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    Default Daily Fuel Price Guide.

    Best Fuel prices in the major cities.

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    Last edited by XTC; 10th August 2005 at 09:31 PM. Reason: Added Oz Prices
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    You mean Sydney's cheapest heating oil, being sold as petrol?
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    The trick is usually to never need to buy it on "Pension day" (Thursday) as that's always the dearest day of the week if you live in an area where there's a lot of retirees.
    Such lovely, caring 'people' Oil companies; if they see an opportunity to rip off anyone, they never let it slip by do they. The oldies are nice soft targets so they make sure they don't miss 'em.
    They also do the right thing in remote areas (that's the ones who are supposed to get the Government subsidy to off set costs.) The guy in the 2CV wih the 4 X 4 conversion went to Fraser Island, I suggested he take a few cans with him, which he did, but whilst there he saw a petrol pump, checked out the price and thought he was back in the UK!!


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    That's simply not true, Alan, I've shown that time and again...

    The oil companies have some sort of agenda, but it's not to put the price up on pension days, on public holidays or anything similar.

    It used to be normal in Brisbane for the price to leap up each Tuesday afternoon/Wednesday morning. Then that changed to Thursday or Friday. Every week, except when there was a downward spiral on, then it might hold for two or three weeks.

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