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Asda, Morrisons, Sainsburys, Tescos - Diesel & Petrol Price Match (Drops 1/2p Per Litre From Today)
Asda, Morrisons, Sainsburys, Tescos - Diesel & Petrol Price Match (Drops 1/2p Per Litre From Today)

Asda, Morrisons, Sainsburys, Tescos - Diesel & Petrol Price Match (Drops 1/2p Per Litre From Today)

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Morrison's dropped their fuel prices yesterday by 1p (2p in certain places). But today the other stores have followed suit - I'm fortunate enough to pass all four stores on my way to work, and all are now price matching! Asda reduced by 1p, Sainsburys by 1p and Tescos by 2p. Enjoy your 1/2p savings per litre folks while it lasts!

Don't forget to use your reward cards when filling up!

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Seriously? I could save a whole 1.20 per TANK??? so, every week, I could save about 80p?

WOW.

Or I could drive 5mph slower, and save more than that.

Dunno why these deals get so hot. It IS good that fuel is finally coming down a bit, but let's keep it in proportion folks! 10 off a loaf of bread? That would deserve to get hotter than a penny a litre off fuel.

So crude oil prices dropped around 15% at the beginning of the month and we see a 1p per litre drop? Well that's just lovely. If it only it were like that when prices go up.

that must be the reason my asda and sainsbury both put a penny on a litre at the weekend,so they could make an announcment when they take it off again.

My sainsburys hasn't reduced it's price and tesco is very expensive for diesel in Cardiff.
As another poster has said asda raised their price last week.
No heat from me on this deal I'm afraid

pennywise

that must be the reason my asda and sainsbury both put a penny on a litre … that must be the reason my asda and sainsbury both put a penny on a litre at the weekend,so they could make an announcment when they take it off again.



Sneaky bstards must think we're stupid.

Yea i saiw my tesco and sainsburys drop their diesel by 1p.... i lvoe teh price wars about time they did something to help their customers.

whatsThePoint

You didn't notice the prices in the stores going up to cover the cost … You didn't notice the prices in the stores going up to cover the cost then



no, same price to be honest... only went down. I always look at the price and complain to myself (out loud) how expensive it is...... but no change in price over the weekend.

Tesco York sell petrol at 132.9 pence/ litre. On Teesside its 135.9 pence and its where we make the stuff. You get what you pay for i think....... Teesside petrol is better quality me thinks and more mpg.

Supermarket petrol is ****.

It's false economy. Cheaper, yes, but you will get a lot LESS mpg than the likes of Shell Fuel Saver

I'v eseen this argument tons of times on here about the quality of the fuel.
AFAIC, there IS a difference, minor in the short term, larger in the long term.

Yes, all fuels come from the same depot. Then the 'quality' lot, add their own package of additives, which the cheapies don't get. I do a lot of miles, up and down the motorways, and in my old mondeo diesel, I'd get upwards of 600 miles to a tank of shell (my preferred brand) and somewhere about 550-580 on tesco/asda. Also known, is that mondeos have, let's call it, 'sensitive' injectors and egr valves. In 35000 miles of using shell in 98% of fill ups (going from 55000 to over 90k), I never had an injector problem, and never had to have the egr cleaned out.

Say what you like about fuel quality, I know what I feel, I know what my guage says, and I know how my car has never missed a beat.

whatsThePoint

Millions of other cars ran on the cheapest fuel are the same, So the … Millions of other cars ran on the cheapest fuel are the same, So the extra cost you've been paying for no proven benefit looks like a huge waste of cash, But it was your choice and its not as if this is a site about saving money, oh wait


What, in spite of the fact i've proven the saving that I have made in the comments above?
yes, I've saved money, as I pay the same (or less) than the local tesco, and at LEAST, I've got improved mpg. And if you are happy to buy the cheapest fuel out there, go for it. I know what I know by driving tens of thousands of miles.

bilbob

What, in spite of the fact i've proven the saving that I have made in the … What, in spite of the fact i've proven the saving that I have made in the comments above?yes, I've saved money, as I pay the same (or less) than the local tesco, and at LEAST, I've got improved mpg. And if you are happy to buy the cheapest fuel out there, go for it. I know what I know by driving tens of thousands of miles.



"Proven" lol

pot_belly

"Proven" lol


erm, and? I started my bit with AFAIC, and ended it with my own experiential evidence.

EDIT: In fact, I'll change what I wrote. I'm not here to start a soddin argument. I know what I know cos I've done it. If someone else wants to use fuel smuggled in in the underpants of zambeze immigrants, I couldn't care less, just thought I'd share my own experience, not shout down or belittle someone elses.

You feel free.
Edited by: "bilbob" 24th May 2011

bilbob

erm, and? I started my bit with AFAIC, and ended it with my own … erm, and? I started my bit with AFAIC, and ended it with my own experiential evidence. EDIT: In fact, I'll change what I wrote. I'm not here to start a soddin argument. I know what I know cos I've done it. If someone else wants to use fuel smuggled in in the underpants of zambeze immigrants, I couldn't care less, just thought I'd share my own experience, not shout down or belittle someone elses.You feel free.




Totally agree with you on both counts. Shell Diesel gives me at least 60miles more to a tank on both my VAG 1.9 130PD and 2.0 170CR engines. Shell add a lot more cleaning additives to their diesel and backed up by their advertising campaign and 'Fuel Save' branded fuel.

with the CR i need clean burning fuel to save my DPF from clogging up.

Who is s

bilbob

erm, and? I started my bit with AFAIC, and ended it with my own … erm, and? I started my bit with AFAIC, and ended it with my own experiential evidence. EDIT: In fact, I'll change what I wrote. I'm not here to start a soddin argument. I know what I know cos I've done it. If someone else wants to use fuel smuggled in in the underpants of zambeze immigrants, I couldn't care less, just thought I'd share my own experience, not shout down or belittle someone elses.You feel free.



The fact your car hasn't broken down is due to Shell. Well done Shell or rather well done their marketing department.

pot_belly

The fact your car hasn't broken down is due to Shell. Well done Shell or … The fact your car hasn't broken down is due to Shell. Well done Shell or rather well done their marketing department.


I bet you could start an argument with yourself.

In your sleep.

Smile, learn not to take things so seriously

Banned

its about time these petrol price deals were spammed

petrol prices change daily - get used to it!

Local Asda have gone one further on the fuel price drops. not just a penny off they now have taken 0.3p of a liter. yay fuel at 135.7p

I wonder how many people will drive further to get that discount rather than 135.9p it is at all other supermarkets locally

pot_belly

Who is sThe fact your car hasn't broken down is due to Shell. Well done … Who is sThe fact your car hasn't broken down is due to Shell. Well done Shell or rather well done their marketing department.




You really are a troll aren't you?

You love to twist things and try and start an arguement but it is only you that ends up looking stupid.

I always when i can run Shell, my mate who also has a VAG 1.9 130PD engine runs Asda or Tesco (as thats what are nearest to his work). He bought his car at a similar time to me and does similar journeys (90% motorway). He had to have a new EGR valve at 75k and it was fully coked up in black deposits. Mine on the other hand at 85k still looks like new.

You also seem to know as much about cars as you do computers as a clogged up EGR or injector would not cause the car to break down but in fact flash up the Engine management light or put the car into 'limp mode'.

So in a nutshell the fact that my EGR is clean is down to shells marketing department and not the actual fuel....Brilliant!
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