Tesco Petrol - £1.249 in Bishop Auckland
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Tesco Petrol - £1.249 in Bishop Auckland

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LocalFound 26th Jun 2012
Petrol down to £1.249 in Bishop Auckland and same price at Sainsbury
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    good old bishy like!
    Sloth/Mod
    updated to local deal, thanks.
    Getting bored of these "petrol" deals now oO
    yeah, it's sooooo last year...faddy, sheeply, lower petrol prices are, like, the snoods of the 21st century!
    Supermarkets want you to think they are lowering the price but in fact wholesale prices have gone down.Marketing ploy.
    Tesco are doing the 5p off a £50 spend too, so every little elf.
    monitor1

    Supermarkets want you to think they are lowering the price but in fact … Supermarkets want you to think they are lowering the price but in fact wholesale prices have gone down.Marketing ploy.


    Good point!

    Rimi3 minutes agoReplyReportLikeIgnore #8monitor1 Supermarkets want you … Rimi3 minutes agoReplyReportLikeIgnore #8monitor1 Supermarkets want you to think they are lowering the price but in fact wholesale prices have gone down.Marketing ploy. Good point!




    Whether they have or havent they have still lowered the prices for us. I am aware that wholesale prices have gone down about 25% but we only get about a 5% decrease in price but not everyone knows that.
    prices around here still 1.30 thanks tesco...
    you can get 6-8 litres for this price in some other countries. thats why i don't own a car because the petrol prices are pathetic
    infact 1 country it costs 2p and another country everyone gets 120 free litres a month then 20p after that lol
    whoopee arn't you the lucky one petrol here in Sunny Margate 130.9 and diesel 136.9 they have just gone down by 1 bloody pence,its a con oil prices have been reduced drastically and at the pumps they think we are mugs,well they right we are for paying this CARP.
    RandomUsername

    you can get 6-8 litres for this price in some other countries. thats why … you can get 6-8 litres for this price in some other countries. thats why i don't own a car because the petrol prices are pathetic


    In that sense you can justify the prices here.

    As a society we need to become FAR less reliant on petrol/diesel cars.

    Unfortunately the only way to enforce these changes is through price.
    OH NO , NOT AGAIN
    Original Poster
    dean_brfc

    In that sense you can justify the prices here.As a society we need to … In that sense you can justify the prices here.As a society we need to become FAR less reliant on petrol/diesel cars.Unfortunately the only way to enforce these changes is through price.



    And how do we become less reliant on cars when the UK has such a crap public transport system outside London
    Dave_S1964

    And how do we become less reliant on cars when the UK has such a crap … And how do we become less reliant on cars when the UK has such a crap public transport system outside London


    I live in Manchester and can easily get by on the public transport system. Same when I lived in Cumbria.

    I can't comment on other places because I don't have any experience.
    dean_brfc

    In that sense you can justify the prices here.As a society we need to … In that sense you can justify the prices here.As a society we need to become FAR less reliant on petrol/diesel cars.Unfortunately the only way to enforce these changes is through price.



    I agree, people use their cars far too much these days. My neighbour hasn't walked outside since I've been living here for 5 years! The co-op is only a 10 minute walk and she still uses the car! Tbh the higher the price the better. Then it's also helping to pay off the countries "debt"
    I hate to vote this hot ( no disrespect intended to op) as its still stupidly expensive but this is the cheapest I have seen it probably in over a year! Wish I lived locally - paid 1.299 this week which I was 'pleasantly' surprised by!
    just payed £127.9 teeside park morrisons.
    Is Bishop Auckland in Australia?
    matedodgy

    Is Bishop Auckland in Australia?



    No auckland is new zealand, might cost a bit to get there though (_;)
    Banned
    it better than 1p any way so op could have mentioned 3p oO
    allan1954

    just payed £127.9 teeside park morrisons.

    £1. 27.7 at Asda, Hunts Cross, Liverpool.
    RandomUsername

    you can get 6-8 litres for this price in some other countries. thats why … you can get 6-8 litres for this price in some other countries. thats why i don't own a car because the petrol prices are pathetic



    RandomUsername

    I agree, people use their cars far too much these days. My neighbour … I agree, people use their cars far too much these days. My neighbour hasn't walked outside since I've been living here for 5 years! The co-op is only a 10 minute walk and she still uses the car! Tbh the higher the price the better. Then it's also helping to pay off the countries "debt"




    You don’t own a car, so why look at a deal regarding petrol? Are you a pervert watching a female neighbour, waiting for her to walk so you can pounce? You advocate higher fuel prices as you don’t own a car. Fuel goes up delivery charges go up food prices go up.
    Edited by: "Geemac" 26th Jun 2012
    Penny cheaper 100 yards away at Sainsbury's...you should shop around more...
    RandomUsername

    you can get 6-8 litres for this price in some other countries. thats why … you can get 6-8 litres for this price in some other countries. thats why i don't own a car because the petrol prices are pathetic



    And in those countries I bet the average salary is 6-8 times less. I bet in those countries they don't have the same level of health care or education that we have paid for by the state.
    RandomUsername

    I agree, people use their cars far too much these days. My neighbour … I agree, people use their cars far too much these days. My neighbour hasn't walked outside since I've been living here for 5 years! The co-op is only a 10 minute walk and she still uses the car! Tbh the higher the price the better. Then it's also helping to pay off the countries "debt"



    Quite the opposite in fact. We need prices to be lower to help the economy grow so that we can pay off the debt (well, at least stop it rising!). High fuel prices are killing the economy. It means that we hand more money directly to the government and pay more for goods because of the cost of transportation rather than spending it therefore creating jobs.

    damm i just filled up in norwich at £1.27.9 at sainsburys
    smk77

    Quite the opposite in fact. We need prices to be lower to help the … Quite the opposite in fact. We need prices to be lower to help the economy grow so that we can pay off the debt (well, at least stop it rising!). High fuel prices are killing the economy. It means that we hand more money directly to the government and pay more for goods because of the cost of transportation rather than spending it therefore creating jobs.



    Agree with that. A mobile work force with spare cash in their pockets will certainly help the economy grow. With everyones bills being so high, our spending is very low. Shops shut, jobs lost, less production. Not good
    232° C? ????
    Bishop Auckland has the cheapest fuel in the country it helps when the big 4 supermarkets each with petrol stations are within 3 miles of each other!
    morrig

    £1. 27.7 at Asda, Hunts Cross, Liverpool.

    as is all asdas throughout the UK
    £124.7 asda west midlands on saturday
    Andy_Gateshead

    Bishop Auckland has the cheapest fuel in the country it helps when the … Bishop Auckland has the cheapest fuel in the country it helps when the big 4 supermarkets each with petrol stations are within 3 miles of each other!



    Does it? In Glasgow there is a Tesco, Sainsburys and Morrisons within a mile of each other and all three are 127.9p

    But in Prestwick 30 mile down the coast there is a Sainsburys with nothing within a few miles at 124.9p today, the tanker even has to drive past the one in Glasgow down the M77 only route to get to Prestwick which kinda shows price fixing by the big supermarkets imo
    According to petrol prices.com lowest price is 121.9, though I'd love to know where that is!
    Tesco in dudley is 125.9
    Would it hurt that much for people to post deisel prices also for comparison. Ta.
    Banned
    Wish the prices would come down near where I live
    Just topped up tonight 130.9 for Diesel at Sainsburys in Bishop.
    Edited by: "Lordacris" 2nd Jul 2012
    Been crossing over the border into the ROI and been paying £1.18 for ages
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