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Low, Low, Low Prices. Early Christmas Cheer from Gull

Embargoed until 1am, 19 December 2013

Low, Low, Low Prices. Early Christmas Cheer from Gull

Savings of 10 cents Per Litre on All Fuel Grades

Auckland, 19 December 2013 – The elves at Gull, New Zealand’s only family owned fuel retailer, today announced a discount day with savings of 10 cents per litre on all fuel grades.

The discount day starts at 7am Thursday 19 December, at participating Gull sites, and runs until midday Friday 20 December.

Even bigger savings are possible at Gull’s manned sites, when paired with Countdown fuel vouchers, says Dave Bodger, Head Elf and General Manager, Gull.

“Gull is all about delivering value. We know that Christmas can be an expensive time of year. We’d like our customers to have more money to spend on family activities and presents for the kids, rather than spend it on fuel.”

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

Fuel GradeUnmanned SiteManned Site
Regular (91 Octane)$1.999$2.029
Low Sulphur Diesel$1.419$1.429

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