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Shell drops prices in time for the labour weekend

Petrol prices go down at Shell in time for the labour day weekend


Shell has dropped its prices again, this time by four cents a litre for both petrol and diesel.

Shell fuel (at the majority of Shell outlets) is now priced at:


Ultra 91 $172.9
V-Power $177.9
Diesel $131.9

The price drop is due to the continuing decrease in the cost of product which is great news for kiwi drivers travelling this long weekend.

This is the fourth decrease in diesel and the third decrease in petrol this month.

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