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Posts Tagged ‘pump’

Saving Money At The Pump With Gas Cards

Monday, January 12th, 2009

Gasoline credit cards are often referred to as Rebate cards, but in essence it is a type of credit card that provides rebates to reward gas purchases made on the card. Many credit card companies and fuel conglomerates offer these kinds of cards to the market. Usually, these two kinds of companies enter into a partnership to provide the gas credit cards to the consumer. With this system, money is earned as savings in the usage of the card.
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Gas Rebate Credit Cards

Wednesday, January 7th, 2009

Gasoline is a necessary evil; its price could go sky high but we still buy them. Even at gasoline’s highest pump price at $4.50 per gallon, people keep on buying them as there is no alternative to it. The only way to mitigate the high cost of gasoline is to look for savings options. One can minimize driving by taking public transport, trading your gas guzzler for an economical model, or learning how to drive at a speed that is considered most fuel efficient.
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Choosing The Best Gas Card

Monday, December 29th, 2008

Nowadays, everybody just loves to drive. The only downside of driving is the expense that comes with it – maintenance and of course gas expenses. But what if there’s a way to save up each time you pump for gas? It sounds too good to be true right?
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The Usefulness Of Gas Cards

Sunday, December 7th, 2008

Because of the constant gas prices climbing higher everyday, motorists are constantly on the lookout for saving a few dollars at the pump. I mean, who wouldn’t be? Since gas is on high demand, we wouldn’t be surprised if the prices of gas will skyrocket once every two to three months.
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