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United Supermarkets offering fuel discounts through May 22

Provided by United Supermarkets

All United Supermarkets locations are providing a fuel discount with in-store purchases from March 28th through May 22nd.

To receive the discount, simply shop at any United Supermarket, Amigos, or Market Street location and spend between $49 and $150 in-store to receive a discount of up to $0.20 off each gallon of gas up to 25 gallons at any Texas United Express fuel station. Tobacco, fuel, and gift cards are not counted as in-store purchases for the promotion.

To redeem the voucher, simply show the discount code to the fuel station attendant before purchasing fuel or type in the code from the fuel pump. Voucher is valid for up to 14 days from the date on the receipt.

The discounts will be:

  • $49 - $69.99 spent on in-store purchases, you will receive $0.05 off per gallon.
  • $70 - $99.99 spent in-store will receive $0.10 off per gallon.
  • $100 - $149.99 spent in-store will receive $0.15 off per gallon.
  • $150 or more spent in-store will receive $0.20 off per gallon of fuel.

For more details or to find a location near you, please visit www.unitedsupermarkets.com.

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