To be fair, there is another station in town (Merrill Wisconsin) that has ethanol free 92 octane gas for .10 a gallon more than 93 octane premium with ethanol, but I'm not going to run 92 octane in my van at .30 a gallon more than 87 octane with ethanol, but the other place has 87 octane with no ethanol at the same price as everyone else.
Hmm... I noticed all the big name stations having the sticker but the some of the little name stations not. I wonder if there's any law that they have to state that? Because I'm sure some lazy gas station owners don't do it all winter.
I think the big name stations all put the sticker on the pump as a CYA measure, in case they have to send a truck of fuel there from an ethanol area. Here a lot of the stations say "May contain up to 10% Ethanol" on the pump.
It would be awesome if Auto Parts stores sell some type of Litmus Paper that will tell you the amount of Ethanol Content when you wet it with a drip of gas! That's one way to get around the "May Contain Up to 10% Blah Blah Blah"
Weird, around here (Kansas) almost no stations have stickers saying they contain ethanol. Maybe only 20% do. Are the other ones just lying? The major brands like conoco, phillips 66, and BP (the ones I go to) don't say anything about it. It's usually only the Kwik shops and Casey's General Stores that have like the mid grade that contains ethanol.