Which Mansfield supermarket and petrol station is the cheapest place to fill up your car – and the most expensive?

With fuel prices always changing it can be hard to know where the cheapest fuel is in Mansfield.

Friday, 18th September 2020, 4:10 pm

To help stop you from hunting down those big savings, the website PetrolPrices.com ranks the going rate for different forecourts in particular areas, relying on reports from real-life drivers.

According to its users, the cheapest petrol station to fill up a tank with unleaded within a five-mile radius of Mansfield is at Asda on Old Mill Lane, Mansfield, where on September 17 the price was 107.7p per litre.

Morrisons at High Street, Mansfield Woodhouse and Sutton Road, Mansfield are also charging 107.7p per litre.

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Where the cheapest place is to full up your car in Mansfield. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images)

The most costly location for unleaded, according to the website, is Esso on Nottingham Road, where the price was 111.9p on September 16.

For diesel, meanwhile, the cheapest petrol stations listed is the Asda on Old Mill Lane, Mansfield and on Priestsic Road, Sutton, where the pump price was 113.7p per litre on September 16.

Morrisons also matched this price at High Street, Mansfield Woodhouse and Sutton Road, Mansfield.

Tied for the most pricey diesel is Gulf on Stockwell Gate, Mansfield, Texaco on Rosemary Street, Mansfield, Sainsburys on Nottingham Road, Mansfield, Co-op on Huthwaite Road, Sutton, and Tesco on Chesterfield Road and Jubilee Way South, Mansfield.

All are charging 114.9p per litre.

Breakdown and insurance company the RAC has issued a guide to motorists with tips on finding the cheapest fuel. It recommends that people become familiar with the filling stations close to where they live and work, and take advantage of supermarket ‘price wars’.

“Supermarkets – as well as other fuel retailers – run loyalty card schemes, and while they might clog up your purse or wallet, they can come in handy in cutting fuel costs. The more you fill up, the more points you’ll accrue – you can then exchange these for vouchers off your next fill-up,” the RAC says.

“Some credit card companies offer cashback for spending money at filling stations. While it might not actually save you money at the pumps, it will offset higher petrol or diesel prices by putting something back in your account. Just remember to pay off your account within the month or savings will be cancelled out.

“However, the main way to save money on fuel is to drive efficiently.”

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