Stevenage petrol prices cut again
PETROL prices in Stevenage have been lowered again as a supermarket announced today (Friday) that their garages nationwide will charge less than 130p per litre.
Asda, who opened a petrol station at their Monkswood Way store on October 21, have reduced unleaded to 128.7ppl, while diesel remains at 136.7ppl.
The company upon opening the garage had initially offered 131.7ppl and 136.7ppl for unleaded and diesel respectively, which saw rival chains Tesco and Sainsbury’s reduced their Stevenage unleaded prices by 4p and diesel by 3p to compete.
This latest price cut by Asda sees unleaded at its lowest cost since February.
Jeremy Walton, Asda’s head of petrol trading, said: “We’re committed to doing everything we can to help lower the cost of living for our customers, and Friday’s move shows that Asda is once again leading the way in reducing the price at the pump.
“Unlike other retailers, our price cuts are the same across the country, meaning that no-one will pay a premium for their petrol.”
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