These three UK supermarkets are slashing the price of petrol

Brummies looking to fill up at their local forecourt are in for a treat.
Three of the country's major supermarket chains are slashing the price of petrol.
Asda was the first to announce it was reducing prices, followed by Morrisons and Sainsbury ’s.
The three are snipping 2p per litre off.
Diesel prices remain unchanged as Asda say this is because “wholesale costs haven’t moved” for the fuel.
Average UK fuel prices have increased in recent weeks, reaching £1.31 per litre of petrol and £1.35 for diesel - the last time fuel was more expensive was July 2014.
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26 September 2018 in Regional West, Views: 62
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