GetGo Gives Indiana Customers 10-Cent Fuel Discount

The discount runs through January 8, and AdvantagePAY members will get up to 40 cents off per gallon.

November 21, 2022

PITTSBURGH—GetGo announced a fuel discount sale at all its Indiana locations effective November 21, 2022, through January 8, 2023. All customers who scan their Advantage Card or myPerks card at the pump will get a 10-cents-per-gallon discount on their entire fuel purchase. The discount also adds to the already-discounted AdvantagePAY price, and AdvantagePAY members will get up to 40 cents off per gallon.

“We’re excited to offer this discount to our guests this holiday season,” said Brandon Daniels, public relations manager for GetGo. “In what is sure to be a busy time of travel to and from celebrations and family gatherings, GetGo is proud to play a role in the festivities by both providing more affordable fuel and those last-minute convenience items. We want to make sure our guests have everything they need for those perfect family gatherings at a great price.”

The discount is valid on all grades of gasoline, non-ethanol REC-90 and diesel. Customers must have an Advantage Card or myPerks account to qualify for the discount, and enrollment in the program is free.

Pilot Flying J recently announced it is extending its 10-cent gas discount through December 31. Guests can save 10 cents on every gallon of gas by stopping at any participating Pilot or Flying J travel center and scanning or entering their myRewards Plus number at the pump.

Last month, Wawa launched its “Fueling Good” initiative which extends its Wawa App fuel discount program through November 30. The fuel discount is 15 cents off per gallon, and customers must purchase fuel through the app. Wawa is also providing new opportunities for 100 customers to win Free Fuel for a Year at participating locations and select store events with free giveaways and support to the local community.

This Thanksgiving holiday, 54.6 million Americans are planning to travel 50 miles or more away from their homes, according to AAA, and most travelers will reach their destinations by car, which is similar to last year. Nearly 49 million people are expected to drive, and while Thanksgiving road trips have slightly risen—up 0.4% from 2021—car travel remains 2.5% below 2019 levels.