Supermarket giant Asda slashes its fuel prices further

Cheaper to fill up at the forecourt
Cheaper to fill up at the forecourt

Asda has announced it will slash its fuel prices across all forecourts further, today.

Tomorrow, (January 13) prices will decrease by two pence per litre on both unleaded and diesel across its 245 filling stations.

It will cost 103.7 pence per litre to fill up with unleaded and 110.7 pence per litre to fill a tank with diesel at Asda filling stations.

Barry Williams, senior vice president said: “Asda once again are leading this next round of price cuts, our fifteenth cut on fuel since September.

It’s wonder-fuel news for drivers as the supermarket giant said the cuts to the cost to fill up are part of a new five year low of fuel prices.

“No matter where customers live, they will benefit from the same fuel price with our national price cap of 103.7 pence per litre for unleaded and 110.7 pence per litre for diesel.”