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Sheetz Stores (PA, WV, OH, VA, NC): Unleaded 88 Gas Expired

$2 per gallon
(valid through 11/27)
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Sheetz Stores (link for reference only; store locator) have Unleaded 88 E15 Gasoline on sale for $1.99 per gallon valid through November 27.

Thanks to Community Member MrPobears for posting this deal.

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  • Offer valid at participating Sheetz stores in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Virginia & North Carolina.
  • Please refer to the forum thread for additional details & discussion. -StrawMan86
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Sheetz Thanksgiving 88 gas sale 1.99 going on from 11/20 - 11/27


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Last Edited by dirkomatic November 21, 2023 at 07:29 AM
Generally safe for all cars made after 2001 - see https://unl88.com/ for more info.

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It's not E88. It's 88 octane, or grade, numerically between 87 (pretty standard for Regular) and 89 octane.

Don't confuse 88 octane rating with E85. E85 is (up to) 85% ethanol, the rest gasoline. Typical unleaded gasoline is up to 10% ethanol, or E10. The key difference with 88 is that it's 15% ethanol. So, 88 octane is essentially E15, not E85.

So no, you don't need a Flex Fuel designated vehicle. You may want to check your manual to see the max ethanol content recommended, but it's only going from the 10% ethanol you already run, up to 15%, something many modern vehicles will have little issue with.
The wiki is wrong and this person seems to be downvoting anyone who disagrees. This is not 85 for flex fuel. 88 octane E15 is "considered safe" for models made 2001 and later. It's fine if you disagree with it but let's not act like your word is the authority. YOU DO NOT NEED A FLEX FUEL TO RUN THIS
Our Honda CR-V and Subaru Forester both say not to use E15 in the owner's manual.

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