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Posted by Michelle Steiner on July 18, 2008, 5:48 pm
 


Gasoline prices is a different story completely; different rules from
retail-store sales, as I understand it.

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Posted by EdV on July 18, 2008, 6:28 pm
 

marathon.

Usually the price on the post is
Regular Unleaded
Premium Unleaded
Super Unleaded

The price, or advertised price, on the post for this gas station is:
3.89
4.01
From a far you will think the 3.89 is regular and 4.01 is the premium
right?
but when you reach the pump it says cash and credit price. You look
back at the big post and the fine print will show cash and credit as
well.
I didn't have cash so I drove away and pumped up on a 3.94/gallon
station cash and credit.

Posted by Was Istoben on July 18, 2008, 7:10 pm
 

Bet they include checks in their definition of cash.  At least they should
now that checks can be processed immediately by EFT (Electronic Fund
Transfer) thereby eliminating the dishonored check problem.  I have EFTs
going both ways and have yet to be charged a fee.  You don't even have to
fill out the check and it is handed back to you after the transaction.



Posted by Was Istoben on July 18, 2008, 4:44 pm
 

A surcharge for using the card IS a discount for not using it.


Posted by Michelle Steiner on July 18, 2008, 5:46 pm
 

In effect, maybe, but not legally.

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