Top 20 Cheapest Petrol Stations in the UK Right Now
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Petrol prices fall over the next few days
Filling up an average tank for a family has now hit an extortionate £105 - on top of the cost of living crisis - which continues to rise along with inflation.
The average price of a litre of petrol is now 190.65p and for diesel it's 198.42p.
Drivers should see petrol prices fall over the next few days. and they probably should have started falling already, according to the AA.
Motoring services companies accused retailers of acting too slowly and not going far enough with price cuts, amid decreases in their wholesale costs as a new record price of 191.5p was set on Sunday.
The 5p per litre reduction in fuel duty in March failed to stop prices at the pumps from rising, but the AA have said that prices should fallen by 4p a litre soon, according to Birmingham Live.
Luke Bosdet, the AA’s fuel price spokesman, told: Even commentators in the fuel trade say that their pump prices should be falling 4p in the next few days.
Top 20 Cheapest Places to Buy Petrol in the UK (The Sun)
Here are the 20 cheapest places to buy petrol in the UK, with prices starting at 173.9p per litre, according to The Sun.
|Top 20 Cheapest Petrol Stations In The UK Today|
The cheapest location is a BP garage in Rochford, near Southend, where unleaded petrol was selling for 173.9p per litre.
That means you could save a whopping 17p compared with the national average, which is 190.65p, according to the RAC fuel watch.
And a Jet station in Birmingham is selling petrol for 179.9p a litre - 10.75p cheaper than the national average.
There's also another Jet in Leeds that is selling petrol at a decent price. At that station you can fill up for 181p a litre.
And at the Esso near Houghton le Spring in Tyne and Wear, you can get petrol for 181.9p per litre.
Petrolprices.com works out where the cheapest petrol is by looking at price data from Experian Catalist, which collects forecourt price information for over 8,490 UK petrol stations.
Top 10 Cheapest Petrol Stations in the UK (The Mirror)
The petrol prices at the pumps have started to come down in some places across the UK as one petrol station had unleaded petrol on sale for 169.9p at Trago Mills in Newton Abbot, Devon.
Trago was also selling diesel at 181.9p, compared to a national average of 198.42p, and the prices in some forecourts has seen the price of a litre of petrol come down to 173.9p per litre.
And thanks to Petrolprices.com, you can found some of the cheapest petrol stations around in the UK.
They look at where the cheapest petrol is by comparing prices from Experian Catalist, who compare over 8,490 UK petrol stations, to work out you can fill up at the pump for the cheapest amount.
Here are the 10 cheapest places to buy petrol in the UK, with prices starting at 164.9p per litre.
1.Shell station in Devon - 164.9 per litre
2.Trago Mills department store in Newton Abbot - 169.9 per litre
3.BP garage in Rochford, near Southend, - 173.9p per litre
4.Costco in Southampton - 176.7 per litre
5.Jet station in Birmingham - 179.9 per litre
6.Tesco Hythe near Southampton - 184.9 per litre
7.Texaco Embankment Service Station, London - 183.9 per litre
8.Jet in Leeds - 181p per litre
9.Esso near Houghton le Spring in Tyne and Wear - 181.9p per litre
10.Esso Rontec Roundway - 182.9 per litre
‘Cheapest fuel in UK’ being sold at 169.9p a litre
British drivers are queuing for hours to save 25p a litre at the “cheapest petrol station” in the country.
|Trago Mills in Newton Abbot, Devon, boasts what are probably the lowest fuel prices in the country (Picture: Apex News and Pictures)|
The Shell filling station at Trago Mills, in Newton Abbot, has been selling unleaded petrol for 169.9p a litre compared to the national average of 190.65p, as calculated by the RAC.
Drivers waited from 6am to use the bargain pumps at a department store in Newton Abbot, Devon. Outlet Trago Mills deployed security guards to marshall snaking queues at the filling station, as motorists waited over an hour.
It means people in the small town are able to fill up for under £100 – which is a bit of a dream as it is a difficult task at the moment.
Drivers can save £10 filling up an average 55-litre car fuel tank.
The outlet was also selling diesel at 181.9p compared to a national average of 198.42p.
Simple Ways to Find Cheapest Petrol Station Near Me
You can use price checker websites such as Confused.com to double check where your cheapest petrol station is.
Drivers have been on the hunt for the best deal recently.
People rushed to a Shell filling station in rural Devon earlier this week after it was revealed it was selling petrol at 164.9p a litre.
Long queues have formed at the forecourt as drivers went out looking for a good deal.
So, if you are thinking of visiting a station that is selling cheap fuel, it might be worth picking a time of day when fewer people are on the roads.
While this petrol station might be cheaper than your closest forecourt, you shouldn't drive miles and miles out of your way for cheaper fuel.
Using extra fuel is likely to cancel out any potential saving you might make.
Money saving guru Martin Lewis recommends that people use price checking websites like Petrolprices.com first before heading out.
When the money saving expert revealed the website to his Twitter followers, it got so much traffic it crashed.
Many petrol stations, including the ones run by supermarkets, operate a loyalty scheme and its worth signing up to the ones you use the most, so you can get a little extra back from time to time.
While the benefits might be small they do add up - so look to see if your local station has a scheme going.
Huge queues for Greater Manchester petrol station
Drivers have been lining up to fill up their tanks at one of Greater Manchester’s cheapest petrol stations where fuel is being sold for more than 20p a litre less than the national average.
Bosses at the Limes Service Station in Walkden announced earlier today that they were slashing petrol prices to help people out during the cost of living crisis. The station is currently offering 169.9p for unleaded and 185.9p for diesel - much less than the national average of 191.2p for petrol and 199.1p for diesel, according to Confused.com.
Following the announcement, drivers could be seen queuing up outside the petrol station as they wait to get to a pump. Co-director Hassan Mohammed said he has been overwhelmed with the response.
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