Birmingham news Cheapest Birmingham supermarkets for fuel as prices fall PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The price of fuel has fallen in Birmingham and the West Midlands region

Birmingham news Cheapest Birmingham supermarkets for fuel as prices fall PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The price of fuel has fallen in Birmingham and the West Midlands region

Birmingham news Cheapest Birmingham supermarkets for fuel as prices fall PremierLeague-News.Com
05 August 2022 - 12:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Petrol prices have continued to fall across the region - but the RAC has claimed that supermarkets aren't going far enough. The cost of living crisis is continuing to squeeze millions of families financially in every direction but there's finally been some respite at forecourts across the country. RAC fuel spokesman Simon Williams said fuel prices should have plumeted further than they should have, however. He said: "July has been an unnecessarily tough month for drivers due to the big four supermarkets’ unwillingness to cut their prices to a more a reasonable level, reflecting the consistent and significant reductions in the wholesale cost of petrol and diesel. "As it was, we saw independent retailers leading the charge with fairer pump prices appearing all around the country which eventually forced the supermarkets to finally implement a more substantial cut late last Friday afternoon (July 29). What ought to have happened is that the biggest retailers cut their prices more significantly on a daily basis, given the wholesale price of petrol has fallen steadily over the last eight weeks. READ MORE:Redditch, Bromsgrove and Kidderminster surnames that could be owed a fortune in unclaimed estates "Instead, average retailer margin for petrol across the industry has been up around 20p a litre for the last two weeks – more than three times its long-term average. The average cost of delivered wholesale unleaded in the first week of May was 131.73p which gave rise to forecourt prices across the country hitting 167p a week later. "Wholesale petrol averaged virtually the same last week which should – if retailer’s pass on the savings they’re benefitting from – in theory bring pump prices down to a similar level to what we saw in mid-May." Reports by motorists on Petrolprices.com reveal where exactly in the West Midlands the price of fuel has fallen the most. Here are the cheapest petrol stations within five miles of Birmingham city centre according to the website- they were recorded between Wednesday (August 3) and today (August 5). Costco Heartlands Parkway, 155.7p Asda Queslett, 160.

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.9p Sainsbury's Castle Vale, 170.9p Tesco New Oscott Extra, 170.9p Sainsbury's Castle Vale, 170.9p Esso Hamstead Road, 171.9p Texaco Oldbury Road, 171.9p Tesco West Bromwich Extra, 171.9p Asda Barnes Hill, 172.7p Tesco Birmingham Spring Hill, 172.9p Esso Barnes Hill, 172.9p Here are the cheapest petrol stations within five miles of Worcester city centre: Tesco St Peters Drive Worcester, 173.9p Tesco Mill Wood Drive, Worcester, 173.9p Murco Worcester Road, 173.9p Sainsbury's Blackpole, 173.9p Texaco Blackpole Road, 173.9p READ NEXT: The hidden walk near West Midland Safari Park where you can spot rhinos and hear lions roar Birmingham New Street train driver job with £57k salary being advertised The 'secret' motorway miles from M5 that has seen countless crashes Five underrated attractions near Birmingham that are hidden gems

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