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Gull Does It Again! Drops Pump Prices by 10c a litre


Gull Does It Again! Drops Pump Prices by 10c a litre

Auckland, 9 May 2013 – Following a recent promotion that saw motorists enjoying the lowest fuel prices in more than two years*, Gull today announced that it would repeat the promotion for 29 hours, from Thursday morning.

From 7am on Thursday morning through to midday Friday prices will once again be dropped to levels last seen in December 2010.

“With international oil prices stabilising at low levels this week, we are able to repeat our recent offer to Kiwi motorists,” says Dave Bodger, General Manager, Gull New Zealand.

“Regular 91 will be under $1.94 per litre tomorrow. That’s good value; combine our low pump price with a Countdown supermarket docket1 and enjoy even further savings.”

During the promotion period prices at Gull sites will be

Product

Unmanned Sites

Manned Sites

Regular (91 Octane)

$1.899

$1.939

Force 10 (98 Octane)

$2.049

$2.089

Low Sulphur Diesel

$1.289

$1.309

1Motorists will be able to save further by using Countdown supermarket vouchers at the manned sites

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