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Discount Fuel Dockets: Something for nothing

Media Release

5 November 2006

Discount Fuel Dockets: Something for nothing

Foodstuffs and BP New Zealand today announced that the Discount Fuel Docket programme would commence tomorrow (6 November) at participating stores.

Customers who spend $40 (in one transaction) at any participating New World or Pak’nSave store will receive a fuel discount docket redeemable for 4 cents a litre off petrol and diesel at any participating BP service station.

Foodstuff’s New Zealand Director Tony McNeil said “it is exciting to be able to offer our customers yet another way to save money.

“We estimate by using Discount Fuel Dockets, our customers will be able to save approximately $100 every year. That’s more than a tank of gas for most cars, or a significant part of a weekly shop for a family.

With over 150 New World and Pak’nSave supermarkets throughout New Zealand, our offer is designed to be the best for New Zealanders.

BP’s Managing Director Peter Griffiths said “the Discount Fuel Docket programme builds on our commitment to bring cheaper fuel prices to our customers in any way we can.”

In addition to the 4 cent per litre saving, customers will still be able to earn Fly Buys points at New World and AA Rewards points at BP when earning and redeeming Discount Fuel dockets.

A list of participating Foodstuffs supermarkets and BP stations can be found at . Participating BP stations can also be found at Full terms and conditions can also be found on the web site.


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