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We used to purchase our fuel only from Shell, but now are not too fussed about where we fuel up. We do, however, make a point of avoiding 7 Eleven.

Is there a particular service station you prefer over others, or, like us, do you not care too much about where you fuel up?


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I typically go for whatever is cheapest. The cost of gas is getting too insane for me to do otherwise. It's currently sitting at $1.43 a liter. If all the prices are equal, then I'll usually stop at Shell or Petro-Canada as both have decent reward programs.
I tend to forget, and I then panic!!
The one that is close to my panic-attack will do.
We use Sainsbury's petrol station after we go shopping.
I prefer BP because the fuel seems to make my car run better. If I can't find one and I'm running low, I'll buy whatever is closest.
I do not like the coles and Woolworths ones as I do not agree with them getting into businesses like this, however I AM currently using them as trialing a more expensive petrol in my car.

Generally, it is only about $1.20 I save, and I would rather pay the extra and go to an independent one like Gull or other small ones.
by Finy
7-Eleven - I agree. Chocolate, soup, ice creams, hot dogs, pies and fruit too...easy - just pay pass on the plastic.
7-Eleven - I agree. Chocolate, soup, ice creams, hot dogs, pies and fruit too...easy - just pay pass on the plastic.
So sorry - not sure why my answer appeared twice.
Most United or Coles (Shell) stations..the cost generally determines and these 2 places are winners.
En route to Geelong however I like the BP place because they have some good food outlets and people selling fruits/other small items at nominal costs. We usually stop there for breakfast/brunch + fruits before we carry on to Geelong/beyond for long drives.
Caltex as not only can you get discount prices you csn also get Myer reward points at the same time
Great answer! I had forgotten all about that. We don't have a local Caltex, otherwise I'd be there every fortnight.
by Vee
I stick with Coles Express as I generally have a 4cents off voucehr
Local Woolies Caltex.

Get QF FF points each litre, & Myer One.
Have to go past from S/C, so no out-of-the-way drive to it.
Prices are as good as it gets, on average.

For me, what's not to like?
Oh yes! Myer One!
by Vee
Which ever one within 3-5ks of where we live, that has the cheapest petrol.
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