What's the price of gas where you live?


 

LMichaels

TVWBB 1-Star Olympian
Well, just filled today at Costco Loves Park IL and $4.799 gal reg, $5.139 premium. I wish they sold diesel
 

Brian B Atlanta

TVWBB Guru
Costco in ATL is $3.99 where I live it was $4.19 last week or so I believe got that price from gas buddy 6 hours old I filled up at the $4.19 a week ago.
 
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EmoryG

TVWBB Fan
You can see Costco fuel prices on their website:

1. Go to:
https://www.costco.com/warehouse-locations

2. Find the Costco location that interests you. Click on that link to see details about your chosen Costco store.

3. Click the words "Gas Station" or the plus sign next to it, to expand the information.

4. The price for Regular and Premium gas are shown for that Costco.

On 2 July 2022 at 7:20 AM PDT, my local Costco (Southern California) shows: Regular: $5.75 +9/10, Premium: $5.99 +9/10
 

Brad Olson

TVWBB Diamond Member
It seems that the prices are constantly changing, but I've noticed that around here Casey's sells their 88 octane E15 for 15 cents less per gallon than their 87 E10. Casey's is based in Iowa and IIRC the state has had a strong ethanol subsidy for many years.

Interestingly, up until recently Kwik Trip/Kwik Star (WI-based) sold their 88 E15 for only 3 cents less than 87 E10 but lately I've seen a 10-cent gap at some stations.
 

LMichaels

TVWBB 1-Star Olympian
Yeah but you gotta be VERY careful with E15. Don't believe the gummint telling you it's beer and skittles. If the car is not calibrated for it, there will be running issues, driveability, voiding warranty and so on. Likely will not damage the fuels system but will definitely cause issues
 

Rich Dahl

TVWBB 1-Star Olympian
Just recently got a steal of a deal on a new generator to back up my three freezers. It's dual fuel propane/gas but the instructions state in bold if you use E15 the warranty is voided.
 

Jeff Boudman

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Yeah but you gotta be VERY careful with E15. Don't believe the gummint telling you it's beer and skittles. If the car is not calibrated for it, there will be running issues, driveability, voiding warranty and so on. Likely will not damage the fuels system but will definitely cause issues
I agree with you. I had a difficult time getting my 2007 Corolla to pass the emissions test this month using regular gas. Older and cars out of tune are susceptible to failing the emissions test when they are fueled by E-15.
 

Brad Olson

TVWBB Diamond Member
Yeah but you gotta be VERY careful with E15. Don't believe the gummint telling you it's beer and skittles. If the car is not calibrated for it, there will be running issues, driveability, voiding warranty and so on. Likely will not damage the fuels system but will definitely cause issues
As always, RTFM.;)
 

LMichaels

TVWBB 1-Star Olympian
It was over a buck cheaper at my local Sam's Club. $4.799 and yesterday afternoon when there is usually a 1/4 mile long line....................maybe 4 cars total in the entire station. Go figure
 

 

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