Making Sense of Cents At The Pump Is Creating Nonsense
Generally, most places you frequent are probably within a few dollars here and there of any other same type business. Whether that be a burger, most of your groceries, even most automobile dealerships tend to have the same pricing on a general vehicle of same types. I always thought that about gas stations as well but after a recent discussion with a co-worker, then heading out and checking different spots, I was totally wrong! Even the place that I stop at most often was a couple cents higher than some other locations. Are those cents enough to make you drive across town? Maybe not, especially when it's only a penny or two.
But what if your regular fill up location is fourteen to sixteen cents higher? Would that make you want to change? I jumped in my vehicle for a quick run from my work up 10th Avenue South in Great Falls, then across to the west side and back through downtown on my way home. What I found was actually kind of shocking to me. Many different prices, some the same, some within a few pennies and others much more. Even one company featuring different pricing at different locations throughout the city.
So, what did I find for those prices in Great Falls? Who had the lowest that I checked? Who had the highest? Scroll through the gallery below of my jaunt across the Falls, and let me know what you think via the app with the link below to download if you haven't yet. Already have it? Hit me up right now with it!