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Old 11-13-2017, 03:40 PM   #15
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Just remember when comparing fuel prices that you compare cash prices to cash prices. Some advertise cash price, some advertise credit price. Yep, California just stuck it to diesel prices...big increase. I try to avoid buying my fuel there, although it's not always possible.
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Old 11-13-2017, 04:04 PM   #16
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CA total diesel increase is $0.20
$0.12 for gas
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Old 11-13-2017, 04:10 PM   #17
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On the road full timing as we do, we keep the diesel tank half full or better. Not knowing exactly where we will be at when we want to fill, rather than price, we look for the most convenient in and out we can get and move on down the road.

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I use the PenFed Visa card, 5% cash back when used at the pump!
I just went to the PenFed Visa card website and it says there 2% cash back.
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Gas Buddy app works great and when its time to pay BOA rewards card gets me 3% on fuel...
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Old 11-13-2017, 10:15 PM   #20
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Sams Club credit card gives you 5% back on any gas purchase, even if it isn't theirs.

I've planned our future trip from Rochester, NY to Albuquerque bass on Sam's Club locations.
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I just went to the PenFed Visa card website and it says there 2% cash back.
Actually I don't see the card offered any more. It was a Visa Platinum Cash Rewards. The 5% reward level was offered, at least when I opened the account, if you also opened a CD with them. I guess too many users such as myself that use the card for a single type purchase, fuel.
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Actually I don't see the card offered any more. It was a Visa Platinum Cash Rewards. The 5% reward level was offered, at least when I opened the account, if you also opened a CD with them. I guess too many users such as myself that use the card for a single type purchase, fuel.
I just checked my latest statement, and it is apparently grandfathered for those who already have cards. Like many, I only use it for fuel and pay off at end of month. Yes I had to put $20 in a CD for the cash back to be valid, but last months rebate was $36.64, so well worth it. Oh, they also charge $1.00 monthly for a paper statement . . . If they go to 2% for me, I'll cancel PenFed and use my Sam's Club card.

Sorry, I don't have any loyalty to any specific bank/credit card company as they have absolutely no loyalty to me!
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