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Gull Still Sits Well Below the $2 Mark

MEDIA ALERT

15 October 2015

Gull Still Sits Well Below the $2 Mark

Gull has today dropped their regular fuel price at all company priced service stations to no more than $1.899 a litre, while the larger companies struggle to catch up.

Dave Bodger, General Manager of Gull notes that “Gull is about providing value to the Kiwi motorist and we stand by this philosophy.”

In addition to their low petrol pricing, Gull Low Sulphur diesel continues to represent outstanding value and is priced at least 7 cents per litre below the national advertised price.

At the outlets where Gull controls retail prices, the highest price is shown below:

ProductHighest PriceLowest Price
Regular (91 octane)$1.899$1.739
Force 10 (98 Octane)$2.049$1.889
Low Sulphur Diesel$1.149$0.979

Motorists can make further savings by using their Countdown supermarket vouchers at the manned Gull sites.

ENDS


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