Applegreen announces drop in fuel prices by 5 cent a litre

Applegreen announces drop in fuel prices by 5 cent a litre

Applegreen have announced they will be reducing fuel prices by 5 cent a litre in the run-up to the festive season.

The lower cost fuel is available at all service stations in the Republic from today.

The discount is being introduced to spread Christmas cheer, the company says.

Applegreen Head of Operations Conor Lucey said “Our national price drop of 5c per litre on fuelgood fuel will be welcomed by motorists across the Republic of Ireland.

We are committed to our “low fuel prices always” promise and are delighted we can help our customers hard-earned cash go that bit further at this time of year.

Applegreen was established in 1992 and now has 368 sites in Ireland, the UK and the US.

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