Petrol £1.199 and Diesel £1.249 - Esso Knowl Hill Garage, Bath Road, Twyford, Berkshire, RG10 9UP
390°Expired

Petrol £1.199 and Diesel £1.249 - Esso Knowl Hill Garage, Bath Road, Twyford, Berkshire, RG10 9UP

43
Found 26th Oct 2014
Spotted on A4 between Reading and Maidenhead. Cheapest fuel I have seen in ages. It's on the main road A4 if you happen to be in that area fill up.

Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
Community Updates
  1. Esso Deals
Groups

    Groups

    43 Comments
    Found for £123.99 Springburn Glasgow
    Heat added. I like the picture too...
    Seems pretty expensive £1199
    Might take a drive down from manchester
    For me a saving of less than £1 on a £65 spend isn't exactly what I'd call a HUKD!
    I have just driven back from Greece via Italy,Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium and France and have to ask the questions, why is the UK the only country in Europe where diesel is more expensive than unleaded petrol and why is it that a small country like Luxembourg can sell diesel at around 90p a litre ? Welcome to rip off Britain !
    And it's still £160.9 for diesel in Chelsea and £130.9 surrounding!!!
    Goes well with the AMEX deal.... £10 back from £50 spend!! Nice
    George Cloony has just moved in,down the road & Brad Pitt lives near too so you might catch a glimps of an A Lister filling up or buying a Jeep from the showroom there.
    FYI.. Petrol is also 119.9 in/around Newcastle at the moment!
    Is it me or has fuel got cheaper since we got involved with Isis? I am wondering if there is a link.... Sorry thinking out loud.
    In addition to Esso being comparatively cheap, I also seem to get 80 miles more per tank from Esso than Shell.

    Hot from me!
    Captain Banana - totally agree about the rip off in UK. Luxembourg has a lot less fuel duty than anywhere else in EU which is why their price is so much lower.
    £1.199 at the Texaco station in Forder Valley Road Plymouth yesterday
    Banned
    Lw.jarvis

    Is it me or has fuel got cheaper since we got involved with Isis? I am … Is it me or has fuel got cheaper since we got involved with Isis? I am wondering if there is a link.... Sorry thinking out loud.



    now it makes sense lol. It is very unusual that bits gone that cheap .
    vdey

    Found for £123.99 Springburn Glasgow

    Hogganfield loch petrol station on Cumbernauld rd drop their prices 3 days a week at random!,i paid £1.2144 last wed,good if your out this way.
    Edited by: "shazzashops" 26th Oct 2014
    Captain Banana

    I have just driven back from Greece via Italy,Austria, Germany, … I have just driven back from Greece via Italy,Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium and France and have to ask the questions, why is the UK the only country in Europe where diesel is more expensive than unleaded petrol and why is it that a small country like Luxembourg can sell diesel at around 90p a litre ? Welcome to rip off Britain !



    They charge more for other tax - each country collects tax in a different way. In the UK they like to tax fuel

    Who pays the most tax overall?
    Is it just me or is everyone crap at using decimal places?

    You're all pay over a hundred pounds per liter are you?
    I agree! It's £1.25 per litre (ignoring 0.1 p rounding). And it's LITRE.
    Taz1529

    Is it just me or is everyone crap at using decimal places? You're all pay … Is it just me or is everyone crap at using decimal places? You're all pay over a hundred pounds per liter are you?



    Litre came up as wrong so i went with liter
    bit far to travel
    sofiasar

    now it makes sense lol. It is very unusual that bits gone that cheap .



    Another theory is to cripple/slow down the Chinese and Russian economies, particularly Russia - by reducing fuel prices, the Russians generate less revenue from Oil exports to Europe. So expect prices to fall little more over time, if as it stands, the crisis in Ukraine continues.
    Edited by: "furi0n" 26th Oct 2014
    oil prices has dropped by 20% recently. accordingly, prices at the pump should be less than 110 per litre. Why is this not happening ?!!..... If oil prices had gone up by say 20%, prices at the pump would have increased by 30% in the same evening and the electricity/gas prices would have gone up in a matter of days !!
    Original Poster
    grumpyturnip

    For me a saving of less than £1 on a £65 spend isn't exactly what I'd c … For me a saving of less than £1 on a £65 spend isn't exactly what I'd call a HUKD!


