Fuel price war, Starting @ ASDA. 2p off petrol and diesel - £1.14.7 unleaded / £1.16.7 diesel and Morrisons
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Fuel price war, Starting @ ASDA. 2p off petrol and diesel - £1.14.7 unleaded / £1.16.7 diesel and Morrisons

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Found 13th Mar 2017
Fuel will be cheaper from tomorrow Tuesday 14th March!

Staring at ASDA - 2p off per Litre on petrol and diesel.
Morrisons copying and Tesco are rumoured to be following too

Hope it helps someone.

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£114 per litre..? Jesus!
diesel is currently 115.7 at Asda
£122.9 at Sainsburys near me - will be doing 800 miles this week so this helps.
Banned
forget putting cheap nasty fuel in brand names all the way
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i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell are just about to launch their new fuel which will help even more towards mpg
Considering asda have no loyalty schemes, they can fund this 2p reduction. This dose mean war against morrisons which is its main competitor in fuel pricing.
taylor1981

i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell … i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell are just about to launch their new fuel which will help even more towards mpg



​If you drive a ferrari then it will benefit you.
118.7p for diesel at my Asda.
Edited by: "CaptCShadow" 13th Mar 2017
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Morrisons are copying and Tesco is rumoured to be following too - source HERE
CaptCShadow

118.7p for diesel at my Asda.


Same here
taylor1981

i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell … i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell are just about to launch their new fuel which will help even more towards mpg


Of course you did...
taylor1981

i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell … i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell are just about to launch their new fuel which will help even more towards mpg



I'm lucky to get 10-15 mpg let alone extra
meh they will take a penny off for a few days & then put it back on, followed by another penny a few days later.
taylor1981

i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell … i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell are just about to launch their new fuel which will help even more towards mpg



I can only guess you drove up very steep hills to get there on tesco fuel & free wheeled all the way back down on shell fuel.
taylor1981

i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell … i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell are just about to launch their new fuel which will help even more towards mpg



Lol , per tank maybe , not per gallon and even then this negligible amount could have been down to climate , traffic , all sorts of variables which would affect the comparisons.
Its almost impossible to do a mpg comparison with these small margins in 'real world' conditions.

Fuel price war



2p off - Hardly a war, more a minor disagreement..
Edited by: "Bilbo1968" 13th Mar 2017
dalecool92

Considering asda have no loyalty schemes, they can fund this 2p … Considering asda have no loyalty schemes, they can fund this 2p reduction. This dose mean war against morrisons which is its main competitor in fuel pricing.



No clubcard / Nectar type schemes but their credit card has a good cashback rate and is ongoing , I get 2% off each spend on Asda Fuel and groceries and 1% off everywhere else .
For us our Monthly spend is around £600 just in ASDA (Fuel & Groceries) so £12 a month cashback for me.
In addition to this we easily spend £300 a month on other items too so that extra £3 cashback pays the monthly fee

Worth having a look if ASDA is your regular shop and/or your fuel usage is high. We got £12 TCB as well which is an added bonus.
Edited by: "rooney10" 13th Mar 2017
bojangles

I can only guess you drove up very steep hills to get there on tesco fuel … I can only guess you drove up very steep hills to get there on tesco fuel & free wheeled all the way back down on shell fuel.



No he forgot to mention the extra mpg was due to the fact he was on the back of an AA lorry after putting in the wrong fuel at Shell
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 13th Mar 2017
Well done ASDA again!!!!
rooney10

No clubcard / Nectar type schemes but their credit card has a good … No clubcard / Nectar type schemes but their credit card has a good cashback rate and is ongoing , I get 2% off each spend on Asda Fuel and groceries and 1% off everywhere else . For us our Monthly spend is around £600 just in ASDA (Fuel & Groceries) so £12 a month cashback for me. In addition to this we easily spend £300 a month on other items too so that extra £3 cashback pays the monthly fee ;)Worth having a look if ASDA is your regular shop and/or your fuel usage is high. We got £12 TCB as well which is an added bonus.



​Way to go!!
Part of the problem is the amount we use. Fair enough OPEC use production, but we drive inefficiently and tend to fill our tanks up (increasing weight and reducing supply).

