]
#30
tooner;3272256
How can anyone say this is not a deal? If you used your braincell you'd know that anything for sale is a deal. The fact that this is cheaper than anywhere else makes it a hot deal. It's not rocket science.

Cans of coke in the vending machine at work are 50p, that's cheaper than the shop 'round the corner. Doesn't mean its a deal, and just because it's cheaper doesn't mean it's a hot deal :p
#31
People like to know, it's one of the major costs for households around the country - if you don't, don't read the thread - I am sure some people just like complaining.

PS - Cans of coke are not one of the major outlays for most peoples budget
#32
a hot supermarket deal.

Far more useful than all the other shopping balderdash that is posted in this forum. There's a dinted can of economy tomatoes for 5p less in the reduced section at Castleford's asda - everybody post and rush to the store..
#33
Dont forget an extra 2p a litre off at Asda when using one of their credit cards.
#34
utigers;3272531
Dont forget an extra 2p a litre off at Asda when using one of their credit cards.


and hefty interest rates on the Asda CC !!
#35
Cyrus
and hefty interest rates on the Asda CC !!


Pay off the total balance every month then
#36
Great news. Thanks for posting.
#37
ctuk
Cans of coke in the vending machine at work are 50p, that's cheaper than the shop 'round the corner. Doesn't mean its a deal, and just because it's cheaper doesn't mean it's a hot deal :p


I need to buy a can of coke tomorrow. Where is this vending machine?

Angel786
#38
Anyone care to explain why diesel is rapidly approaching a 15% premium over petrol...THEFT
#39
Oh come on, take a good deal when you can. I find all information useful on here.

[url]WWW.PETROLPRICES.CO.UK[/url]

This will give you the cheapest petrol in your searched area. Very very useful, try it.
#40
mikeyw
Anyone care to explain why diesel is rapidly approaching a 15% premium over petrol...THEFT


98% of goods travel by road,99% of wagons delivering the goods run on diesel ,great little earner for this ripp off govt

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