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Gull Petrol Drops 3c At The Pump

Gull Petrol Drops 3c At The Pump

Drive-through sites back under $2.00 a litre


Auckland 8 August 2011 - Gull this morning announced a 3c drop in petrol prices - at the pump effective immediately. This latest change moves the price back to under $2 a litre at the network of unmanned drive through sites.

"This latest move reflects changes on the refined fuel price," says David Bodger, General Manager of Gull New Zealand.

"By making use of the increasing number of unmanned outlets Kiwi motorists can save on fuel costs and enjoy drive through convenience.

"Our traditional outlets still offer very good savings per litre," continues Bodger. "Regular Plus is selling at $2.019 and Regular at $2.029 per litre. That should save you very close to the price of a cup of coffee when you pay inside on most tank fulls."

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

Price per litre at unmanned sites

Price per litre at traditional sites

Gull Regular Plus (91 Octane)

$1.999

$2.019

Gull Regular (91 Octane)

$1.999

$2.029

Gull Force 10 (98 Octane)

$2.129

$2.159

Gull Diesel Max (biodiesel blend)

$1.399

$1.419

Gull Low Sulphur Diesel

$1.399

$1.429


Seventeen sites stock Gull Regular Plus as the 91 Octane grade, the balance Gull Regular. Five sites stock Gull Diesel Max, the Balance Gull Low Sulphur Diesel.

Gull's Unmanned sites are located at:

Auckland 380 Ti Rakau Drive Botany Downs
Hamilton 103 Norton Road Maeroa
Hamilton State Highway 3 Melville
Tauranga 389 Fraser Street Merivale
Taupo 106 Rifle Range Road Taupo
Palmerston North 14 Fitzherbert Ave Central City
Levin 150 Oxford Road (SH1) South Levin

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