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Gull Fuels Families for the School Holidays


Embargoed: 7am Thursday 24th September


Discount day delivers an end of term treat

Families heading off on a road trip these school holidays will have more money in their wallets when they fill up the tanks at Gull today.

Petrol prices at Gull pumps have dropped to a new low, dipping by 10c per litre from 7am Thursday 24 September until midday Friday 25 September, delivering motorists with an extra boost as they drive towards the holidays.

“Kiwis have several things to celebrate this week – daylight savings starts on Sunday morning and it’s also the beginning of the school holidays,” says Dave Bodger, General Manager of Gull New Zealand. “We wanted to take the fun even further with our special discount on fuel and ease the financial pressures which many families face at this time of year.”

During the promotion period, fuel at sites where Gull controls the price will not be higher than $1.819 for regular grade, with an average price of $1.787.

Gull Discount Day Pricing
Lowest PriceHighest PriceAverage
Regular 91$ 1.669$ 1.819$ 1.787
Gull Force 10$ 1.819$ 1.969$ 1.936
Diesel$ 0.899$ 1.069$ 1.021

Motorists can make their savings go even further by using Countdown supermarket vouchers in conjunction with already discounted prices at manned sites betweenSaturday 26 September and Saturday 17 October.


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