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Sainsbury's to reduce cost of diesel and petrol by 2p per litre (120.9p Petrol / 122.9p Diesel) From 24th @ Sainsbury's
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Sainsbury's to reduce cost of diesel and petrol by 2p per litre (120.9p Petrol / 122.9p Diesel) From 24th @ Sainsbury's

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Not to be done undone by the price war just triggered by Asda dropping their fuel prices, Sainsbury's have decided to match the drop too - and will be reducing their prices by 2p for diesel and petrol from Sunday - which is good news for us

With Sainsbury's you also gain a few Nectar points, which can only help ever so bit - and there is a double up coming pretty soon too.

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Corner_taken_quickly22/11/2019 13:53

Where r the days when a litre of petrol was less than a quid?!... Where r the days when a litre of petrol was less than a quid?!...


I would go to 88mph and time travel but the petrol is too dear
Corner_taken_quickly22/11/2019 13:53

Where r the days when a litre of petrol was less than a quid?!... Where r the days when a litre of petrol was less than a quid?!...


Things that should cost £1:

1. Litre of fuel
2. 2 litres of coke
3. 100g dairy milk
4. Terrys chocolate orange
5. Can of Pringles
6. Lottery ticket
Edited by: "callmeleroy" 22nd Nov 2019
Love how petrol creeps up silently by 4/5p litre, but “stop the press” supermarkets are knocking 2p off. They should do spend £50 in store get petrol £1 litre. Now that is a deal(y)
Where r the days when a litre of petrol was less than a quid?!...
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Christmas has come early
Sainsburys credit card + nectar card = triple points
Where r the days when a litre of petrol was less than a quid?!...
Corner_taken_quickly22/11/2019 13:53

Where r the days when a litre of petrol was less than a quid?!... Where r the days when a litre of petrol was less than a quid?!...


I would go to 88mph and time travel but the petrol is too dear
They’d have to take 7p off a litre where I am for it to be 120.9 🙈
Do supermarket fuel deals based on spending £60 in store discriminate?
mol.im/a/7…597

All supermarket will follow
hotmik22/11/2019 13:58

I would go to 88mph and time travel but the petrol is too dear


Don't ur motor run on a flux capacitor?
Is it not upto 2p per litre?
My local Sainsburys is already £119.9 for Petrol and has been for some weeks now, so wouldn't expect any reduction there .
Morrisons have also price matched
Does any1 know or can confirm if supermarket fuel is cheap fuel in terms of quality? Is it not best to go to shell/bp/esso etc? I'm sure I watched a video on 5th gear showing supermarket fuel gave u less mpg
It would be nice if my local was 1.22 on petrol to begin with
£1.22 a gallon should be the real cost.
Why do these fuel deals keep being posted? This is essentially <2% discount saving you a whole 1 quid to fill up
My local Tesco was already this price for petrol at 7am this morning
alex.balan22/11/2019 18:04

Why do these fuel deals keep being posted? This is essentially <2% …Why do these fuel deals keep being posted? This is essentially <2% discount saving you a whole 1 quid to fill up


Because most people need and use fuel, so it appeals to many. Better than nothing, though it is funny when they get to 1000+ heat for as you say, a £1 saving.
Love how petrol creeps up silently by 4/5p litre, but “stop the press” supermarkets are knocking 2p off. They should do spend £50 in store get petrol £1 litre. Now that is a deal(y)
alex.balan22/11/2019 18:04

Why do these fuel deals keep being posted? This is essentially <2% …Why do these fuel deals keep being posted? This is essentially <2% discount saving you a whole 1 quid to fill up


Found myself thinking the same thing...
With Sainsbury’s you can gain nectar points? It’s taken like 6 years to get a £5 voucher
Must be winter again when all fuel sellers pretend to benevolently drop fuel prices.
Heat added - Thankyou for posting
Prices coming down, won’t sit well with the USA....impending invasion of an oil producing country imminent to drive prices up!
Corner_taken_quickly22/11/2019 13:53

Where r the days when a litre of petrol was less than a quid?!... Where r the days when a litre of petrol was less than a quid?!...



micprice22/11/2019 18:23

Found myself thinking the same thing...


