Asda has cut fuel prices for the second time in a week, meaning that unleaded petrol will now cost 2p less per litre and diesel 4p less per litre.
Any driver heading to the supermarket's many fuel stations today will pay no more than 118.7p per litre on unleaded and 120.7p per litre on diesel.
The new reductions mean Asda has cut 7p per litre from the cost of diesel and 5p per litre from petrol in the past week.
But that's not all, Morrisons has also announced a price cut identical to Asda's.
It was only last week that supermarkets announced their first fuel reductions of 2020 and as of January 30th, the average price of a litre of unleaded in the UK stands at 127.60p, while a litre of diesel is 132.04p.
Additionally, Tesco is offering 5p off a litre of fuel for those who spend more than £50 at the pump.
Asda senior fuel buyer Dave Tyrer said: “We’re pleased to be passing on these wholesale cost prices to customers for the second time in two weeks as the price of oil continues to fall.
“We will continue to put the savings straight back into drivers’ pockets without any vouchering requirements meaning all our customers, regardless of their budget, will benefit from a price cut at the pumps.”