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Murco petrol 95.7ppl and Diesel 105.7ppl - Birmingham Maypole
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Murco petrol 95.7ppl and Diesel 105.7ppl - Birmingham Maypole

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Posted 26th MarAvailable: West Midlands (Worcestershire, Birmingham)

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Like title says petrol at Murco stations is 99.7 ppl I've filled up yesterday and I think Diesel was 109.7ppl. I have seen it at Birmingham Maypole and Redditch so might be national.


UPDATE 31/03

Price has gone down even more to 96.7ppl for unleaded and 106.9 for diesel.

UPDATE 14/04

Price down to 95.7ppl for unleaded and 105.7 for diesel.
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theguardian.com/bus…ace

"Oil price may fall to $10 a barrel as world runs out of storage space"

Like I said, wait for as long as you can to fill up. The price will tumble much further.

We've been getting bumped for years. Time to exert more pressure by not buying until the price falls further
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theguardian.com/bus…ace

"Oil price may fall to $10 a barrel as world runs out of storage space"

Like I said, wait for as long as you can to fill up. The price will tumble much further.

We've been getting bumped for years. Time to exert more pressure by not buying until the price falls further
Wonder why diesel is 10% higher
Better fuel efficiency....😜
Haven't driven my car for 5 days , must be the longest I've gone without driving since i was 17.
I was pleasantly surprised to see diesel had dropped to 108 at my local asda last night so I filled up. Guess they aren't selling much at the moment. No doubt it will be half price tomorrow, as is my luck.
Edited by: "SimonSpencer" 26th Mar
duty plus VAT on a litre is 69.54p before you even start on staff costs plus profit margin, rent etc so I'm not sure how much below a quid it will tumble. thought we'd never even see these levels tbf
ricey26/03/2020 08:44

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/mar/25/oil-price-may-fall-to-10-a-barrel-as-world-runs-out-of-storage-space"Oil price may fall to $10 a barrel as world runs out of storage space"Like I said, wait for as long as you can to fill up. The price will tumble much further.We've been getting bumped for years. Time to exert more pressure by not buying until the price falls further



It's very easy to not buy at the moment as I don't have any reason to drive my car so really it doesn't matter how cheap this gets.Very good for those that do need to fill up though. I have a different perspective now on money, yes I need money for essentials but even if I was rich I couldn't spend the money, so kind of weirdly money doesn't mean much at the moment if you follow me. Even all the objects in my house I was going to sell, there's no marketplace for them really without being irresponsible and meeting people, so their value is locked away.

What I'm awkwardly trying to illustrate is that the value and perspective of money have drastically changed. What I once needed is no more and yes it will eventually return, but strange time to live. None of us have experienced such a drastic change. A learning experience regardless.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 26th Mar
They'll be giving it free with every Kinder Egg soon.
sossidge26/03/2020 09:50

duty plus VAT on a litre is 69.54p before you even start on staff costs …duty plus VAT on a litre is 69.54p before you even start on staff costs plus profit margin, rent etc so I'm not sure how much below a quid it will tumble. thought we'd never even see these levels tbf


It was below £1 here late 2015
There's a real difference at the mo with the supermarkets now down to around £1.02 while the normal stations are still around £1.18-20 think the supermarkets are adding petrol to the vast profits they are making during this crisis.
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