October 15, 2011

Are you taking advantage of your Fuel AdvantEdge?

If you aren't using the Fuel AdvantEdge Discount from Price Chopper you are just throwing money out the door.  I recently just started using the Fuel AdvantEdge Discount and I was surprised how easy it was to get $.30 off a gallon of gas.  I should have been using it a long time ago but I didn't want to take the time to learn how it worked.  When I heard a friend say she saved $.30 off a gallon of gas from using her Price Chopper card I finally wanted to learn more.

Here is how it works:

For every $50 you spend at Price Chopper, you'll earn $.10 off per gallon Fuel AdvantEdge Discount.

You discounts add up with every visit.  Every time you reach a $50 spending level at any participating Price Chopper using your AdvantEdge card, you earn $.10 off every gallon of gas on your next fill-up at participating Sunoco Stations.  There is no limit to the discounts you can earn!

Price Chopper tracks your savings.  There are no coupons to clip or receipts to save.  You can pay with cash or with any credit card accepted at the pump.  To redeem your discount, all you need is your AdvantEdge card. 

You don't need to spend $50 all at once.  Just look at the bottom of your receipt each time you shop for your current total, the discount you earned for your shopping trip, and the date before which any soon-to-expire discounts should be used.

Once you are ready to redeem, just use your AdvantEdge card at the pump and watch the prices roll back before your eyes!  Your savings are good for a single fill-up of up to 20 gallons at any participating Sunoco.

It is very easy to use.  If you are paying with cash, you have to take your AdvantEdge card into the store before you pump and they will enter the discount for you.

If you are a Price Chopper shopper make sure you use the Fuel AdvantEdge and save money on your next fuel purchase.  Weis Market also offers fuel discounts.  Don't let the discounts expire.  Use them before your loose them!

If you don't have a AdvantEdge card, you may want to think about getting one.


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