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Old 01-01-2019, 10:30 PM   #21
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Re: Cheap Gas - Buck Ninety-nine - What You Got?


Buck eighty five at wally world last week when I filled up.
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Old 01-01-2019, 10:34 PM   #22
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$1.83 at Costco. $1.89 cheapest elsewhere.
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Lowest I've seen here, $1.899/US gal.
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Old 01-02-2019, 12:34 PM   #24
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Little brother says its 1.76 in Clarkston at the Speedway today.
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Getting screwed in Cali, it's $3.25 or more per gallon with a 19 cents per gallon increase coming in a couple of months................
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I saw one today for 1.91
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for real...
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for real...


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for real...
That's meaningless--show the sign advertising the price. I get a buck or so off regularly with rewards points at my grocery store.
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That's meaningless--show the sign advertising the price. I get a buck or so off regularly with rewards points at my grocery store.
I don't know about that stuff. Just saw it on a friend's page.

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Ain't trying to be, just setting out the qualifications for belief. And then you admit that your "for real" declaration isn't even based upon personal experience.

It's all good, just yankin' yer chain.
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Just paid $1.779 / Gal.

That's the lowest I've paid for gas in a long long long time.
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Ain't trying to be, just setting out the qualifications for belief. And then you admit that your "for real" declaration isn't even based upon personal experience.

It's all good, just yankin' yer chain.
He just replied. "Kroger fuel points!".

A thing I did not know.
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Wtf?
I went all diesel this year and the cheapest is $2.83
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$1.98
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2.60 for premium at Costco Monday night. Man I miss the cheap gas we used to get

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"These inconveniences reminded many Americans of the oil crisis of 1973-1974, when an Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) embargo sent gasoline prices through the roof: By the time that embargo ended, the average retail price of gas had climbed to 84 cents per gallon from 38 cents per gallon."
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I remember rationing around '78.
If you had commercial tags you could get gas anyday, otherwise it was odd even tags.
I carried a spare set of plates that were opposite of my legal ones to get gas anyday.
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Its been $1.99 here for over a week, now. Across the Carolina line its $2.25
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$2.15 and donít have to pump myself


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