I always fill up on Sundays when I get back for the weekend. Decrease
sticker shock. But I always get a four-digit price, like $38.23. I
always pay by credit card, so I don't add a few thousands of a gallon to
get to the next dollar (what do I care? The credit card company adds it
up for me).
I guess the only people who get triple digit fill-ups are people with
lawnmowers and motorcycles and other small engines.
I filled up my 04 Accord for $56, then added another $48 filling up
the gas cans for the lawn equipment. Just about $104 fill up. The
fill up for the Accord lasts me about 3 weeks, just about the same for
the lawn equipment.
Anyone here use a cash back credit card to help offset gas costs? The
5% cash back gas card from Pentagon Federal Credit Union looks like
the best (non-promotional) deal. Chase BP Visa offers 5%, but only at
BP locations. I currently use Chase Freedom with 3% cash back.
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