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Old 03-13-2017, 11:27 AM   #1
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Fuel discount clubs, do they exist?

Hello, just reaching out to all of you to see if there exists any fuel discount clubs like Good Sam and KOA....

In the final planning stages for a trip out east to Nova Scotia this summer for 4 weeks. Our trip will be roughly 6064 km just from campsite to campsite. That is the reason for the question.

We are planning on leaving Detroit area and driving the Canadian side one way and the US side on the way back.

We do have a Good Sam club and KOA membership.

Any and all feedback would be great. Always looking to save a buck or two.

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Old 03-13-2017, 12:28 PM   #2
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I have a BJ Club Wholesales membership which saves me money. I also fill up at Cumberland Farm gas stations and use my smart phone app to get 10 cents off per gallon. I travel between MA, RI and CT often so play the fill up game of filling up before I leave MA and at gas stations away from major highways and exits. In a pinch I will get gas in RI but I would rather push my motor home out of CT before I pay their outrageous prices. No tolls in CT so they have to make their money some how I guess!
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