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Asda reduces unleaded to a maximum price £1.24.7p per litre
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Asda reduces unleaded to a maximum price £1.24.7p per litre

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Posted 29th Oct 2018Local
Asda
leading the way yet again by reducing unleaded by up to 4pence per
litre. This was done over the weekend! Others yet to respond! Well done
Asda. Unfortunately no reduction in diesel prices yet...
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Diesel is disgusting price at the moment. Ours is 131.9 and the town after mine is 5p cheaper
grex910129/10/2018 19:37

WOW that's expensive. Over a hundred quid per litre!!!


Probably a Services
A supermarket fuel thread nearly a day old and not one scaremongering comment about how the quality is lower and will destroy your car. Heat added!
Regardless, I won’t stop buying diesel cars.
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Diesel is disgusting price at the moment. Ours is 131.9 and the town after mine is 5p cheaper
Well done Asda, yet again first to respond !!
Sainsburys Arnold for unleaded is currently 122.2 good for you asda haha
foxmeister29th Oct 2018

Well done Asda, yet again first to respond !!


Not the cheapest ive seen it
good price found but our local asda 10 pence difference between petrol and diesel.diesel drivers seem to be paying for the petrol price cut.my car is a diesel with an eco engine so pollutes less than SOME petrol cars also no road tax paid due to low emissions (govt tested)
Yes £124.7 at Carlisle.
You'd think fuel pumps would be fair with fuel prices now, with all the oil we've been funnelling in over yester years. Your average resident in the middle east is paying around 11p a litre. We've TAKEN it, yet still decide to charge so much!
been 1.24.9 in both Tesco and Sainsburys in Bridgend For a while, in fact Sainsburys only recently increased their price here
Still showing as 126.7 p at Leeds Owlcotes
Been £1.24 at my local asda for weeks now. This is a false economy if ever I saw one. It was £1.20 not so long ago.
Misslovely29/10/2018 17:16

Diesel is disgusting price at the moment. Ours is 131.9 and the town …Diesel is disgusting price at the moment. Ours is 131.9 and the town after mine is 5p cheaper


137.9 for me :/
1.31 Sainsbury's london
Dr_lovegod1 h, 23 m ago

Yes £124.7 at Carlisle.


Thanks will make the extra journey as Sainsbury’s still 5p cheaper
abusuperman29/10/2018 17:55

You'd think fuel pumps would be fair with fuel prices now, with all the …You'd think fuel pumps would be fair with fuel prices now, with all the oil we've been funnelling in over yester years. Your average resident in the middle east is paying around 11p a litre. We've TAKEN it, yet still decide to charge so much!


£7 a tank when I lived in Qatar - that was for premium unleaded too haha
abusuperman29/10/2018 17:55

You'd think fuel pumps would be fair with fuel prices now, with all the …You'd think fuel pumps would be fair with fuel prices now, with all the oil we've been funnelling in over yester years. Your average resident in the middle east is paying around 11p a litre. We've TAKEN it, yet still decide to charge so much!


Holidaying in UAE is a surprise. After driving hundreds of miles and tanking full for like £13 took me aback.
Edited by: "jinkssick" 29th Oct 2018
Yas29/10/2018 19:28

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You’d pretty much isolate rural communities. Places like London could easily reduce traffic, if only they tried.

I’m in Aberdeen and the transport networks are terrible. The car to get anywhere is a must.

You can’t just price people in fossil fuels cars off the road. You have to provide acceptable alternatives.
Oneday7729/10/2018 19:31

You can’t just price people in fossil fuels cars off the road.


If you look at fuel price increases over the last few decades, that's actually what's happening already. Filling up your car is a big part of the family budget. It never used to be.
Dr_lovegod29/10/2018 17:48

Yes £124.7 at Carlisle.


WOW that's expensive. Over a hundred quid per litre!!!
grex910129/10/2018 19:37

WOW that's expensive. Over a hundred quid per litre!!!


Probably a Services
liquidtmd42 s ago

Probably a Services


Definitely.
Yas29/10/2018 19:37

If you look at fuel price increases over the last few decades, that's …If you look at fuel price increases over the last few decades, that's actually what's happening already. Filling up your car is a big part of the family budget. It never used to be.


I’ve been driving for 23 years. Fuel has gone from 50p a litre to 125p. A pint in the pub was £1.85, now I consider £3.80 cheap.
Lots of things have risen in that time, not just fuel.
jinkssick29/10/2018 19:28

Holidaying in UAE is a surprise. After driving hundreds of miles and …Holidaying in UAE is a surprise. After driving hundreds of miles and tanking full for like £13 took me aback.


You could have filled it up for 60p in Venezuela.
Used V power unleaded. £1.44 a litre. Might wait till the tank is half full and add ASDA’s finest.
grex910145 m ago

WOW that's expensive. Over a hundred quid per litre!!!


