We're cutting petrol and diesel prices again by up to 2p a litre
We’re cutting fuel prices by up to 2p a litre – leading the way again in passing on savings from falling oil prices to hard-pressed motorists.
From tomorrow (Tuesday, 26th June) you won’t pay more than 127.7p for a litre of unleaded and 132.7p per litre of diesel at any of our 196 petrol stations.
We’ve managed to cut fuel prices by up to 14p a litre since the end of April – reducing the cost of filling up the average family car by almost £10.
We know high fuel prices are one of the biggest pressures on family finances – so we move as quickly as we can to pass on savings when we get the opportunity.
Our rivals will no doubt follow suit – but research from Petrolprices.com has shown some retailers get away with charging up to 8p a litre more when there’s not an Asda nearby.
Earlier this year we launched a petrol comparison tool on our local store pages to let you check the highest, lowest and average petrol prices in your area before filling up.