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Gas Spending

Im sure someone has posted something like this before but of the two:

 

  • 5% cash back on gas
  • 15 cents off per gallon

Which would you be using?

 

Thanks for your input. :cathappy:

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Re: Gas Spending

I haven't seen any offer like that, but chase AARP cc has 3% on gas and restaurants year round! Also you can transfer the point to chase ultimate rewards to use with CSP

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It depends on how much gas cost.  If you are paying $3 per gallon, 5% off = 15 cents.  So it is a wash.   Pay more than $3 per gallon, the 5% is better.  

 

Same math works for places that charge less for cash vs. credit.

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CreditDunce wrote:

 

It depends on how much gas cost.  If you are paying $3 per gallon, 5% off = 15 cents.  So it is a wash.   Pay more than $3 per gallon, the 5% is better.  

 

Same math works for places that charge less for cash vs. credit.


+1. also, super jealous of anyone who's paying $3 per gallon. About $4.50 here in california :\

      
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CreditDunce wrote:

 

It depends on how much gas cost.  If you are paying $3 per gallon, 5% off = 15 cents.  So it is a wash.   Pay more than $3 per gallon, the 5% is better.  

 

Same math works for places that charge less for cash vs. credit.


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milkshakes wrote:

CreditDunce wrote:

 

It depends on how much gas cost.  If you are paying $3 per gallon, 5% off = 15 cents.  So it is a wash.   Pay more than $3 per gallon, the 5% is better.  

 

Same math works for places that charge less for cash vs. credit.


+1. also, super jealous of anyone who's paying $3 per gallon. About $4.50 here in california :\


:smileysurprised: WOW! I thought we had it bad here in North Dakota. I just paid $3.38/Gallon.






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14Fiesta wrote:

milkshakes wrote:

CreditDunce wrote:

 

It depends on how much gas cost.  If you are paying $3 per gallon, 5% off = 15 cents.  So it is a wash.   Pay more than $3 per gallon, the 5% is better.  

 

Same math works for places that charge less for cash vs. credit.


+1. also, super jealous of anyone who's paying $3 per gallon. About $4.50 here in california :\


:smileysurprised: WOW! I thought we had it bad here in North Dakota. I just paid $3.38/Gallon.


I just paid 4.03 a gallon here. I don't even remember what 3 dollar a gallon is like



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mongstradamus wrote:

14Fiesta wrote:

milkshakes wrote:

CreditDunce wrote:

 

It depends on how much gas cost.  If you are paying $3 per gallon, 5% off = 15 cents.  So it is a wash.   Pay more than $3 per gallon, the 5% is better.  

 

Same math works for places that charge less for cash vs. credit.


+1. also, super jealous of anyone who's paying $3 per gallon. About $4.50 here in california :\


:smileysurprised: WOW! I thought we had it bad here in North Dakota. I just paid $3.38/Gallon.


I just paid 4.03 a gallon here. I don't even remember what 3 dollar a gallon is like


Yea I learned this hard lesson, never drive to Los Angeles without filling up... First station I could find was a Chevron... a whopping $5.22 a Gal




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kfyoung wrote:

Im sure someone has posted something like this before but of the two:

 

  • 5% cash back on gas
  • 15 cents off per gallon

 


You don't have to rely on a posting.  Do the math.  X represents price per gallon.  Compare:

 

X * 0.95

 

versus

 

X - 0.15

 

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Re: Gas Spending

Thanks guys. My math skills were not on par when I posted this the other day haha. Thanks for breaking it down for me!
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