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09-01-2016, 23:41   #61
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10-01-2016, 01:25   #62
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Guys/Gals, Emo currently have some of the keenest prices for home heating fuel as of tonight. They also have a money-off offer which runs until midnight tomorrow (Sunday) Enter the Code NY10 when asked for Voucher. www.emo.ie.
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10-01-2016, 02:45   #63
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Even with that code corrib oil are still 10e cheaper for 500l. Thanks though!
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10-01-2016, 08:45   #64
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Even with that code corrib oil are still 10e cheaper for 500l. Thanks though!
Not up my way Emo is 5e cheaper.
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10-01-2016, 09:51   #65
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In my area emo is a full €30.00 DEARER AFTER VOUCHER than local supplier on 500 litres
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10-01-2016, 11:45   #66
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Not up my way Emo is 5e cheaper.
And in my area Emo is €21.00 cheaper than Corrib.

For 500 litres these are the prices from the main distributors in the West.

Corrib - €265.00

Emo - €254.03. (€244.00 with code)

Tecoil €262.00

Top €278.98 (€266.48).

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11-01-2016, 11:14   #67
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Same price for me at the mo as below for 500 ltrs. - thanks

Corrib - €265.00

Emo - €254.03. (€244.00 with code)
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11-01-2016, 11:44   #68
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Emo is €275 for 500l in Galway with code. There is clearly cartel pricing going on around the country! Suppliers change their pricing to be in line with other local suppliers. There is no way that Emo should be €31 cheaper for 500l elsewhere in the country.
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Emo is €275 for 500l in Galway with code. There is clearly cartel pricing going on around the country! Suppliers change their pricing to be in line with other local suppliers. There is no way that Emo should be €31 cheaper for 500l elsewhere in the country.
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http://www.ccpc.ie/enforcement-merge...ing-oil-cartel
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Got a letter from Topoil this morning asking for €25 with their bank details included!!!! Which is what I got off with the promo code..computer error maybe???Will call them later to sort it out.
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Got a letter from Topoil this morning asking for €25 with their bank details included!!!! Which is what I got off with the promo code..computer error maybe???Will call them later to sort it out.
Same here!
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So called the Galway branch and sure enough it was a computer error I would recommend anyone else who gets the same letter to give them a call explaining you used a promo code and it should be sorted out for you within a couple of minutes.
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I got the same letter, contacted customer service who asked me who quoted me originally? I said it was an online quote and she said she would have the charge wiped from my account. The outstanding charge for me was €42.59 not too sure how they came up with that amount.
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Its amazing the difference in fuel prices. I buy my oil in the North, its only a 10 minute drive for me. I fill an IBC and then have a small electric fuel pump which transfers it to my tank. For 500 litres of Home heating Oil its only €157 right now. The fact that all home heating related goods only have a 5% VAT rate in the UK is a big factor. So long as you do not transfer more than 1000 litres at a time, and you only use it yourself, then its 100% legal to bring your own fuel over the border. I even phoned the Revenue just to make sure and they confirmed its legal. An IBC isnt a legal container by the way, just so you know!

http://www.cheapestoil.co.uk/Heating-Oil-NI
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There is clearly cartel pricing going on around the country! Suppliers change their pricing to be in line with other local suppliers..
Your post does not describe a cartel and nothing illegal about it
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