Fill less, use less.
sorry cold... fuel price in uk is set by big players and because we have to buy it they can get away with it
kw2

£122.9 at Sainsburys near me - will be doing 800 miles this week so this … £122.9 at Sainsburys near me - will be doing 800 miles this week so this helps.


Same price for Sainsburys diesel at my local. They dont even try to compete anymore with other supermarkets but then again its the same with Sainsburys food prices instore too.
ricey

Part of the problem is the amount we use. Fair enough OPEC use … Part of the problem is the amount we use. Fair enough OPEC use production, but we drive inefficiently and tend to fill our tanks up (increasing weight and reducing supply).Fill less, use less.



I wonder how much extra fuel is consumed with that extra 30/40kg of weight added to a car weighing 1640kg , I'm guessing not very f00king much , lol
ricey

Part of the problem is the amount we use. Fair enough OPEC use … Part of the problem is the amount we use. Fair enough OPEC use production, but we drive inefficiently and tend to fill our tanks up (increasing weight and reducing supply).Fill less, use less.


Good idea, we will just rely on the amazing cheap and efficient transport infrastructure this great country has....hold on a minute it's crap like the amount of money we have to pay for fuel
Both stores have been £1.15.7 unleaded for a few weeks localy.
diesel has been 116.7 at our local Morrisons for weeks
Awesome!
ricey

Part of the problem is the amount we use. Fair enough OPEC use … Part of the problem is the amount we use. Fair enough OPEC use production, but we drive inefficiently and tend to fill our tanks up (increasing weight and reducing supply).Fill less, use less.



So what happens if we loose less? OPEC just cut production again, increase demand and increase cost.
Or you can get 12p per litre via a sainsbury voucher. Spend £60 in store and get another voucher for the discount

£1.14.7



Someone's not good with numbers
pramms

Or you can get 12p per litre via a sainsbury voucher. Spend £60 in store … Or you can get 12p per litre via a sainsbury voucher. Spend £60 in store and get another voucher for the discount



12p per litre fuel , wtf !! I would save more than £60 on a full tank
taylor1981

i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell … i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell are just about to launch their new fuel which will help even more towards mpg


Clown of the week!
taylor1981

i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell … i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco and shell are just about to launch their new fuel which will help even more towards mpg

You should alert Shell to this incredible increase in mpg. They could use it to market their fuel. An extra 15mpg would give me nearly 50% more mpg!.

I never notice any difference in my mpg no matter which fuel I use.
Good news all round as it means that Costco will reduce their price also. They are closer to me than Asda or Sainsburys. Membership pays for itself when used every week.
taylor1981

i got about 10-15 mpg more using shell fuel then i did Tesco



Lol
Too late, i filled my tank yesterday.. :-(
bojangles

I can only guess you drove up very steep hills to get there on tesco fuel … I can only guess you drove up very steep hills to get there on tesco fuel & free wheeled all the way back down on shell fuel.


Stop being an idiot look at the physics I.e. Difference in grade of fuel.

I mix fuel but clearly aware I get about 50 miles more on branded non premium diesel, and upto 100 miles on premium diesel (150 extra miles if motorway driving) per tank. Cost is not everything! I always use supermarket diesel if doing short trip only, this is based on science and basic maths
Edited by: "OperateOnMe" 13th Mar 2017
OperateOnMe

Stop being an idiot look at the physics I.e. Difference in grade of fuel. … Stop being an idiot look at the physics I.e. Difference in grade of fuel. I mix fuel but clearly aware I get about 50 miles more on branded non premium diesel, and upto 100 miles on premium diesel (150 extra miles if motorway driving) per tank. Cost is not everything! I always use supermarket diesel if doing short trip only, this is based on science and basic maths



Physics huh? You just failed your chemistry exam.
I have used premium grade fuel & found it give very little mileage to my usual driving habits (though it is probably better for wear & tear on the engine). BP normal grade stuff, actually gave me 4mpg less than Tesco. Its each to their own though, but Tesco gives me clubcard points & clubcard points give me airmiles, So Tesco fuel gets me further!

Edited by: "bojangles" 13th Mar 2017
ricey

Part of the problem is the amount we use. Fair enough OPEC use … Part of the problem is the amount we use. Fair enough OPEC use production, but we drive inefficiently and tend to fill our tanks up (increasing weight and reducing supply).Fill less, use less.


Run out of fuel more.
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