harvest petrol station in walsall 96.4p a litre
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harvest petrol station in walsall 96.4p a litre

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Found 23rd Jan 2015
harvest petrol station in walsall 96.4p a litre, the owner has said its just for today! get filling your tanks

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Did you notice the price of diesel please?
109.7
its on the radio diesel and super unleaded normal price only on unleaded till 6pm get filling
Hmmm, will be passing by around 7pm. Not worth going earlier as I'd get to work too early and my time is worth more than a few pence. Ahh well. Hot if you live around there.
toucheroar

Hmmm, will be passing by around 7pm. Not worth going earlier as I'd get … Hmmm, will be passing by around 7pm. Not worth going earlier as I'd get to work too early and my time is worth more than a few pence. Ahh well. Hot if you live around there.



The price ends at 6pm tonight
Ta OP.
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proof? receipt?
Went here 2 days ago when it was 99.7ppl and had no unleaded. Cracking price but only filled up at Tescos 24hrs ago
Ashamuk

proof? receipt?



its a radio promotion, today only until 6pm...

freeradio.co.uk/pet…ol/
Not bad, but I'm waiting for it to hit 89.3ppl before I next fill my car up.
Just shows how much the supermarkets are scamming us. Fair enough 96.4 is a one off but 99.7 is regular price and we haven't had the usual 2p price drop from asda this week
Edited by: "pidgeofcdf" 23rd Jan 2015
It's 96.4p a litre as that is the channel frequency for free radio. Nothing to do with any supermarkets scamming us.
Still 107 in Taunton/South Somerset (petrol) Diesel varies but 113 in general.
pidgeofcdf

Just shows how much the supermarkets are scamming us. Fair enough 96.4 is … Just shows how much the supermarkets are scamming us. Fair enough 96.4 is a one off but 99.7 is regular price and we haven't had the usual 2p price drop from asda this week



You do realise its difficult for prices to go much lower due to the taxes and other fixed overheads associated with making the fuel?
Heads up that the crude price has actually gone up a little in the last day due the the Saudi King's death. Hopefully a short term blip.
monogram

You do realise its difficult for prices to go much lower due to the taxes … You do realise its difficult for prices to go much lower due to the taxes and other fixed overheads associated with making the fuel?


Yes I am aware of 60p duty, vat, low $ rate etc etc? my point is if harvest can consistently do it at sub £1 for weeks why can't asda. Sub £1 fuel for all!
WillPS

Heads up that the crude price has actually gone up a little in the last … Heads up that the crude price has actually gone up a little in the last day due the the Saudi King's death. Hopefully a short term blip.



Expect a 10p rise per litre then.



They'll pass on the increase within a day, but any decrease in crude oil price takes a few months to hit our pockets.

Ashamuk

proof? receipt?



Please? Thanks?
pidgeofcdf

Yes I am aware of 60p duty, vat, low $ rate etc etc? my point is if … Yes I am aware of 60p duty, vat, low $ rate etc etc? my point is if harvest can consistently do it at sub £1 for weeks why can't asda. Sub £1 fuel for all!


They haven't consistently done it for weeks. They did for 4 days in one franchisee's stations, then 2 single days at single stations.

They are selectively doing it as a loss leader in exchange for free promotion.

If Asda (who are the only group to price their stations the same nationwide) did the same all their petrol stations would return a thumping loss.
Edited by: "WillPS" 23rd Jan 2015
cant upload a picture and it is true cus its been on free radio
gemmaclewer

cant upload a picture and it is true cus its been on free radio



Ignore the naysayers.

WillPS

They haven't consistently done it for weeks. They did for 4 days in one … They haven't consistently done it for weeks. They did for 4 days in one franchisee's stations, then 2 single days at single stations.They are selectively doing it as a loss leader in exchange for free promotion.If Asda (who are the only group to price their stations the same nationwide) did the same all their petrol stations would return a thumping loss.


