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Hot! Up to $81 Money Maker on Mastercard Gift Card at Stop & Shop {2/7-After Gas Points}

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Stop & Shop Gift Card Deal

Wow!  We love gift card deals here at LRWC and this deal beginning 2/7 at Stop & Shop is no exception.  Beginning Friday 2/7 through 2/20, you will earn 5X Gas Points when you purchase a participating gift card.  The gift cards pictured in the ad include:

  • ITunes
  • Bass Pro
  • Outback Steakhouse
  • Carraba’s
  • Mastercard
  • Sephora
  • Olive Garden
  • Macy’s
  • Regal Cinema

If you are not familiar with Gas Rewards here is a breakdown…

400 gas points gets you $0.40 off per gallon up to 35 gallons which is equal to $14.00 in gas.  If your tank is not 35 gallons, some gas stations will allow you to fill up 2 cars or use gas containers to get the remainder of gas at the discounted price.  Be sure to check with your gas station.

You can purchase up to a $500 Mastercard Gift Card and earn 5 times gas points on this purchase.  You earn 1 point for each dollar you spend at Stop & Shop, so if you bought a $500 Mastercard Gift Card during this promotion, you will earn 2,500 gas points, which is equivalent to $2.50 off a gallon of gas at participating Shell Gas Stations.  You can fill up with up to 35 gallons of gas using your gas points, although the maximum you’re allowed off per gallon is $2.20 or 2,200 gas points.  $2.20 off of 35 gallons of gas equals a total of $77 in gas which you can get the first time you fill up at Shell.  You can then go back and will then be left with 300 gas points (or $0.30 off per gallon), which is equal to another $10.50 in gas if you fill up with 35 gallons of gas.  So with 2,500 gas points (which you will earn for buying a $500 Mastercard gift card) you can get UP to $87.50 in FREE gas if you take full advantage of all your points.

You will then have to deduct the activation fee for the $500 Mastercard which Stop & Shop will charge you, which ranges from $5.95-$8.95 depending on the value of the gift card.  Assuming the activation fee is $5.95, this makes this deal a $81.55 Money Maker ($87.50 less the $5.95 activation fee).

I hope you followed this explanation, as I know gas points can be confusing.  If you don’t follow, just ask and we will do our best to make it more clear for you!  We call these gift card deals Money Makers because you can use the $500 Mastercard gift card just like cash – pay bills, get gas, groceries, etc.  So you’re taking money you already have budgeted, transferring it onto a gift card and then using it just like you would have used it before – to pay bills, pay for your groceries, etc. except now you’ve got $81 in FREE gas. Easy, right!?  I hope you think so too!

This deal works in any increment – doesn’t have to be a $500 Mastercard.  You can buy $100 Mastercard Gift Card and earn 1,000 Gas Points ($1.00 off per gallon) and so on.  You will just “make the most money” on buying the largest gift card amount, which in this case is $500.

Here is your deal at Stop & Shop from 2/9-2/20:

Buy 1 Mastercard Gift Card, $500 + $5.95 activation fee
Pay: $505.95
Get: 2,500 Gas Reward Points ($87.50)
$81.55 Money Maker assuming you can fill up with 35 gallons of gas

Be sure to check out the rest of the Stop & Shop Preview Deals for next week!


  • Christina Fowler Clement

    do u have to buy the card at Stop and Shop……..and where can I find a Stop and Shop locator?

    • Leah

      Yes. Stop and Shop is the specific supermarket that uses gas as a promotion for shipping there compared to other stores. You can go to stopandshop.com to locate!

    • dd

      Yes, and you have to use the gas points at a stop and shop station.

      • dd

        Or a shell station, as it says above.

        • Christina Fowler Clement

          where can a find a store locator? is this a convenience stor or grocery?

          • Melinda Dilione

            This is a grocery store. Here’s Stop & Shop store locator – http://www.stopandshop.com/our_stores/locator/store_search.htm. Giant is their sister store and has the same gas reward deals and they’re based out of PA – http://www.giantfoodstores.com/shareddev/storelocator/

            • DianeG

              Thanks Melinda! I never knew that Giant is the sister store to S&S. This information may help out some people I know in PA who could really benefit from this deal.

