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Gull reduces pump prices for the holiday weekend

Gull reduces pump prices for the holiday weekend

Auckland, 24 December 2009 – Gull has this afternoon lowered pump prices at all company operated fuel stations by three cents a litre.

Graham Stirk, Gull Retail Manager noted that Kiwi families will be travelling to be with family and friends during the weekend and this is Gull’s way of saying thank you for your support during the past year. Gull has further committed to holding these pricing levels until at least December 29 to assist families in getting together during the festive season.

“While household budgets are under pressure, Gull remains committed to providing the best value for money to Kiwi motorists,” says Stirk.

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

Gull Regular Plus $1.599
Gull Regular 91 $1.619
Gull Force 10 (98 Octane) $1.739
Gull Low Sulphur Diesel $1.039

*Note to EDS: prices as of the morning of December 23 – subject to change.

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