Petrol Drop!!! ASDA, Tesco and Sainsbury's.. £1.12.7 unleaded/£1.14.7 diesel
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Petrol Drop!!! ASDA, Tesco and Sainsbury's.. £1.12.7 unleaded/£1.14.7 diesel

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LocalFound 24th Mar 2017
Just about to go ahead tomorrow there will be a price drop on the unleaded and diesel!!

Tesco to reduce this afternoon..

ASDA to reduce first thing tomorrow..

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PsychoSonny

its a z4 convertible 0-60 in 5.2 seconds ive been stopped several times … its a z4 convertible 0-60 in 5.2 seconds ive been stopped several times at petrol stations, asda supermarket by people asking or talking to me about it so yes other people think its worth talking about clearly



My Mrs wants to know how much you charge for a wash and blow dry ?
PsychoSonny

if you own a run of the mill car then you would be throwing money away … if you own a run of the mill car then you would be throwing money away buying performance fuel. you should always be buying wherever is cheapest. it wont ruin your car at all. biggest myth out there.if you own something worth talking about then tesco momentum is good enough. if you own something people stop and stare at and take pics then run v power or bp ultimate.simple as that really.so the wife uses asda fuel in her bmw mini. i use momentum or bp ultimate (whichever is closest) in my 3 litre bmw 2 door convertible sports car.


a 3L bmw is worth talking about?
2p a litre! Whatever should I do with my £1 saving? I can not contain myself.
Still laughing at the stop and stare comment for a BMW. Lol.

Why do people think cars are status symbols? Most of them aren't owned outright and the vast majority depreciate.

My old mum used to have a saying for people like that. All fur coat and no knickers.
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realistic prices based on current oil price/$ exchange rate.
same old story though, prices up like a rocket down like a parachute
Still not passing on the savings on to us tho.
pidgeofcdf

realistic prices based on current oil price/$ exchange rate.same old … realistic prices based on current oil price/$ exchange rate.same old story though, prices up like a rocket down like a parachute


We cant have the oil barons starving can We oO (Greedy Gits)
Nice one, thanks for heads up!
now the price just looks weird.
yeah has anyone tried paying £1.12.7?
sowotsdis

yeah has anyone tried paying £1.12.7?



​Brexit did this!
I filled up yesterday. Typical.
zzakzz

​Brexit did this!


but we've not left yet?
Banned
here comes the poor supermarket comments
don't contuinesly buy it from supermarket, it wrecks the car
I'll be the 1st then. Why would anyone want to put this crap in their vehicle??
psychobitchfromhell

I filled up yesterday. Typical.



​Probably go down more for the Easter weekend - you'll be nice and empty by then!
2p a litre! Whatever should I do with my £1 saving? I can not contain myself.
Horrorwood

2p a litre! Whatever should I do with my £1 saving? I can not contain … 2p a litre! Whatever should I do with my £1 saving? I can not contain myself.



People are picky when shopping for food where they can save a few pence an item.. So why not the same for fuel.. Would you rather burn the £1 or get to keep the pound..
zzakzz

​Brexit did this!


It did nothing of the sort
Horrorwood

2p a litre! Whatever should I do with my £1 saving? I can not contain … 2p a litre! Whatever should I do with my £1 saving? I can not contain myself.



Thanks for the insight. Want to make an effort in actually posting something useful instead ?
hiezra

I'll be the 1st then. Why would anyone want to put this crap in their … I'll be the 1st then. Why would anyone want to put this crap in their vehicle??


Yes you are the first. Be sure to show your Muppet Membership card on the way out.
Horrorwood

2p a litre! Whatever should I do with my £1 saving? I can not contain … 2p a litre! Whatever should I do with my £1 saving? I can not contain myself.


Give it me and smile while you do it.
It's £1.129 /L at Costco for diesel
hiezra

I'll be the 1st then. Why would anyone want to put this crap in their … I'll be the 1st then. Why would anyone want to put this crap in their vehicle??



​Because the fuel meets the minimum standard your car was designed to run on.
Horrorwood

2p a litre! Whatever should I do with my £1 saving? I can not contain … 2p a litre! Whatever should I do with my £1 saving? I can not contain myself.


The time you spend in the queue is not worth it i would rather pay the £1 or so more.
Get it under a quid!!!! Should never be so high! Wonder if we'll see those days again?
zzakzz

​Brexit did this!


