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Gull offers 12 cents off per litre on all fuel

Gull offers 12 cents off per litre on all fuel in the face of rising petrol prices

Gull announced today it is celebrating the arrival of spring with a generous 12 cents off per litre across all fuel on its official discount day from 7:00am Thursday 20th September 2018 until 12:00pm (mid-day) on Friday 21st September 2018.

Gull spokesperson, Rohan Mehta explains, “Most of us around the country are restricted nowadays when it comes to our weekly fuel spend so, here at Gull we decided to offer greater relief at the pumps so people can enjoy this change of weather and get away for their weekend adventures.”

“Yes, petrol prices have reached record highs due to international oil prices soaring and the NZ dollar depreciating. And, with a 3.5 cents nationwide fuel excise tax waiting to come into effect from 30th September 2018, petrol is only set to break the current record high prices.”

“We have simply dropped our price boards and pump prices by 12 cents at 7:00am today for everyone to enjoy the discount. Our discount day offer isn’t restricted by a minimum dollar fill or maximum litre fill.”

At the majority of Gull outlets where Gull controls retail prices across the North Island, average prices will be as follows during the above-mentioned time frame.

Fuel GradeAverage Price per litre
Regular (91 octane)$ 2.051
Force 10 (98 octane)$ 2.201
Diesel$ 1.351

In addition, Gull, has their lowest pump price at their Atiamuri site, selling as below:

Fuel GradePump Price
Regular (91 octane)$ 1.857
Force 10 (98 octane)$ 2.007
Diesel$ 1.157

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