Asda to Reduce Cost of Petrol by 2p & Diesel by 3p per Litre from Today 3 Nov
Asda today announced that it was cutting petrol prices following a drop in the wholesale cost of fuel.
The price cut of 3 pence per litre off diesel and 2 pence per litre off unleaded is effective from today (Tuesday 3rd November) at all of Asda’s 322 petrol stations across the country. Drivers filling up will pay no more than 111.7ppl on diesel and 108.7ppl on unleaded.
Asda Senior Fuel Buyer, Dave Tyrer said: "We want to continue to support the nation during this second lockdown by passing on reductions in wholesale cost of fuel to our customers and we hope this will provide some additional support to those essential workers, such as NHS staff and key workers who are still required to make essential travel journeys to and from work.”
“Average UK petrol prices have been stuck on a plateau of around 114.5p a litre for three months, the cost of wholesale has stayed the same for four. Only last week did the cost to the trade fall significantly and the speed with which Asda has slashed its prices is what makes it stand out as the leading supermarket for cheap fuel,”
ASDA George offers free click and collect. But before you place your order, double check by entering your postcode that click and collect is available at your store. Standard delivery is free for orders over £50, or otherwise costs £2.95.
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