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    MM You have a lot of pleasure to look forward to when you reach 65.
    Winnie's GOLD CARD,means you may seldom have to fill up your car,may not need one, as busues are free between 9 am and 3 pm and after 6pm.
    However, should you need to fill up, 15 cents off at Challenge and NPD.
    I never leave home without it.

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    looks like I may need to buy at Z to make up for the 6 cent loss in SP today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post
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    Not everyone is a tight ass and wants to use an unmanned station with zero facilities and is prepared to drive many kilometers out of their regular path to find one spending their time and money to save a few pathetic cents a liter.
    Beagle describing someone saving 20 cents a litre as a tight ass is a bit derogatory .
    That great NZ company Z sees fit to charge 20 cents a l more in Wellington than Levin ( that massive high volume City North of Wellington ) just because we have no Gull here . Note bulk fuel comes in by ship to Wellington , so more litres and cheaper delivery ...,
    Economies of scale ????
    On Sunday I went to the Wairarapa local Wellington station 228.9 a litre,
    Mobil Featherston 208.9 on top of this with a supercard account I get 16 cents a litre off the pump price .
    I’ll let you do the maths but I don’t see that as being a tight ass. Just rewarding a decent loyalty scheme and shopping wisely .
    Leaves more money to purchase more shares ...

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    Everyone is going to have different points of view about this based on where they live and their local area pricing.
    One example of this is that although Percy might find he gets a genuine 15 cents per litre off by filling up at Challenge, (which he keeps reminding us about regularly), our neighbourhood challenge is a very old small and dirty service station that typically has a window card price 8-9 cpl higher than surrounding stations so the 15 cpl discount is useless in its application here.

    My point is that over two million airpoints members got an email today advising them of this new scheme and over 2 million kiwi's love building their airpoints. Airpoints to many members are not the same as money and if you can't understand the value of this promotion then that's fine and I won't try and elaborate further. You either understand brand power or you don't. I think this is a positive development for ZEL.
    Last edited by Beagle; 16-04-2019 at 02:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post
    Everyone is going to have different points of view about this based on where they live and the area in which they live.
    One example of this is that although Percy might find he gets a genuine 15 cents per litre off by filling up at Challenge, (which he keeps reminding us about regularly), our neighbourhood challenge is a very old small and dirty service station that typically has a window card price 8-9 cpl higher than surrounding stations so the 15 cpl discount is useless in its application here.

    My point is that over two million airpoints members got an email today advising them of this new scheme and over 2 million kiwi's love building their airpoints. Airpoints to many members are not the same as money and if you can't understand the value of this promotion then that's fine and I won't try and elaborate further. You either understand brand power or you don't. I think this is a positive development for ZEL.
    Brand power yep I guess that's why you chose Holden over Mercedes.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoploss View Post
    Brand power yep I guess that's why you chose Holden over Mercedes.......

    I have owned both and know a lot about both, the good the bad and the ugly. Until you've bought a brand new Mercedes-Benz and owned it for a few years you have no concept of the true meaning of the word depreciation, you think you do but you don't lol
    Then there's the service costs and spare parts prices and their Germanic attitude...oh don't get me started...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post
    Everyone is going to have different points of view about this based on where they live and their local area pricing.
    One example of this is that although Percy might find he gets a genuine 15 cents per litre off by filling up at Challenge, (which he keeps reminding us about regularly), our neighbourhood challenge is a very old small and dirty service station that typically has a window card price 8-9 cpl higher than surrounding stations so the 15 cpl discount is useless in its application here.

    My point is that over two million airpoints members got an email today advising them of this new scheme and over 2 million kiwi's love building their airpoints. Airpoints to many members are not the same as money and if you can't understand the value of this promotion then that's fine and I won't try and elaborate further. You either understand brand power or you don't. I think this is a positive development for ZEL.
    Two airpoints members in this family ....no email yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Two airpoints members in this family ....no email yet
    One has come through to one family member here not to the other. I think they have so many to send they didn't want to crash the server so it will probably be a staggered mail-out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Two airpoints members in this family ....no email yet
    6 Airpoints members and no emails !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    6 Airpoints members and no emails !!
    Mine arrived at 10:20 this morning

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    Everything looks honky dory on the Z front

    http://nzx-prod-s7fsd7f98s.s3-websit...461/298540.pdf


    Neighbour and his bowling mates given up on term deposits completely and said some had got into Z the other day .....hoping it’s going to do better than Turners and Oceania is their hope.
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    $0.38 - 0.47 cents per share dividend. Thats quite the spread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minimoke View Post
    $0.38 - 0.47 cents per share dividend. Thats quite the spread.
    Are they what is likely to be paid out May/June, or the Interim dividend paid in Dec subtracted from it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by theace View Post
    Are they what is likely to be paid out May/June, or the Interim dividend paid in Dec subtracted from it?
    Its total dividend inclusive of the 12.5 cents

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    25.5c - 34.5c final dividend is very attractive.

    At $6.28 this represents a 4.1% - 5.5% return just for the final alone.

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