Updated now more cuts 22/6 - 3p cut off a litre of petrol and 2p off a litre of diesel @ Asda
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Updated now more cuts 22/6 - 3p cut off a litre of petrol and 2p off a litre of diesel @ Asda

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Refreshed 22nd Jun (Posted 13th Jun)
** Update 22/6 Asda dropped ANOTHER 2p per litre off petrol and 1p per litre off diesel bring national price cap to 122.7p a litre for unleaded and 126.7p a litre for diesel.
Price of petrol dropped 5p and diesel 3p down in just over a week - hope Sainsburys and Morrisons follow again **
Source Daily Mirror

** Update 14.30 13/6 - Sainsburys and Morrisons are following suit from tomorrow 14/6 - Sainsburys said all of their 311 forecourts will apply the discount **

Asda have just dropped 3p a litre of petrol and 2p a litre of diesel meaning you won't pay more than 124.7p per litre of petrol or 127.7p per litre for diesel. The average national price is 129.4p for petrol and 132.4p for diesel

Hopefully others will match / better it as the price has gone up more than 10p a litre since March.

They are passing the drop in oil barrel prices on to the customer as its now gone back down to $76 a barrel

Asda boss Roger Burnley said: "We know that the cost of living is centre of mind for our customers and we will always do whatever we can to reduce that burden.

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Save 3 p per litre. mention ASDA. Wife hears, wants to go... with the kids!
Kids see HUGE Mcdonalds near ASDA.

50 p saved = £10.00 loss
Fools. They consistently raise the price over a year and then cut by 3p and you vote hot?! Ridiculous.
jongerry19 m ago

Do you think they put it in their own pockets?


Yep
admpgk8 m ago

Interesting coincidence as I was just reading this article …Interesting coincidence as I was just reading this article https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-44453931



Funny how the RAC never shout out loud about Renewal fees on Breakdown or Insurance cover.
An average car doing 12,000 miles per year @40mpg would save about £27 is petrol was 2p a litre cheaper. Whereas shopping away from the saves much more.
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Interesting coincidence as I was just reading this article bbc.co.uk/new…931
It’s always Asda who start the price cuts! Hot!!
even at 1.24.9 it's too high and that's hot?. I pay less than that at our texaco.
admpgk8 m ago

Interesting coincidence as I was just reading this article …Interesting coincidence as I was just reading this article https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-44453931



Funny how the RAC never shout out loud about Renewal fees on Breakdown or Insurance cover.
An average car doing 12,000 miles per year @40mpg would save about £27 is petrol was 2p a litre cheaper. Whereas shopping away from the saves much more.
Well that puts them 5.2ppl cheaper than Coalville Morrison's. Well done Asda
I paid £1.19 in Sainsburys last night for unleaded
It's only 1.20 a litre for unleaded in Morrisons by me so I won't be using Asda
jenrachrob10 m ago

It's only 1.20 a litre for unleaded in Morrisons by me so I won't be using …It's only 1.20 a litre for unleaded in Morrisons by me so I won't be using Asda


Lucky you 129.9ppl at Morrison's Coalville for unleaded, 132.9ppl for diesel!
Tesco in York yesterday was 123.9 for diesel...
I pay 123.9 at my local BP
bilbob17 m ago

Tesco in York yesterday was 123.9 for diesel...


Shame neither of them has any local competition, unlike Asda/Sainsbury in York.
Save 3 p per litre. mention ASDA. Wife hears, wants to go... with the kids!
Kids see HUGE Mcdonalds near ASDA.

50 p saved = £10.00 loss
foxymeister1 h, 11 m ago

It’s always Asda who start the price cuts! Hot!!


Well apparently it was Murco petrol station who reduced it yesterday before Asda.
get it down
It's been £120.9 in my local Sainsbury (Bamber Bridge) for over a week.
People seem to forget the reason the fuel blockades started - when a litre of petrol reached 75p!! Now there's just total inertia no matter how expensive it gets....

PS Heat added because we definitely need another price war at the current prices!
Well done Asda
Asda boss Roger Burnley said: "We know that the cost of living is centre of mind for our customers and we will always do whatever we can to reduce that burden when they notice we're taking the piss"
FTFY.
Misslovely39 m ago

Well apparently it was Murco petrol station who reduced it yesterday …Well apparently it was Murco petrol station who reduced it yesterday before Asda.


