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Old 04-15-2007, 01:04 AM   #11
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$3.35 for 87 in the SoCal desert.
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Old 04-15-2007, 01:27 AM   #12
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Toyota-city Japan... $3.86 to $4.27. Not too bad, considering Japanese cars on the average (meaning, the cars that people drive in Japan compared to America) get better gas mileage and things are closer.

My commute to work is about 15 miles.
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3.09 and rising about a penny a day for the last 2 weeks or so. When will it stop? They just added another fuel tax in Washington, they love taxing fuel here.
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1.75 ish here in MN
Aw man, I am living in the past

I mean to say 2.75 gal.
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3.09 and rising about a penny a day for the last 2 weeks or so. When will it stop? They just added another fuel tax in Washington, they love taxing fuel here.
DC or State?
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Aw man, I am living in the past

I mean to say 2.75 gal.
I'm glad you clarified that one, ELF. I was about to Pm you to find out where you were getting it a dollar cheaper and go get about 100 gallons of it, lol.

The best I can do for Gas prices in Champlin, MN is going to the new Cub Foods that has a gas station and using the coupons. For every $10 in groceries you spend they will give you $0.01 off per gallon up to 15 gallons. The cool thing is, they will let you combine 5 coupons at one time. My best reduction in price so far has been 54 cents off per gallon!
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$3.26 for 87 Octane at Chevron in Temple City (Los Angeles) ...

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Just paid $3 on the dot for diesel and $2.80 for 87
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DC or State?
State.

That sounds like our turf, I just read about the extra tax this moring. About 3.35 for 92 octane.
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I'm glad you clarified that one, ELF. I was about to Pm you to find out where you were getting it a dollar cheaper and go get about 100 gallons of it, lol.

The best I can do for Gas prices in Champlin, MN is going to the new Cub Foods that has a gas station and using the coupons. For every $10 in groceries you spend they will give you $0.01 off per gallon up to 15 gallons. The cool thing is, they will let you combine 5 coupons at one time. My best reduction in price so far has been 54 cents off per gallon!
Wow, thats a big discount. The cub foods here in south metro don't have a gas station, I am wishing they did. I shop at cub about 4 times a week.
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