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Posted 8th Mar

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Bit of a dull one but... Heating oil, cheapest price in 2 years! A good time to fill your tank to the brim as through boiler juice it’s 36.73ppl if you order more than 500L. Boiler juice do charge a £3.50 fee so a better deal when you order more.
£10 recommend a friend discount code that you can be creative with. Quidco and TCB also give cash back for first orders. It’s also buying weekend when BJuice hold all orders until Monday and bulk order for more savings.
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location based... tried a quote for 600l and its come back as 39.94+vat + service charge so heat for you but cold as a deal
sjm19833308/03/2020 10:13

location based... tried a quote for 600l and its come back as 39.94+vat + …location based... tried a quote for 600l and its come back as 39.94+vat + service charge so heat for you but cold as a deal


Bad times! Which region of the UK are you in? I am in South West England.
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Mine was 37p I am already subscribed with them and they always seem to be the cheapest, but thanks.
I've been watching oil fir the last couple of weeks and it's dropped over £35 for 900 LTRs.World demand is falling due to Corona virus ,I'm not an expert but it's gonna fall even more and I'm willing to take that chance . This is only my opinion of course ,I think these companies know it also and will try and create buying weekend s to make more readies.
Crude dropped 9% on Friday afternoon................!
Thanks for the headsup op.
OPEC will eventually cut back on oil production when they next meet to make the prices go back up again. But until that time comes I am hanging on and watching the market price for the lowest price possible to fill both my oil tanks before I order.
Edited by: "Wowhats" 8th Mar
I ordered at 39p and thought I was getting a bargain! Mind you I phoned my local supplier and they price matched with no service charge.
Holding out for 18p. I’m in an oil syndicate with the villages around where I live. Look into it if you are not part of one. You will save on boilerjuice prices.
Wowhats08/03/2020 11:39

OPEC will eventually cut back on oil production when they next meet to …OPEC will eventually cut back on oil production when they next meet to make the prices go back up again. But until that time comes I am hanging on and watching the market price for the lowest price possible to fill both my oil tanks before I order.



I would not be too sure. Russia has for the first time refused to come to the table and cut supply. By response the Saudis are starting a price war by ramping supply so expect a reasonable time of low heating oil and petrol prices.
Homefuelsdirect are cheaper for me, no service charge and normally guarantee delivery within five days compared to boiler juices two weeks...
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Edited by: "aerodeck" 8th Mar
Just got 36.10 from ValueOils.com :-)
Edited by: "rd3d2" 8th Mar
cheapestoil.co.uk is pretty good for Northern Ireland. No service charges and you get to see who you are ordering from and phone them if you need to
aerodeck08/03/2020 13:05

Homefuelsdirect are cheaper for me, no service charge and normally …Homefuelsdirect are cheaper for me, no service charge and normally guarantee delivery within five days compared to boiler juices two weeks...[Image]


The chart compares the "from" price on their website with the average price on other websites. They are showing Boilerjuice and Cheapest Oil as much higher than they are
I prefer the non-additive version of this but it is quite a lot more expensive per litre at my local Shell station (other diesel filling stations are available) & legal, and recommended by my vehicle manufacturer, still sounds a great deal for those paying more for the red stuff and can't find a group of people able to drum up some competitive prices for themselves, heat added OP.
As mentioned, price is normally regional. Around here (E Yorks) Fuelfighter is normally the cheapest.
Just dipped my tank and I've only used about 3inches in a month 1200 litre tank and we dont skimp
will probably stick 500 litres in to see me through to next winter or do i wait to see if it falls further
For all you oil tank owners on reading this thread I will share a little tip with you on an experience that I had earlier this year, this could save you a lot of time and money.

I have a 20 year old Titan 2447 litre plastic oil tank. The largest twist off cap on top has a gap of a about 5-8mm in places when fully tightened down. With all the wet weather this winter water has found it's way under the cap and got into the oil tank itself. This polluted my fortunately low level of oil and finally stopped my boiler burner from striking up, 'who knew you can't burn water and oil together... apparently!'

I had to empty the tank and completely flush it out with a pressure washer, dry it out with a petrol powered leaf blower and heat gun plus a rag tied to a very long stick (well it needed a good clean out anyway!), then flush out all the underground fuel supply line, replace my Tiger Loop aereator and flush out the flexi burner supply lines and burner pump and replace a new burner nozzle. In other words a complete flush out of the oil supply system from tank to burner. Luckily I did this all myself so I saved a lot of money in rectifying the problem.

