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Big Savings for the Long Holiday Weekend

Big Savings for the Long Holiday Weekend

10 cents Per Litre Off All Fuel Grades at Gull

Auckland, 23 January 2014 – Fuel savings ahead of the Auckland Anniversary weekend were announced today by Gull, New Zealand’s only family owned fuel retailer.


The discount day starts at 7am Thursday 23 January, at participating Gull sites, and runs until midday Friday 24 January. Regular 91 will be priced at $1.999, well below most of the bigger players in the market.

Even bigger savings are possible at Gull’s manned sites, when paired with Countdown fuel vouchers, says Graham Stirk, Gull New Zealand Retail Business Manager.

“Gull is all about delivering value. We know that many families are still on holiday, enjoying a last long weekend before school starts for the year. We’d like our customers to spend as little on getting to and from their destination as possible, and have more money to spend on the family.”

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

Fuel Grade
Unmanned Site
Manned Site
Regular (91 Octane)
$1.999
$1.999
Low Sulphur Diesel
$1.389
$1.389

Gull unmanned sites accept payment via EFTPOS or PIN operated credit or debit card.

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