            • Christina Fowler Clement

              thank u Melinda

            • ruth anne

              OMG…..thanks for this post!!!!!! I never knew that they were the same company. I always thought that having the same “fruit slices” for a logo was too much of a coincidence. We moved 3+ years ago….my closest stores are a big Acme and almost across the street is a big Giant. Where I used to live my stores were Shoprite and Acme. This coupled with Giant not sending out flyers I have not been going there. Some weeks I would just drool over the MM deals at Stop n Shop…..And, here they were about a mile and 1/2 down the road!!!! Making up for lost time…….I got there the last Thursday and got a couple of last week’s 400 point deals and this week got a $500 MasterCard and a couple more 400 deals…….making up for last time…..in less than 1 week I have 4955 gas points!!! Send my husband out to buy a couple more gas cans (-:

          • misterbill

            You know, in the amount of time it took to post that question and wait for a reply, you could have Googled Stop & Shop and gotten the answer for yourself.

            • ueen

              Not everyone is the same. Christina’s comfort level is to ask here. I do not know the entire you and I am sure you have something good in you. But in my personal opinion most of your comments comes out arrogant and condescending. May God give me and all the others that also see it that way a spirit of acceptance of who you are or I pray that God will make you reread your comments before posting them.

              • misterbill

                Sorry you did not like my post. I would think that the “comfort level” to ask a question on a public forum (and risk having people wonder why you posted it) would be much less than what is required to just type a search query in your browser and getting the same answer, much faster. It’s not like she asking a question about how the deal works. My only fault here is writing publicly what many people must have been thinking when they read her 2 posts.

                • Patty

                  …and what ‘I’ am saying publicly that many people must be thinking is that you are a tool. Your sarcastic answers are not at all helpful. go away or stifle yourself if you feel the need to post those kinds of responses.

                  • Mark

                    In total agreement with you!

                  • misterbill

                    I have deleted my posts but my first post was not sarcastic, it merely pointed out that the poster could have gotten the answer faster by looking for it themselves rather than posting and waiting for an answer.

                  • Rejane

                    I second you Patty. When I started couponing, I got so overwhelmed that I almost quit. When I found out about the gas points, I was so excited and had so many people in here helping me to understand the details that I paid forward encouraging others.
                    I’m a believer that “if you don’t have anything good to say, just refrain of saying it”.

                    • misterbill

                      Asking how gas points work is much different than asking what Stop and Shop is and if there is a store locator. I agree that gas points are confusing for folks who have not dealt with them before.

                    • Christina Fowler Clement

                      not everyone is as computer literate as u mr bill I understand the fuel points system I just couldn’t find the locator and didn’t even know what kind of store it was, come to find out there are none in my area

              • Christina Fowler Clement

                Thankyou ueen

          • http://livingrichwithcoupons.com/ Cindy Livesey

            Christina, you find the store locator here http://www.stopandshop.com/our_stores/locator/store_search.htm

            Hope that helps. :)

            • Christina Fowler Clement

              thanks

    • MicheleAna

      you have to use your stop n shop card to purchase the gift card first then go to a shell gas station and give them your stop n shop card first and fill up. u will only get a maximum of $2.20 off at the end of your fill up once the gas attendant puts the pump back so my station right now had regular at $3.21 per gallon for cash so after my truck fills up i usually put upto 10 more gallons in gas cans for later or the smaller car my daughter drives. so end result is i pay $1.01 per gallon for 35 gallons…yay! more money left in the budget. my health care cost alone is 2 $500 mastercards.

      • MicheleAna

        oh , u can do this as many times as you want but points expire in a month from date of earning them. points will stay and continue to accumulate until used or thirty days r up.

        • sherri33

          My problem is my car has a small tank, so if I fill up, I feel like I am loosing points “per fill” And our refillable gas tanks are AWFUL to try to pour into a car.. anyone know of better nozzles for them?

          • ueen

            Try using siphon to transfer gas.

  • soyqbana

    Is there a limit of 1 per card?

    • ueen

      I havent seen the ad so this response is based on prior experience. There is no limit per card but do tale note that gas points expire in 1 month.

  • Susan

    How do you fit 35 gallons of gas in your car. I don’t think my car takes more than 20 gallons and that’s when its completely empty.

