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Shell Delivers Pre Budget “Top-Up” For Motorists

Shell Delivers Pre Budget “Top-Up” For Motorists – Five Cents Off Petrol!!!


Shell has delivered a pre-budget top-up for motorists by slashing the price of petrol by five cents per litre from midday today (Tuesday 22 May).

Shell Retail Manager, Steve Foster, says the latest reduction - one of more than half a dozen delivered since Christmas - proves that Shell is “the most budget conscious oil company in New Zealand”.

“Shell has led this latest decrease to thank all the thousands of loyal motorists who have supported Shell over the past few months, and to invite other motorists to come and sample Shell’s better petrol prices. We are committed to delivering better prices, and know we have to work hard to retain existing custom and grow new business.”

The latest discount follows a raft of innovative offers initiated by Shell.


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