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by masrod  Apr 14, 2016

I don't know how that happened. When hubby & I are going somewhere, I post prices.

by ICSue  Apr 12, 2016

Hi Jarol. As we discussed a bit last year, there are inconsistencies in how people report Regular/Mid-grade prices. GasBuddy is pretty clear when they say on the website "GasBuddy currently offers the ability to view/report prices for the three main grades of gasoline; Regular (85-87 Octane), Mid-Grade (89 Octane), Premium (91-93 Octane) and Diesel." If one googles this sentence, it will show the webpage that says this. This is what you told me last year. Just based on this, I will continue to report by octane level, unless someone can direct me to a GasBuddy page that describes an updated policy. It isn't a big deal to me, I just want to be doing it right. Thanks for all your work here!

by 1970Cuda  Feb 07, 2016

Hello Jarol, I finally heard back from GasBuddy. This is what they said. " On GasBuddy, "Regular" is regarded as no-ethanol, and "Midgrade" is regarded as E-10. This would mean, when reporting prices, Mid is virtually always less expensive than Reg in Iowa.". This tells me that regular gas (E0) is entered into the REGULAR category and E-10 is entered into the MIDGRADE category. This information is also on the web site. This also tells me that Gasbuddy is looking at ethanol content and not octane.

by masrod  Jan 06, 2016

Thanks Jarol :)

by masrod  Nov 15, 2015

Exciting!! I really look forward to game day with our kids & grandkids!! (We all go to our daughter's house in NL to watch on their big screen :)

by DABEE1073  Nov 03, 2015

Way to go! Congratulations on hitting 2500 consecutive days. Want to be Buddies?

by lgppa  Nov 03, 2015

A BIG CONGRATS on reaching 2,500 consecutive days, can you believe, every day for 6 years and 310 days! Wow, another milestone has arrived! : ) You have worked too hard to give up now, it's not time to retire yet! Using the GasBuddy app really helps GasBuddies to post everyday, which is the smart way to keep up with GasBuddy nowadays, as you have been doing, and earning 8,000+ extra points each week, and retaining your consecutive days! WARNING! Every day GBs lose their consecutive days, many with big numbers, the #1 reason, oops, I just forgot! :( It's sad to see many of my buddies start all over after many years of hard work! Hang onto those hard earned consecutive days as I track your progress to the next milestone at 3,000 days! Thanks buddy for your 8+ years of dedication here in GasBuddyLand! Have a nice week! Ron

by masrod  Oct 16, 2015

That would be awesome!!

by masrod  Oct 14, 2015

Thank you :)

by 1970Cuda  Oct 04, 2015

Okay. I was in the Iowa City area with my business partner for a few days. I put in some gas prices but only enough to complete the daily challenges.

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