According to petrolprices.com, the average gasoline price in Liverpool is 128.7 pence per liter, which is on par with the British average.
Petrol prices are rising throughout the UK and Liverpool is not exempt from being affected by more expensive fuel.
The offer is also available in supermarkets throughout the region.
The wholesale price of fuel is indeed falling, but prices in the UK have risen steadily, which means that hard-hit motorists are increasingly being squeezed out of their pockets when it comes to fuel prices at petrol stations.
Asda on Bootle Strand Road, Orrell Lane and Walton all have petrol at 122.7 pence per liter, followed by Sainsbury’s on Great Homer Street at 122.9 pence per liter.
Motorists can pay up to 121.9 pence per liter by taking the Rice Line to Sainsbury’s, which has the cheapest petrol within three miles of the city center.
The offer is available from Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Asda, the Co-Operative, Esso, BP, Texaco, Gulf, Jet, Murco and Shell.
If you fill up at a major station this week, you can deduct £10 from your purchase as long as you keep your receipt.
It works by logging on to the cashback website Topcashback and unfortunately only works for new customers. If you have a receipt for petrol from any of the above petrol stations, you can use the following steps to claim £15 back.
To redeem the offer, new members can follow these simple steps:
The offer is available until 14 October.