    • ueen

      My experience: I invest on gas cans to maximize the 35 gal. Make sure you verify with the gas attendant if they’ll allow the use of gas cans

      • DianeG

        ueen, ‘still a little apprehensive about this deal for myself, so maybe you can help. I’m not a regular S&S shopper, a few good deals here and there. ‘Went to the local Shell Station and they will do two cars and gas cans, so I could do the maximum deal. I’m willing to buy the gas cans if I could judge how this work out over time by just doing the gift cards. Because I don’t think I could ever earn enough on purchases to justify the much higher prices at S&S.
        About how many times a year do they have the gas points with the gift card option? Do they keep changing the gas points rules to keep reducing the actual value? (like ShopRite keeps raising the number of dollars you need to spend to get the free turkey) ‘Any thoughts are appreciated. Thanks

        • ueen

          Hi DianeG – if my memory serves me right, they had a gift card deal in the last quarter of last year as well. I want to search on lrwc postings to give you the accurate count later. Or maybe our ever helping Cindy and team can check their last year’s archive for the data?

          Just like you, I was apprehensive about the points accumulation in general, but it turns out to be just apprehensions. Every week they have a gas rewards section (ie buy 6 get 400 points, buy 7 get 400 points, buy 5 get 400 points) in their flyer. Cindy and her team diligently posts the deal ideas early in the week so we can prepare. If there are deals that will require me to pay a high OOP, I pass on them. High OOP to me is $6 and up. (This is subjective). If there are deals that will require me to pay a low OOp (5.99 and below) I order extra coupons from clipping service so I can do at least 6 deals (2400 points). Prices normally start at .8/coupon.
          As I said, the determination of high and low oop is subjective. Thats my number bec of the amount of stockpile I have. As Cindy puts it, its a great feeling to be able to control when and when not to buy.
          Actually if your OOP is $14 for 400 points you are at break even. (.40×35) (especially that you found a Shell Station that allows you 35 gal.) As Rejane puts it, ” I do not mind the $14 OoP coz I get gas anyway. I get free food/stuff that I can enjoy and donate plus I still get my free gas.”

          Your apprehensions are realistic but you are in good company. Cindy and team makes it certain to alert us ahead of time of the gas deals. In no time you will tell yourself, why did I wait this long to do the gas deal :)

          Take care – Ueen

          • DianeG

            You’re a sweetheart Ueen! My feeling (without doing the math) was that it would be worth buying the cans if I could the max gift card/gas points three or four times a year. Now, if I could find a way to make this a regular thing so I could get 35 gallons once a month, that would be HUGE savings for me. I’ll have to look back at some S&S weekly posts. Today is good day to do it with the snowstorm swirling outside. Sounds promising……
            As for paying for a clipping service, I did that several years ago and it was a total waste. I lost money due to lack of stock, incorrect descriptions not matching what was on sale, and not getting them in time. But I know that I lose out on a lot of straight MM’s, etc… because I don’t buy from the clipping services. I think I’d be willing to try it again if I could save on gas. (strong motivator!)
            Thanks for taking the time to write the details. It’s good to have these discussions, to go through the details, as it can help us find what will work for us. I will admit that I never did gift cards until last fall, when someone wrote that they used them to pay bills. Now I know which bills I can pay using GC’s and would not hesitate to do a GC deal. I think I got more of a profit from the SR and A&P GC deals then the rest of the year’s savings, but I don’t track the way most of you do. I probably should start doing that too… Thanks again !
            Has this ever come up – can you use these discounts on diesel ? just curious -

          • DianeG

            Hi Ueen, Ok -ok – ok – now I am a gas point convert ! I got all the details set and got the first fill ups today. – Happy Dance!!! – It was a thrill to watch the price go from $118 dollars to $42 dollars. Yes, I invested in gas cans too. The fill up was quick and easy, no problems. Of course, I have a spread sheet to track expiration’s, etc… but if my gas point deal research and usage assumptions stay constant, this will be a significant savings tool. *** Many thanks to Ueen, Rejane, Cindy, Melinda and everyone else who answered questions – Thank you, Thank you, Thank you

            • ueen

              Woooooot. When you get a chance register your SS card on their website and you would be able to keep track of your points. Excel spreadsheet gas points tracking tool will soon be a thing in the past for you.

              • DianeG

                Ueen, I know – I am just so psyched for gas points now!!!

                • ueen

                  Very glad to hear that. You are super duper def in…… Lol

            • Rejane

              Yay! Welcome to the club! :-)
              As far as tracking the points, as Ueen said, you can track them online on SS website. Also, if you have a smartphone, you can download SS app and have access to the points/expiration anytime you need.

