BREAKING: ASDA slash prices today by a further 2p a litre! - unleaded capped at 116.7p per litre and diesel capped at 118.7p per litre
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BREAKING: ASDA slash prices today by a further 2p a litre! - unleaded capped at 116.7p per litre and diesel capped at 118.7p per litre

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Found 16th Feb
ASDA have just revealed to PetrolPrices that they will be capping their forecourt prices from today, with unleaded capped at 116.7p per litre and diesel capped at 118.7p per litre.

This is on top of price cuts from last week after the RAC called for supermarkets to cut their prices due to the price of a barrel of oil dropping.
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"BREAKING"...?
"slash prices"

Really?

Do you write website clickbait headlines for the daily mail?
Tesco Ashford & Maidstone still ripping people off at £1.22.9 for diesel how can they justify a 4.2p difference
bilbob16 m ago

"BREAKING"...?"slash prices"Really?Do you write website clickbait …"BREAKING"...?"slash prices"Really?Do you write website clickbait headlines for the daily mail?


God forbid! Lifted it from PetrolPrices - sorry about that.

Daily Wail version though:

BREAKING: ASDA slash prices today by a further 2p a litre! Immigrants responsible for previous increases to be thrown out! Brexit will reduce prices by a further 50p a litre - AND give us back control of those nasty foreign oilfields AND put BILLIONS back into the NHS!
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Gosh, they are 0.2 of a penny cheaper than our local Tesco now!
Been this price in my local asda (eastlands) Manchester for weeks
GDB222210 m ago

Gosh, they are 0.2 of a penny cheaper than our local Tesco now!



Gosh, lucky you. I don't have any local Tesco's that sell petrol; but I do have a local ASDA that does, so I appreciate the posting and heat from me!
Sid6662 m ago

Been this price in my local asda (eastlands) Manchester for weeks



Until today it's been 118.7p in mine (down South).
Tesco Ashford & Maidstone still ripping people off at £1.22.9 for diesel how can they justify a 4.2p difference
"BREAKING"...?
"slash prices"

Really?

Do you write website clickbait headlines for the daily mail?
The 2p price drop advertised last week, in my area turned out to be 1p at the majority of places, just then matching the lowest price already available at Tesco in the area. Overall my saving there was Zero

This headline grabbing just seems to be a way of the large supermarkets getting free advertising rather than any form of deal or offer.
Also just realised, this isn't that cheap.
I bought diesel in Edinburgh yesterday from Morrisons at 115.9 ppl...
I usually fill up at my nearest station which is a Shell garage, costing £1.23PL, I spend around £80 a week which gives me 65L. If I drive to Asda that’s at £1.18 that’s £76.70 for 65L. Which gives a saving of £3.30 for a full tank in a 2.0L Passat. I don’t like the weight in my car driving with a full tank so I tend to fill up hallway twice a week instead. My nearest Asda is about 2.0 miles away and Shell is 0.4 miles. So if I was to go Asda and back 2x a week that would be 8 miles of fuel used. Depending on your own circumstances of how much you can fill up, how many times you need to travel back and forth and the distance, it doesn’t always workout cheaper. Some food for thought
bilbob16 m ago

"BREAKING"...?"slash prices"Really?Do you write website clickbait …"BREAKING"...?"slash prices"Really?Do you write website clickbait headlines for the daily mail?


God forbid! Lifted it from PetrolPrices - sorry about that.

Daily Wail version though:

BREAKING: ASDA slash prices today by a further 2p a litre! Immigrants responsible for previous increases to be thrown out! Brexit will reduce prices by a further 50p a litre - AND give us back control of those nasty foreign oilfields AND put BILLIONS back into the NHS!
Newbold1 m ago

God forbid! Lifted it from PetrolPrices - sorry about that.Daily Wail …God forbid! Lifted it from PetrolPrices - sorry about that.Daily Wail version though:BREAKING: ASDA slash prices today by a further 2p a litre! Immigrants responsible for previous increases to be thrown out! Brexit will reduce prices by a further 50p a litre - AND give us back control of those nasty foreign oilfields AND put BILLIONS back into the NHS!


You forgot disabled transgender women.
As per my gauge I get less petrol when I buy from ASDA. supermarket fuel are cheaper but pumping air
Still cheaper at both Sainsburys (White Rose) and Morrisons (Hunslet) in Leeds
I think I'll stick with my Shell Vpower
Toon_army9 m ago

I think I'll stick with my Shell Vpower



oh dont start them off
I will never use their 'petrol' again. My mpg went from 42 to 34 last time I used it so what's the point, even if it's 20p cheaper than shell or Esso?
"Slash Prices"....PMSL....
juniperberry19 m ago

Still cheaper at both Sainsburys (White Rose) and Morrisons (Hunslet) in …Still cheaper at both Sainsburys (White Rose) and Morrisons (Hunslet) in Leeds


Yeah it was 114.9p at White Rose last week - AND you dont have to pay for air!
Asda used to have the cheapest petrol in the country and had a national pricing structure in place. Now they do not have either of those things. It's been 110.9p at Sainsbury's Bolton yet around 7p more at my local Asda in Radcliffe. They are now, quite frankly, a rip off for fuel. They used to lead the way with low fuel prices. Lost a lot of respect for them.
Hot just for the title
Do you work for an oil company OP?
jayonline8541 m ago

