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Old 12-14-2012, 07:46 PM   #21
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Hi Judy
I bought a lot of gift cards that had X4 points for the gas pump. Max was 2000 points.
I spend $500 in gift cards and got 2,000 points which equalled $2.00 off a gallon. That is the max you can get. Many of the cards are for us at local resterants that we usually go out to as well as family and friends gifts.

Have a great holiday!
Hi John,

By the way gas just dropped to $ 3.13 at my Fry's, at Quick-trip at Thomas and
Hayden today it was $2.999.
Hopefully it will keep coming down but I will not hold my breath.
Have a great holiday yourself.
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Old 12-15-2012, 09:32 AM   #22
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Old 12-15-2012, 09:47 AM   #23
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Went by flying j just a few minutes ago 2.89

With those gas prices it is time for a long trip with the Georgetown.
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Old 12-15-2012, 02:58 PM   #24
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GasBuddy.com - Find Low Gas Prices in the USA and Canada shows current and historical prices around the US and Canada. Doesn't seem to show where the best current bargains are though. It shows that the current lowest average price is in Wyoming at $2.82.

All of California and NY State are the highest while Texas and a few states to the north of it are the lowest. I wonder why prices vary so much? Local taxation?

In Canada we pay exorbitant prices at about $4.50 a gal. at present. We were paying over $5 recently. Canada has massive oil reserves and is a net oil exporter. So why the high prices?
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$2.87 in Tucson AZ yesterday - cheapest place for fuel in AZ
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Old 12-16-2012, 10:05 AM   #26
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What's the cheapest on regular and diesel in Casa Granade AZ?
How does your schedule look for driving down early Wednesday (12/19/12) for lunch?
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What's the cheapest on regular and diesel in Casa Granade AZ?
How does your schedule look for driving down early Wednesday (12/19/12) for lunch?
Hey Iggy, gas is floating around the 2.95 a gal. here in Casa Grande, Less probably at Fry's using the fry card. Diesel is around 3.57. Sure wish it would get down below 2.95..
Nigel says Wed would be good, good for us too. Hopefully a dry day! Wow, we know you all need the rain, you've had it, now stop..
Are you bringing the MH or just driving down? We are in site 133 & 134 Left turn on Newman St.
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Hey Iggy, gas is floating around the 2.95 a gal. here in Casa Grande, Less probably at Fry's using the fry card. Diesel is around 3.57. Sure wish it would get down below 2.95..
Nigel says Wed would be good, good for us too. Hopefully a dry day! Wow, we know you all need the rain, you've had it, now stop..
Are you bringing the MH or just driving down? We are in site 133 & 134 Left turn on Newman St.
No motorhome. We will drive down inthe truck. I figure if we get down ther by 10AM we can sit and chat a while and decide where we will have lunch.

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No motorhome. We will drive down inthe truck. I figure if we get down ther by 10AM we can sit and chat a while and decide where we will have lunch.

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Cool!, see you Thursday.
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myredracer, I think Canadians call it "Free Health Care" and a host of other social programs, such as maternity leave with pay for twelve months for mom and an additional six months for dad. Probably the same reason a case of beer in Canada costs around $40 whereas we can get a 30 pack of Labatt's for $18.99 with a $3-$4 rebate to boot.
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