Tesco announces up to 3p per litre petrol price drop from tomorrow morning, 28th November
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Tesco announces up to 3p per litre petrol price drop from tomorrow morning, 28th November

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Found 27th Nov 2012
Well done Tesco, every little helps! Unlucky diesel users though, doesn't seem to be a mention of a price drop for you. The gap is widening between petrol and diesel prices once again......
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Tesco instore prices have rocketed though plus quality of their own food stuff has plummeted - nearly lost one of my back teeth earlier as the bacon we bought from there had bones in it! Steak Cut Chips no bigger than 2cm , Chicken Wings still covered in Feathers... shocking quality and over priced!!!
MoreBeerz

Tesco instore prices have rocketed though plus quality of their own food … Tesco instore prices have rocketed though plus quality of their own food stuff has plummeted - nearly lost one of my back teeth earlier as the bacon we bought from there had bones in it! Steak Cut Chips no bigger than 2cm , Chicken Wings still covered in Feathers... shocking quality and over priced!!!



dont agree about the quality, but they are definitely more expensive than asda at the moment.
Edited by: "drifter3" 27th Nov 2012
My local tesco charges 5p more than texaco so not such a good deal here.
UP TO 3p hmm,in reality tesco is currently 2.2p litre more than asda,that is for diesel,lets see what really happens,usually price fix with morrisons
im waiting for all the petrochemists on here to inform us that its rubbish fuel and that it gives rubbish mpg. ive used tesco fuel for years and never had a problem. as for the price, it swings and roundabouts.
Tesco have had their fuel prices high comparatively, so this is not a deal...
3p per litre - Total savings of £1.50 !!!

HAS to be the hottest deal of the day
drifter3

im waiting for all the petrochemists on here to inform us that its … im waiting for all the petrochemists on here to inform us that its rubbish fuel and that it gives rubbish mpg. ive used tesco fuel for years and never had a problem. as for the price, it swings and roundabouts.



It's rubbish fuel and it gives rubbish mpg
Didn't realise there was good fuel and bad fuel. Oh well, learn something every day.
why not diesel also grr
TESCO part-owns Greenenergy Fuels who deal in waste industrial solvents which they cut the fuel with even though still legal by Euro Norms. I have found it is rubbish.
nicely timed so i can use my multiple 10p coupons from the BlackOps deal last week
Should make them the same price as Sainsburys where I am.
campsy369

Didn't realise there was good fuel and bad fuel. Oh well, learn something … Didn't realise there was good fuel and bad fuel. Oh well, learn something every day.



And the statements are usually a load of rubbish.

Shoulda bought a petrol damnit lol
Srill not less than local BP station with voucher publshed every week in local freebie paper. Cold

Also BP station is nearer.


Edited by: "Leadbeter" 27th Nov 2012
ditto to the 10p voucher black ops comment above
Yeah have to agree, used to hear people saying they got far less miles from tesco fuel, when i started driving i saw what he mean't. I beleive It has lower octane levels. BP is a couple of pence dearer but i find lasts far longer. Also over here delivered in plain white tanker so no idea where coming from. I'm petrol never really heard much probs with dodgy petrol but loads of stories of dodgy diesel wrecking fuel pumps. ( I'm not saying it's from tesco by the way)
The usual b*llocks from Tesco!

Putting the price of a litre up gradually over a period of weeks, a penny at a time, and then dropping it again to where it was before - DOES NOT AMOUNT TO A PRICE CUT.

Exactly the same tactics that they use with the food.

Another reason why so many people have ditched Tesco and switched to Aldi - much lower prices, quality every bit as good, and less dishonesty about pricing.
I use Tesco diesel all the time with a good return on MPG and no problems. Fuel consumption is more applicable to driving style than to the fuel purchased.
Accelerate gently, anticipate the road ahead to avoid unnecessary braking and drive at a sensible speed and fuel economy will be good.
It is 2p more than anyone else where I live and that includes BP, Texaco, Shell and Morrisons. Good deal if Tesco did not rip you off in the first place.
Snomaes

I use Tesco diesel all the time with a good return on MPG and no … I use Tesco diesel all the time with a good return on MPG and no problems. Fuel consumption is more applicable to driving style than to the fuel purchased.Accelerate gently, anticipate the road ahead to avoid unnecessary braking and drive at a sensible speed and fuel economy will be good.



i have a fuel economy guide on my car a bit like a graphic equalizer so I can see exactly how i'm driving and my MPG and miles til empty no harsh braking, accelerating, or too high or the display would drop way down to 20mpg.

I suppose like eveything in life you get what you pay for eg fairy liquid is more expensive than tesco value but lasts a longer, well for me anyway
I would also like to add that the Tesco is right opposite BP!
I do notice that I get better mpg but as people will state that no 2 journey's are the same. If I buy supermarket fuel then I add a fuel additive such as millers or redex just to help. The only way they could properly be tested is to try it out on a test track with no traffic.
Their 99 Momentum is an excellent fuel according to all the tuners (and me - better MPG, power and poppage on gear changes ) but this probably won't get reduced
drifter3

dont agree about the quality, but they are definitely more expensive than … dont agree about the quality, but they are definitely more expensive than asda at the moment.



they always have been more expensive than asda. oO
Asda have a uniform fuel price wherever you are but Tesco prices can vary depending on local prices with a 3 p difference between 2 Tescos 15 miles apart here!
I drive about 600 miles a week and find I get 20 to 30 miles less out of Tesco, Sainsburys, Morrisons diesel compared to shell BP etc. For me this is approx £3 per week difference and I put about 100 litres of fuel in so unless I've got a supermarket voucher or the supermarket is 4p per litre cheaper I tend to fill up at my local Shell garage
Im just in from there after filling up and then I see this wish I had waited now lol
doritos

they always have been more expensive than asda. oO



Not on everything
Prices are 4p/l higher than Sainsburys...so it had to go down anyway...voted cold
Wow this makes petrol a real bargain now !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
all the petrol retailers by me dropped their prices by 2p a litre on petrol and diesel weeks ago. BUT NOT TESCO Tesco are too expensive and are a rip off
Hate tesco, they're rubbish. Fuel prices are ALWAYS more expensive than anywhere else. Voted cold sorry
Puma_Dal

Their 99 Momentum is an excellent fuel according to all the tuners (and … Their 99 Momentum is an excellent fuel according to all the tuners (and me - better MPG, power and poppage on gear changes ) but this probably won't get reduced



It is always only 5p above normal unleaded so yes it will go down.
Thanks hot deals, just found out I could of saved myself £10 on some (cheap) jewellery if i had only waited a couple of months to buy it and now I find out the petrol I bought today would have been better bought tomorrow! Grrrr!
Asda £129.7p per litre from tomorrow
vally77

Prices are 4p/l higher than Sainsburys...so it had to go down … Prices are 4p/l higher than Sainsburys...so it had to go down anyway...voted cold



Where I live (Sheffield) the Tesco petrol is always 1p dearer than the Sainsbury's station 400 yards away but if this kickstarts a further cut by all my local stations then it's got to be good news. Sainsbury's currently 131.9, if they respond with a 3p cut tomorrow then I'm not complaining. Add to that I've got a voucher taking a further 6p per litre off my next visit to Sainsbury's petrol station then I can brim my motor at hopefully around 122.9 a litre- it's not gonna help me retire but hey it all helps. I don't like Tesco but begrudgingly have a little heat!
Give me a shout when its a 50p drop and I'll hit the hot button then.
kenwebb1953

Asda £129.7p per litre from tomorrow



My local ASDA was that price yesterday.
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