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Gull Fuel Price Falls Again


Gull Fuel Price Falls Again
Petrol and Diesel down 5 cents per litre

Auckland, 19 November 2008 –With falling international prices Gull today has reduced petrol and diesel prices by 5 cents per litre.

Dave Bodger, General Manager of Gull New Zealand noted that it was great to see prices fall as motorists begin to drive more over the summer months.

“Extra daylight hours allow people to get out and about after work, and this is now more affordable with falling prices. Even with a low Kiwi dollar offsetting some of the fall in oil prices, it is great to help people save some money pre-Christmas,” says Bodger

At the majority of Gull outlets where Gull controls retail price, prices are as follows:

Gull Regular Plus $1.459
Gull Regular 91 $1.479 With some sites as low as $1.449
Gull Force 10 (98 Octane) $1.579 With some sites as low as $1.549
Gull Low Sulphur Diesel $1.199 With some sites as low as $1.169


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