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Old 07-01-2012, 11:01 PM   #155
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This is never ending argument. The people that own oil stocks or are business or former business owners are almost always on the side of "gouging".

Flame suit on.
That doesn't sound right.
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Old 07-02-2012, 11:57 PM   #156
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Oregon is a state where there are 2 posted prices, the lower one for vehicles with Oregon tax accounts and a higher one for everyone else. I paid about $3.55/gal today at a Pilot; I'm not complaining.
Wish there was a Pilot closer than a 50 mile round trip for us. I paid $3.659 for 35 gallons with my Safeway discount, then 3.759 for another 15 gallons or so. I only put $200 in so I didn't get a full tank.
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Old 07-03-2012, 12:40 AM   #157
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I bought diesel Friday at the Fred Meyer store in Florence, OR for $.10 off the pump price of $3.579 with my Frye discount card. Got so excited we forgot to top off the Jeep.
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Reservation diesel is $3.46 near Suquammish and 4.10 on Bainbridge. Anyone buying on Bainbridge is very stupid.
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Old 07-03-2012, 09:34 AM   #159
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Reservation diesel is $3.46 near Suquammish and 4.10 on Bainbridge. Anyone buying on Bainbridge is very stupid.


Or possibly just unaware that fuel is cheaper elsewhere
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paid $3.19 diesel in fenton /st.louis Mo. today. $3.43 at pilot in fenton.
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Old 07-03-2012, 02:50 PM   #161
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Or possibly just unaware that fuel is cheaper elsewhere
Well that is true, but just five miles and you save plenty. But with smart fones and google, you should know.
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Wish there was a Pilot closer than a 50 mile round trip for us. I paid $3.659 for 35 gallons with my Safeway discount, then 3.759 for another 15 gallons or so. I only put $200 in so I didn't get a full tank.
O My, I just filled up last week. 1.039/Liter. Translated to American, that is 1.039 X 3.78 = 3.93 per US gallon. 338.78 Liters cost $352.00
I guess that's what it cost to drag your house around. The alternative is to stay put in my stick built house and like it.
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Thats why I keep the App "Gas Buddy" on my cell and Ipad. Thats why I use the " Pentagon Federal Credit Union " card with 5% off when swipped AT THE PUMP.
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Old 07-05-2012, 08:36 PM   #164
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Phoenix $3.29 regular but $ 3.31 for diesel.
Had been the same until today.
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Old 07-05-2012, 08:40 PM   #165
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Old 07-05-2012, 09:24 PM   #166
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I suspect gas/diesel has bottomed out for a while, at least until election day!
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Price jumped from 3.46 to 3.68 yesterday based on the Dow. Tomorrow it will drop based on the Dow. Regular was 3. 38 but didnt move. If I get up to Poulsbo, will report back with todays prices.

Even if they dropped $.50 a gallon, it would be much too high.
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