No mate, Brexit made it this expensive to start with. Seeing as the pound fell greatly vs the dollar, and oil is priced in dollars. made it more.
hiezra

I'll be the 1st then. Why would anyone want to put this crap in their … I'll be the 1st then. Why would anyone want to put this crap in their vehicle??


What does your car run off then, mucker? Self-produced ignorance or just 4star arrogance?
if you own a run of the mill car then you would be throwing money away buying performance fuel. you should always be buying wherever is cheapest. it wont ruin your car at all. biggest myth out there.

if you own something worth talking about then tesco momentum is good enough. if you own something people stop and stare at and take pics then run v power or bp ultimate.

simple as that really.

so the wife uses asda fuel in her bmw mini. i use momentum or bp ultimate (whichever is closest) in my 3 litre bmw 2 door convertible sports car.
psychobitchfromhell

I filled up yesterday. Typical.


Haha same here!!!
rogershrubber36

What does your car run off then, mucker? Self-produced ignorance or just … What does your car run off then, mucker? Self-produced ignorance or just 4star arrogance?


Think he's got a push bike oO
hiezra

I'll be the 1st then. Why would anyone want to put this crap in their … I'll be the 1st then. Why would anyone want to put this crap in their vehicle??



Simple fact: it's not crap that's just coming out of your mouth

I understand the supermarket sub-standard dilemma but its a choice people make (me included to mix) and the saving to most of us are worth while. It's a hot deal, just look at the number of votes and understand most people on this website are here to find (and share) money saving deals.
Edited by: "OperateOnMe" 24th Mar 2017
Meanwhile at Costco the last 2 weeks. £1.11.9
PsychoSonny

if you own a run of the mill car then you would be throwing money away … if you own a run of the mill car then you would be throwing money away buying performance fuel. you should always be buying wherever is cheapest. it wont ruin your car at all. biggest myth out there.if you own something worth talking about then tesco momentum is good enough. if you own something people stop and stare at and take pics then run v power or bp ultimate.simple as that really.so the wife uses asda fuel in her bmw mini. i use momentum or bp ultimate (whichever is closest) in my 3 litre bmw 2 door convertible sports car.


a 3L bmw is worth talking about?
Cold. Don't see the point in these "deals". Only saving a few pence and it's overpriced anyway.
PsychoSonny

if you own a run of the mill car then you would be throwing money away … if you own a run of the mill car then you would be throwing money away buying performance fuel. you should always be buying wherever is cheapest. it wont ruin your car at all. biggest myth out there.if you own something worth talking about then tesco momentum is good enough. if you own something people stop and stare at and take pics then run v power or bp ultimate.simple as that really.so the wife uses asda fuel in her bmw mini. i use momentum or bp ultimate (whichever is closest) in my 3 litre bmw 2 door convertible sports car.




I would agree with this point in all fairness - but, and this my opinion here, I am sorry to sound "picky", but a 3 litre BMW convertable isn't something that should should be allowed to be classed as "something people stop and stare at"

Thanks for the post OP :). Heat added!

Edited by: "srh007" 24th Mar 2017
srh007

I would agree with this point in all fairness - but, and this my opinion … I would agree with this point in all fairness - but, and this my opinion here, I am sorry to sound "picky", but a 3 litre BMW convertable isn't something that should should be allowed to be classed as "something people stop and stare at" ;)Thanks for the post OP :). Heat added!



More like stop, point and laugh.
srh007

I would agree with this point in all fairness - but, and this my opinion … I would agree with this point in all fairness - but, and this my opinion here, I am sorry to sound "picky", but a 3 litre BMW convertable isn't something that should should be allowed to be classed as "something people stop and stare at" ;)Thanks for the post OP :). Heat added!



Well that depends on what spanner is driving it! X)
His explanation is to the point agreed

But im not so sure he grasps octane ratings tho
dataload

a 3L bmw is worth talking about?



Stevie Wonder would probably like the look of it
After just coming back from Switzerland and seeing their prices, i'd say we get off lightly.

One of the cheapest countries in western Europe for fuel.
lol walk instead.
Robbing ****
Thoughtful

It's £1.129 /L at Costco for diesel


Costco fuel has the addatives in too ...
Edited by: "Clerik" 24th Mar 2017
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