Running on fumes thanks to Price Chopper
I don't think I'd ever bought Sunoco before Price Chopper started offering a dime off the price of gas for every $50 spent at the supermarket. I felt a twinge of guilt at dropping Mobil, but I got over it when my fill-up was cut by 90 cents a gallon. And I never spend more at Price Chopper than I would ordinarily, because I ordinarily spend a ridiculous amount on groceries (and then wonder why I only have food for two dinners).
The only downside is that I now play chicken with my gas gauge. Twice coming home from Albany I've had to get off the Northway before Saratoga Springs and coast to a Sunoco. The cents-off gets used up on a single fill-up, so I want that E as low as it can go. I know I'm not the only one doing this, but I won't embarrass anyone by naming names.