Several c-stores have announced holiday deals to celebrate Thanksgiving, as well as special Black Friday Deals for customers to enjoy.
Sheetz is helping travelers all Thanksgiving week with a fuel discount. At many of its locations, the retailer is reducing the price of its Unleaded 88, otherwise known as E15, to $1.99 per gallon through Monday, November 27.
The deal is available at Sheetz locations that carry the fuel grade in Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.
To celebrate the holiday, Circle K hosted a fuel day pop-up on November 21 and offered up to 40 cents off per gallon. The deal was available at Circle K locations across Washington, Oregon and California.
“Just in time for Thanksgiving get-togethers and road trips, we’re pleased to offer this Fuel Day ‘Pop Up’ as our way of giving thanks for our valued customers,” said George Wilkins, vice president of operations, Circle K West Coast business unit.
Yesway announced a Black Friday deal available exclusively through the c-store’s online shop. Fans of the Allsup’s World Famous Burritos and Chimichangas can enjoy discounts by using coupon codes BLACK-FRIDAY-10 on their next order of Allsup's World Famous Burritos and coupon code BLACK-FRIDAY-20 for Allsup's Chimichangas.
"We are excited to bring this incredible deal to our customers as part of our 50th Anniversary celebration of the Allsup's World Famous Burrito," said Yesway chief marketing officer Derek Gaskins. "These iconic offerings have been a staple for many, and we want to express our gratitude to our loyal customers by offering an exclusive discount during this year's Black Friday and Cyber Monday festivities."
GetGo convenience stores also announced Thanksgiving and Black Friday deals. At GetGo, all day on November 24, all grades of fuel—including diesel—will be one dollar off the posted per gallon price when paying with myPerks Pay Direct, AdvantagePay or the new myPerks Pay Rewards Visa credit card.
Additionally, myPerks Pay and AdvantagePay members will receive discounts of five to 30 cents per gallon every day.