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Petrol at Asda Barry 99.7p per litre
Petrol at Asda Barry 99.7p per litre

Petrol at Asda Barry 99.7p per litre

Petrol only 99.7p at Barry waterfront until Bank holiday monday.

http://i3.walesonline.co.uk/incoming/article11808190.ece/ALTERNATES/s615/asda-main.jpg

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Seem diesel too. Hopefully nationwide

Nice!

Lovely jubbly.

voted hot but expect people that don't live in Wales or don't drive or ride a bike everywhere or use the bus to vote cold. it's no longer if it's a good deal on here. it's whether it helps the voter specifically

z_dane

Seem diesel too. Hopefully nationwide


Unfortunately not nationwide just Barry. Gavin and Stacey will be chuffed? walesonline.co.uk/new…193

Heat added - but sadly not in Llandudno!

Any free delivery codes?

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not in Leicester

jonnithomas

voted hot but expect people that don't live in Wales or don't drive or … voted hot but expect people that don't live in Wales or don't drive or ride a bike everywhere or use the bus to vote cold. it's no longer if it's a good deal on here. it's whether it helps the voter specifically



​A good deal for you isn't a good deal for me. I think everybody is unique?

Banned

106.9 petrol
107.9 diesel
in my area, so seems certain stores may have this on.

Great price now the other retailers need to follow suit

Who's Barry? Why didn't you just text him?

Great deal I'd tank up at the price

not in Blackburn

any quidco links?

Yes at last one in Barry , thank you

Cold. Supermarket fuel is cheaper for a reason; stick with tried and tested branded fuels. more expensive, but better for your engine and better additive packages.

anandgindhay

Cold. Supermarket fuel is cheaper for a reason; stick with tried and … Cold. Supermarket fuel is cheaper for a reason; stick with tried and tested branded fuels. more expensive, but better for your engine and better additive packages.



knew it wouldn't be long

anandgindhay

Cold. Supermarket fuel is cheaper for a reason; stick with tried and … Cold. Supermarket fuel is cheaper for a reason; stick with tried and tested branded fuels. more expensive, but better for your engine and better additive packages.


You have obviously only used their Smart Price fuel. Try their Extra Special range next time, it made my car 30% faster!

anandgindhay

Cold. Supermarket fuel is cheaper for a reason; stick with tried and … Cold. Supermarket fuel is cheaper for a reason; stick with tried and tested branded fuels. more expensive, but better for your engine and better additive packages.


Oh not again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Good on you Sosban. Enjoy, ( why are some people so anti on here? ) If somebody can buy something that is a deal to them, and perhaps to others in the vicinity, then be fair to them, as there may be a deal tomorrow that can be got somewhere that Sosban cannot access. You win they lose!

Birchanger Services was £127.9 earlier. I nearly fainted !!!!

BRB just going to drive over from Essex...
Deal!

anandgindhay

Cold. Supermarket fuel is cheaper for a reason; stick with tried and … Cold. Supermarket fuel is cheaper for a reason; stick with tried and tested branded fuels. more expensive, but better for your engine and better additive packages.


http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00840/motoring-graphics-2_840969a.jpg

thecresta

You have obviously only used their Smart Price fuel. Try their Extra … You have obviously only used their Smart Price fuel. Try their Extra Special range next time, it made my car 30% faster!



Stick Asda fuel in a high performance turbo car, then try Tesco 99 ron, your not far off

This is well lush.

According to Walesonline, this is a special promotion at this Asda store only for the Bank holiday weekend. Ends Monday, Morrisons in Barry are also the same price.

anandgindhay

Cold. Supermarket fuel is cheaper for a reason; stick with tried and … Cold. Supermarket fuel is cheaper for a reason; stick with tried and tested branded fuels. more expensive, but better for your engine and better additive packages.


Bet you drive a BMW! Jerk.

Picture doesn't say much about the deal with someone having their bonet open

Besford

Oh not again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



The truth will always come out...

Not the fuel debate again

what happened to Asda national fuel price capping?

This all seems a bit random, why Barry of all places?

http://your.asda.com/media/BAhbB1sHOgZmIjkyMDE1LzExLzI2LzEzXzU4XzM4XzQyMF9hc2RhX2RvZ19tZW1lc19wZXRyb2xfRkIucG5nWwg6BnA6CnRodW1iIgk1NDB4/asda-dog_memes-petrol-FB.png

Cold supermarket fuel is terrible for engines and can ruin piston rings stick with shell v power nitro worth it to keep your engine tip top condition

EazyDuz

Cold supermarket fuel is terrible for engines and can ruin piston rings … Cold supermarket fuel is terrible for engines and can ruin piston rings stick with shell v power nitro worth it to keep your engine tip top condition



I used to work for Shell and I know that this is marketing BS. Same as all the other additives. Shell, BP, Esso etc supply supermarkets with the same fuel as their own franchised forecourts. None of this is a secret and has been reported on numerous times in all the media along with the marginal effects of additives, so why trot out the same old wives tale?

Worked on a forecourt for years & tanker drivers would tell you it matters not where they deliver to, they fill whichever trailer they are pulling at the time under the same gantry fillers. I asked one of them one day "where do you fill up your car" - reply Asda it's the same stuff but cheaper than the forecourt operators.

EazyDuz

Cold supermarket fuel is terrible for engines and can ruin piston rings … Cold supermarket fuel is terrible for engines and can ruin piston rings stick with shell v power nitro worth it to keep your engine tip top condition


And the earth is flat - be careful you don't drive off the edge!

dheydl

I used to work for Shell and I know that this is marketing BS. Same as … I used to work for Shell and I know that this is marketing BS. Same as all the other additives. Shell, BP, Esso etc supply supermarkets with the same fuel as their own franchised forecourts. None of this is a secret and has been reported on numerous times in all the media along with the marginal effects of additives, so why trot out the same old wives tale?



How many people on here "used to work for Shell"?
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