Sainsbury's and Asda slash fuel prices
Motorists in Lincolnshire are set to see the price of their petrol fall after Asda and Sainsbury's both announced cuts.
Asda says it will reduce the price of unleaded by 3p per litre to 6p per litre across the country - meaning drivers should pay no more than 128.7p per litre.
Sainsbury's has also said it will drop unleaded prices by up to 6p nationally and diesel prices by to 4p - a cut that will cap petrol at 136.21p and diesel at 136.9p per litre.
Both supermarkets' changes will take effect from tomorrow.
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The firms say they want customers to see the benefits of falls in the cost of wholesale fuel at a time when family budgets are still stretched.