by Grand Forks Herald
November 21, 2011 at 4:39 pm in Grand Forks Herald
Thanksgiving travelers will get a break at the gas pump, but only if they look back to last month instead of last year. Continue Reading
Tags: gas, gas prices, GF and EGF, holiday prices, nd 3 Comments »
What’s funny is gas in Grand Forks, ND is way over priced… Hum!!! I wonder why? Anyone, anyone?
On my way to Bemidji on Saturday, gas was 3.27 in Crookston, MN, 3.21 in McIntosh, 3.27 in Erskine, MN.
In fact Gas was 3.28 in Bemidji even at the Simonson store.
In Foston at the L.O.C. which also has a station on Gateway Drive have gas prices that are 3.28 a gallon as well.
Why is it that Grand Forks has gas prices that are so much more expensive than the rest of the area around us? Anyone? There has to be a common demoniator and it appears that one controlling the prices in Grand Forks, has no control over the prices in Bemidji.
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Well, here is what I do as often as I can! I will find a reason to drive to Fargo, Fill my car in fargo for a savings of maybe $5, not a large savings, but a savings! Than I will go to one of the restaurants in Fargo that we dont have in Grand Forks, spend $50 or so on food and beverages, leave the $5 savings for a tip and a little extra. This may sound foolish, but what I am trying to say, is that the price of Gas in Grand forks not only hurts us as residents in the pocketbook when we buy here, but when we go out of town we also take our money with us! I hope the restaurants and stores in Grand Forks read this and take note!! I only buy gas in Grand Forks and will go to Hugos for my candy bar and soda before I will buy it from a gas station!!! I wont give any station in town any business other than Gas!
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The Price of gas dropped 10 cents today but it’s still higher than Fargo.
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