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    Price Chopper's 'Fuel AdvantEdge' Program Expands

    Shoppers in Binghamton, Endicott and Owego, N.Y. are now able to receive discounted gas with food purchases.

    Price Chopper has extended its successful "Fuel AdvantEdge" program to three stores in Binghamton, Endicott, and Owego, N.Y., in partnership with 10 local Sunoco stations that discount gasoline as a reward for grocery store purchases.

    Fuel AdvantEdge is an ongoing, cumulative savings/reward program that gives consumers a 10-cent-per-gallon discount on gasoline purchases for every $50 of groceries purchased, 20 cents off per gallon for every $100 of groceries purchased, 30 cents off per gallon for every $150 of groceris purchased, and so on. Unlike other reward programs, consumers can amass their points/dollars spent across a 90-day time frame and cash in on their gasoline discount for up to 20 gallons at their convenience.

    "In Watertown and the central and lower Hudson Valley regions of New York; Keene, N.H.; Worcester, Mass.; Scranton/Wilkes Barre, Pa.; Utica/Rome, N.Y.; southern Vermont and New Hampshire; Oneonta, N.Y.; and the Hartford, Conn. area, where the program has been launched across the last two years, we have customers saving 50, 60 cents -- even a dollar or more per gallon -- through the Fuel AdvantEdge program," said Jeff Hassman, channel marketing manager at Philadelphia-based Sunoco.

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