Will high gas prices cause lower gas rewards?

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Postby jerigan » Mon May 09, 2011 12:46 pm

I don't appreciate your snide remarks insulting my education and have reported your post to the moderator. If you had an education you would know the reason for higher oil prices is because of the falling dollar and that is Obama's fault.

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Postby AlessandraJ » Thu May 12, 2011 11:47 pm

I heard a news that tackles about gas prices. The experts predicts that gas prices will fall during summer season.They also said that the average United States gasoline price hovered around the $4 mark last week, however experts predict relief by summer, reports North Carolina's High Country Radio network. Soon, gasoline costs will fall, which would appear to make sense in light of the current 15-percent decreased in the cost per barrel of crude oil. Once prices begin to fall, some believe it can be a slow, steady slide.

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Postby Mogul of Pineapples » Mon May 16, 2011 11:00 pm

They also said that the average United States gasoline price hovered around the $4 mark last week,

The national average peaked at $3.96 earlier this month, which is only 15 or 16 cents shy of the national average reached during Summer '08. Crazy being that oil was over $30 cheaper this time around.
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Postby citizensoldier » Sun May 29, 2011 3:18 pm

Does anyone else ever feel bamboozled by gas cards? Since being an adult there have been two that I have applied for only to have the rewards reduced not long after. That's not fair and there should be a law that a 6 or 12 month notice has to be given before a rewards program is reduced for current account holders. If that can be done for interest rates why should it not be done for rewards too.

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