Morrisons to reduce petrol to £1 a litre

23 November 2015

fuel1-5106391 Morrisons have said that they're going to reduce the cost of petrol to £1 a litre. That's the lowest price they've sold it at in six years apparently.

Bryan Burger, Morrisons petrol retail director said: "Prices have been hovering above the £1 mark for months now. We have seen oil prices also continuing to fall this week and that means that headline fuel prices could continue to fall."

Full marks to anyone who tittered at the name 'Bryan Burger'.

Anyway, Morrisons aren't the only supermarket dropping their prices as wholesale costs fall. Asda cut 2p off the price of a litre last month, and it looks like that's got another price war going.

Good news for drivers at the pumps, trying to nail a perfectly round number when filling their vehicles up, as this means that, over the coming weeks, a lot of forecourts should start dropping their prices.

TOPICS:   Motoring

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