I usually fill up at my nearest station which is a Shell garage, costing …I usually fill up at my nearest station which is a Shell garage, costing £1.23PL, I spend around £80 a week which gives me 65L. If I drive to Asda that’s at £1.18 that’s £76.70 for 65L. Which gives a saving of £3.30 for a full tank in a 2.0L Passat. I don’t like the weight in my car driving with a full tank so I tend to fill up hallway twice a week instead. My nearest Asda is about 2.0 miles away and Shell is 0.4 miles. So if I was to go Asda and back 2x a week that would be 8 miles of fuel used. Depending on your own circumstances of how much you can fill up, how many times you need to travel back and forth and the distance, it doesn’t always workout cheaper. Some food for thought


I personally wouldn't worry about the extra weight, but each to their own. I always fill up my car to the brim, saves me going to the petrol station more often.
Ever since my car started running like garbage from using Asda diesel I won't buy supermarket fuel. The supermarket may be cheaper but your car will last longer using a decent brand of fuel.
It has been 115.7P at Morrisons for a long time.
Paid 105.9 at Costco last week.
I’ve used Shell and Asda and haven’t noticed any difference in MPG, I see a lot of people complaining about supermarket fuels etc but is there any truth behind it?
Enigma-Machine4 m ago

I’ve used Shell and Asda and haven’t noticed any difference in MPG, I see a …I’ve used Shell and Asda and haven’t noticed any difference in MPG, I see a lot of people complaining about supermarket fuels etc but is there any truth behind it?


NO.
pablomalin28 m ago

I will never use their 'petrol' again. My mpg went from 42 to 34 last time …I will never use their 'petrol' again. My mpg went from 42 to 34 last time I used it so what's the point, even if it's 20p cheaper than shell or Esso?


The scary thing is that you could be serious!
Enigma-Machine19 m ago

I’ve used Shell and Asda and haven’t noticed any difference in MPG, I see a …I’ve used Shell and Asda and haven’t noticed any difference in MPG, I see a lot of people complaining about supermarket fuels etc but is there any truth behind it?


FWIW, in opinion a lot matters on the engine it's going into and the driving style.
I used to do the same varied driving pattern covering a LOT of miles every two weeks, and I could see the difference in economy (more accurately, range, since I always filled it up given how many miles I do/did) using shell standard over asda/Tesco fuels. #Over a tankful I regularly got 30-50 miles more on the shell, and like I say, it was the same journeys, same roads, same car. Repeated dozens of times.
For me, I'll pay a small premium to use a branded fuel like shell, but once it's over 4-5p, I'll take the cheaper option.
Enigma-Machine43 m ago

I’ve used Shell and Asda and haven’t noticed any difference in MPG, I see a …I’ve used Shell and Asda and haven’t noticed any difference in MPG, I see a lot of people complaining about supermarket fuels etc but is there any truth behind it?


Depends on your car, if its remapped to run a higher RON then use Shell. If its a everyday banger use out you like.
Personally I only use Shell as the cars set up for better fuel. And know the horror storys of Asda fuel as I work for them.
Lol breaking, really?
To save what 30p? Sad thing is people on here will actually drive further to get rubbish fuel. Shell V Power always wins no matter the price.
joco2021 h, 16 m ago

I personally wouldn't worry about the extra weight, but each to their … I personally wouldn't worry about the extra weight, but each to their own. I always fill up my car to the brim, saves me going to the petrol station more often.


It’s only because I do 95% of my driving on the street rather than the motorway. Not sure about yourself but when my cars running on empty I feel a big difference when I fill it up especially as I regularly carry 4 passengers around and a tank of diesel fuel is about 50kg maybe more, plus an average of 4 people x 70kg an I’m 90kg myself. I would prefer to fill up once myself. Less hassle and saves time.
You should all drive over to Northwich ASDA, it's 113.7p, next door is Sainsburys which is 113.9p both unleaded.

Amazing scenes.

Oh and I fill up to the top, everytime. Which weirdo only puts £10 in?
The Wellingborough Tesco petrol station sells fags to kids
Rabbit_Exorcist24 m ago

... Which weirdo only puts £10 in?



The one who's about to sell it?
The one who's topping up to give it back to the owner?
The one who spent all their money on an iPhone?
......
termite23 m ago

The Wellingborough Tesco petrol station sells fags to kids


Great tip-off. You've reported it, of course? It's always these little owner-operated independent corner shops like Tesco isn't it!
Wow 2p slashed off the price thats 40p a week better off for me.
Toon_army3 h, 56 m ago

Depends on your car, if its remapped to run a higher RON then use Shell. …Depends on your car, if its remapped to run a higher RON then use Shell. If its a everyday banger use out you like.Personally I only use Shell as the cars set up for better fuel. And know the horror storys of Asda fuel as I work for them.


Costco do RON99 fuel, it's every bit ss good as Vpower in my Golf R, and is a good 12p cheaper per litre.
fanexgal6 h, 52 m ago

As per my gauge I get less petrol when I buy from ASDA. supermarket fuel …As per my gauge I get less petrol when I buy from ASDA. supermarket fuel are cheaper but pumping air


Then complain to your local Trading Standards. I'm sure they'll be amused by your suggestion. Or, you could ask the fairies at the bottom of your garden to grow you a petrol tree so you don't have to go to Asda.
Enigma-Machine6 h, 7 m ago

I’ve used Shell and Asda and haven’t noticed any difference in MPG, I see a …I’ve used Shell and Asda and haven’t noticed any difference in MPG, I see a lot of people complaining about supermarket fuels etc but is there any truth behind it?


No.
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