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Old 05-05-2014, 08:50 PM   #15
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I like Pilot/Flying J because they have a Frequent Fuelers card for RV's. Good for use in the store as well. Only a few pennies but with a couple fill-ups the discount increases.

I asked the clerk at Loves and was told their card was only for professional drivers and you had to use 500 gallons per month.

Guess they don't think RV's use enough fuel to try to attract.
I'm sitting looking at My Love Rewards card right now. That clerk doesn't' know RV'ers can obtain one. I asked at the fuel desk, the clerk handed me a card and pointed me to the computer kiosk to register the card to me. When it asked for my commercial numbers, a different clerk helped me complete the information. I got it for the pump-start feature. I still must pay at the fuel desk though.
P.S. the card does say "professional driver". On the back it has a 24 hr roadside assistance number to call.
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Thanks - when the clerk pointed at the commercial desk and said I had to use 500 gal per month I just hung my head and went back to the truck.

Do you get a discount on the fuel you purchase?
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You, or your other half, has to go inside anyway to buy the ice-cream bars. So what the heck, you might as well pay for the fuel at the same time.
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Thanks - when the clerk pointed at the commercial desk and said I had to use 500 gal per month I just hung my head and went back to the truck.

Do you get a discount on the fuel you purchase?
No. All I get is the rewards points for purchasing items in their store or restaurant per their schedule in the Loves My Rewards Card section of their website. I only applied to get the pump-start feature, as they do not want, nor have access for,huge RV's at the auto-diesel pumps. The reason the clerk mentioned 500G was because that is the minimum for gaining points.
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No. All I get is the rewards points for purchasing items in their store or restaurant per their schedule in the Loves My Rewards Card section of their website. I only applied to get the pump-start feature, as they do not want, nor have access for,huge RV's at the auto-diesel pumps. The reason the clerk mentioned 500G was because that is the minimum for gaining points.
Yikes - well I sure hope that I do not use 500 gallons in any month. I am hoping the MH will get 7 or better. I do not have any plans to travel 3500+ miles a month.

At Pilot I start at the same pump price (if the stations are close) and right from the first gallon get 3 cents discount.
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