Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Regional Municipality of Durham
Normally the gas stations are placed in such a way that in the morning on your way to work, the ones that are on the way like just before a highway entrance or exit, are priced $1.25 a liter for bronze. But if you drive 2 minutes out of your way, you will find another station which is 10 cents per liter cheaper. I think they did thier market research very well and know which routes most citizens take to go to and from work and the stations along this path, are priced 10 cents higher than the ones which are out of the way or serving industrial / less traveled areas. Since I know this, I take an extra 2 minutes now and drive to the station which is 10 cents cheaper, plus when I pay with my Royal Bank credit card which is linked to my petro points, I get an additional 3 cents per liter off the price. So im saving 13 cents per liter, its not much but over time it ads up, especially sicne the wifey drives the mini van which is a gas guzzler, every little bit helps.
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