Sainsbury’s drops fuel prices by 2p-per-litre

Published 29 July 2014

Sainsbury’s has reduced the cost of its fuel by 2p-per-litre across all 294 of its filling stations. The announcement comes a few days after Sainsbury’s announced an offer to save 10p-per-litre when you spend £60 or more in store or online – although that offer ends on 30 July.

Other chains have followed suit with special offers and will almost certainly follow up with an overall fuel price drop too. Tesco has cut 20p off a litre of fuel, when you spend £50 in store over the course of a month with a registered Clubcard. Fuel prices at Asda remain unchanged; although the supermarket points out that they are the only retailer to offer a national price cap on fuel, negating regional price variations.

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