Sheetz has lowered its price of Unleaded 88 gasoline to $1.99 per gallon during Thanksgiving week.

“The major mid-Atlantic gas station, restaurant and convenience chain with more than 700 locations is reducing the price of its Unleaded 88 gas to $1.99 per gallon this Thanksgiving week, now through Monday, November 27 at 11:59 p.m. ET,” USA Today reports.

The Sheetz promotion will run at locations in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Virginia, and North Carolina.

Per USA Today:

Unleaded 88, a fuel blend also known as E15, is 15% ethanol and 85% gasoline, approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for use in all 2001 and newer vehicles.

The $1.99 price offers more than $1 in savings per gallon for many shoppers. The national average for unleaded is $3.274 per gallon, according to Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy, who posted Monday morning on X, formerly known as Twitter.

How can I get the Sheetz Thanksgiving week gasoline deal?

Customers can get the $1.99 per gallon price on Unleaded 88 gasoline at 422 of the Sheetz locations that carry this fuel grade in Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.

Sheetz has ran prior gasoline promotions during major holidays.

Earlier this year, Sheetz offered gasoline for $1.776 per gallon on certain blends to celebrate the Fourth of July.

From The Hill:

Sheetz stores are looking to celebrate Independence Day by lowering the price of nearly all their gasoline blends in honor of the year 1776 — when the Declaration was first adopted in our country.

Previously, Sheetz has lowered gas on certain blends, but this Fourth of July, the price will be dropped to $1.776 per gallon on regular, E85 (flex fuel), unleaded 88, mid-grade and premium fuel grades. It will not apply to diesel fuel.

The limited-time promotion will only last for the Fourth of July beginning at 12:01 a.m. and will go all day, or while promotional gallons last, Sheetz said.

The price drop will happen at all 675+ Sheetz stores in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.

“Sheetz is a family owned and operated company and we are always looking for ways to assist the communities and customers that we serve,” Travis Sheetz, President and CEO of Sheetz, previously said.


According to The Hill, Sheetz dropped the price of gasoline for certain blends to $1.99 per gallon this past Thanksgiving.

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