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Gull Drops Pump Prices


27 August 2014

Gull Drops Pump Prices

Welcoming warmer weather with a discount Day for Motorists

Auckland, 27 August 2014 – Today, Gull has announced a drop in fuel prices of 10c per litre, commencing at 7am Wednesday 27 August and running through to midday Thursday 28 August.

Temperatures are warming up and so are the prices at Gull. In a marketplace dominated by the big guys, Gull offers New Zealand motorists a choice– filling up at Gull really can drive you further, says Dave Bodger, General Manager of Gull New Zealand.

“Kiwis deserve to keep their hard-earned cash so Gull is committed to providing value for money.“

At all of Gull’s manned sites, motorists can save even more cash by using Countdown supermarket vouchers in conjunction with already discounted prices.

During the promotion period the maximum pump price at company priced Gull sites will be as below.

“Prices may even be lower at certain Gull sites if they are already offering a discounted price,” says Bodger.

ProductUnmanned SitesManned Sites
Regular (91 Octane)$ 2.029 $ 2.049
Force 10 (98 Octane)$ 2.179 $ 2.199
Low Sulphur Diesel$ 1.329 $ 1.349


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