Further supermarket fuel price drops announced

Published 11 December 2014

Supermarket filling station prices are set to drop again, by a further one pence-per-litre. Sainsbury’s, Asda and Tesco have announced that they are to drop the cost of unleaded in the run up to Christmas.

It’s the latest in a series of price drops, which come as a result of reduced crude oil prices.

Peter Cattell, Fuel Director for Tesco said: “We’re dropping the cost of petrol by 1p at all of our 500 filling stations. That’s on top of the 6p per litre average saving on petrol that Clubcard customers are currently getting.”

Avishai Moor, Sainsbury’s Head of Fuel, said: “…We know that Christmas can be an expensive time of year and this is another way for us to help our customers balance their budgets.”

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