Morrisons Fuel Price Reduction Unleaded 105.7 & Diesel 106.7 Nationwide
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Morrisons Fuel Price Reduction Unleaded 105.7 & Diesel 106.7 Nationwide

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Found 2nd Aug 2016
Fuel prices going down for a change, who can complain about that?

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Same as Asda fuel. They are competing now. Heat added. Thanks...now there are more petrol stations to choose from

I can oil prices have gone down at least 10% in past month yet petrol/diesel is only going down 2-3p a litre,do the maths we are being ripped off again look at the increase in past 8 months now look at the reductions!!!!the price of oil has not recovered to previous highs yet petrol/diesel is higher now then a year ago

bavis1

I can oil prices have gone down at least 10% in past month yet … I can oil prices have gone down at least 10% in past month yet petrol/diesel is only going down 2-3p a litre,do the maths we are being ripped off again look at the increase in past 8 months now look at the reductions!!!!the price of oil has not recovered to previous highs yet petrol/diesel is higher now then a year ago



You need to factor in that the value of sterling has dropped over 10% in the last six weeks due to Brexit.

I have the oil price had not gone up pre brexit enough to justify the increase in fuel prices

Cold get a tesla

bavis1

I can oil prices have gone down at least 10% in past month yet … I can oil prices have gone down at least 10% in past month yet petrol/diesel is only going down 2-3p a litre,do the maths we are being ripped off again look at the increase in past 8 months now look at the reductions!!!!the price of oil has not recovered to previous highs yet petrol/diesel is higher now then a year ago


A lot of it is taxed which results in petrol/ diesel prices being so high

Just a fact of life unfortunately, 18 billion being spent on new Hinckley power plant but do you think energy prices will fall on completion ?,no chance

Asda have forced this price down - credit to Asda.

Nothing new here, my local Morrisons have been this price since at least last Friday, it's a 1p reduction on what they were this time last week. The local Sainsbury's has priced matched also.

Diesel should be 0.99 per litre and unleaded should be 0.96 per litre.

I bought this post to 220 degrees

rickj

Just a fact of life unfortunately, 18 billion being spent on new Hinckley … Just a fact of life unfortunately, 18 billion being spent on new Hinckley power plant but do you think energy prices will fall on completion ?,no chance



​It has a set energy unit price for about 20yrs; it's about energy security (and stability), not cheap energy.

mrpunjab2

Diesel should be 0.99 per litre and unleaded should be 0.96 per litre.



Very specific.

How lucky we are to have an expert amongst us!

Yes lets celebrate every time a supermarket announces from now on you wont pay blah blah blah...and then over the coming weeks and months we wont notice when they ramp it back up to above its previous price so that in a few more weeks they can re announce this same pledge. It is a broken record and what is the point of saying from now on it will never be more than x pence? From now on? So even 100 years from now when it is rarer than gold its price will still be the same? They cant even keep this promise for a couple of days sometimes. Who thinks lying about the truth makes it a good deal? From now on you will get a free ten pound gold nugget with every happy meal but McDonalds can cancel the deal by the time the first customer arrives. Stupid.

Tesco was 105p yesterday when I filled up.

bavis1

I can oil prices have gone down at least 10% in past month yet … I can oil prices have gone down at least 10% in past month yet petrol/diesel is only going down 2-3p a litre,do the maths we are being ripped off again look at the increase in past 8 months now look at the reductions!!!!the price of oil has not recovered to previous highs yet petrol/diesel is higher now then a year ago



Have wages, taxes and production costs fell 10% too?

On a holiday trip on the continent at the moment.. Been paying equivalent of 85-89p in France, Germany and even (only) 99p a litre in Norway for diesel... How come diesel is dearer in UK than expensive Scandinavian countries!!!

https://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/working.png

Hot from me

urgurinder

On a holiday trip on the continent at the moment.. Been paying equivalent … On a holiday trip on the continent at the moment.. Been paying equivalent of 85-89p in France, Germany and even (only) 99p a litre in Norway for diesel... How come diesel is dearer in UK than expensive Scandinavian countries!!!



Norway is self sufficient in fuel

pity their fuel is poor quality as my peugeot 307 diesel hates it and coughs everytime i fill mine from there.

frank321

Yes lets celebrate every time a supermarket announces from now on you … Yes lets celebrate every time a supermarket announces from now on you wont pay blah blah blah...and then over the coming weeks and months we wont notice when they ramp it back up to above its previous price so that in a few more weeks they can re announce this same pledge. It is a broken record and what is the point of saying from now on it will never be more than x pence? From now on? So even 100 years from now when it is rarer than gold its price will still be the same? They cant even keep this promise for a couple of days sometimes. Who thinks lying about the truth makes it a good deal? From now on you will get a free ten pound gold nugget with every happy meal but McDonalds can cancel the deal by the time the first customer arrives. Stupid.



we are but sheep being led!

