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Free Fuel Today (1/8) from 11am to 12pm @ Two BP stores in Auckland and Christchurch

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Might be a bit late, but just in case you can make it…

Auckland and Christchurch drivers can get free fuel on Thursday - yes that's right - FREE fuel, but you have to act quickly.

Two BP stores - Flat Bush on Ormiston Rd, Auckland and Dallington on Gloucester St, Christchurch, are giving away fuel for one hour.

"Drivers of passenger vehicles and motorcycles that make it to one of the two sites between 11am and noon today, will have the chance to fill up with their choice of fuel for free," BP said in a statement.

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    Hi,

    Yeah, what a nice little stunt by BP in our 2 largest cities…. . Great for a relatively small number of folks who will wait in huge line to maybe get a one off free fill. (What happens to those still in the line waiting one hour later at 12.00pm?).. The rest of us ?, more of the great retail fuel price ripoff in New Zealand, compared to the Aussies in the big cities, Brisbane etc. :(

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      According to the webpage, some of those still waiting after the promotion ended received discount vouchers and free pies. One guy walked into the petrol station with to fill up a can and got free doughnuts.

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    They shouldn't really be allowed to do such promotions - the local roads would have been jammed with people queuing up. It can get bad enough on the discount days at some petrol stations. X-(

    There have also unsurprisingly been reports of aggressive idiots causing problems.

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    "There's a lot of tooting going on, people are in good spirits."
    Um thats one way to interpret it!
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/114667961/bp-gas-stations-g...

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      Hah Ormiston area with the recent shootings nearby. Luckily for the free donuts and vouchers, otherwise things could have turned nasty lol

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    saw this on the news last night but nah I got work and can't spend 1+ hours waiting in line unlike for some :(

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    Strange promotion, really only benefits those who don't work during the day (or at all) and a very small audience (relatively speaking) who are willing sit around four hours on end.
    Purely designed as a "news headliner". I estimate they would have given away between $50,000-$100,000 worth of fuel, but will get a mention just about everywhere for free.

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    Here I am thinking I was a cheapie