Oops. Dare I correct to price of 124.7p?
It should be less than 1.2,
Shame. Pulled into Asda and asked the attendant to stick a fiver in of 2 star, but they had none.
Edited by: "MM0SDK" 29th Oct 2018
They are still building a petrol station near us
Misslovely5 h, 6 m ago

Diesel is disgusting price at the moment. Ours is 131.9 and the town …Diesel is disgusting price at the moment. Ours is 131.9 and the town after mine is 5p cheaper


Morrisons Coalville 135.9ppl!
jr00729/10/2018 20:13

Used V power unleaded. £1.44 a litre. Might wait till the tank is half …Used V power unleaded. £1.44 a litre. Might wait till the tank is half full and add ASDA’s finest.


Half way max, fill back up to half at 1/4 or else your burning fuel carrying the extra weight in fuel. Going under 1/4 can (depending on tank design) can disturb sediment at the bottom of the tank and that’s not what you want going through your engine.

Vehicles aren’t long haul airplanes, they don’t need fuel tanks to be near full.

Also good to take 5 mins out the driver seat filling up long distance/s...

Stop, revive, survive.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 29th Oct 2018
jr0072 h, 37 m ago

Used V power unleaded. £1.44 a litre. Might wait till the tank is half …Used V power unleaded. £1.44 a litre. Might wait till the tank is half full and add ASDA’s finest.



98 RON master race.
As always, Asda lead the way, while Morrisons reluctantly follow.

Happens every time, Morrisons are a greedy bunch, they never ever lead the way in anything
Sharpharp2 m ago

As always, Asda lead the way, while Morrisons reluctantly follow.Happens …As always, Asda lead the way, while Morrisons reluctantly follow.Happens every time, Morrisons are a greedy bunch, they never ever lead the way in anything


Could say the same about Amazon
Regardless, I won’t stop buying diesel cars.
seaniboy29/10/2018 22:44

Half way max, fill back up to half at 1/4 or else your burning fuel …Half way max, fill back up to half at 1/4 or else your burning fuel carrying the extra weight in fuel. Going under 1/4 can (depending on tank design) can disturb sediment at the bottom of the tank and that’s not what you want going through your engine. Vehicles aren’t long haul airplanes, they don’t need fuel tanks to be near full. Also good to take 5 mins out the driver seat filling up long distance/s... Stop, revive, survive.


Sorry but this doesn't make sense.
Say you get 400 miles from a tankful.
You're saying fill it up to 1/2 so then you'd get 200 miles.
But then you say don't let it go below 1/4 ie 100 miles.
Therefore your theory means that you'd be filling up every 100 miles.
Most people would be filling up every other day.
What a weird notion you have about driving.

How about turning off the aircon in this weather - that is estimated to increase fuel consumption by 10% -
I would think that would be more economical than your half-baked idea. And don't forget to switch the aircon on for a day's use every fortnight so that the seals don't dry out.
Sharpharp2 h, 7 m ago

As always, Asda lead the way, while Morrisons reluctantly follow.Happens …As always, Asda lead the way, while Morrisons reluctantly follow.Happens every time, Morrisons are a greedy bunch, they never ever lead the way in anything


Well they don't make a lot of cash or have bank of mum and dad USA to bail them out.

Morrisons is like hit or miss on pricing on many items, I don't particularly like it for that reason and it's like it wants to be holding Asda and Sainsburys stock/prices and it rotates them and I'm not talking about promotional priced stock either.

Some of my most expensive till shocks have been Morrisons, as have clueless staff. It's not a good experience that supermarket. Shame as some of the own ready food prepped on site is good but everything else is sub par.

Staff at the M petrol here are slow and unhelpful. Absolutely poorly managed company, a family business in a large company either works or doesn't - M being the latter.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 30th Oct 2018
Not sure why there's all this diesel hate, doesn't it have lower emissions than the petrol equivalent :/

If you're doing it due to pollution and to save lives then ban all fossil fuel vehicles within the capital. Make it cycling only with exceptions for the likes of electric vehicles.
grex910110 h, 55 m ago

WOW that's expensive. Over a hundred quid per litre!!!


He must have a van and put in 100 litres, or spilt lots.
It's only 123.9 at Tesco
Ricky30212 h, 7 m ago

You could have filled it up for 60p in Venezuela.


That's pretty much all you can buy there
seaniboy29/10/2018 22:44

Half way max, fill back up to half at 1/4 or else your burning fuel …Half way max, fill back up to half at 1/4 or else your burning fuel carrying the extra weight in fuel. Going under 1/4 can (depending on tank design) can disturb sediment at the bottom of the tank and that’s not what you want going through your engine. Vehicles aren’t long haul airplanes, they don’t need fuel tanks to be near full. Also good to take 5 mins out the driver seat filling up long distance/s... Stop, revive, survive.


Unless you live next door to a petrol forecourt then this is pretty impracticle.
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