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Gull Launches Mini Discount Day

Gull Launches Mini Discount Day

With the increase of motorists who flocked to the pumps for last week’s 20 cent per litre savings during Gull’s special discount day, some sites were unable to keep up with demand and ran out of fuel.

“While we were spreading Christmas savings across the Gull network last week some of our customers missed out through no fault of their own,” says Dave Bodger, General Manager of Gull New Zealand.

“We would like to make amends to these customers by running a mini 12 hour discount day at their local sites tomorrow.”

At the five Gull sites that were out of fuel for extended periods during Thursday’s discount day the price will be dropped by 20c a litre from 7am until 7pm on Wednesday 23 December.

The five sites that will be having the discount day are:

• Waipapa (State Highway 10, Northland)
• Forest Hill Road (260 Forest Hill Road, North Shore, Auckland)
• Norton Road (103 Norton Road, Hamilton)
• Melville (82 Ohaupo Road, Hamilton)
• Gisborne (53 Awapuni Road)
During the promotion period the prices at the five sites will be:

Gull Discount Day Pricing
91Force 10Diesel
Waipapa $1.569 $1.719 $0.799
Forest Hill $1.499 $1.649 $0.799
Norton Road$1.479$1.629 $0.799
Mellville$1.479$1.629 $0.799
Gisborne $1.569 N/A $0.799

Motorists can make their savings go even further this Christmas by using Countdown supermarket vouchers in conjunction with already discounted prices.

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