To Save Money at the Gas Pump, Pay Cash

Filling stations are offering a 6¢-a-gallon discount for cash customers, to incentivize the use of cash, cutting back on hefty credit-card fees

Starting in July, motorists who drive into many of the 180 Flash Foods service stations in Georgia and Florida might be caught off guard. Instead of seeing signs displaying the price of regular, midgrade, and premium fuels, they will notice only two prices: "unleaded credit" and "unleaded cash." The cash price will be 6¢ cheaper than the credit option.

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