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Fill Up At BP Today!

BP encourages motorists to take advantage of its seven cent petrol and diesel price promotion and fill up at BP today.

The promotion runs from 7am – 7pm at participating BP service stations.

Prices, which vary around the country, will drop to between
80 and 85 cents for Unleaded 91 petrol, 85 - 90 cents for Unleaded Premium, and 45 - 56 cents for diesel.

BP Managing Director Peter Griffiths said BP wanted to reward customers that fill up at BP.

“As well as bargain fuel, all customers that spend $25 or more at participating BP service stations have the chance to win $1 million with Kachingo! on December 2.”

Kachingo! is a programme that rewards shoppers with cash prizes for shopping at any Kachingo! retailer (BP, Woolworths, Big Fresh and Price Chopper supermarkets, Super Liquor and KFC (Auckland north).

Customers playing Kachingo! go into three draws – daily, weekly and monthly – to win cash prizes.

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