Those who want to fill up cheaply will find what they are looking for in southern Burgenland. A liter of Super costs 1.874 euros at the Socar petrol station in Unterwart. Nowhere else in Austria is fuel so cheap. Super is slightly more expensive in Stegersbach, Großpetersdorf, Oberwart, Mariasdorf, Kohfidisch, Kemeten and Jabing (all Burgenland), as well as in Spielfeld (Styria) and Vichtenstein (Upper Austria): here you have to pay 1.879 euros for a liter of Super.
In an Austria-wide comparison, you can still fill up cheaply at the BP gas station in St. Michael and at Shell in Tamsweg. They are among the 1400 cheapest gas stations in Austria. However, a liter of Super already costs 2.199 euros there.
The difference of not quite 33 cents between the cheapest gas stations may not sound like much at first. But the difference in your wallet is immediately noticeable when you fill up the tank just once. If you fill up a car with a tank volume of 40 liters once, you have to pay 74.96 euros in Unterwart, in Tamsweg it’s a whopping 87.96 euros – a difference of 13 euros.
Especially in times of rising prices, it pays to pay attention to where you fill up.
In Vienna, the cheapest place to fill up is at Turmöl on Schönbrunner Strasse 213-215 (Vienna-Meidling). A liter of Super costs 2.037 euros. At the self-service filling station at Althanstraße 14 in the ninth district of Vienna it is 2.169 euros, as well as in Vienna-Währing at Gersthofer Straße 2b. That means a difference of 5.28 euros for a 40 liter tank.