You talk through your rear end, Sir. Harvest station locally has been 99.7 for over a week now and no sign of increasing. If independent businesses relying on fuel sales can do it a supermarket could easily do so - lower even as a loss leader if they wished.
Besford

You talk through your rear end, Sir. Harvest station locally has been … You talk through your rear end, Sir. Harvest station locally has been 99.7 for over a week now and no sign of increasing. If independent businesses relying on fuel sales can do it a supermarket could easily do so - lower even as a loss leader if they wished.


I don't know the ins and outs and neither do you. Being a major supplier, Harvest themselves might be encouraging the drop and subsidising it themselves. The stations could then be selling at cost and hoping that the extra traffic will result in more shop activity.

I live in Sheffield but regularly commute to Nottm. Sheffield has prices well above Nottingham - and by coincidence, Sheffield has no Asda filling stations close to the City Centre; whereas Nottingham has 2. You wont catch me slating Asda.
Careful here, heard they're a bit dodgy with cards! Cheap though!
WillPS

They haven't consistently done it for weeks. They did for 4 days in one … They haven't consistently done it for weeks. They did for 4 days in one franchisee's stations, then 2 single days at single stations.They are selectively doing it as a loss leader in exchange for free promotion.If Asda (who are the only group to price their stations the same nationwide) did the same all their petrol stations would return a thumping loss.



I have to disagree about Asda pricing petrol the same everywhere. They claimed this many years ago and then I found my Asda selling it at a different price to everywhere else. My note to Customer Service was ignored, so guess what? I now ignore them and shop and fill up elsewhere.
Brownbloke11

I have to disagree about Asda pricing petrol the same everywhere. They … I have to disagree about Asda pricing petrol the same everywhere. They claimed this many years ago and then I found my Asda selling it at a different price to everywhere else. My note to Customer Service was ignored, so guess what? I now ignore them and shop and fill up elsewhere.


Well, it's a national price cap. Cause and effect are the same.
Another day, another petrol deal with crap fuel...
http://i.imgur.com/ukyqFfk.jpg

Walked past an hour ago.
ashamuk learn some manners
Wish this was near me, though it is only pennies we are talking about and I expect it will be rammed until 6pm.

If only we encouraged hot countries like Afghanistan to grow sugar cane for bio ethanol, peanuts and sunflowers for bio diesel. It wouldn't take much modification to convert our existing vehicles. Would of been better than a pointless war, and who knows, maybe poppy farmers would grow fuel crops instead and some stability may result. Just a thought.
m5rcc

Another day, another petrol deal with crap fuel...


...and another moaning HUKD`er...
No one is forcing you to read it, nor buy it. Just skip the deal and happy days.


Good price, I am still waiting for diesel to hit a magical barrier of £1ppl , fingers crossed

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Ashamuk

proof? receipt?



Ashamuk

proof? receipt?

why????
cus i cant upload it its been on free radio
genmaxiu

...and another moaning HUKD`er...No one is forcing you to read it, nor … ...and another moaning HUKD`er...No one is forcing you to read it, nor buy it. Just skip the deal and happy days.Good price, I am still waiting for diesel to hit a magical barrier of £1ppl , fingers crossed



It's pointless waiting or driving to save a few pennies, compounded further that Harvest fuel is utter crap
m5rcc

It's pointless waiting or driving to save a few pennies, compounded … It's pointless waiting or driving to save a few pennies, compounded further that Harvest fuel is utter crap



Oh dear, not this debate again...
sparkeeh

Oh dear, not this debate again...



Not a debate, a fact...
Edited by: "m5rcc" 23rd Jan 2015
m5rcc

Not a debate, a fact...



Any links to research or pertinent facts showing the fuel is "crap"? Not being argumentative, just curious.
.Griff.

Any links to research or pertinent facts showing the fuel is "crap"? Not … Any links to research or pertinent facts showing the fuel is "crap"? Not being argumentative, just curious.



RON95 of very poor quality and why buy it when Shell V-Power Nitro+ is 99 Ron rather the the 95 Ron that includes important detergent additives and gives a net result is around 2 per cent more miles per gallon and an engine fuel system that stays clean.

V-Power diesel contains a cetane improver, detergent additive and lubricity enhancer, so it, too, gives more torque at low revs, therefore better mpg when driven properly as well as taking better care of the high pressure injection pump and the rest of the fuel system.
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