Sheetz offering Unleaded 88 gas for $1.99

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Sheetz offers unleaded 88 gasoline for $1.99



NOT SEEN IN WEEKS. THE AVERAGE PRICE OF GAS TODAY IS ABOUT $4.95 PER GALLON IN PENNSYLVANIA, SLIGHTLY ABOVE THE NATIONAL AVERAGE. FOR THE NEXT WEEK, SHEETZ GAS STATIONS TRY TO RELIEVE THE PAIN THAT COMES WITH EVERY GAS PUMP SWIPE CREDIT CARD. >> I WAS ACTUALLY SHOCKED BECAUSE I WAS ON THE WAY TO GET GAS, AND I WENT TO THE GAS STATION, AND I SAW $3.99, AND I WAS LIKE, OH, OK, GREAT. REPORTER: LEAD 88 AND E85, WHICH IS A FLEX FUEL, ARE BOTH DISCOUNTED. LEADED 88 DROP TO $3.99 AND E85 MARKED TO $3.49. >> THE GAS IS REALLY RISING, AND I UNDERSTAND THERE ARE MULTIPLE REASONS FOR IT, AND I CAN’T DO TOO MUCH ABOUT IT, BUT THIS LITTLE BREAK DEFINITELY HELPS. REPORTER: LEANNA SMAPSELL ALWAYS FILL HER TANK WITH UNLEADED 88. >> IF YOUR CAR CAN HANDLE IT, IT WILL HELP. IT MAY BECOME ONE OF THOSE WHERE YOU GET EVEN BETTER GAS KILOMETERS LIKE ME. THAT LITTLE BIT OF WHAT IS THERE, A DOLLAR DIFFERENCE, THAT’S GOING TO HELP EVERY GALLON. REPORTER: MOST VEHICLES BUILT SINCE 2001 CAN TAKE LEAD 88 BUT E85, WHICH CONTAINS A HIGHER PERCENTAGE OF ETHANOL, DOES NOT WORK FOR ALL VEHICLES. JIM GARRITY, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS FOR AAA EAST CENTRAL, SAYS IN A STATEMENT: “WHEN WEIGHING THE OPTIONS, DON’T LEAVE ANYTHING IN YOUR TANK WITHOUT REFERENCE TO THE OWNER’S MANUAL FIRST. VEHICLES ARE DESIGNED TO DRIVE THE MOST EFFICIENTLY WITH DIFFERENT GAS MIXTURES. > > I FOUND IT LAST YEAR SO MY CAR CAN 88 AND I HAVE BEEN VERY HAPPY REPORTING: THESE MARKDOWNS WILL GO THROUGH JULY 4TH AT SHEETZ BUT PLEASE NOTE THAT NOT ALL SHEETZ CARRY THOSE GAS TYPES MIKE: ON NOW THE AVERAGE IN PENNSYLVANIA FOR A GALLON OF REGULAR GAS $4.96 THAT IS HIGHER THAN THE NATIONAL AVERAGE OF $4.90 FOR A GALLON OF REGULAR AND HERE IN THE PITTSBURGH AREA IT COSTS YOU AVERAGE

Sheetz offers unleaded 88 gasoline for $1.99

Ahead of one of the busiest travel weeks of the year, Sheetz has a big deal for travelers. Video above from June: Sheetz slashes some gas prices for a limited time The chain drops the price of unleaded 88 to $1.99 a gallon through Nov. 28 According to the AAA, the average gas cost in Pennsylvania is $4.02. “Sheetz is a family-owned and operated business, and everything we do is centered around giving back to our customers and the communities in which we live,” said the president. and CEO Travis Sheetz. “We hope this price reduction provides much-needed relief at the pump for our customers as they travel for the Thanksgiving holiday.” The price will be available at the 368 Sheetz stores that carry Lead Free 88. 88 via the Sheetz mobile app or sheetz.com. Sheetz said unleaded 88 is approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for use in all 2001 and newer cars, trucks and SUVs. The only difference in the composition of Lead Free 88 and 87 is their percentage of ethanol. Lead Free 88 contains 5% more ethanol than Lead Free 87.

Ahead of one of the busiest travel weeks of the year, Sheetz has a big deal for travelers.

Video above from June: Sheetz lowers some gas prices for a limited time

The chain drops the price of unleaded 88 to $1.99 per gallon through November 28.

According to AAA, the average gas cost in Pennsylvania is $4.02.

“Sheetz is a family-owned company and everything we do is centered around giving back to our customers and the communities in which we live,” said President and CEO Travis Sheetz. “We hope this price reduction will provide our customers with much-needed relief at the pump as they travel for the Thanksgiving holiday.”

The price will be available at the 368 Sheetz stores that carry Lead Free 88. You can check if your local Sheetz sells Lead Free 88 through the Sheetz mobile app or sheetz.com.

Sheetz said Lead-Free 88 has been approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency for use in all 2001 and newer cars, trucks and SUVs. The only difference in the composition of Lead Free 88 and 87 is their percentage of ethanol. Lead Free 88 contains 5% more ethanol than Lead Free 87.

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