Doubtful
Zuulan45 m ago

It's been £120.9 in my local Sainsbury (Bamber Bridge) for over a week.



You're getting ripped off.
jongerry19 m ago

Do you think they put it in their own pockets?


Yep
Fools. They consistently raise the price over a year and then cut by 3p and you vote hot?! Ridiculous.
Fuel in Solihull and Leamington is ridiculously priced. Only filled up yesterday at Sainsburys for £1.24. Same at Morrisons. And 6p more at my nearest Esso at £1.30. So good deal for those who live near Asda
133.9 where I am
Just in time for my local asda to close the petrol station until August to build a new one
Cold. Our local Asda is already cheaper than this.
No big deal, what i want to know why there is a difference in prices between Asda's own petrol stations i commute about 25 miles, the one closes to my works has prices about 3 p cheaper then the one closer to home, even tough they look the same, and the one with the cheaper prices is actually a manned station.
I just saved more than this deal is offering by buying a loaf of reduced bread.
The fuel just isn't the same at ASDA...
Asda Queslett in Birmingham obviously haven't got the memo yet because the price hasn't dropped there.
ian1837 m ago

Cold. Our local Asda is already cheaper than this.


Those are the maximum prices you will pay in Asda not the actual prices - depends on area etc. Glad you have cheap fuel though
gcmarcal2 h, 12 m ago

Save 3 p per litre. mention ASDA. Wife hears, wants to go... with the …Save 3 p per litre. mention ASDA. Wife hears, wants to go... with the kids! Kids see HUGE Mcdonalds near ASDA.50 p saved = £10.00 loss


Take your kids to a field with cows in it and tell them how the slaughter house process works and then ask them if they want to eat McDonalds next time.

I don't buy it mate. Parents who's kids like McDonalds are only that way because the parents like McDonalds so I bet you anything you had a big Mac and chips when you were in there.

Seriously take the kids to a field and let them decide if they want to eat Daisy or let her live a happy life. If they still want McDonalds explain how the slaughter process works.
Just to be clear I like a beef burger from time to time.
33996063-B4h20.jpgNot in bishopbriggs
These "deals" keep giving out the wrong message! Are we really all happy to pay 3p a litre less than the average of other rip-off petrol stations, when we're already being overcharge by around a £1 a litre? Maybe it would be cheaper if the UK Gov weren't giving out tax breaks to the oil companies to then take it off us at the pump instead.
Schwifty19 m ago

Take your kids to a field with cows in it and tell them how the slaughter …Take your kids to a field with cows in it and tell them how the slaughter house process works and then ask them if they want to eat McDonalds next time.I don't buy it mate. Parents who's kids like McDonalds are only that way because the parents like McDonalds so I bet you anything you had a big Mac and chips when you were in there.Seriously take the kids to a field and let them decide if they want to eat Daisy or let her live a happy life. If they still want McDonalds explain how the slaughter process works.


They will probably want to kill the cows thenselves and make a BBQ on spot! Mcdonalds will be cheaper!
Time to go electric ?
Woogass1 h, 41 m ago

Fools. They consistently raise the price over a year and then cut by 3p …Fools. They consistently raise the price over a year and then cut by 3p and you vote hot?! Ridiculous.


Well said
.. mugs on here
Schwifty46 m ago

Take your kids to a field with cows in it and tell them how the slaughter …Take your kids to a field with cows in it and tell them how the slaughter house process works and then ask them if they want to eat McDonalds next time.I don't buy it mate. Parents who's kids like McDonalds are only that way because the parents like McDonalds so I bet you anything you had a big Mac and chips when you were in there.Seriously take the kids to a field and let them decide if they want to eat Daisy or let her live a happy life. If they still want McDonalds explain how the slaughter process works.


Good advice, do a spot of cow tipping while in the field.
Animals love to be eaten, why else would they taste so good?
NATHANDRAKEUNCHARTED4 h, 27 m ago

Throw the poor a few scraps and they vote hot, whilst the government gets …Throw the poor a few scraps and they vote hot, whilst the government gets rich from the huge tax on fuel


Which is spent on the things the country needs like
aberboy0074 h, 42 m ago

even at 1.24.9 it's too high and that's hot?. I pay less than that at our …even at 1.24.9 it's too high and that's hot?. I pay less than that at our texaco.


Texaco where I am is never the cheapest
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