Ahh, the first thought when I saw this reminded me of a post about 5 years ago and someone claimed that Morrisons made their own petrol. That thread took a very funny turn after that. Anyone remember it?

Pipcola

Norway is self sufficient in fuel


there is no such thing as being self sufficient in fossil unrenewable fuels

The only time I would buy fuel from Morrisons is when using the "Fuel Saver" coupons to get 100L of free or nearly free fuel. Unfortunately, they have stopped the gift card offer and now offer some rubbish like 2.5% in "Morrisons Points" which is nowhere near the 10% I was saving on the fuel discounts.

I must live on another planet as I havnt seen it this high in a while, this is a hot deal?

Maybe I don't live in one of these areas where 'brexit' effects the cost of anything.

fuel is never a hot deal anyway you would be lucky to save a few quid if you filled the tank up when its <£1/l.
Edited by: "check_your_bank" 2nd Aug 2016

bavis1

I can oil prices have gone down at least 10% in past month yet … I can oil prices have gone down at least 10% in past month yet petrol/diesel is only going down 2-3p a litre,do the maths we are being ripped off again look at the increase in past 8 months now look at the reductions!!!!the price of oil has not recovered to previous highs yet petrol/diesel is higher now then a year ago



Almost 60% of what we pay for fuel is tax, almost 40% of what we pay is the price the retailer (Morrisons in this example) pay to the supplier. The few percent left is the retailers profit.

Of that almost 40% (which is the entirety of what the refinery will see from what you pay) the suppliers costs have to include wages, processing costs, shipping costs, equipment, maintenance and of course raw material. The cost of the actual raw material is a very small amount of what we pay overall.

A 10% drop in raw material cost is very far from a 10% drop in end product cost.

kebabthief

Ahh, the first thought when I saw this reminded me of a post about 5 … Ahh, the first thought when I saw this reminded me of a post about 5 years ago and someone claimed that Morrisons made their own petrol. That thread took a very funny turn after that. Anyone remember it?



​Haha! What a thread. The thought of Grandma Morrison in her kitchen measuring crude oil .....

losdamianos

there is no such thing as being self sufficient in fossil unrenewable … there is no such thing as being self sufficient in fossil unrenewable fuels



This site seems to believe so..............

norway.org.uk/stu…rs/

Crude oil and petrol/diesel are different things.
The latter depends on refineries too.

Pipcola

This site seems to believe … This site seems to believe so..............http://www.norway.org.uk/studywork/Norway-For-Young-People/Geography--Climate/Modern-Explorers/#.V6CFNGgrLIU


I personally found my car mileage and acceleration performance improved with standard Shell petrol. It's not scientific at all but anyway I now fill-up wherever is cheapest. I imagine it [fuel] all comes from the same refineries but unsure about the additives, etc.

zooloo66

pity their fuel is poor quality as my peugeot 307 diesel hates it and … pity their fuel is poor quality as my peugeot 307 diesel hates it and coughs everytime i fill mine from there.



Wont be the fuel maybe you should try some of this in your poorly car
covonia.co.uk/

Heated deal, love to read all the bull sh*t about poor quality supermarket fuel find it very entertaining X)

Cold from me. Fuel has been this price at my local Morrisons for months, in fact Diesel was a penny cheaper when I filled up a couple of weeks ago.

Filled up a hire car in Florida a few weeks ago, paid £1.60 a gallon, and that's with the poor exchange rate.

Good deal. Heat added.

losdamianos



Sage advice.

I almost brought a 'collection only' item off eBay yesterday but using an online fuel cost calculator I worked out I was going to save a grand total of £10 vs buying it new and having it delivered. And that didn't take into account the hour and 50 minutes it would have taken me to drive there and back.

So as always use your brain (if you have one).

MYS

Same as Asda fuel. They are competing now.



I'm afraid I can't agree with that statement. Despite my having supporting evidence, Asda customer services is currently giving me the run around and I'm getting close to the point of sending them a 'letter before (court) action'.

Never had any trouble at Morrisons.

bavis1

I can oil prices have gone down at least 10% in past month yet … I can oil prices have gone down at least 10% in past month yet petrol/diesel is only going down 2-3p a litre,do the maths we are being ripped off again look at the increase in past 8 months now look at the reductions!!!!the price of oil has not recovered to previous highs yet petrol/diesel is higher now then a year ago



The petrol prices are regarding the dollar, after brexit the pound plumed, so it normal that petrol prices are going up.

0scar222

Wont be the fuel maybe you should try some of this in your poorly … Wont be the fuel maybe you should try some of this in your poorly carhttp://www.covonia.co.uk/



But does it have electrolytes?

For me, hotter than ASDA because you get more points.

lets be happy that prices are going right way,and not all moan about it,people can be soooo greedy these days when most of us really have it all! neverhappysadpeople.com!
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