    My x5 need 85+ litres so that will save me £3.5 as cheapest around was £1.28 for Diesel. Good saving if you are passing from that area. Won't recommend making extra journey to get the deal.
    Yep been filling up here over the last 2 weeks, nice to see it open again and hopefully will stay cheap for the foreseeable
    Borat

    Seems pretty expensive £1199

    theres a decimal idiot
    grumpyturnip

    For me a saving of less than £1 on a £65 spend isn't exactly what I'd c … For me a saving of less than £1 on a £65 spend isn't exactly what I'd call a HUKD!



    this
    vdey

    Found for £123.99 Springburn Glasgow

    passed by esso in maryhill rd was £1.199 last night
    Edited by: "nasir_glasgow" 26th Oct 2014
    Banned
    grumpyturnip

    For me a saving of less than £1 on a £65 spend isn't exactly what I'd c … For me a saving of less than £1 on a £65 spend isn't exactly what I'd call a HUKD!


    so you'd rather save £40 on some junk SSD that you would never have bought anyway if it wasn't for HUKD?

    people these days smh
    Same price @Esso Taplow. Long queue
    Considering what's involved in getting petrol to the forecourt (drilling, extracting, refining, transport etc) and the fact that most of the cost is tax, it's actually incredible that it can be sold so cheaply.
    grumpyturnip

    For me a saving of less than £1 on a £65 spend isn't exactly what I'd c … For me a saving of less than £1 on a £65 spend isn't exactly what I'd call a HUKD!



    Exactly my thoughts!
    Although you're saving pennies (quite literally). It is a big deal, I still mourn those days off 0.80p diesel when I was too young to drive. The says that the "Sale" was less than "Litres" on the pump

    Captain Banana

    I have just driven back from Greece via Italy,Austria, Germany, … I have just driven back from Greece via Italy,Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium and France and have to ask the questions, why is the UK the only country in Europe where diesel is more expensive than unleaded petrol and why is it that a small country like Luxembourg can sell diesel at around 90p a litre ? Welcome to rip off Britain !

    Captain Banana

    I have just driven back from Greece via Italy,Austria, Germany, … I have just driven back from Greece via Italy,Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium and France and have to ask the questions, why is the UK the only country in Europe where diesel is more expensive than unleaded petrol and why is it that a small country like Luxembourg can sell diesel at around 90p a litre ? Welcome to rip off Britain !




    Diesel actually costs more to produce, however most other european countries subsidise diesel through the taxation system.

    It's horses for courses
    youcantbeserious

    They charge more for other tax - each country collects tax in a different … They charge more for other tax - each country collects tax in a different way. In the UK they like to tax fuelWho pays the most tax overall?

    In Europe I think the overall tax burden is about 35% plus or minus 5% with another 5% in the way of fines and penalties. The tax goes to pay for lots of governance, management, operational staff since about up to half of the population is deployed in such work, anything from enforcement of bounders, to telling mum how to feed a baby, to I know your child better than yourself types of government instructed help to the people, to hundreds of agents around the world monitoring everyone else at home and in the far flung corners of the planet from Arctic to the Antarctic. Moreover there are things like tax credit to subsidise workers, such that you can drink your Starbucks coffee for £1.99 as opposed to £3.99 per cup. Although you do pay a lot of taxes but you do get a lot back through these tax credited "employees" as an example.
    laboudi

    oil prices has dropped by 20% recently. accordingly, prices at the pump … oil prices has dropped by 20% recently. accordingly, prices at the pump should be less than 110 per litre. Why is this not happening ?!!..... If oil prices had gone up by say 20%, prices at the pump would have increased by 30% in the same evening and the electricity/gas prices would have gone up in a matter of days !!



    This ALWAYS happens and we do nothing about it. Of course if the Gas and electricity companies weren't privatised and running a cartel then this probably wouldn't happen. Good old privatisation!
    Crude oil prices have declined because...
    - South American countries are exporting more
    - West African countries are exporting more
    - USA are importing less because of shale and Canadian oil sands
    - Saudi lowered their prices to compete for business from Asia, especially China

    forbes.com/sit…go/
    Edited by: "SomebodE" 26th Oct 2014
    Taz1529

    Litre came up as wrong so i went with liter



    It's the "You're all pay over " that confused me
    ai79man

    Petrol £1.199 and Diesel £1.249 - Esso Knowl Hill Garage, Bath Road, T … Petrol £1.199 and Diesel £1.249 - Esso Knowl Hill Garage, Bath Road, Twyford, Berkshire, RG10 9UP



    You didn't need to include your registration number in the title...
    Edited by: "jgsdesai" 26th Oct 2014
    Original Poster
    jgsdesai

    You didn't need to include your registration number in the title...



    Lol
    Post a comment
    Avatar
    @
      Text