Tesco Petrol Prices Reduced to 101.9p per Litre
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Tesco Petrol Prices Reduced to 101.9p per Litre

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Found 10th Dec 2015
Tesco have reduced their fuel prices to 101.9p per Litre for Unleaded and 104.9p per Litre for Diesel.
I know that there was a post about reduced fuel prices for asda, just in case anyone wasn't aware that Tesco are doing the same.
I didn't know myself, it was only as I passed the garage today that I checked.

NB: This is for prices in Renfrewshire, Scotland. Please check your local garage in case prices differ per region. It's still a reduction!

Don't forget you get your Tesco club points too with fuel. (1 point for every £2)
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Fair enough if this was an asda price, but its tesco prices differ station to station

101.7 / 103.9 & 1.01.9 / 103.7 & 101.7 / 104.7 as the tescos near me (Dudley, cradley, west brom)
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jordni

Fair enough if this was an asda price, but its tesco prices differ … Fair enough if this was an asda price, but its tesco prices differ station to station101.7 / 103.9 & 1.01.9 / 103.7 & 101.7 / 104.7 as the tescos near me (Dudley, cradley, west brom)



I have amended my post to include that prices may vary depending on where you live.
However, it's still a great saving if the price has dropped.
I hope it helps someone.
Original Poster
It helped me, I have to drive past a Tesco garage to get to Asda. It's the same price in both garages. I saved on a couple of extra driving miles and also got Tesco points so for me it was a better deal to purchase from Tesco.
101.3 at Morrisons
Thanks for the post, will be popping into tesco In the morning
(Well in the next few hours
freccle

101.3 at Morrisons


Can get Match and More points here too.
Tesco price match the local independent garage +1p in my nearest town.
Yes, but compare with Luxembourg with unleaded at 78p a litre and you'll get an idea of just how much we are being ripped-off.
What's that? A 1% saving? Ooooooooooooooooooooooooh the excitement.:D
I love tesco excuse that there is a different price because of delivery.
Yet I can go a 3 tesco's all within 10 miles of each other. The Superstore is always a penny cheaper than the other two.
The only way to get the cheaper one is by driving through either of the towns where it is a penny more expensive.

Truth is, Asda is only located in the town where tesco is the cheaper price, so the other 2 towns are obviously subsidising the increase. Asda is 0.02p cheaper.

It really needs to be looked at how they fix their prices.

Edited by: "bojangles" 10th Dec 2015
tonygomm5

Yes, but compare with Luxembourg with unleaded at 78p a litre and you'll … Yes, but compare with Luxembourg with unleaded at 78p a litre and you'll get an idea of just how much we are being ripped-off.



We not getting ripped off, the Government are taking a large chunk. Our welfare, NHS, Public Services, etc. probably cost a lot more than Luxemberg per head.
Surely we are being ripped off due to government not managing welfare better? If I cross the NI border I can get diesel for about. 85p at the minute.
FUNKYDADDIO

Surely we are being ripped off due to government not managing welfare … Surely we are being ripped off due to government not managing welfare better? If I cross the NI border I can get diesel for about. 85p at the minute.



Nope, we are being ripped off because the government wants to invest in another nuclear deterrent.
Rac thinks it will be under £1 before Christmas. Just push your car around until then.
Have found that tesco fuel doesn't last long .... There's no longer an incentive to get fuel from tesco as they stopped the fuel saving !!
Have found that tesco fuel doesn't last long .... There's no longer an incentive to get fuel from tesco as they stopped the fuel saving !!
With the amount of oil we plunder, I want cheaper petrol prices. Instead it's extra profit for oil companies.
badgerrules

Nope, we are being ripped off because the government wants to invest in … Nope, we are being ripped off because the government wants to invest in another nuclear deterrent.



Mmm I'm partly with you on this but personally I wouldn't mind paying an extra 1 or 2 p a litre if it guaranteed better social care- guaranteed being the important word!! Mind I know someone up here who drove 10 miles out of his way to get petrol at 2p a litre less- I'm no mathematician but doesn't strike me as partularly cost effective!!
Cant believe they get away with charging more for diesel when the wholesale price is always the same or chaper than petrol
davidoneman

Cant believe they get away with charging more for diesel when the … Cant believe they get away with charging more for diesel when the wholesale price is always the same or chaper than petrol



No its not.
MrEverready

No its not.



fta.co.uk/pol…tml

Ok im wrong
davidoneman

http://www.fta.co.uk/policy_and_compliance/fuel_prices_and_economy/fuel_prices/daily_fuel_prices.htmlOk im wrong



You said always, not "it was cheaper yesterday" A month ago the prices were the other way round.
jlonew

Have found that tesco fuel doesn't last long .... There's no longer an … Have found that tesco fuel doesn't last long .... There's no longer an incentive to get fuel from tesco as they stopped the fuel saving !!


You do realise that all the fuel comes from the same place dont you? There is a fuel depot near me, and I've seen Esso, Shell, Tescos lorrys all using the same place.
MrEverready

You said always, not "it was cheaper yesterday" A month ago the prices … You said always, not "it was cheaper yesterday" A month ago the prices were the other way round.



Everytime ive looked ive never seen diesel cheaper
These reductions (although welcome) do not in any way reflect the recent massive reductions in the wholesale prices which are only partly passed on to us.
Yup, current wholesale price of petrol in the UK including VAT and duty (as of yesterday) was 98.4p, but big supermarkets will be buying for less than this, probably about 96-97p, so 99.9p per litre is affordable at the pumps. Diesel was 2p LESS per litre than petrol, so they can afford to go down to 97.9p per litre. Profiteering? Yes, the supermarkets are, to the tune of about 2p per litre on petrol and 7p per litre on diesel. Profiteering? Yes, the Government are, by charging us between 10-15p per litre MORE in duty than most other EU member states charge their citizens. Ripped off? Yes, we are being.
tonygomm5

Yes, but compare with Luxembourg with unleaded at 78p a litre and you'll … Yes, but compare with Luxembourg with unleaded at 78p a litre and you'll get an idea of just how much we are being ripped-off.


tell it to Mr Osborne, difference in price is tax
davidoneman

Everytime ive looked ive never seen diesel cheaper



Well looked again and yet again diesel 3 p cheaper than petrol but petrol much cheeper at pumps
Last time I heard ,diesel callies 1p more duty than petrol.
Diesel 4.5 a ltr cheaper than petrol wholesale yet at the pumps its 6p a ltr more expensive its ridiculas
99.9p around here (Northamptonshire) unleaded.
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