Asda Diesel Now 99.7p
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Asda Diesel Now 99.7p

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Found 3rd Jan 2015
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excellent is this national?
If it's posted on their Twitter account so I would expect so
Why the cold votes?
you don't say where
Let's hope it's national
SweatySock

Let's hope it's national



Yes is national - starts tomorrow according to the press release
your.asda.com/pre…und
It is national from tomorrow
Chanchi32

Yes is national - starts tomorrow according to the press … Yes is national - starts tomorrow according to the press releasehttp://your.asda.com/press-centre/asda-first-to-drop-diesel-below-one-pound



​its been 99p at Costco for ages
long may it keep falling and stay at this sort of level where it should be!
salahwrexham

Why the cold votes?

definitely a hot deal. There are just some unhappy people on here !
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salahwrexham

Why the cold votes?



​Probably cos there are "deals" about fuel every day. Not only that the oil prices are at a 20year low so we should be paying way less than this but somebody somewhere is taking the Mick.

Have you noticed the very second prices go up all garages instantly put up prices, yet when prices go down they slowly reduce prices over periods of weeks?

Yes these prices are good for the motorists however they should be even better.
Asda finally going to catch up on the rest of the country, bet its not at mine we are always last.
Off topic, strange how Gas for the homes a byproduct of crude oil hasn't moved downwards in price.
everywhere else in the world diesel costs less than petrol why is it the other way around in uk, even in ireland diesel is cheaper yet you drive over to NI and its the opposite way
Edited by: "gazzaman2k" 3rd Jan 2015
OrribleHarry

​Probably cos there are "deals" about fuel every day. Not only that the o … ​Probably cos there are "deals" about fuel every day. Not only that the oil prices are at a 20year low so we should be paying way less than this but somebody somewhere is taking the Mick.


75p of that litre is tax, pretty obvious who is taking the mick.

Staff involved in the chain still need paying and you can't expect the filling stations to operate without making a margin.
gazzaman2k

everywhere else in the world diesel costs less than petrol why is it the … everywhere else in the world diesel costs less than petrol why is it the other way around in uk, even in ireland diesel is cheaper yet you drive over to NI and its the opposite way


The UK taxes diesel and petrol the same, other countries don't.

Enjoy it while it lasts, probably be banned at some point.
gazzaman2k

everywhere else in the world diesel costs less than petrol why is it the … everywhere else in the world diesel costs less than petrol why is it the other way around in uk, even in ireland diesel is cheaper yet you drive over to NI and its the opposite way


Only 2p difference at the moment, wasn't that long ago it was 16p difference.
http://i1.dailyrecord.co.uk/incoming/article4654522.ece/ALTERNATES/s615/JS50955866.jpg

"Oil revenues will make Scotland economically self-sufficient Alex."

"And if it goes wrong Nicola, we can always blame the English. FREEDOM!"
we need higher oil prices!! great for consumers... bad for the country
we need higher oil prices!! great for consumers... bad for the country
Still being ripped off here my m8 who lives in Estonia says they pay around 65p a ltr.
megastream

Off topic, strange how Gas for the homes a byproduct of crude oil hasn't … Off topic, strange how Gas for the homes a byproduct of crude oil hasn't moved downwards in price.


Gas for the home is generally natural gas, which is not a by product of crude oil. You are thinking of LPG or Propane / Butane (which is occasionally used in homes where no natural gas is available, though heating oil is now a much much cheaper option)
But wholesale natural gas prices have been falling with the oil price, though due to the home energy cartel they have generally not reduced their prices, though I would expect them to fall from March / April, once the winter is out the way, which is usual practice to rip off their customers.
den169

Still being ripped off here my m8 who lives in Estonia says they pay … Still being ripped off here my m8 who lives in Estonia says they pay around 65p a ltr.



Somehow I don't think Estonia's health service costs 100billion a year to run....
Just come back from Sainsbury's and they're selling unleaded for same price which makes this price expensive in terms of ASDA price standards!..
trueno2k

Just come back from Sainsbury's and they're selling unleaded for same … Just come back from Sainsbury's and they're selling unleaded for same price which makes this price expensive in terms of ASDA price standards!..



But this is diesel
Diesel is always dearer
wow .997 is cheap
Kieran McMutrie

Somehow I don't think Estonia's health service costs 100billion a year to … Somehow I don't think Estonia's health service costs 100billion a year to run....



Also the average wage in Estonia is around 13,000 Euros. Fuel sounds expensive for them.
den169

Still being ripped off here my m8 who lives in Estonia says they pay … Still being ripped off here my m8 who lives in Estonia says they pay around 65p a ltr.



How are we being ripped off just because a price is different in a different country?
This is worth a look at, select UK Pound Sterling.
globalpetrolprices.com/die…es/

If you take UK duty and tax out of the equation then we're in the top 20.
Looks like Tesco are now following suit.

I wonder who will be the first to raise a deal for Morrisons, Sainsburys, Esso, Gulf, Shell, Texeco ... and that little independent filling station on the B3413.
Not in Croydon - still 103.9
j4ayk

Not in Croydon - still 103.9



Starts tomorrow, Monday! (see post#6)
Edited by: "EveshamLad" 3rd Jan 2015
oddballjamie

The UK taxes diesel and petrol the same, other countries don't.Enjoy it … The UK taxes diesel and petrol the same, other countries don't.Enjoy it while it lasts, probably be banned at some point.


I thought diesel was taxed more heavily in the UK than petrol. Pretty sure that diesel used to be cheaper until the government added an additional duty to it in the 90s, due to it being a dirtier fuel.
den169

Still being ripped off here my m8 who lives in Estonia says they pay … Still being ripped off here my m8 who lives in Estonia says they pay around 65p a ltr.


Tell him he's being ripped off, you can get a litre of petrol in Venezuela for 2p.
Crap just filled up from Asda during the week thinking 102.9 was cheap
unclecuddles

I thought diesel was taxed more heavily in the UK than petrol. Pretty … I thought diesel was taxed more heavily in the UK than petrol. Pretty sure that diesel used to be cheaper until the government added an additional duty to it in the 90s, due to it being a dirtier fuel.


Same duty gov.uk/tax…uty
I do remember diesel being cheaper but that was at least 15 years ago.
Wars in the middle east are finally paying off. Thank you Tony Blair.
Already paying under a £1 at our local BP
I'm shocked there are 373k people following ASDA on Twitter
Edited by: "AbstraKt" 3rd Jan 2015
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