        • Rejane

          DianeG, if you decide to buy gas can and if you have Target by you, check theirs. I bought some there cheaper than Home Depot and Auto Parts stores. I don’t recall the price exactly but the Target online says $12.99 for the 5 gallons. Home Depot is $18.98. Also, if you have the Target card, you will have an extra 5% off.

          • DianeG

            Rejane, Thanks for the tips. Yes, I have a Target close by – ‘will check it out.

    • Deena

      Trucks often have tanks that big. Many people take more than one car or use gas cans to make sure they get the full amount.

  • Harry

    I’m new to gas points and I’m not sure I understood the gas points especially because a lot of times the 35 gallons keep coming up. I just want check if this likely common scenario will work out:
    My car takes 10 gallons in a tank. I usually fill up about 8.75 gallons once a week. So can I now fill up the 8.75 gallons (@3.25 list credit price at the Shell near me, less the gas points discount of 2.20 or $9.19 for the fill) once a week for the next 4 weeks before the month is over and that way use up the gas points that I have earned from this transaction (or is there a need to do 35 gallons in one fill)? I am assuming in this scenario, I wont need to use any gas cans or a second car. Or is there something I am missing? Thanks in advance.

    • Rejane

      Harry, it does need to be the 35 gallons in one fill. If your Shell Station accepts (check with them), you can use two cars and also use gas cans for the balance. This is what I do. HTH!

    • MicheleAna

      Harry, this will not benefit you based on less then ten gallon. Once your stop n shop card is swiped at the shell station it automatically will take the highest amount of points possible, for ex. if you have 2500 points from the gift card deal it will use 2200 ($2.20) which is the most you may redeem at one time regardless of how many gallons you have purchased. 35 gallons is the most you can deduct $2.20 per gallon from. The additional 300 points will come off at the next fill.

      • misterbill

        It actually could benefit him, but not nearly as much as for other people. 9 gallons times $2.20 saving is still almost $20 vs a $5.95 cost of the gift card.

  • Mary

    My gas stations encourage us to get 35 gallons. Usually I fill up my vehicle and then my husbands. Also, those that are new and wondering where this store is. In Maryland it is called Giant.

    • sherri33

      Our store in Ct wont let us do that.. I wish they would. Wonder if cooperate would allow it, as way of getting around the manager on duty.

      • misterbill

        Have you tried it at a Shell station instead? I assume the points are still valid at Shell stations even if there is a S&S gas station nearby.

  • Anastasiya

    hi! I don’t see this deal in my weekly ad (Long Island, NY)… what the page?

    *You can buy $100 Mastercard Gift Card and earn 1,000 Gas Points ($1.00 off per gallon) and so on.* Sorry, but $100 it’s only 500 GP or $0,5 off per gallon))))

    • misterbill

      I just found it on page 7 of the Woodbury ad. I can’t read the fine print so I don’t know about a limit. Is what you’re quoting a limit, or an example?

      • annastas-i-ya

        Thanks a lot)))! I found)))!!!

  • misterbill

    Just noticed that this is a 2 week deal. That’s great!

  • Suzanne

    I’mhaving a hard time finding a 500.00 gift card. The stop and shops by me only had 100.00 cards and @5.95 activation fee per card it would have been over 25.00 in activation fees. Any ideas?

    • Melinda Dilione

      My experience is that most of the Mastercard gift cards sold at stores have the option for you to load anywhere from $25-$500 on the gift card. You just tell the cashier how much you’d like added to the card. I would look around more for these types of cards or ask customer service because they’re pretty common to have in stores.

      • Rejane

        Melinda, actually there are some MasterCard gift cards that the amount is set – you can’t pick and choose how much you want to put in it. But yes, there is also another variety that give you the option to load from $25-$500.
        Suzanne, usually the SS have an stand for GC. If you don’t find the one that you can load up to $500 in there, please check closer to the cashiers. I saw some at my SS earlier today in that area.

