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23-03-2020, 19:09   #91
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any Corrib oil codes
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23-03-2020, 20:03   #92
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Just ordered 500ltrs for €269 with gaa20 code thanks to claw09 ,everyone else in Wexford €299.
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23-03-2020, 20:40   #93
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I bought 200ltr for €200 only about two weeks back. I feel robbed now.
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23-03-2020, 21:29   #94
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I bought 200ltr for €200 only about two weeks back. I feel robbed now.
You were robbed.
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23-03-2020, 23:40   #95
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Bring it back.
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23-03-2020, 23:47   #96
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I bought 200ltr for €200 only about two weeks back. I feel robbed now.
You'll always pay a high price for small deliveries.
Try and get 500L at a time.

Price should fall well below €500 for 1000l in a week or so.

$ to € going from 1.14 to 1.07 dented a bigger drop this week as currency changes take effect almost immediately as it applies when the refined product leaves the refinery. Even if the refinery is in Cork / Wales
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24-03-2020, 09:09   #97
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Still 59c a litre for 500L in mayo..........and bizarrely 61c a litre for 750 L
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24-03-2020, 09:40   #98
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Still 59c a litre for 500L in mayo..........and bizarrely 61c a litre for 750 L
That doesn't make any sense.

I paid 39.9c up north in Saturday. They were doing £ for €.
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24-03-2020, 10:53   #99
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59c a litre in Laois too from my usual supplier. It was 63c/litre last week, will wait and see what another week brings.
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In the Sligo ares we have 1,000 litres of Kero at €560.

https://www.facebook.com/grangefuels...KfnYusczaacF65
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Is there a difference in the quality of heating oil (like petrol/diesel)? The cheapest in my area is €500 for 1000 litres but most reputable company (moreso for road fuels) is dearest at €580 for 1000 litres with a few other suppliers in between that range. €80 is a fair difference but could it be poor quality?
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24-03-2020, 11:35   #102
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Is there a difference in the quality of heating oil (like petrol/diesel)? The cheapest in my area is €500 for 1000 litres but most reputable company (moreso for road fuels) is dearest at €580 for 1000 litres with a few other suppliers in between that range. €80 is a fair difference but could it be poor quality?

Do you think it's dubious .............. slimshady007?
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24-03-2020, 12:49   #103
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Is there a difference in the quality of heating oil (like petrol/diesel)? The cheapest in my area is €500 for 1000 litres but most reputable company (moreso for road fuels) is dearest at €580 for 1000 litres with a few other suppliers in between that range. €80 is a fair difference but could it be poor quality?
If you're close to the border then it could be a possible reason. At least you're seeing price differences, here in Wexford it's the usual cartel bull****...
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Is there a difference in the quality of heating oil (like petrol/diesel)? The cheapest in my area is €500 for 1000 litres but most reputable company (moreso for road fuels) is dearest at €580 for 1000 litres with a few other suppliers in between that range. €80 is a fair difference but could it be poor quality?
Oil is 25/ barrel and that is in dollars. It a bit like own brand milk most comes from the same refinery. Saw a group price for car diesel at 1.05/L cheapest forecourt is 1.22 that I can see. Huge margin if a retailer can maintain it
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Oil is 25/ barrel and that is in dollars. It a bit like own brand milk most comes from the same refinery. Saw a group price for car diesel at 1.05/L cheapest forecourt is 1.22 that I can see. Huge margin if a retailer can maintain it
I got diesel for 1.17.9 last week, it's probably lower now as the dearest garages are 1.18.9.
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