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    BP or exxon go in the tank and I stay with 89 octane...

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    BP or exxon go in the tank and I stay with 89 octane...

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    I've been going to whatever is cheapest, I hate to say. No loyalty here.

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    Cheapest
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    When I'm working, I go to the stations that have the cleanest bathrooms. My employer pays for the gas, so I don't care what the price is. Around town in my burb, I shop at the closest most convenient. On road trips I like the truck stop chains like Pilot or Flying J. There I get fuel, food and clean restrooms, and the gas prices are pretty competitive too.
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    I go with the cheapest. I like the big truck stops too when I'm towing becuase they are easier to manuver with a big rig and their prices are usually very competitive.
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    I am pretty consistent with buying from the Wal-Mart in New Braunfels, Tx. It is where we do our shopping and it is usually a few cents cheaper than other W/M's. When I go to Oregon, I usually go on over to Vancover, Wa. to buy @ Wal-Mart there. Still lowest price!


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    Quote Originally Posted by brownbomb
    I go with the cheapest. I like the big truck stops too when I'm towing becuase they are easier to manuver with a big rig and their prices are usually very competitive.
    I usually only go to the newer-style large gas stations. Like QuickTrip or something like that, there are several variants. Mostly becuase it's SOOO simple to get in and out and they have 40 pumps so there is usually no waiting.

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    big QuikTrip and Ractrak fan nowl

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    I always buy my gas up here at Canadian Tire as it is always 2 cents cheaper than eveywhere else.If i put in 40 bucks i get 2 dollars in Canadian Tire money,so i'll save those up then use it towards buying my Synthetic Oil.
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