Mogul of Pineapples
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DoingHomework wrote: People still widely use gas company cards for gas and cash/checks for groceries. By offering incentives they get more market share.
I know that's how it used to be not too long ago, but wouldn't you say card payments have pretty much saturated grocery purchases? I can't even tell you the last time I saw someone pay with a check for their groceries. It seems that debit and credit cards have saturated grocery and gas pretty well. But I suppose it may be different in some other parts of the country?
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