The Great Gas Rollback: Save 10 cents per gallon at Walmart (sponsored)

I’m so excited about this announcement. Walmart recently announced their Great Gas Rollback deal. Walmarts and Murphy USA gas stations in select states across the country are offering 10 cents off EVERY gallon when one pays with either a Walmart Gift Card, Credit Card, or Money Card.

Of course, I had to try this deal out for myself before telling you guys all about it. And it’s really easy to do. First I went to my local Walmart and purchased a giftcard. And since this giftcard will be used solely for gas purchases, I opted to get the “gas card” looking Walmart Gift Card (read: because I thought it was cute). I was even able to add money to it at a self-checkout station, thanks to the cashier for showing me how to do this. Then I took my loaded gift card to the Murphy USA gas station which is located in the same area as my local Walmart. I got my gas and instantly saved 10 cents per gallon. So instead of paying $3.43 per gallon which was the regular price at the time, we only had to pay $3.33 per gallon. This tiny bit of savings makes me really happy.

The Great Gas Rollback is only being offered in select states, below are the participating states (not valid in all areas):
Arkansas, Georgia, Iowa, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia

I encourage you all to check out your local Walmart to see if they are participating in the Great Gas Rollback! But sadly this great offer won’t last for long, the Great Gas Rollback ends on September 30, 2011. According to Murphy USA’s blog the Great Gas Rollback promotion has been EXTENDED! *screams of excitement and happiness all around* The Gas Rollback will continue until December 24, 2011. I’m one happy lady!!!

Walmart momDisclosure: I am a Walmart Mom. This post is sponsored by Walmart. I have been compensated for my time and efforts in creating this post. As always my participation is voluntary and opinions are my own.

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