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Old 04-29-2013, 04:04 PM   #1
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Pilot Dump charges

What are current dump station charges at most Flying J/Pilots? With and without Good Sam. Thanks!
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Never been charged at a J for dumping. Never found a Pilot that had a dump site.
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Never been charged at a J for dumping. Never found a Pilot that had a dump site.
Nice. Thanks!
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Old 04-29-2013, 04:48 PM   #4
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Depends on if you are using their rv rewards card or buying fuel. I'm sure you pull in there and get 50-100 gal of fuel, they would say 'no problem' other wise it may be $6.00 like they used to charge at the Love's that have dump stations.
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Depends on if you are using their rv rewards card or buying fuel. I'm sure you pull in there and get 50-100 gal of fuel, they would say 'no problem' other wise it may be $6.00 like they used to charge at the Love's that have dump stations.
Usually $10.00 unless you have a Rewards Card, then it's $5.00.

When I use their gas card, I've never been asked to pay.
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Dumping hasn't been free at an FJ/Pilot for quite some time. The rates are as Toyduck says and you don't have to buy fuel.

PFJ says over 150 of their locations have dump stations.
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The first time I payed at a Flying J it was $5.00 with my RV Card.....their code to open the hatch......1-2-3-4. I used that code many times since then..
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Usually $10.00 unless you have a Rewards Card, then it's $5.00.

When I use their gas card, I've never been asked to pay.
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