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Want to pay less at the pump? Here are the best prices for unleaded and diesel in Ipswich today

PUBLISHED: 06:57 12 June 2017 | UPDATED: 06:57 12 June 2017

The cheapest places for unleaded petrol today are Morrisons in Sproughton Road and ASDA in Goddard Road. Picture ALEX FAIRFULL

The cheapest places for unleaded petrol today are Morrisons in Sproughton Road and ASDA in Goddard Road. Picture ALEX FAIRFULL

Morrisons in Sproughton Road and ASDA in Goddard Road are the cheapest places to fill your car with unleaded petrol in Ipswich today.

According to online price index Petrol Prices, motorists will pay £1.137 a litre at the ASDA and Morrisons pumps.

TESCO Extra at Copdock comes in a close third with 1.139 per litre while Sainsbury’s in Hadleigh Road and Warren Heath follow with £1.147 per litre.

If you are thinking of topping up the tank today, here’s a list of the best prices in the Ipswich area.

Unleaded

•Morrisons, Sproughton Road, Ipswich - £1.137 per litre

•ASDA, Goddard Road, Ipswich - £1.137 per litre

•TESCO Extra, Copdock Interchange, Ipswich - £1.139

•Sainsbury’s, Warren Heath, Ipswich - £1.147

•Sainsbury’s, Hadleigh Road, Ipswich - £1.147

Diesel

•Morrisons, Sproughton Road, Ipswich - £1.137 per litre

•ASDA, Stoke PArk Drive, Ipswich - £1.137

•ASDA, Goddard Road, Ipswich - £1.137 per litre

•Sainsbury’s, Hadleigh Road, Ipswich - £1.147

•Shell, London Road, Ipswich - £1.149 per litre

Visit petrolprices.com to see how your nearest station compares.

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