Petrol reduced by 2p per litre from tomorrow 16/06/2017 @ Morrisons, Sainsbury's & Tesco
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Petrol reduced by 2p per litre from tomorrow 16/06/2017 @ Morrisons, Sainsbury's & Tesco

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LocalFound 15th Jun 2017Edited by:"chrsinne"
Petrol reduced by 2p per litre from tomorrow 16/06/201

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Why does it take one supermarket to drop their prices before the others show initiative?

Is it only me that sees it's mostly ASDA that drop first then others follow suit?
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Tesco has already changed their prices!
Why does it take one supermarket to drop their prices before the others show initiative?

Is it only me that sees it's mostly ASDA that drop first then others follow suit?
Thanks for posting, heat added
Usually​ Asda or Morrison's, the others are almost always the sheep.
Thanks op, heat added
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thanks for bringing this to my attention, OP

I was deliberately not filling up for a few weeks as it was too expensive

now it has gone down a penny, I will fill up again

plus I can stop taking taxis everywhere, which is a bonus
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collectorcol

Asda are always the cheapest in my area.



Asda petrol fries your car
BP (normally the most expensive) now cheaper than Asda & Sainsburies by a penny.
wow
philphil61

Why does it take one supermarket to drop their prices before the others … Why does it take one supermarket to drop their prices before the others show initiative?Is it only me that sees it's mostly ASDA that drop first then others follow suit?



​so they get away charging more and making shareholders happy. Boycott them and if enough of us do that they will hopefully get the message!
Edited by: "hotdealshot010" 15th Jun 2017
Shells petty feels better than sainsburys or morrisons, so ive started using them recently
Any word on diesel prices. Hopefully a drop also. Might not sound much but when doing over 1000 miles a week it certainly helps the wallet.
hotdealshot010

so they get away charging more and making shareholders happy. Boycott … so they get away charging more and making shareholders happy. Boycott them and if enough of us do that they will hopefully get the message!


Will never happen as we all have our local garage for convenience and service areas will always get their trade. Best thing we can do is stop buyi g things from in the shop as thats where they coin it in.
drive 10 miles to save 2£ :P, however silly if we all did do this even if broke even with petrol to save that 2£ the other gas places would lose sales and would have to start being more competitive, so i understand it from that point :P
hotdealshot01026 m ago

​so they get away charging more and making shareholders happy. Boycott t …​so they get away charging more and making shareholders happy. Boycott them and if enough of us do that they will hopefully get the message!


unfortunatly with shareholders, they can sue a company if they are not doing everything in there power to make more money

there obliged too
luvsadealdealdeal

Asda petrol fries your car




My 1997 Ford Fiesta lasted until 2014 and drank Asda petrol for its entire life apart from when I filled up on trips far away from home.

The car was only scrapped because the bodywork rusted away while the engine was totally reliable and required nothing but routine maintenance from day one to the very last trip to the scrapyard to collect my £150.
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ebble

My 1997 Ford Fiesta lasted until 2014 and drank Asda petrol for its … My 1997 Ford Fiesta lasted until 2014 and drank Asda petrol for its entire life apart from when I filled up on trips far away from home.The car was only scrapped because the bodywork rusted away while the engine was totally reliable and required nothing but routine maintenance from day one to the very last trip to the scrapyard to collect my £150.



sounds like bad maintenance on your part

why didn't you polish it etc?

my 1996 Toyota is as good as new in terms of bodywork
bigweapon0723 m ago

Any word on diesel prices. Hopefully a drop also. Might not sound much but …Any word on diesel prices. Hopefully a drop also. Might not sound much but when doing over 1000 miles a week it certainly helps the wallet.



luvsadealdealdeal

sounds like bad maintenance on your partwhy didn't you polish it etc?my … sounds like bad maintenance on your partwhy didn't you polish it etc?my 1996 Toyota is as good as new in terms of bodywork




I've only had three cars and never washed or polished any of them.

I lavish my care on my collection of bikes and motorbikes, including my 1977 Honda 400F which also seems to do OK on Asda petrol.

My current car is a Fiat Panda and did 65 mpg using Asda on a run over to see my mum last weekend.
ebble

My 1997 Ford Fiesta lasted until 2014 and drank Asda petrol for its … My 1997 Ford Fiesta lasted until 2014 and drank Asda petrol for its entire life apart from when I filled up on trips far away from home.The car was only scrapped because the bodywork rusted away while the engine was totally reliable and required nothing but routine maintenance from day one to the very last trip to the scrapyard to collect my £150.




ultra reliable cars those were, had one and was superb,
luvsadealdealdeal

Asda petrol fries your car



​Sounds tasty
deleted139113915th Jun 2017

Asda petrol fries your car



People are still posting this nonsense?!
Nice of Sainsbury's to drop the price at my local store by 1p........shame it was the same 1p they put it up by last week hmmmm
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deleted1391139
not reduced @ my Morrisons yet
Yay, I love a fuel sale
is asda any good. wanna fill up my 520d
every time I top up from asda my car ends up in the garage not touching that stuff again
is tesco any good. wanna fill up my Ferrari 458 Speciale with the white stripe and gold wheels
faz786b28

every time I top up from asda my car ends up in the garage not touching … every time I top up from asda my car ends up in the garage not touching that stuff again



​I get the same when I put diesel in my petrol car
bigweapon07

Any word on diesel prices. Hopefully a drop also. Might not sound much … Any word on diesel prices. Hopefully a drop also. Might not sound much but when doing over 1000 miles a week it certainly helps the wallet.



Mate, you need to move! (_;)
Morrisons has reduced its petrol by 1p at the two garages near me
I still can't understand why folk vote hot on petrol price reductions.
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