So my tip is; make sure you dont have any air gaps around any screw off lid entry points on your oil tank. I made a large round rubber washer out of an old wellington boot and sealed it with waterproof mastic onto the tank to take up the gap around the screw on lid, thus making it air and water tight.

I hope this little tip will help keep your tank watertight.
Edited by: "Wowhats" 8th Mar
for my area boliler juice just now
"41.80 ppl in CA7 for 600 litres"

on friday i got an email from "The Oil-Club" @£0.3795
I got it even cheaper at 36.40 ppl I didn't need the oil at the moment but last time I ordered was end of January which where I had a price of 42.83 so massive saving here really glade won't need fuel until next winter now :).
I deliver heating oil. With the impending budget and the lowering price, its never been so busy for the time of year. Good luck in your price hunt everybody.
P. S thanks for the brew
I’ve just had an email through from boiler juice to say the order has processed and that I saved £10.02 on the quoted price for 750L. My total cost inc. tax, BJ cut etc. Was 36.36ppl so I’m happy with that! I hope several others have benefited. I also hope that the oils price drops further for those who didn’t pull the trigger.
Also... Reactivated as price today is 36.73ppl still for the south west of England.
ukwestspeed08/03/2020 12:18

I would not be too sure. Russia has for the first time refused to come to …I would not be too sure. Russia has for the first time refused to come to the table and cut supply. By response the Saudis are starting a price war by ramping supply so expect a reasonable time of low heating oil and petrol prices.



Worse oil decline than I thought
Home fuel direct currently stating from 35.99p litre, I do think you need to be ordering a minimum of 1000 litres fro that price though. homefuelsdirect.co.uk/ind…php
dert09/03/2020 18:05

Home fuel direct currently stating from 35.99p litre, I do think you need …Home fuel direct currently stating from 35.99p litre, I do think you need to be ordering a minimum of 1000 litres fro that price though. https://homefuelsdirect.co.uk/index.php#


Some excellent bargains to be had. I wish we hadn’t had to have topped up 2 months ago!
I cancelled my order as the price drop so much and reordered it for now 32.07 per littre, this save me 20 pounds on 500 litter compare to Sunday (yes you can only do this if you got some spare cash as they will only refund the old order back in 3 to 5 working days)
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Blaat_blaat10/03/2020 13:16

I cancelled my order as the price drop so much and reordered it for now …I cancelled my order as the price drop so much and reordered it for now 32.07 per littre, this save me 20 pounds on 500 litter compare to Sunday (yes you can only do this if you got some spare cash as they will only refund the old order back in 3 to 5 working days)


Really good saving! I’ve just checked and oil prices are still the same where I am unfortunately.
RobWear10/03/2020 14:33

Really good saving! I’ve just checked and oil prices are still the same w …Really good saving! I’ve just checked and oil prices are still the same where I am unfortunately.


It strange as the price is going up and down, this was a group saving price but if i search now its not offering me the group saving price anymore its now saying 35.30. Must be something to do when multiple people order from the same location but strange that the saving was so large. Lets just hope they actually honour it :P
Cheapest Oil have found prices as low as 34.4p for Newry in Northern Ireland. I suggest people hold off if they can as the price is still dropping

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flopstocks11/03/2020 10:34

https://theheatingoilclub.co.uk/quote/Beat boiler juice by £25 on a 500 …https://theheatingoilclub.co.uk/quote/Beat boiler juice by £25 on a 500 litre order


I’m attempting to cancel boiler juice order now. £25 saving on 750L for me too. Nice one!
flopstocks11/03/2020 10:34

https://theheatingoilclub.co.uk/quote/Beat boiler juice by £25 on a 500 …https://theheatingoilclub.co.uk/quote/Beat boiler juice by £25 on a 500 litre order


Yeah that site is now offering the same as boilerjuice did for me yesterday. Though boilerjuice ain't offer that value today it seems. But they did accept my order from yesterday.
RobWear11/03/2020 11:16

I’m attempting to cancel boiler juice order now. £25 saving on 750L for me …I’m attempting to cancel boiler juice order now. £25 saving on 750L for me too. Nice one!


I just use the contact now buttons and send a message they replied in like 20 Min with order is cancelled. Alot faster than waiting 20 Min on the phone to hear we are to busy and automatic cutoff
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