Sunday, May 7, 2006

Pre-Buying Gasoline Saves Money

First Fuel Banks bills itself as the only retailer in the country where customers can buy gasoline for the future and hedge against rising prices. It advertises no service charge and no storage charge, just a $1 lifetime membership fee
(from The Associated Press, via AOL News). Meaning, if one had bought a few hundred gallons a few years ago for less than a dollar or two a gallon, one would not be paying around$2.90 a gallon now, the US average price today (from Money, Cash, Funds - personal finance ideas).

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