Really? They are long gone and never coming back
kingronaldo22/11/2019 17:42

Does any1 know or can confirm if supermarket fuel is cheap fuel in terms …Does any1 know or can confirm if supermarket fuel is cheap fuel in terms of quality? Is it not best to go to shell/bp/esso etc? I'm sure I watched a video on 5th gear showing supermarket fuel gave u less mpg


I'm fairly convinced Sainsburys in particular is very poor, havent tried Asda but Tesco appears to be quite good indeed, although that could be me imagining things
Dantooine22/11/2019 19:19

Really? They are long gone and never coming back


My response wasn’t to that post ?!?!?
Edited by: "micprice" 22nd Nov 2019
Corner_taken_quickly22/11/2019 13:53

Where r the days when a litre of petrol was less than a quid?!... Where r the days when a litre of petrol was less than a quid?!...


Things that should cost £1:

1. Litre of fuel
2. 2 litres of coke
3. 100g dairy milk
4. Terrys chocolate orange
5. Can of Pringles
6. Lottery ticket
Edited by: "callmeleroy" 22nd Nov 2019
I think they are all the same..simply because I've repeatedly seen the same tankers at each. Round Leeds sainsburys, asda and morrisons match each other with tesco always a little higher
hotmik22/11/2019 13:58

I would go to 88mph and time travel but the petrol is too dear


You need to install a mr fusion.
snooper7522/11/2019 19:44

I think they are all the same..simply because I've repeatedly seen the …I think they are all the same..simply because I've repeatedly seen the same tankers at each. Round Leeds sainsburys, asda and morrisons match each other with tesco always a little higher


I have filled up at Sainsbury's, Morrisons and Asda. All seem perfectly fine . Not used Tesco only because I don't go anywhere near one . I do tend to fill up near work tho as cheaper than near home
micprice22/11/2019 19:28

My response wasn’t to that post ?!?!?


Sorry not sure what happened there!
It was 1:28 for diesel at cheshire oaks which is about 1 mile from stanlow one of the biggest fuel facilities in the uk
1.5% saving off petrol and diesel. 1000 degrees hot.

Meanwhile eletric driving costs 95% less than petrol and it's bad "cuz the cars cost a bit more".
Rookiereece10022/11/2019 19:24

I'm fairly convinced Sainsburys in particular is very poor, havent tried …I'm fairly convinced Sainsburys in particular is very poor, havent tried Asda but Tesco appears to be quite good indeed, although that could be me imagining things


Their premium is legit great
Rubbish fuel
I prefer fuel from BP or Shell. Supermarket fuel isn't as good
Surprised it took as long as it did for the supermarket fuel comments to start.
Hero87822/11/2019 23:32

I prefer fuel from BP or Shell. Supermarket fuel isn't as good


And what exactly is wrong with the supermarket fuel?
All the fuel is bloody the same, your only going to get more or less mls per gallon by engine size and driving speed..
Thanks Matawalaboy, need to fill the tank up and heading past Sainsburys tomorrow!
Mrsweet23/11/2019 01:55

Thanks Matawalaboy, need to fill the tank up and heading past Sainsburys …Thanks Matawalaboy, need to fill the tank up and heading past Sainsburys tomorrow!


Dont forget the sweets for all of us now that we helped you save a whole round pound
Hehe, I'd always choose to spend a quid on sweets with you guys rather than line the pockets of those greedy energy companies!
Mrsweet23/11/2019 02:04

Hehe, I'd always choose to spend a quid on sweets with you guys rather …Hehe, I'd always choose to spend a quid on sweets with you guys rather than line the pockets of those greedy energy companies!


Aww thats sweet of you - thanks a bunch
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