Walmart to Help Drivers Save 10 Cents per Gallon on Gas

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As gas prices climb, Walmart is easing the sting by offering its customers up to 10 cents off per gallon at more than 14,000 gas stations across the country.

Beginning immediately, members of Walmart+ — a paid subscription service that resembles Amazon Prime — will save 10 cents per gallon at 12,000 participating Exxon and Mobil locations. Those who fuel up at thousands of Walmart and Murphy’s stations will save between 5 cents and 10 cents per gallon.

Walmart says “member pricing” also is available at more than 500 Sam’s Club locations.

Walmart says the addition of 12,000 Exxon and Mobil stations means there is a more than sixfold increase in the number of fuel locations where Walmart+ members can earn the gas discount.

Other perks associated with Walmart+ include:

  • Free grocery deliveries from Walmart stores
  • Free shipping on with no order minimum
  • Scan & Go contactless checkout and more.
  • Six months of free Spotify Premium

The most expensive places for gas

As American drivers are well-aware, gas prices have shot up over the past year or so from coast to coast. Although prices recently began to edge lower, they are now on the rise once again.

But as expensive as fuel is here in the U.S., it is much worse in other parts of the world. In some countries, costs are nearly double what U.S. drivers pay.

To find out where drivers pay the most — and least — check out “The Cheapest and Most Expensive Places on Earth to Gas Up.”

Looking for more ways to cut your fuel costs? Check out “7 Smart Ways to Save Money at the Gas Pump.”

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