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Walmart gasoline? Maybe in the future

January 23, 2014

A firm representing Wal-Mart has submitted a plan for a fueling station at Warren Commons....

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warrenpausa

Jan-29-14 9:59 AM

This has nothing to do with Wal-Mart selling gasoline.

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Lifelongresident

Jan-23-14 10:35 AM

This is how I think Walmart pricing will work. (They are more than likely still going to get their gas from United, but not sure)

Regular pricing will be at our above normal county pricing. However you will get discounts on your gas based on other Walmart purchases. Much like the model being used at Bi-Lo.

I don't think the Walmart gas is going to cause all pricing to be reduced in the county, as some are hoping.

I could be wrong, but that's my hunch.

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Frugaltaxpayer

Jan-23-14 9:30 AM

The price in Erie is 18 to 20 cents cheaper than Warren (Route 97 and I-90 Country Fair without prepay discount). Prices dropped, now they are same old same old.

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hammer

Jan-23-14 8:50 AM

Maybe this will lower our gasoline prices. When the Sheets station opened we had the same prices as Erie Pa, even lower a few times. The completion between Sheets and United lower our prices. ( I know sheets gets it gasoline from United) But I think some deal was struck between the two because the gas war has stopped. Walmart could blow away the two. Maybe with Walmart selling gasoline completion would resume. Warren county should have lower price considering our relative location to the refinery.

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