jordata Registered User
#91

Martin’s Tomnalosset price for petrol has increased to 166.9 this morning!

Texaco and EconFuel in Bunclody both 164.9

zerks Registered User
#92

163.8 @ Wexford Service Station between the Maldron and The Racecourse,Boggans are 164.9 for petrol.
Tesco in Wexford are charging 167.9

klong Registered User
#93

Still 1.59 in Castlebridge as of this evening

eagerv Registered User
#94

eagerv said:
I know it's not County Wexford, but €1.590 for petrol on way into Waterford this morning.


They have put up their petrol price to €1.600!

vicwatson Registered User
#95

zerks said:
163.8 @ Wexford Service Station between the Maldron and The Racecourse,Boggans are 164.9 for petrol.
Tesco in Wexford are charging 167.9



Ah yeh remember there were complaints about the Petrol station going in as part of the planning permission as other petrol retailers feared they would rip the arse out of their market and sell below cost.

They had nothing to worry about really did they?

Tesco has never sold one drop of fuel below anyone else around town and infact I think charges slightly more using it's dominance and captive audience - the kills two birds with one stone approach - shopping and fill up the car on pay day

Xander_82 Registered User
#96

Both garages in Camolin 163.9 last night.

TheChevron Registered User
#97

The one on the Newtown Road in Wexford (not Boggans) was 162.9 this morning.

jpb1974 Registered User
#98

There's a small place in Bunclody just past the Garda Station -

Petrol 161.9
Diesel 153.9

(This morning's prices)

paulaa Registered User
#99

TheChevron said:
The one on the Newtown Road in Wexford (not Boggans) was 162.9 this morning.


Any idea of the diesel price ?

TheChevron Registered User
#100

Sorry, I never noticed that. Ill be passing by on the way home, ill check then.

trevr Registered User
#101

There's a small place in Bunclody just past the Garda Station -

Petrol 161.9
Diesel 153.9

(This morning's prices)[/QUOTE

I'd be very warey of buying diesel there.....

paulaa Registered User
#102

TheChevron said:
Sorry, I never noticed that. Ill be passing by on the way home, ill check then.


No probs, thanks

jpb1974 Registered User
#103

I'd be very warey of buying diesel there.....


Oh dear, I've been bombing around the past two months on their diesel... without much fuss I might add, car was performing mpg -wise as expected.

Prices had dropped on my way home:

Petrol 159.9
Diesel 151.9

Most places on the way into Carlow are the same, including the Texaco in Ballon.

Enniscorthy petrol stations are getting no a single cent of my money... if just one of them had the balls to bring their prices in line with some of the better value places their business would probably go up 25-50%.

zerks Registered User
#104

jpb1974 said:
Oh dear, I've been bombing around the past two months on their diesel... without much fuss I might add, car was performing mpg -wise as expected.

Prices had dropped on my way home:

Petrol 159.9
Diesel 151.9

Most places on the way into Carlow are the same, including the Texaco in Ballon.

Enniscorthy petrol stations are getting no a single cent of my money... if just one of them had the balls to bring their prices in line with some of the better value places their business would probably go up 25-50%.


Typical of Enniscorthy,average price of petrol is 166c per litre,the locals who don't travel much to other parts of the country will always buy fuel locally,however the retailers haven't copped that these people are spending the bare minimum on fuel due to extortionate prices.Drop the prices and more fuel will be bought.You'll see people putting a tenner in at Enniscorthy filling stations but if they are elsewhere and see the price is way cheaper,they'll put €20 or €30 worth of fuel in their cars.

Ballymurn has petrol @ 159.9c per litre.

#105

Gorey seems to be very slow in implementing the full reduction in petrol prices. I was in Dublin yesterday and stations which had been 3 and 4 cents above cheapest Gorey prices are now up to 3 cents below.

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