Where To Buy The Cheapest Fuel In The UK

Friday, 16. September 2011

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So where can you buy the cheapest fuel in the UK? Nope I’m not going to refer you to a website just set your sat nav for the nearest Asda according to a recent survey carried out by the AA. A recent price war between the major supermarkets saw prices drop by up to 4 pence per litre. Following the price war Asda decided to set a national rate for all their outlets. At the time the survey was carried out the rate was set at 130.7 pence per litre which had a knock on effect on other local rates.

However, where there is no Asda locally the rates can be over 9 pence per litre more than their national rate. For example take Bradford in West Yorkshire where there is an Asda selling unleaded at 130.7 ppl, Total is at 130.9ppl and Esso at 130.9ppl.

On the other hand in Llandrindod, Wells in Powys where there is no Asda close by so rates are Texaco 139.9ppl, Esso 137.9ppl and Tesco 135.9ppl.

As the AA point out, rates across the country seem to be split in two, areas with an Asda and areas without. So best you move closer to an Asda! By Graham Hill

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