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Gull discount day offers pump price relief

Gull is providing motorists with a much-needed pump saving by offering 10 cents off per litre on all fuel types across their entire network, from 7:00am on Thursday 25th October 2018 until 12pm mid-day) on Friday 26th October 2018.

“Families across the country have enjoyed a long weekend and we are sure there are lots of thirsty cars and some tight budgets around fuel spend, so we are offering relief at the pumps,” says Gull spokesperson, Rohan Mehta.

“Our discount day is another way for us to offer continuous value to motorists. No minimum dollar spend or maximum litre fill restrictions apply to this offer. From 7:00am today, we are simply dropping price boards and pump prices for everyone to enjoy the discount.”

At most Gull outlets where Gull controls retail prices across the North Island, average prices will be as follows during the above-mentioned time frame.

Regular (91) $ 2.195
Force 10 (98) $ 2.345
Diesel $ 1.461
Gull Atiamuri will be offering the lowest prices during this time frame, as below:
Regular (91) $ 2.007
Force 10 (98) $ 2.157
Diesel $ 1.267

All pricing across the entire Gull network is GST inclusive.
*Please note average prices quoted above are across sites where Gull controls the retail fuel price.

You can find your local Gull station by visiting the link


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