        • Melinda Dilione

          Yes, I’ve seen set amounts – $25, $50, $100 etc but was just pointing out that you should be able to find certain cards that allow you to determine the amount. Sorry if I wasn’t clear but thanks for clearing that up Rejane :)

          • Rejane

            Sorry Melinda. I think I might have misunderstood you then. :-)

          • Suzanne

            I found a stop and shop that has the $25 to $500! Thanks everyone!I actually did the full amount, and paid $1.49 per gallon of gas for the savings of $88. I filled two cars and a 5 gallon gas can. What a great deal!

            • DianeG

              Good going Suzanne ! It IS an amazing deal. I’ve looked at other many other gas rewards programs and nothing comes close. This deal is exceptional – 5X the points

  • Mary

    Anyone know if you could use the card to buy a new card?

    • Rejane

      Mary, yes you can. It is called “rolling the card”. I did it today! :-) HTH!

      • Mary

        Awesome thanks!!!!

        • Rejane

          You are most welcome! Just keep an eye on the expiration date of your points.

          • Mary

            Thanks! I drive 30 miles one way to work so I am filling up every week. And my husband drives all day at work, we will use them for sure!

            • Rejane

              So rolling the GC is really an awesome deal for you. :-)

              • Mary

                Oh yeah!!!! When using one card to pay for the other did you do it as credit?

                • Rejane

                  Yes. Then, when it asks you for the PIN# you just push the red bottom on the machine (I think the red bottom is for cancel). Then it will ask if amount of $505.95 is correct, you press “yes” and then you pay for the balance of $5.95, since your card has “only” $500. :-)

      • Ruby

        Rejane would you mind sharing what card and the amount you purchased. I am wondering if you get the points each time you get the card. I haven’t worked out the math but my tank is small, so I am trying to work of the numbers. In my area, only one car is allowed to be used with the points, bummer.

        • Rejane

          Ruby, I bought the Master Card that allows you to put any amount between $25-$500. I did buy $500, paid $505.95 for it. No matter the amount you put in the GC, you will pay the flat fee of $5.95 so better deal if you can go with the $500. So I went there just for the GC and on the receipt it shows “points earned during this visit” = 2500 (as this post says, until the 2/20 you get 5X the amount you buy on selected gift cards, so 5 x 500 = 2500).
          So say your car takes only 12 gallons and the gas in your area is $3.25 gallon. If you don’t use points, you would be paying $39 to fill your tank. With the points (they take 2200 every time you use it, no matter if you are getting 12 or 35 gallons), say you have the max discount which is $2.20. So you will be paying total of $18.55 to fill your tank ($3.25 – 2.20 = 1.05 per gallon x 12 gallons = 12.60 + 5.95 cost of GC = 18.55).
          In the end, you are still saving $20.45 ($39 – 18.55).
          Hope my math is right and I was able to answer your question. If not, right back to me.
          On another note, did you check different Shell stations in your area? I am asking because I have one by my house that accepts 2+ cars and gas can but the one by my office doesn’t.

          • Harry

            thanks for this detailed explanation/calculation. I was “sitting out” of gas points because of the smaller capacity gas tank on my car as well as the hassle of doing 2 cars/cans, but based on your calculations I think it would still make sense if the fill is not at the max of 35 gallons, though not as much of a MM as when only 9 gallons are filled.

            Also, I compare the gas price to the Costco gas stations at which I regularly fill and which are usually cheaper by about 0.20 cents per gallon as compared to Shell. But based on your calculations, I thik the gas points beat out even the Costco price. 9 gallonsx3.07 at Costco= 27.63, versus (9×1.05 + 5.95) = 15.40 at Shell.

            Please correct me if the above is incorrect. Thanks.

            • Rejane

              Hi Harry. Yes, you thinking/calculation is correct. To be worth to buy at Costco x Shell with points, gas at Costco would need to be $1.71 a gallon (1.71 x 9 = 15.40).

          • Ruby

            Thank you Rejane, it is very kind of you to take the time to answer my post. I am sure it is helping more than one person. I did not know that you could also get the S&S discount at the Shell station. I will have to check that out in my area. Have a great day!

            • Rejane

              You are so welcome and I am just paying forward. I don’t recall if someone specifically inspired me on the gas points deal but I had a lot of support from a lot of readers in here. LRWC team and readers are awesome helping us to understand the details of any deal, which is overwhelming (I’ve been there) when you start couponing/don’t know the specifics.
              I know for a fact that I inspired at least one person and she is hooked to the SS gas deal. I wish I could do the same for others and hope I am with my posts. I feel good sharing my knowledge. Knowledge is power! I try to spread the word with friends but you can’t teach anything that one doesn’t want to and that’s why someone posts in here the questions, showing interest, I feel so excited trying to help.
              Take care!!

