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3.99 around here...for that price I'd bring a tanker.
 
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www.fuelrewardsnetwork.com

I haven't paid over $2.00 a gallon this year.

I buy EVERYTHING through this portal and either pickup in store or have it delivered often for less than in store and free shipping w/o any tax. It's truly a great program. My fill this AM cost me $0.38.
 
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Thanks I just followed the link and it looks like a good way to save. Think I'lI sign up. I was in Fort Myers fl for the winter and paid 4.19.9. Truck stops were at 4.35.
 
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$4.59/ gallon here in CT.
 
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So in a nutshell how does it work?
 
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It's crazy simple....

Login to fuelrewardsnetwork.com
Find the retailer you want to shop online at, you get redirected to their site. There are HTML tags that track your purchase.

Every $50 you spend you get at least $0.05 off per gallon. Most retailers offer 2-7x the points.

Credits get loaded on a discount card

Swipe discount card at pump and voila. Discount applied.

Proceed as usual.
 
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we have something like that a the local grocery store called hy-vee where they run what they call gas busters on select items ranging from $.01-$.10 off per gallon and can save them up for a month before using, only good up to 20 gallons and cant be cheaper than $.01 per gallon. and can be used at there gas stations or caseys or shell i think?
 
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Our local grocery, Kroger, has that too... but it's not the same in my eyes. The problem with the grocery store is you locked into their prices, which in my experience is more expensive than the grocery stores that don't offer a discount program.

These points also do not expire for several months rather than the next month and the points are credited within days, often the next day.

This program has over 700 retailers that participate... I've also noticed that many retailers are less expensive online as they don't have as much overhead for online sales.
 
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Luck to be you all in the states. Up north here in Canada. Actually in British Columbia today it was $1.46 a liter. So times that by four and its $5.84 a gallon. Where gas was $1.36 a liter today. I consider you fuel to be a good price.
 
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Luck to be you all in the states. Up north here in Canada. Actually in British Columbia today it was $1.46 a liter. So times that by four and its $5.84 a gallon. Where gas was $1.36 a liter today. I consider you fuel to be a good price.
The actual conversion is 3.785412 L / us gallon. Eastern Ontario is 1.339 (5.068/gal) and upstate New York is averaging 4.379/gal. 75 gallon fill up is 100 a month in my pocket.
 
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Originally Posted by GHeTTo JOe View Post
we have something like that a the local grocery store called hy-vee where they run what they call gas busters on select items ranging from $.01-$.10 off per gallon and can save them up for a month before using, only good up to 20 gallons and cant be cheaper than $.01 per gallon. and can be used at there gas stations or caseys or shell i think?
I am part of the Fuel Rewards Network and Hy-Vee is part of it, as I just looked at who is part of the Grocery Stores that reward for buying food.
 
 
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