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Author:  Arky [ Wed Oct 15, 2014 3:47 pm ]
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AR


(and our gas is $2.82)

Author:  Mrs. Timmy [ Wed Oct 15, 2014 3:51 pm ]
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TN

Author:  Ancient Oracle [ Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:16 pm ]
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ON

Author:  Speed Racer [ Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:23 pm ]
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Ancient Oracle wrote:
ON


:flag Not adjacent to TN. :nono:

Author:  Ancient Oracle [ Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:37 pm ]
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Banned because it is larger than Texas!

Author:  faithfulservant [ Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:42 pm ]
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arkcatholic wrote:
AR


(and our gas is $2.82)



:flag not adjacent to al

Author:  Ancient Oracle [ Wed Oct 15, 2014 6:04 pm ]
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Why would you want to be?

Author:  Chris G [ Wed Oct 15, 2014 6:41 pm ]
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Hijack!

Author:  Mrs. Timmy [ Wed Oct 15, 2014 8:47 pm ]
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Filled up tonight. Paid 2.93 at the HEB close to work--usually the cheapest gas anywhere. Drove for 1/2 hour back home, and at the Wal-mart by my parish, the price was $2.87 :brick:

Author:  Speed Racer [ Wed Oct 15, 2014 9:11 pm ]
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Future Mrs. Timmy wrote:
Filled up tonight. Paid 2.93 at the HEB close to work--usually the cheapest gas anywhere. Drove for 1/2 hour back home, and at the Wal-mart by my parish, the price was $2.87 :brick:

Ever check gasbuddy.com ?

Author:  faithfulservant [ Wed Oct 15, 2014 9:14 pm ]
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i just did... we have 5 places below 2.70 , with 2.64 being the king of the lows

Author:  Mrs. Timmy [ Thu Oct 16, 2014 12:32 am ]
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Speed Racer wrote:
Future Mrs. Timmy wrote:
Filled up tonight. Paid 2.93 at the HEB close to work--usually the cheapest gas anywhere. Drove for 1/2 hour back home, and at the Wal-mart by my parish, the price was $2.87 :brick:

Ever check gasbuddy.com ?


Yes. But the HEB in Taylor has been 5-10 cents / gallon below everyone else for so long (6 months or more?) that I didn't bother to check. That's what I get for being complacent.

Author:  SarahGrace [ Thu Oct 16, 2014 8:30 am ]
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Dh uses Gas Buddy all the time as he travels back and forth.
I don't use it because within my route of driving there's not a lot to choose from. :P My BP station did come down to $3.29 yesterday as did Kroger. The rest were still at $3.39.

Author:  Speed Racer [ Thu Oct 16, 2014 8:35 am ]
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SarahGrace wrote:
Dh uses Gas Buddy all the time as he travels back and forth.
I don't use it because within my route of driving there's not a lot to choose from. :P My BP station did come down to $3.29 yesterday as did Kroger. The rest were still at $3.39.


Speaking of Kroger, they are going to build a new gas station near my home. It's at the fork in the road where Collins Ferry Road angles off from University Ave., about a mile from my apartment. The old BP gas station that has been at that intersection pretty much forever (or at least as long as I've lived in Morgantown) has been torn down. Looks like they are going to rebuild everything from the ground up, with new storage tanks and pumps.

Author:  faithfulservant [ Thu Oct 16, 2014 8:58 am ]
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while the prospect of $1.00 off a gallon is enticing through kroger's gas points program, it did not quite cover the $1200 repair bill that came about as a result of using that gas regularly, so while i may get a tank (or less) there infrequently to take advantage of the points, i no longer use that gas as i once did

Author:  SarahGrace [ Thu Oct 16, 2014 2:11 pm ]
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faithfulservant wrote:
while the prospect of $1.00 off a gallon is enticing through kroger's gas points program, it did not quite cover the $1200 repair bill that came about as a result of using that gas regularly, so while i may get a tank (or less) there infrequently to take advantage of the points, i no longer use that gas as i once did


We don't use Kroger fuel much anymore either. Thankfully when Mazda tested the fuel it didn't show water. It was a very weak fuel but not to the point that they charged me for the repairs. They covered the replacing of the oxygen filter. Now, I'll let the points build up from shopping and then fill our diesel cans or some of our generator gas cans.

Author:  Chris G [ Thu Oct 16, 2014 5:23 pm ]
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faithfulservant wrote:
while the prospect of $1.00 off a gallon is enticing through kroger's gas points program, it did not quite cover the $1200 repair bill that came about as a result of using that gas regularly, so while i may get a tank (or less) there infrequently to take advantage of the points, i no longer use that gas as i once did


What damage did it do and how was it tied back to the gas? I've used Kroger before to use the points and I've filled up the gas cans at the same time a few times to reach the maximum amount I could purchase in one visit.

Author:  Chris G [ Thu Oct 16, 2014 5:24 pm ]
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Future Mrs. Timmy wrote:
Filled up tonight. Paid 2.93 at the HEB close to work--usually the cheapest gas anywhere. Drove for 1/2 hour back home, and at the Wal-mart by my parish, the price was $2.87 :brick:


Meaning that if you bought 15 gallons of gas you just lost the opportunity to save a whopping $.90!

Author:  faithfulservant [ Fri Oct 17, 2014 8:02 am ]
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Chris G wrote:
faithfulservant wrote:
while the prospect of $1.00 off a gallon is enticing through kroger's gas points program, it did not quite cover the $1200 repair bill that came about as a result of using that gas regularly, so while i may get a tank (or less) there infrequently to take advantage of the points, i no longer use that gas as i once did


What damage did it do and how was it tied back to the gas? I've used Kroger before to use the points and I've filled up the gas cans at the same time a few times to reach the maximum amount I could purchase in one visit.


i can't remember the specifics, but it clogged up some kind of line/filter that the mechanic said could only have been caused by inferior gas

Author:  Chris G [ Fri Oct 17, 2014 11:12 am ]
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faithfulservant wrote:
Chris G wrote:
faithfulservant wrote:
while the prospect of $1.00 off a gallon is enticing through kroger's gas points program, it did not quite cover the $1200 repair bill that came about as a result of using that gas regularly, so while i may get a tank (or less) there infrequently to take advantage of the points, i no longer use that gas as i once did


What damage did it do and how was it tied back to the gas? I've used Kroger before to use the points and I've filled up the gas cans at the same time a few times to reach the maximum amount I could purchase in one visit.


i can't remember the specifics, but it clogged up some kind of line/filter that the mechanic said could only have been caused by inferior gas


If it was a fuel filter, you got ripped off.

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