Asda sparks price war by cutting fuel prices

Asda is cutting its fuel prices. Picture courtesy of Press Association.

Asda is cutting its fuel prices. Picture courtesy of Press Association.

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Asda has sparked a likely supermarket petrol price war by cutting its fuel prices.

From tomorrow the company is reducing the price of its petrol and its diesel by up to 2p a litre.

Asda customers will pay no more than 126.7p a litre for petrol, with diesel being 129.7p a litre - its lowest price since January 2011.

Asda said a strengthening pound against the dollar had been the key driver behind the cuts.

The company's petrol director Andy Peake added: "We're giving our customers and holidaymakers the opportunity to fill up their cars with some of the cheapest fuel prices in the market for years."

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