Topaz has announced that it will be dropping fuel prices in 14 locations over the bank holiday weekend to 99c per litre for 99 minutes.
The fuel offers are to celebrate the rollout of Miles, Topaz’s new fuel additive and fuel brand, across its 430 service stations in Ireland. The rollout of Miles is set to be completed at all Topaz sites by August this year, and Topaz will announce further fuel offers across the country as the rollout progresses.
“Following the huge success to date with the rollout of our Miles fuel brand across Ireland, we are excited to continue offering these incredibly low fuel prices to our customers to celebrate the introduction of our new innovative fuel at these service stations,” Gordon Lawlor, fuels director at Topaz, said.
Participating fuel stations include Topaz Parkway East in Palmerstown, Topaz Rochestown Avenue in Dun Laoghaire, Topaz the Ward, North Road in north Dublin, and Topaz Kilcolgan, Co. Galway, all of which will have the offer on Saturday.
On Sunday the offer will take place at the following locations at 9am for 99 minutes; Topaz Stillorgan road in Dublin, Topaz Glenview in west Dublin, Topaz Ballymun in North Dublin, Topaz Eglington in south Dublin, Topaz Citywest on the Naas Road, and Topaz Thomond in Co. Limerick.
While on bank holiday Monday the fuel offer will take place at 9am in the following locations; Topaz Parkway West in Palmerstown, Topaz Kilnamanagh in west Dublin, Topaz Grange Castle in Clondalkin, west Dublin, and Topaz Shannon in Co. Clare.
Miles is a next generation fuel that contains a unique blend of additives designed to take motorists up to 3pc further.
Its performance has been tested and verified by a third party independent research and development center, which confirmed it as a superior quality fuel.
“The rollout of Miles in Ireland, and the significant €6m investment in the brand, represents our commitment to innovation,” Lawlor said.
Topaz recently acquired the Esso station network and the company also operates a large commercial fuels business, with over 30 depots and three owned terminals across Ireland.
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