        • ueen

          Ruby – though you posted your question to Rejane, allow me to share ny experience with you. I rolled my $500 worth mastercard into another $500 worth mastercard. You will get the gas points everytime you purchase the mastercard. (As long as it is done within the promotion period)

          • Rejane

            Ueen, you are such a helper! Please feel free to always comment on the post that are directed to me. It is all about sharing our experience and inspiring others.
            By the way, I almost did the same earlier answering Diane G on a question for you. LOL

            • ueen

              That is our motto, “Paying it forward”.

              • Rejane

                You are so right about it! :-)

          • Ruby

            Thanks a bunch Ueen!!! You are always so knowledgeable. : )

  • DianeG

    Does anyone know if the gas points work for diesel?

    • misterbill

      It should work on any gas purchase. I don’t think anyone has reported it not working on specific types of gas.

    • Joy

      Diane G,
      I’m wondering that too but not for a vehicle. With the ridiculous prices for heating oil and extra cold winter, trying to figure out an economical way to transport 35 galllons of diesel home. I believe the major diff between #2 heating oil and diesel is the dye (and the tax;-) the gist is, you can use diesel for heating oil but shouldn’t (by law) use heating oil for diesel for your car.
      here is a link on the topic if you were thinking of doing this too:

      http://www.hackettstownlife.com/forum/403446

      in my neck of the woods, Shell diesel is $4.03 gal minus ‘my max’ $2.20 S&S discount (IF ALLOWED on diesel) =$1.83/gal x 35 gal= $64.05
      my local heating oil company is $3.86/gal, 150 min. Apples to apples, if I bought 35 gal x 3.86= $135.10 plus $45 charge for less than 150 gal =$180 for 35 gallons!

      I would appreciate any non-snarky comments on this.

  • sara

    is it every stop and shop or is it store specific because the costumer service lady at my stop and shop had no idea what I was talking about. does anyone have that original ad?

    • DianeG

      Sara, I think this deal is at all S&S stores. The CS may not know about it or understand it for some reason, don’t let that stop you! Go to the Stop & Shop website, get the store location you are looking for and check their circular. The 5X gas points ad for buying selected gift cards is on page 7 of 15 of the circular. The ad is in the current online circular and the paper circulars. Remember the offer to buy the gift card expires at end of day, Thursday, 2/20.
      Just a note – I went to buy a gift card today and found out my local S&S will only accept cash for purchasing gift cards. Every store is different in that aspect – hth

      • honey

        I have 4,000 gas points in my S&S card. If I use 2,200 points to fill up to 35 gallons of gas, does the balance in my stays in my card until I use it again the next time I fill up my tank? I know they expire in 30 days . Thanks

        • ueen

          Yes.

    • misterbill

      I think you’ll find that most grocery employees have no idea about stuff that is discussed here. When I did this deal the first time a couple of months ago, a front end supervisor told me that I would not earn gas points on gift card purchases. She was rather surprised to see that I ended up with 2500 points. As Dianne said, it should be in your circular, and if your store is like mine the last time, there should be a sign at the gift card display (I haven’t checked yet since I have been on vacation for the past week).

  • Bridget Rothe

    Can i get this deal more than one time on one stop and shop card?

    • DianeG

      YES – but act fast, this deal ends at end of day Thursday 2/20.

  • DianeG

    Joy, -no snark- I was asking about diesel for someone I know who has a new “clean diesel”. But I thought about the heating oil use too for a few minutes and then did a little research. Everything I read said that you CANNOT use the new ultra low sulfur diesel for heating oil. They used to be interchangeable. I think people are still under that impression. I confirmed this my oil burner repair person, who does NOT sell oil to me, and he said – no ! And I asked the friend who has the new diesel car, who is also a mechanic, and he said no as well.
    But your link brings up an interesting point though, off road diesel. I kind of doubt it’s in the gas points program, but it worth a little investigation. They do sell yellow cans for diesel transport.
    And – yes – I heat with oil – ‘ really tough year – ugh

  • misterbill

    It took visits to 4 stores, but I finally found the variable value cards at one S&S tonight. Got two for 5000 gas points.










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